Month: September 2013

Arabian Nightmare.

The views expressed in this op-ed do not necessarily reflect those of the “!” Student Newspaper. Since the chemical attacks at Ghouta, outside Damascus, on August 21st, the world has been divided as to how to respond. With Britain’s attempt… Read More ›

Where On Earth?

By: JoAnn Tinker Photo Credits: JoAnn Tinker Summer session brings kids running from all around the world, attracted by the opportunity to meet their teachers in person, take cool courses, and hang out with classmates.  Students from Australia, the UK,… Read More ›

Surviving Our School

By: Brendan McDonnell Being a student at our school presents challenges that many have never had to face before. Naturally, OHS carries with it many of the same expectations and formalities that a conventional private school would have, but with… Read More ›

Strange Tastes: R.E.M.

From the soft orchestral melodies of “Nightswimming” to the fast-paced dissonant sound of “Bad Day”, alternative rock band R.E.M. manages to capture a slice of their rich cultural roots in each song presented to their eager listeners.  Born in a… Read More ›