Empowering Songs Sometimes you need one of those songs that make that pile of homework look slightly less daunting. These five great Broadway songs are perfect for when you want to feel unbeatable and empowered. 1. “Defying Gravity” – Wicked… Read More ›
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Dr. John Howarter is a Materials Engineering and Environmental and Ecology Engineering Instructor at Purdue University’s School of Engineering. Before working at Purdue, he worked the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). You can find further information about research… Read More ›
There’s a lot to say about OK Go: they’re exciting, fun, and most importantly, the leaders in a new movement in the music industry. With three official albums published (two with Capitol Records and their most recent published independently), this… Read More ›
Gigi Pendergrass is 13 years old and an eight-grade student at OHS. She volunteers every Sunday at her local church in Charlotte, NC, and works through her brick-and-mortar school to provide service for a “poverty stricken school (JH GUNN).” She… Read More ›
The Community Service Showcases are presented to you by the Student Service Board in conjunction with the “!” Staff. If you would like to be interviewed for your volunteer work, please contact Roma Forest at firstname.lastname@example.org. 1. Grade? Age? Hobbies?… Read More ›
1/17/2014 Zach Shuster (Junior Class President) and Caroline Korndorffer (Senior Class President) On Friday morning, we had our first Student Government meeting of the second semester, complete with no slides due to the looming Senioritis that seems to be gradually… Read More ›