The Argo’s Mess Desk Competition Results! The results for the Messy Desk Competition are in, and the winner is… Sam Boeschen! (2021) Honorable Mentions: Daisy Hilton (2021) Umar Ahmed Badami (2020) Thanks to everyone for participating!
OHS’s Travel Magazine
On the Periodic Law with Dr. Eric Scerri
Dr. Eric Scerri is a chemist and historian of science and a leading expert in the history of periodic table. He teaches at the University of California, Los Angeles. He has published a number of books and articles on this… Read More ›
The Argo Valentine’s Day Poetry Contest Results
Here are your winners from the Argo’s Valentine’s Day Poetry contest! Thanks to everyone for participating! Winner: Daisy Hilton “Unexpressed love” Though you are standing inches from my shoulder, I feel as though I would have to trek around… Read More ›
Mumbai: An Untethered Dragon
By Vedika Kanchan At first glance, Mumbai can best be described as an untethered dragon of chaos clawing out of its chains. However, delving into the city’s primary facet, it is this very dragon that subsides into an unruffled mascot… Read More ›
Pumpkin Carving Contest Winners!
Here are the winners from the Argo’s pumpkin carving contest! Thanks to everyone for participating!
Iceland: An OHS Student’s Experiences Abroad
By: Grace The Stanford OHS’s student body is not defined by where the students reside. Rather, it’s their ability to travel that gives rise to unique perspectives and experiences that make the school’s community truly dynamic. Joseph (2017), a full-time… Read More ›
Food Diaries–Paris Edition
By: Anonymous Good food in every city Being an OHS student allows you to be anywhere in the world and still take classes. Those of us who have had the privilege of visiting other countries know the feeling of experiencing… Read More ›
OHS Holiday Recipes
By: Roma (2015) The competition was fierce and all the food looked great—all your videos to the Argo OHS Holiday Recipe Video Competition made the judges’ stomachs grumble! As the Argo’s editor-in-chief, I am proud to announce the results for… Read More ›
A letter from Tuscany: The Paradise
Lorenzetti’s Allegory of Good Government—a fourteenth-century fresco in the Palazzo Pubblico in the city of Siena, Italy—is an endless source of inspiration for discussing politics, art, and philosophy of the early Italian Renaissance. Tangent to the traditional way of thinking… Read More ›
Halloween: My Simple and Special Holiday
By: Thomas Gosart If one were to look at how my family celebrates Halloween, one wouldn’t think it is anything special to us. We carve pumpkins, put up decorations, and dress up in costumes. My brother and I even did… Read More ›