Trotro a no-show
Trotro a no-show
Calvin Roe, Editor-in-Chief • May 4, 2022

French movie posters hang all across the walls. Curious Pez dispensers line up across three sides of the classroom. And with one glance to the...

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Oversharing is not caring
Luke Gilfillan, Managing Editor • May 4, 2022

In an incredibly long post on a local Facebook parenting group with thousands of members, a mother lamented about how “odd” her child was....

Phone usage in classroom sparks discussion
Max Friedman, Friedman • May 4, 2022

As early as elementary school, phone usage in classrooms has become a common debate between students and teachers. They have become a vital and...

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Boys runners on track for success
Jimmy Lynch, Staffer • April 29, 2022

As February rolled into March and March into April, people all around the Midwest were chomping at the bit for some nice weather to get outside. The...

Girls water polo enjoys success
April 29, 2022

Aquatic sports at OPRF have been on fire in recent years, and girls water polo is no exception. “Our No. 1 goal is always to have fun while...

Baseball team has mediocre start to season
April 29, 2022

The OPRF boys baseball team is off to a mediocre 8-8 start, but they do have multiple notable victories. The team has had a lot of game cancellations...

Hardys office by the second floor balcony
Hardy steps down as equity director
Greta Kirby, Staffer • April 29, 2022

After one year in the position, Patrick Hardy is stepping down as OPRF director of equity and student success. Hardy is the second person to step down from this position in the three years since the position’s inception. The first person to hold this position was LeVar Ammons. The position was created in 2019 to help administer OPRF Board of Education policy 7:12, which was created to hold the district...

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Paws for a cause: therapy dogs at OPRF
Paws for a cause: therapy dogs at OPRF
Isabel Richmond and Greta Kirby April 29, 2022

In an effort to help students de-stress before finals, OPRF’s Healthy Youth Peer Educators (HYPE) brought emotional support dogs to the OPRF...

News in brief: HuskiePalooza cancelled, police chief retires, and COVID spike
Jackson Hassler, News Editor • April 29, 2022

HuskiePalooza cancelled Annual dodgeball tournament HuskiePalooza was canceled this year due to shortages of teams signing up. The event...

OPRF holds career fair
Cora Gardner, Staffer • April 29, 2022

On April 14, the “My Future My Pathway” event kicked off at OPRF. This event included a job and internship fair, where businesses around...

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Foreign war hits home
Gabe Kedziora, Managing Editor • May 13, 2022

While I was getting ready for another busy weekend filled with homework, my family was preparing for a potential war with Russia igniting in...