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December Horoscopes

Jane Houseal, Contributor

December 13, 2019

Capricorn Dec. 22-Jan. 19 Not only does Capricorn season starts this month, but on the 2nd Jupiter enters your sign! This cycle brings you joy throughout the month. It causes anything in your life that has the capacity to gr...

“Girl in Translation” illuminates life in sweatshops

Anna Russell, Contributor

December 13, 2019

This summer, I laid down on the pavement, warm from the noon sun, to read my Summer Read book, Jean Kwok’s “Girl in Translation.” I didn’t rise until the light began to fade, completed book in hand.  I was drawn in not just by the magnetic char...

“Cinder”: a sci-fi take on “Cinderella”

Aidan Koch, News/Tech Editor

December 13, 2019

Fairy tale retellings have been prevalent in literature since their original conception. Famous works like ‘Cinderella”, “Princess and the Frog”, and “Hansel and Gretel” are all classic examples of fairy tales done time...

A whimsical film tackling a difficult subject: “Jojo Rabbit”

Vaughn Clissold, Staffer

November 22, 2019

Taika Watiti’s “Jojo Rabbit” is a surprisingly beautiful and heartfelt movie about a German boy growing up during World War Two. The boy, Jojo, played by Roman Griffin Davis, has to break away from the ideas that Nazi propoganda...

“Jesus is King” Kanye’s tribute to God

Sophia Desia, Staffer

November 22, 2019

Recently Kanye West has become very prevalent in media, with his MAGA-hat-wearing support of President Trump and statements that run along the lines of blaming black people for slavery. On Oct. 25 he released an album all about...

Off the Map studio 200

Libby Eggert, Staffer

November 22, 2019

Surrounded by audience members, wife Arlene Groden, portrayed by Eleanor Babwin, bangs angrily against the doors, her screams echoing throughout Studio 200.  It’s the first time anyone has talked louder than voice level ...

The journey of NaNoWriMo

November 22, 2019

Rocking out at the Huskie Music Fest

Josh Hedrich, Staffer

November 1, 2019

On  Oct. 15, a silent crowd listened as the Wind Ensemble performed Complex 2030. This was the scene in the East Gym at the Huskie Music fest, a fundraiser in which the OPRF band, orchestra, and choir program performed. The ...

Idioglossia: An adventure in music

Delaunay Krauter, A&E Editor

November 1, 2019

The sun rises and the alarm on your phone nags at your still half asleep brain as if it were screaming, “Come on now, you know what time it is!” You pick your head up from your drool stained pillow and rub the sleep from y...

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