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History buffs bridge minority gap with new course offering

Camille Grant, Staffer

September 27, 2019

For the past six months, senior Josh Ogunsaya has been rallying for an honors African-American history class. Ogunsaya, a varsity wrestler and history buff, said unfortunately he has grown accustomed to being one of only a han...

History buffs bridge minority gap with new course offering

Camille Grant, Staffer

September 26, 2019

For the past six months, senior Josh Ogunsaya has been rallying for an honors African-American history class. Ogunsaya, a varsity wrestler and history buff, said unfortunately he has grown accustomed to being one of the handful of ...

From corps to classroom

Luke Clancy, Contributor

September 26, 2019

Unlike most 22-year-olds, OPRF teacher Ryan Pudela was not enjoying his life in college. He was teaching Japanese soldiers how to fire 20,000 pound guns.  At the age of 10, Pudela began to think about joining the army. Whether i...

The summer of Clark

The summer of Clark

September 30, 2017

New Student Activities Director takes the lead

Leah Kindler, A&E Editor

September 30, 2017

It’s Aug. 22, Huskie Kickoff Day. Freshmen are anxiously lining up outside the main entrance. Parents are lingering behind them with cameras and younger siblings. Suddenly, a swarm of upperclassmen in blue shirts burst through ...

Dr Carlson: librarian extraordinaire

Sara Bey, Staffer

May 16, 2017

While attending Florida State University in the early ‘70s, OPRF librarian Ann Carlson took a job as a student worker at the school library. Reading has always been a love of hers, so it made sense this was her college job....

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