November Horoscopes

Jane Houseal

November 22, 2019

Aquarius: Jan. 21 - Feb. 19 There are a lot of wonderful things coming your way, Aqua! Venus moves through Sagittarius from November 1-25 which puts you in a festive, confident mood for the beginning of the holiday season. Your s...

Training disability into possibility

Calvin Roe, Staffer

November 22, 2019

After decades of service in the Oak Park community, Therese Brennock has been awarded the 2019 Thonar Award by the Rush University Medical Center. The award, beginning in 1991, has been annually given to someone who has “tra...

Tips to have a sustainable Thanksgiving

Camille Grant, Staffer

November 22, 2019

Thanksgiving deserves the title of America’s strangest holiday. To celebrate our gratitude, we turn to gluttony — eating in excess to remember the cold, hungry, deadly winters in early America.  Still, the tradition has been imbued with meaning...

OPRF’s Colamussi appointed to governor’s task force

Sophia Desai, Staffer

October 31, 2019

As Ginger Colamussi and District 97 parent Mika Yamamoto drove into the city to the ACLU office, they discussed their excitement about meeting other members of the Illinois Gender Equity task force. “We were a little nervous...

District announces curriculum restructuring

Camille Grant, Staffer

October 31, 2019

In late August, the district released plans to restructure the freshmen curriculum. Freshmen class offerings, with the exception of math, will no longer offer an honors options. This change will be implemented in 2022 school year...

Students show their school spirit

Aidan Koch, News/Tech Editor

October 31, 2019

As students walk the halls the Monday before Homecoming, one can’t help but notice the matching Hawaiian-themed clothes. It’s officially spirit week. Each day, students are sent an email with a link to remind them to vote...

Girls swim team fights water crisis

Jack Duffy, Contributor

September 26, 2019

 On Aug. 30, the OPRF girls swim team held a swim-a-thon to raise money for a water well to be installed in an impoverished community in Swaziland.  The swim team partnered with the Thirst Project, an organization dedicated to bringing cl...

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