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Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Isabel Lobo, Reporter

November 5, 2018

Filed under News

What happened to Columbus Day? Cities across America have abandoned Columbus Day in support of Indigenous Peoples' Day which honors the Native Americans who lived during the years of Christopher Columbus.   Critics ...

Please Kneel for the National Anthem

Joseph Lopez, reporter

November 5, 2018

Filed under News

Header: Please “Kneel” for the National Anthem Subheader: OHS Staff Express Their Feelings On Our First Amendment September 10, 2018 Writer: Joseph Lopez   Our moral compass will decide rather we see a a...

KavaNAH

Teresa Roblero, Editor-In-Chief

November 5, 2018

Filed under News, Opinion

As of October 5, 2018, Brett Kavanaugh becoming the newest member of the Supreme Court has made him a catalyst of division among many groups of people in America. After being nominated by President Donald Trump he has been accuse...

Knowledge is Power

Knowledge is Power

April 3, 2017

The Life Changing Price Change

Maria Almaraz, Reporter

March 28, 2017

Filed under News, OHS, Student Life

It is almost Advanced Placement test taking time but before taking the test, it has to be paid for. Recently there has been a change in pricing for AP testing. It now changes based on how many tests are being taken. Before it use...

Chinese New Year

Leonela Joaquin and Pablo Paredes, Reporters

March 27, 2017

Filed under Community, Entertainment, News, OHS

In Ireland, good luck is signified by the color green. In China, red is the lucky color. One of the truly great traditions of Chinese New Year is the red envelope. The red envelope is given for any social events and family...

The History of Christmas

Leonela Joaquin, Reporter

January 26, 2017

Filed under Community, News, OHS, Student Life

Christmas in the United States was not always seen as a holiday. On June 26. 1870 December 25 was declared to be a federal holiday. According to historytoday.com, Christmas was introduced into the U.S. to promote the idea of ...

AVID vs. non-AVID senior applications

Pablo Paredes, Reporter

January 26, 2017

Filed under News, OHS, Student Life

As the waited year of high school has finally come for high school students, juniors rejoice as fresh seniors, but there is one more thing students have to overcome: college applications. Starting this past Thanksgiving break, ...

A Weight on the Chest

Leslie Espinosa, Quality Control Manager

January 26, 2017

Filed under Community, News, OHS

“My grandma had breast cancer. Thankfully, I didn’t lose her,” said Oxnard High School senior Robby Gutierrez. The news of a relative being diagnosed with breast cancer is a reality many families and individuals face. Accordin...

Differences Between Democrats and Republicans

Ashley Ledbetter, Intern

January 26, 2017

Filed under News

    With the presidential election coming up on November 8th, the Democratic and Republican candidates have been in a close race, according to realclearpolitics.com latest polls. Over the years, Democrats and ...

Reasons to Take AP Classes

Pablo Paredes, Reporter

January 26, 2017

Filed under News, OHS, Student Life

“Every May students nationwide take Advanced Placement (AP) exams in what is widely viewed as a big step toward enhancing the chances of being admitted to a top-ranked college,” said Stanford University Graduate School of ...

What If a Teacher Was the Mayor of Oxnard?

Adrian Clark, Reporter

January 26, 2017

Filed under News, OHS, Student Life

What if a teacher was the mayor of Oxnard? Being a mayor of any city is not an easy job. A mayor’s responsibility is to preside at city council meetings, act as a head of the city for certain ceremonies, and overall just b...

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