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Does OHS do an effective job of reporting the school’s goals and mission to students?

Ashley Ledbetter, Intern

April 3, 2017

Filed under OHS, Opinion, Student Life

Oxnard High School has provided the yellow-jacket spirit and pride since it was established in 1901. Oxnard High School’s vision statement ‘is committed to high standards of academic excellence and personal behavior, and bel...

Feel What Bern?

April Perez, Reporter

January 26, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Bernie Sanders ran for the Democratic Party as a candidate in the primary elections. After the votes were in earlier this year, many young student voters were disappointed. Those young voters and supporters had no other option...

Ten Reasons to Vote for Donald Trump

Andrew Kelley

January 26, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Fixing the Economy As the Bureau of Labour Statistics reports, our Labor Force participation rate is at a staggering 68%, meaning that almost 3/10ths of Americans are not working. This is the lowest it has been since 1978.  Trump ...

Give It a Shot

Leslie Espinosa, Quality Control Manager

January 26, 2017

Filed under Community, Opinion

“[My father] believes that men were made for women and women were made for men,” said Oxnard High School student Janice Rodriguez*. Even though it is 2016 and the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Queer (LGBTQ) community is...

Reaction to Trump

Adrian Clark, Reproters

January 26, 2017

Filed under News, OHS, Opinion

The outcome results of the Presidential elected were shocking. Americans were outraged, and in disbelief, while others were astonished and eager for the new President to take office. Donald Trump's campaign has entertained thousands...


April Perez and Ilse Ramirez

October 12, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Some students may have one subject they are not proficient at or that they may, very simply, dislike. Whether it is symptomatic of a distaste for writing and reading or, whether it is  because slope intercept form just not of interest to t...

Ten-Minute Rule

Mark Salupen, Reporter

April 26, 2016

Filed under Opinion, Student Life, Uncategorized

“With this new rule, I feel like my time is getting restricted. I get limited free time for myself to go to the restroom or relieve stress,” said Tori Ball, an Oxnard High School freshman, discussing the time restraints due to the ...

Public Schools vs Private Schools

Cienna Saucedo, Reporter

April 19, 2016

Filed under Opinion, Student Life

The debate between whether a student receives the best education and skills to prosper later in life at a public or private school has been a frequent discussion throughout the years. Many different personal preferences are relate...

The Iconic Vinyl Coming Back to Life

Andrew Smith and Yesenia Monje

April 9, 2015

Filed under Entertainment, Opinion

Many people have different theories on how or why the vinyl record players are reviving its trend. For example, in a New York Times article about vinyls making a comeback, Michael Fremer said, “About a dozen pressing plants...

Once Upon a Relationship

Tatyana Sharpe and Janine Tadiaman

February 17, 2015

Filed under Entertainment, Opinion, Student Life

“Sometimes the best preparation [for Valentine’s Day] is to wait quietly, letting things unfold in their own way.” said Arthur Dobrin in his article “Planning Ahead,” published on the website, “Psychology Today.” Valentine’s...

Hello, Hola, Bonjour

Stephanie Chavez, Editor-in-Chief

February 17, 2015

Filed under Community, News, Opinion

For those students who can speak a language other than English, the Seal of Biliteracy, is a recognition worth obtaining. “The State Seal of Biliteracy is an award granted to high school seniors upon graduation, certifying...