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Written By: Annie Tran, Catalina Zhao, Lydia Zhang, Misheel Enkhbat, Mitch Donat, Rebecca Alger, Wonhee Park, Yan Jia, Yilin Liang Photos by: Wendy Qiu Allison Doerpinghaus Volleyball Senior Allison Doerpinghaus committed to Eastern Washington University (EWU) for volleyball last April, after turning down offers from University of Portland and South Dakota University. “Of course getting [...]
The Boy Scouts of America organization is most commonly associated with the outdoors and building character through community service and learning.
College interviews. The very mention of this process provokes fear and apprehension in the best and most confident of college candidates. The thought of presenting oneself to an alumnus and being evaluated in return seems ominous, but still, the interview process does not merit the stress that applicants often place on it.
“Let the good times roll!” During Mardi Gras, one will often hear this expression yelled by merry party-goers. French for “Fat Tuesday,” Mardi Gras describes the Carnival celebrations that occur around the Christian holiday, Lent.
Each year, the California Band Director’s Association (CBDA) holds auditions for the All-State Honor Orchestra and Bands. Students vie for a spot in these musical groups and travel to perform at the CBDA’s annual convention in Fresno on Feb. 16 to 19.
Don’t let the name fool you. A new fixture on University Ave., Paris Baguette may evoke images of quaint, slightly broken-down Parisian cafes, but this brightly lit Asian fusion bakery conforms to the modern, high-tech aesthetic of its regular customers. Part of a large chain of bakeries that first began in Korea, Paris Baguette currently has 15 stores open in the United States, the majority of which are located in California. The University Ave. location offers both indoor and outdoor seating, as well as free Wifi for customers.
Unlike the typical high school students, seniors Ami Pienknagura, Ty Mayer and Ethan Hausser are able to structure their school hours based on whatever they think is best.
The treadmill and stationary bike were invented for people who were inconvenienced by urban life and poor weather. Now, for those who want to use the machines and get some attention around the neighborhood, there is the Treadmill Bike.
The Oracle staffers and teachers create their own solutions to a global problem of their choice.
You know it’s award season when the red carpets are rolled out, people are glued to their televisions on a Sunday night and your Yahoo! newsfeed is packed with stories about who is wearing what. But what is this attraction to award shows such as the Emmys, the Grammys and the Academy Awards? But why are they so great? Are they worth the exorbitant costs?