The Oracle

Sports serve as source of fun, fitness for staff


December 8, 2017

Filed under Sports, Uncategorized

by: Sohini Ashoke Chemistry teacher Heather Mellows views swimming as a pastime that reaps various mental and physical benefits. Better yet, Mellows swims as a method to get substantial exercise and to relax and take a break ...

Unconventional Sports: Archery


November 9, 2017

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Written By Ryan Manesh Archery is a sport that requires dedication, skill, patience and consistent effort. Sophomore Thomas Rowe has been shooting for seven years and loves everything about the sport. Rowe has spent a lot of time o...

Are the advantages of super teams fair game in the NBA?-Yes


November 9, 2017

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Written by Eric Epstein For the 2017-18 NBA season, many superstar basketball players joined forces to create team rosters chock-full of ridiculous talent and stardom, dubbed “super teams.” This phenomenon has likely spr...

Athlete of the Month Q&A: Senior Joyce Shea, runner


October 13, 2017

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Compiled by Chelsie Park The Oracle: What inspired you to start running? Joyce Shea: I started in sixth grade because I had bad allergies and my dad made me go running. But I grew to eventually like it, and I began running wit...

Should athletes be exempt from physical education? (Pro)


September 15, 2017

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Written by Grace Tramack Exercising over six hours per day sounds insane, and it is even more ridiculous that this is a reality for some students. Currently, to meet the requirements of an Independent Study (a self directed c...

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