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Riding off into the sunset: Seniors still manage to go out with a bang

James Maloney

May 28, 2020

This is a truly historic year, there's no doubt about that. The stories that current seniors share in their futures will truly be worth a listen. They have had an experience that not many individuals have had. The shock of schools ...

The Roaring Class of 2020

Macy Ghilardi

May 28, 2020

  Oakmont Senior Macy Ghilardi poses in her graduation cap and gown after receiving them from the school amid the coronavirus pandemic on May 14, 2020. Photo by Paige Jarvis We were born into the tragedy that was September ...

10 New Ways to Cure Your Quarantine Boredom

Lindsay Romano

May 26, 2020

As we approach the two month mark of quarantine, it is undeniable that avoiding boredom while stuck at home has been incredibly difficult. Although Massachusetts is now beginning its plan to reopen, this process will take time...

Beto O’Rourke Speaks to Student Journalists

James Maloney

May 1, 2020

Former Representative and former 2020 presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke was able to have a remote discussion with student journalists about current issues and what it means to be a politician. I was fortunate enough to be on...

Senior Tribute

April 23, 2020

Click the link to watch an amazing video that captured the seniors favorite moments! Credits to Emma Simkewicz https://twitter.com/OakmontRegional/status/1253293116997730304

Oakmont in (virtual) harmony

Lindsay Romano

April 22, 2020

Every year, clubs across the school unite to organize Oakmont’s Harmony Week full of positivity, motivation, and inclusion. Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 Harmony Week was in jeopardy. However, quarantine can’t sto...

Covid-19 Student Input

April 21, 2020

Covid-19 Student Input “I feel like we have time to find ourselves” - Tia cormier  “I HATE IT!!!!”- Alana Barrett  “Good time to self reflect”- Lindsey Lafrance  “The pandemic made me remember to value the things I ha...

COVID-19: The Impact on the Music World

James Maloney

April 15, 2020

With many Americans having to spend their days working from home, many musicians have been forced to postpone and even cancel their tours and concerts. With circumstances like these, music people from all over the country have ...

Valentine’s Day: Love it or Leave it

Alyssa Dalbon, Author

January 28, 2020

One of the most controversial holidays is either looked forward to or dreaded. It’s the holiday of chocolate roses and heart shaped beds: Valentine’s Day. When Valentine's day is around the corner, couples go to the store...

Iran’s Revenge Factor

Nick Nano, Author

January 13, 2020

As the New Year came around, it comes the time for people to begin their New Year’s resolutions, which includes losing weight, fixing sleep schedules, or even travelling different places. In the midst of the attempts to regain...

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