2017 Volleyball Recap

LILY MOSHER This year’s CHS Varsity volleyball team is killing it. Despite the fact that the roster only includes two seniors, the group managed to pull off many wins. Last year, there were seven seniors on the team that graduated. Ryann Gregg, a Sophomore, who has played on the varsity team since her Freshman year,... Continue Reading →

Conoce Tus Derechos Con Daca

EVELIA ZAPIEN RAMOS Por causa de la decisión de la administración del Presidente Trump, emociones y sentimientos sombríos y de rencor están presentes en varias personas. Primero y antes que todo, uno se necesita relajar. Fue una decisión asombrosa, y con ella carga bastante peso, pero no podemos actuar de manera congruente si uno no... Continue Reading →

2017 Boys Soccer Recap

    TAYLOR SILBERNAGEL Although often overlooked, the boys and girls soccer teams at Corvallis High School are some of the top groups of athletes both in the Mid-Willamette conference and 5A rankings. Both teams came into the 2017 season off of a strong finish in 2016. The seasons so far have had their ups... Continue Reading →

2017 Girls Soccer Recap

TAYLOR SILBERNAGEL Although often overlooked, the boys and girls soccer teams at Corvallis High School are some of the top groups of athletes both in the Mid-Willamette conference and 5A rankings. Both teams came into the 2017 season off of a strong finish in 2016—the girls especially ending with a fourth straight league championship. The... Continue Reading →

Not Enough Sleep

ETHAN BOGGS For many students across the nation, weekday mornings are often filled with a longing for just a few more minutes in bed and a dread for the day’s activities. We often chalk this up to just another part of teenage angst, but it may be caused by a growing epidemic of chronic sleep... Continue Reading →

NaNoWriMo 2017

ELENA IRISH Comic drawn by Natashia Tabattenon For most of us, November is a month of rain, comforting food, and occasional holiday-related chaos. But for a select group of people around the world, November means something completely different. A test of stamina, and time-management. An event otherwise known as...National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo. About... Continue Reading →

Corvallis Mural Project

GRACE KNUTSEN The creative spirit of Corvallis is alive and well, thanks to the Corvallis Mural Project, an ongoing public art project sponsored by the Downtown Corvallis Association and local businesses. The city center beautification project started in September 2016 with the goal of making art accessible to the public, is transforming empty city walls... Continue Reading →

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