Friendsgiving

GRACE KNUTSEN Thanksgiving – it’s not just a five day weekend for students at Corvallis High School (although that’s exciting, right?). More generally, Thanksgiving is a holiday of tradition involving a gathering of relatives, a mass amount of delicious, home-cooked food (as well as pies and desserts), travel, afternoon football games on television, and yes,... Continue Reading →

A Letter to the President

JOURNEY LIPSCOMB To President Donald Trump and residents of the United States— It was November 8, 2016. The eyes of millions of American citizens were glued to their television screens as they watched the polls clock in, determining the next US President. Democrats across the nation began to lose hope as state after state was... Continue Reading →

Football Game 9/15

The Spartans lost 3-13 against South Albany. Come see them next week at Crescent Valley for the annual rivalry game! Photo & video in post.

The Ten Spartan Commandments

JACOB BRANT   Number one, don’t flaunt your daddy’s wealth, it’s really not good for your social health. Number two, realize it takes just as much time for cheating as it does for you to do a little studying. Number three, know who your real friends are, for this, I suggest a high bar. Number... Continue Reading →

Things to Do in Corvallis

KARI GOTTFRIED It’s a sunny Saturday in September, and you want to hang out with friends. But what do you do? Walk around downtown...again? See an overpriced movie? Just lie around at home, hoping to think of something fun - and inexpensive - to do? Wait no more, because this is a list of some... Continue Reading →

We Are Sparta

GRACE KNUTSEN We are the Spartans. It’s easy to say, but have you ever wondered why the founders of Corvallis High School decided to choose an ancient Greek warrior as our school mascot? After some lengthy research on the Spartans and the qualities and beliefs of their culture, I can see why the Spartans are... Continue Reading →

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