National Mental Health Month

MALI GOTTFRIED It’s not unusual for teens to feel down in the dumps, especially in this day and age. Social, academic, and social expectations can create a strong feeling of hopelessness and disappointment in ourselves. Stress levels can skyrocket as we are faced with messages that constantly tell us to do better. Over the past... Continue Reading →

See The Voices

See The Voices is a student run platform with the goal of using multimedia to connect students and community members in order to encourage a more accepting and equal community not only at school, but within the town. On our website, you can read from or respond to a variety of anonymous forums. We... Continue Reading →

May Celebrations

ELENA IRISH In some countries, May is known as the month when the sun comes out, flowers start blooming, and summer begins to seem like more than a fleeting memory. Obviously that isn't always the case here in Corvallis, but there are plenty of other reasons to celebrate during the fifth month of 2018. School... Continue Reading →

Corvallis Lacrosse

TAYLOR SILBERNAGEL Lacrosse is the fastest growing sport in the United States, and its popularity is no exception here at Corvallis High School for many student athletes. Lacrosse is a unique combination of grace, teamwork, speed, agility, skill, and historical significance. Lacrosse began as teams of 100 to 1,000 people squaring off in a symbolic... Continue Reading →

The Shape of Water

FORREST IRVINE Guillermo Del Toro’s modern classic The Shape of Water is the most recent recipient of the Academy Award for Best Picture. This is a triumph for genre filmmaking, as only one other fantasy film, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, has won Best Picture in the past. This win... Continue Reading →

Mr. & Ms. Spartan – The Events

Emily: My event was pancake feed, it is a pancake buffet style breakfast that people but tickets to. It was Saturday January 13 from 7-11. To prepare We had to reach out to grocery stores to set up donation tables for the food supplies. We got tickets printed. We reached out to dutch brothers to... Continue Reading →

Science @ CHS: Cruelty Free Products

GRACE KNUTSEN This article, the second in a three part series centered on general consumer product awareness, briefly explores animal cruelty in cosmetics and the personal care industry, and discusses how to identify whether a product is accurately labeled “cruelty-free”. You may read the first article, titled “Parabens”, in the February 2018 edition of The... Continue Reading →


In Remembrance 17 victims. 17 minutes. On February 14th, 2:21 PM, students and staff of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School experienced hell on earth. Six minutes later, the lives of seventeen people had been brutally claimed, and the hearts of many more permanently scarred. Armed with a semi-automatic AR-15, 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz shot and killed... Continue Reading →

Spartan Success: Incredibles Director

  MALI GOTTFRIED You might have heard of the famous  director of Ratatouille and The Incredibles, Brad Bird, but did you know that he went to Corvallis High just like us? Life at CHS As a Spartan, he was very active, playing football in the fall, swimming in the winter, and playing tennis in the... Continue Reading →

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