This Isn’t High School Musical

JOURNEY LIPSCOMB In the last half century, a vast range of iconic high school movies and TV shows have risen to fame. From Footloose to Riverdale, high school tends to be dramatized on the silver screen-- but is there a fictional school similar to Corvallis High? As much as I’d love to say that CHS... Continue Reading →

Controversy at the US Open

JOURNEY LIPSCOMB “Code violation: verbal abuse. Game penalty, Ms. Williams.” A bold call made by the renowned umpire Carlos Ramos in the US Open championship has sparked a controversy among the tennis world. Serena Williams, who some dub the greatest athlete of all time, faced Naomi Osaka, a 20 year old up-and-comer looking to be... Continue Reading →

CHS Introduces Chromebooks

JOURNEY LIPSCOMB A new school year means new technology, and the talk on campus is of Chromebooks. Chances are you have heard rumors about the Chromebook carts, or caught a glimpse of a student typing away on one of the new devices. The question you are most likely asking is, why did the school choose... Continue Reading →

Tee Time

JOURNEY LIPSCOMB If you’re like most people, you click past the golf channels on TV without a second thought. Maybe you’ve hit the mini-golf course with your friends for a casual round of putt-putt. However, those who truly take the time to connect with the sport, including the 12 players on Corvallis High’s own golf... Continue Reading →

Meet Fife, the Spartan Killer Whale

JOURNEY LIPSCOMB Killer whales (orcinus orca) play a vital role in the oceans as one of earth’s top marine predators. Also one of the most social animals in the world, the intelligent whales travel in pods and communicate through underwater sounds. However, as a result of human-borne factors including pollution, live capture for aquariums and... Continue Reading →

April Showers

JOURNEY LIPSCOMB Let’s not beat around the bush-- April sucks. Everything about the month of April is like a constant downhill spiral which demolishes every last inch of your sanity. Even author T.S. Elliot once wrote “April is the cruelest month”. What exactly did he mean by that? You tell me. For students at Corvallis... Continue Reading →

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