Tacovore Comes To Corvallis

KARI GOTTFRIED Tacovore, which has its first location in Eugene, opened late last year to overall positive reviews from Corvallis residents, especially those who appreciate the restaurant’s location in the Timberhill Shopping Center. Tacovore (a play on food-lover words like omnivore and carnivore) is known for its tacos, of course, which are made to order... Continue Reading →

Diogenes: Repressive Tolerance

Diogenes was a Greek philosopher and one of the founders of Cynic philosophy. He believed that virtue was better revealed in action rather than theory. He used his voice to criticize the social values and institutions of what he saw as a society whose values had regressed. The character of Diogenes will be used in... Continue Reading →

AP Tips

KARI GOTTFRIED As Charles Dickens opened his novel, A Tale of Two Cities, “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…” For many upperclassmen, May embodies this quote, for prom and AP tests go hand in hand. The first week of May is the calm before the storm, but the two... Continue Reading →

Mr./Ms. Spartan 2018: The Contestants

KARI GOTTFRIED   It’s seven months of non-stop action. It’s over a hundred thousand dollars for five local charities. For some, it’s the pinnacle of their high school experience. What is it? The Mr./Ms. Spartan program. For the next few months, the High-O-Scope will be providing you with the inside scoop on this year’s Mr./Ms.... Continue Reading →

Mr. / Ms. Spartan 2018: The Charities

KARI GOTTFRIED It’s seven months of non-stop action. It’s over a hundred thousand dollars for five local charities. For some, it’s the pinnacle of their high school experience. What is it? The Mr./Ms. Spartan program. For the next few months, the High-O-Scope will be providing you with the inside scoop on this year’s Mr./Ms. Spartan... Continue Reading →

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