Reflections on the 2018 Midterms

ETHAN BOGGS The 2018 U.S. midterms took place on November 6th of this year. They were held in the middle of President Donald Trump's first term, with 35 of the 100 Senate seats and all 435 of the seats in the House of Representatives up for election. The United States has two major national elections—the... Continue Reading →

Punctuation, Papers and Politics

Photo from Visit Corvallis. Mrs. Ellis Runs For City Council BRIAN CEBRA Mrs. Charlyn Ellis, who teaches Honors and Regular American Lit, English Skills II, and Honors Intro to Lit; is running unopposed on November 8th for Ward 5’s representative to the Corvallis City Council. Ward 5 extends from the north edge of OSU to Grant... Continue Reading →

Choosing the Next Sophomore Class Presidents

GENEVA WOLFE 5/12/2016 As this school year comes to an end, Corvallis High freshmen are faced with the task of choosing their sophomore class presidents for next year. The class of 2019 has two outstanding pairs, Kari Gottfried and Anna Kern; and Caspian Larkins and Alex Nelson. Caspian and Alex were the Freshman Class Presidents... Continue Reading →

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