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A history of the competitive Super Smash Bros. community

A history of the competitive Super Smash Bros. community

Drew Hubble, Staff Reporter

March 8, 2019

On December 7, “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate” was released for the Nintendo Switch. This long-awaited title is the 5th installment of the series, and in response, the Smash community is thriving. However, it was not always such a popular scene. The series made its debut in 1999, when “Super Smash...

Movies are banal: here are some reviews

Movies are banal: here are some reviews

Anna Alegi, Staff Reporter

March 6, 2019

Movies are what I like to call dumb. What part of sitting down and watching one thing for two hours or more is appealing to anyone? I've learned from experience that people hate watching things with me because they either get stressed because I'm walking around doing things, or because I talk and add...

“Bird Box”, AirPods, and more: new trends for the new year

“Bird Box”, AirPods, and more: new trends for the new year

Jack Moreland, Associate Editor

March 6, 2019

Since the last week of December, the internet has been cranking out some brand-new memes and crazes, from blindfolded challenges, wireless earbuds and maybe even unusual candle scents. Two months into 2019, we can take a breath and reflect on these trends and make some predictions for others on the way. The...

Your guide to Greater Lansing area’s seasonal holiday events

Abigail Bradley, Staff Reporter

December 3, 2018

The Lansing area has various holiday activities and festivals to offer during the month of December. From magical light shows to ice skating, there are numerous things to do during the holiday season. Boost your holiday spirit by attending these events. The Potter Park Zoo has prepared a Wonderland...

Top 10 anime that you secretly need to watch

Top 10 anime that you secretly need to watch

Megan Wiseman, Web Editor

December 3, 2018

I watch too much anime. This realization has led me to also think about what I want my legacy to be in this paper, to which the obvious answer came in the form of an anime column. I am well aware that many people want to say something about this, but let me just say that anyone who tries to clown me...

Annual Lamafest at MSU provides a weekend of fun for all ages

Annual Lamafest at MSU provides a weekend of fun for all ages

Jack Moreland, Associate Editor

September 13, 2018

Lamafest is a popular llama show and competition that brings in many of these gentle mammals and their owners from around Michigan and the entire midwest. It took place at the MSU Pavilion August 31 through September 2. “We got a large group from Indiana, Ohio [and] somebody from Wisconsin,” Don...

Multiple mice wreak havoc on the Newsroom

Multiple mice wreak havoc on the Newsroom

Sophie Parks, Editor in Chief

June 8, 2018

Over the past three days, I have been on two mouse hunts. This may be due to the nature of my fifth hour, which, after the seniors’ depart, contains Katie Burkhardt (11), Ayesha Panda (11) and myself. Naturally, we were ready for an adventure. The mice had found their way into the comm lab, a room near and ...

Gennady Golovkin defends his belt

Gennady Golovkin defends his belt

Brandon Gordon, Staff Reporter

May 16, 2018

Professional boxer, Gennady Gennadyevich Golovkin, faced off against Vanes Martirosyan in a middleweight championship bout last weekend. Golovkin, the world champion, wasted little time dropping Martirosyan in the second round with a violent combination, improving his record to 38-0-1. Golovkin was initia...

Stan Van Gundy leaves the Pistons

Stan Van Gundy leaves the Pistons

G Sambaer, Sports Editor

May 15, 2018

After four years, Stan Van Gundy has been relieved of his duties as the head coach and president of basketball operations for the Detroit Pistons. Van Gundy compiled a 152-176 record throughout his time in Detroit. In 2016, he lead the Pistons to their first playoff appearance since 2009, but made a quick ex...

Review of new Detroit Lions draft

Review of new Detroit Lions draft

Ewan Woolcock, Staff Reporter

May 15, 2018

With the end of April came the end of the 2018 NFL Draft. The Detroit Lions brought in six picks overall with mixed reviews. The selections for the Lions are as follows: 1st Round: C Frank Ragnow (Arkansas) 2nd Round: RB Kerryon Johnson (Auburn) 3rd Round: DB Tracy Walker (Louisiana-Lafayette) 4th Round...

A look at 2018-2019 Journalism

A look at 2018-2019 Journalism

Amaeka Effiong, Editor in Chief

May 11, 2018

Next year the OHS Press will receive the blessing of a fresh batch of editors who are dedicated to making the paper exciting and successful. The new Editors in Chief will be Sophie Alegi (11), Sophie Parks (11) and me, Amaeka Effiong (11). As one of the editors, I felt it necessary to clear the air ...

Users upset over new Snapchat format

Users upset over new Snapchat format

Brandon Gordon, Staff Reporter

March 13, 2018

In the past month Snapchat, the popular messaging app for teens, completely redesigned the format of their app. Many users have expressed outrage over the new, clunky design. Rachel Cohn, an avid Snapchat user over the years, hates it. “It makes me not want to go on Snapchat anymore. The s...

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