The OHS Press

Student nationally recognized for Alzheimer’s research

Jessica Gallagher, Staff Reporter

March 4, 2015

Filed under Campus News, Outlook, Showcase

Scott MacGuidwin (12) became a semifinalist in the Intel Science Talent Search Competition. This achievement gives him national recognition for his research on Alzheimer’s disease and what causes it. “It’s a terrifying...

Harper Lee set to release sequel to To Kill a Mockingbird

Jason Greene, Staff Reporter

February 10, 2015

Filed under Outlook

Fans of To Kill a Mockingbird rejoice, Harper Lee is to release a sequel to her award-winning first novel. After one of the longer breaks between series components, Lee’s Go Set a Watchman is due to be published on July 14 of...

Obama delivers annual State of the Union Address

Maddy Brodeur, Photo and design editor

January 22, 2015

Filed under Outlook

On Tuesday Jan. 20, President Barack Obama delivered the annual State of the Union Address to a room full of  members of the United States Congress. What exactly is the State of the Union Address? The address is a speech given ...

#CloseFCPS goes viral

#CloseFCPS goes viral

January 13, 2015

Religious Freedom Restoration Act passes House of Representatives

Sami Luke, Staff Reporter

December 16, 2014

Filed under Outlook

On Dec. 4  the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) made its way through the Michigan House of Representatives, passing at the state level. According to Mlive, the bill’s intentions are to lessen government involvement...

Google launches music streaming program

Jason Greene, Staff Reporter

November 27, 2014

Filed under Outlook

Google has not-so-dramatically entered the music streaming industry. As of Wednesday (Nov 21), Google is offering, as a Chrome extension, an app that allows users to save Youtube videos in playlists and play them as audio-only...

Local business provides safe way to test for Ebola

Erin Wakeland, Associate Editor

November 17, 2014

Filed under Local News, Outlook

America has, to say the least, overreacted about Ebola entering the United States. However, positive results are appearing at a local level from the over-hyped hysteria. Plas-Labs Inc, located in Lansing. has modified its isolation...

Student’s dad wins Nobel Prize in Chemistry

Liz Mack, Staff Reporter

October 16, 2014

Filed under Outlook

Students across the country boast of their schools famous alumni, but not many can say that a parent of one of their peers won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. On Oct. 8, Ann Arbor native Eric Betzig, father of Ravi Betzig (11),...

Ebola: myth vs. reality

Kendall Cassella, Staff Reporter

October 12, 2014

Filed under Outlook

Myth #1: Ebola is the world’s deadliest disease. Reality: Most people would assume that Ebola is the disease that is taking the biggest toll on the human race. However the CDC ranks the common flu as the top killer, hospitalizing 200,000 A...

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