The OHS Press

“The Bachelor” review

Abby Bradley, Web Editor

March 16, 2020

Every year after the finale of “The Bachelor in Paradise,” I patiently wait for the first Monday of January to watch the season premiere of “The Bachelor.” The unrealistic way to find love and drama between the contestan...

SpotterEDU: the Life 360 for college

Annie Burba, Editor-In-Chief

February 11, 2020

Life360, an app that makes helicopter parents salivate and, more importantly, is the sworn enemy of teenagers everywhere. It really lets parents have it all: it gives them weekly distracted driving reports, tells them the speed...

Complexities behind LGBTQ+ relationships at OHS

Abigail Ely, Staff Reporter

February 11, 2020

Relationships come in all shapes and sizes, and OHS is no stranger to the diverse pairings that students find themselves in. With Valentine’s Day and Winter Formal around the corner, people have started their planning on how...

Warning signs of abusive relationships

Angela Demas, Staff Reporter

February 11, 2020

Whether they are your partner, parents, friends, colleagues, and so on, you may be susceptible to toxic relationships. In society, this topic may be deemed taboo or uncomfortable to discuss. No matter the reason, it doesn’t...

World threat: the coronavirus

Mulan Ma, Staff Reporter

February 11, 2020

The new year has been wrought with a new plague that has infected over 31,000 and killed at least 636 people across the world. Late 2019 to early 2020, the new year has begun with the threat of the recently announced coronavirus...

Basketball team shows its support for cancer awareness

Sophia Timm-Blow, Staff Reporter

February 11, 2020

The Okemos boys’ basketball team has had quite a bit of success this year currently leading the CAAC Blue with an 8-2 record. On Friday, Jan. 24, they beat Dewitt 43-42 but this game was more significant than most. It was Coaches...

Way too early March Madness predictions

Trevor Jones, Senior Staff Reporter

January 23, 2020

I know that March Madness is still months away. I also understand that an infinite amount of things involving an infinite amount of teams can change in that time. However, based on rosters, initial player evaluations and intraconference...

EEE virus outbreaks in Michigan

Megan Lavery, Staff Reporter

January 23, 2020

As of Oct.11, 10 cases of the deadly EEE virus have been reported within eight different cities in Michigan so far this year. Eastern equine encephalitis, more commonly known as EEE or Triple E has been reported within West Michigan....

Learning disabilities programs at OHS

Abigail Ely, Staff Reporter

January 23, 2020

Okemos High School has a wide variety of programs and classes that help people with varying disabilities. These classes include AP classes and general education class courses that most of our students take and graduate with and...

Lansing music program cuts participation

Lansing music program cuts participation

Angela Voit, Staff Reporter

January 21, 2020

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