OVS Senior Citizens

Recent first time voter and current OVS senior Sebastian Wayman-Dalo tells his opinions on what it means to vote, and also gets some input from others in his class who did or didn't choose to participate in the recent primary elections.

Leaping In To Black History Month

French teacher Helena Pasquarella lead a Leap for the month of February celebrating Black History Month. The group worked together to discuss issues that people of color have faced in America, and hung up posters in the hallways with questions and art.

Tuesdays Are Dog Days

This year, the Humane Society of Ventura County has 18 OVS students who have already done their training and have a one-year commitment to the program. This is the highest number of OVS volunteers in the past 10 years, and two vans will be taking students to the shelter every Tuesday.

Outdoor Advocate

For his entire life, freshman Tigran Nahabedian has been a lover and supporter of the national parks. His journey began we he was just five years old, and he has since become an advocate for public lands.

All Talk, No Action.

Staff Writer Adam Pepper-Macias discusses his opinions on environmental activism, and the role that it actually plays in making progress. He questions the value of climate strikes, protests, and lectures, as they allow for people to feel like they are making a difference without doing anything more.