From the homemade press to the slopes, ON3P skis will not disappoint. What started out of a garage in Tacoma as a mission to create better skis for personal use has turned into an 8400 of warehouse producing and distributing skis to over 10 different countries. Yet they are not like the other ski brands. [...]
It’s 6:30 on a Wednesday night and senior Henry Kayser has just finished practice with his tennis partner, Max Diess, he’s tired and longs for his thirst to be quenched. He turns and unzips his backpack, out comes a green tinted bottle, it’s the notorious Alō beverage. Kayser, who was introduced to Alō by his [...]
As students returned from Spring Break, they were greeted with an ominous set of double doors at the main entrance; many assumed this was due to the recent school shootings that have occurred across America. However, the plans for the new doors were made a few years ago, and after a donation from Joe Weston [...]
For most people, Sandy is just the town they drive through on their way to Mt Hood, but to me, it’s the place I call home. Sandy holds a population of 11,000 and is a light 45 minute drive to Portland. Sandy is famous for our Joe’s Donuts, a local donut shop that gets plenty [...]
Portland. Gone. But the question is, when? Most people on the West Coast are well aware of the fact that we are due to be hit with a massive earthquake that has the potential to destroy entire cities.Portland and the surrounding areas are especially sussentable. Bridges would be wrecked making it so people couldn’t easily [...]
50 years ago, Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated but his message will never die. He devoted his whole life to speaking up for the rights and equality of African American Citizens. The amazing part is that he was able to do all of this under the age of 40 which is quite amazing. He [...]
Recently, Central Catholic held a brown bag lunch (an event where we discuss controversial topics as a community) to talk about gun violence in our country today. Many courageous students spoke out for what they believed in and brought plenty important facts and concepts to the discussion. One question that came up was, “who here [...]
First off, it is important to note that sunburning is not a successful method of tanning and is both physically painful and in regards to your health, extremely dangerous. Although the “golden tan” many beachgoers covet can appear when burnt skin peels away, the effects of this sketchy method can be devastating. The Skin Cancer [...]
[/audio The boys are back in town and give a quick recap of their spring break. They discuss dolphins, frostings, lotions, potions,and emotions.
In today’s society, people are always looking for loopholes to make their lives easier or to gain short-term success. Some of the restrictions that have frustrated many prospective professional basketball players, are the NBA draft eligibility restrictions which the NBA has placed on college athletes, requiring that they attend college for a minimum of one [...]
As we get back to school after spring break, there’s a lot of commotion and activity buzzing through the halls, and our minds! Here’s advice for your very own star sign to keep in mind for the rest of the week. Check your sign below and read what the stars have to tell you. Aries [...]
This is advice is specifically for YOU! Especially during spring break, when we could all use a few pointers - whether you believe in them or not, horoscopes are always fun to read. Check your sign below and read what the stars have to tell you!* Aries (March 21-April 19) Taurus (April 20-May 20) Gemini [...]
The boys discuss crows, Fortnite, spring break plans and old cartoons.
Matthew, Jake, and Tony have their first official guest on the air. This episode they ask Mr. Wall many pressing questions about things and stuff.