As 2021 is coming to an end, here’s a review of the 2021 fashion trends of Gen-Z By: Mikayla Riggs In 2021 87.6% of Gen-Z shopped online, but what was really filling up their carts? For most people from Gen-Z, oversized t-shirts, cropped tops, ripped jeans, shirts with graphic print, and solid-colored t-shirts were theContinue reading “The Gen-Z Fashion Trends of 2021”
Category Archives: Human Interest
RAK Club Pet Supplies Drive
By: Anna Bates Random Acts of Kindness club is having a pet supplies drive! The LOJ Random Acts of Kindness Club’s Holiday Pet Drive fundraiser for Project POOCH has been extended throughout this week, so you are able to donate anytime from now until next Wednesday, January 12th. A bin is currently located at theContinue reading “RAK Club Pet Supplies Drive “
OBOB, Sign Up!
By Liam Alberte Hey you! Yeah, you! Do you enjoy reading? Then sign up for OBOB! OBOB (Oregon Battle of the Books) is a school competition where teams of 2-5 students compete in book trivia. There are 16 books that have been chosen for you to read that you’ll be quizzed. The books are availableContinue reading “OBOB, Sign Up!”
Why YOU should join a club!
By Spencer Andrews (grade 6) Everybody at LOJ should know about the LOJ clubs by now. BUT a lot of people still aren’t in a club yet! But I and scientists think that you should join a club. First of all, you will learn new skills! Think of the Speech and Debate club. Their mainContinue reading “Why YOU should join a club!”
An Epic Adventure!
A review of Steelheart by Brandon Sanderson By Sydney Lindsey (grade 6) Do you need an engaging read? Do you love adventure? Did you enjoy reading Renegades or any other superhero book? Then I have just the book for you. Steelheart is a book set in a post-apocalyptic world. People have superpowers caused by aContinue reading “An Epic Adventure!”
School or Screen Time?
By Taylor Sheldon “Even teaching, which has evolved in recent decades to emphasize fewer lectures and more collaborative lessons, must change.”- The New York Times Will students be able to return to their school soon, or will school continue to revolve around zoom?Link to LOJ school image: pamplinmedia.com Link to Zoom meeting image:Continue reading “School or Screen Time?”
The Experiences of Club Baseball in Oregon this Summer
By Tyler Leykam The Oregon Club Baseball spring season of 2020 was a wild one. In March, the season was postponed after one tournament! A compromise was made so that there was practice in late June and games in July-Aug. There were rules however. The games had to be played in Keiser and Eugene; thoseContinue reading “The Experiences of Club Baseball in Oregon this Summer”
How Online School is Affecting Students at Lake Oswego Junior High
By Hannah Page March 13, 2020, was the last day of what was previously known as a normal school day. The Lake Oswego community had been hearing about a deadly virus, known as COVID-19, which postponed normal school days to some unknown day in the future. There are many opinions on whether online school isContinue reading “How Online School is Affecting Students at Lake Oswego Junior High”
Black Lives Matter Takes on Lake Oswego
Lake Oswego citizens stand in the center of Millenia Plaza holding signs and listening to a speech. By Sienna Larsen Protests for Black lives has been happening all over the United States. People in the local community have taken part in this important matter. Many Lake Oswego citizens took part in this. One of theContinue reading “Black Lives Matter Takes on Lake Oswego”
Online bullying is the new trend of 2020
As almost all parts of life in 2020 have moved online, cyber bullying has reemerged as a challenge for students isolated by the pandemic and virtual school By Sierra Leverich The ding of the phone is like a scene in a horror movie where the monster jumps out. Your insides turn to ice, and you’reContinue reading “Online bullying is the new trend of 2020”