Opinions under the dome: polarization in the LGBT community

Unfortunately, this country has become heavily focused on polarization. Americans tend to classify each action and idea with liberal and conservative values. This idea of polarization in politics and throughout society spread into the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community as well, and Americans need to stop it. The LGBT community has come incredibly … Continue reading

2016 Alumni impart college troubles and triumphs

Class of 2016 alumni answer questions about where they are, what they’re doing, and how college life compares to life under the Dome. Abby Welch Q: What college do you attend and what do you study? A: I am attending Miami University and I haven’t picked a major quite yet. Q: How has your college experience … Continue reading

Students feel for fall

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, students look forward to thier family traditions. Nathan Boyce (9) Does your family have any Thanksgiving traditions? My grandparents come over, as well as my dad’s sister, and we all eat together. What’s your favorite Thanksgiving food? Mashed potatoes. I just like the flavor of them. Do you go … Continue reading

March Madness infects students

    Q: Why do you enjoy March Madness? A: Because it is exciting and provides me with something that is easy to follow and bet/lose my money. Q: Who did you pick to win? A: Oklahoma Q: Why did you pick them to win? A: Because Buddy Hield is very skilled and is the … Continue reading

Presidents leave legacies

There have been 44 presidents in the United States history. There have been 18 Republican, 16 Democratic, 4 Democratic-Republicans, 4 Whigs, 1 Federalist, and 1 non-party affiliated president. Even though many presidents were affiliated with same parties, their time in office is either tarnished or lauded by their leadership ability or events while in office. … Continue reading

“Entertainment” Review

People like Tim Heidecker, Eric Wareheim and Gregg Turkington have become known as the creators of ‘comedy’ shows that focus on the deconstruction of comedy to the point where it is totally unrecognizable. This type of humor is often referred to as ‘anti-comedy’ and while it has been gaining ground in the late night television … Continue reading

Sequel falls short

Harper Lee’s Novel, Go Set a Watchman, serves as a sequel to her earlier novel, “To Kill a Mockingbird,” as well as an answer to the civil strife common among southern communities during the civil rights movement. This sequel focuses once again on the varied opinions and heated arguments surrounding civil rights issues. However, this … Continue reading

Dayton food truck scene offers assortment of options

Using the term ”fast food” as a descriptor of a meal comes with a certain stigma to it that the recent food truck movement plans to change. This isn’t your average fast food, and luckily the Dayton area offers a large assortment of food trucks to try, offering a variety of flavors that will make … Continue reading

Donald Trumps the liberal chumps

25 minutes: enough time for class?

Professional Development for Oakwood’s teaching staff has had a large impact on the student body. This year, the school has made these days more frequent with the implementation of half days. On a half day, after the regular schedule lunch bell rings and students leave school for the afternoon, all teachers have to stay and … Continue reading

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