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Caylen Palleson, Features & Art Editor


What survivors wish you knew about sexual assault

Sexual assault and sexual violence are the most under-reported crime in America. The month of April has been dedicated to sexual assault awareness and prevention.

The effect of an aesthetic: How ‘cottagecore’ shaped quarantine for many

The aesthetic, termed “cottagecore,” thrives upon soft color pallets and filters and is inspired heavily by a strongly romanticized idea of early western agricultural life. Think soft meadows, cute farmhouses, prairie dresses, and home-baked goods.

Student artist feature: Isabella Frunzar

An image of an abstract art piece

Student artists have had the ability to have their art displayed in the school taken away due to the virtual format of this school year. One of these artists is Isabella Frunzar, a junior here at OHS.

The peak of division in America

The capital riots have shown us how deeply divided our country is, and have revealed how prevalent white privilege is in our society. Caylen Palleson, 42Fifty.

Finding one’s true self in a time of isolation

An outline of a person with a sticker reading "People change quicker than you think."

Rapid change is all many have known for months: staying at home, being isolated from many friends and family, events being cancelled, and school being online. It has truly been hard for everyone. Yet, many people have taken this time of change and ran with it, allowing change not to be a bad thing, but a positive.

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