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Fentanyl is extremely dangerous and is  50-100 times more deadly than morphine and oxycodone.

Standing Against Fentanyl Everywhere

Madison Collins, Section Editor April 12, 2024

The Opioid epidemic has become an increasingly more pressing issue within recent years, and the accessibility and illicit manufacturing of fentanyl has had a devastating impact on communities everywhere...

A student faces the common fear of registering for future classes online.

Commentary on New Chapters

Scarlet Vandegrift, Staff Writer April 12, 2024

Life becomes a continuous cycle of new beginnings, dramatic entrances, and bittersweet endings.  From the start of a new season to the end of a month, people have been dramatically synthesized to the...

Teachers bring their passion of their subject into the classroom and engage their students in their world.

What Inspires Our Teachers?

Logan Wells, Staff Writer March 9, 2024

Teachers are the backbone to our society, and what holds our society together. They are tasked with raising, preparing, and encouraging the next generation to go on and accomplish big things. It is...

Spring trends are emerging at Osos with splashes of purple and green. (Photo courtesy of Jayden Cooper)

What Are Grizzlies Wearing This Spring?

Hailey Adenihun, Staff Writer March 8, 2024

Spring begins on March 19. The season serves as a transition period between Winter and Summer. While it can be unpredictable, it generally brings warm and cool temperatures, lighter rain, and more sun....

Lemons specializes in decorated sugar cookies, chocolate chip cookies, cakes, and customized orders.
(Photo used with permission from Lemons Baking Co.)

Black-Owned Business Spotlight

By Caleb Pratt and Hailey Adenihun, Section Editor and Staff Writer February 8, 2024

As of 2023, there are more than 2.6 million Black-owned businesses in America. Black-owned businesses play a pivotal role in creating jobs and economic growth within Black communities.   Not only...

The Terrible Three Weeks

The Terrible Three Weeks

Emily Liu, Web Manager January 16, 2024

We all know the feeling of coming back from Thanksgiving Break and understanding you have three more weeks until Winter Break. It is the worst feeling in the world. You are done with school, maybe even...

White Passing at Los Osos

White Passing at Los Osos

Ronnie Malley-Garrison, Staff Writer December 14, 2023

Racial passing is where people of one racial group are perceived to look like another racial group. A specific example is White-passing, which is when someone of a different race appears White.  I...

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The Importance of Supporting Your Local Libraries

Caleb Pratt, Section Editor December 14, 2023

Less than a century ago, public libraries held a special place in American society. Libraries offered communities vast amounts of free knowledge to all no matter the demographic.  Referred to by many...

Photo Credit: Aleish Cuaresma (Web Manager)

Why Freshman Year is So Hard

Scarlet Vandegrift November 10, 2023

At first glance, freshman year seems like a breeze to upperclassmen and high school graduates. However, most do not remember the grueling transition from middle school to high school. As a current sophomore,...

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A Peek into Students School Life

Paloma Corrales November 10, 2023

A lot of things occur throughout a day in school. For many people here at Los Osos, they experience a variety of events in just one school day. They’re put in positions that sometimes force them out...

Photo Credit: Mariah Disney (Staff Writer)

How Los Osos Prepares Students for College

Kaylee Lopez, Section Editor October 16, 2023

Los Osos is arguably one of the most academically competitive schools. The school offers many AP and honors courses, and it seems as though almost everyone has at least a 4.0 GPA here.  While the courses...

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Our Experiences Transferring to Osos

Hailey Adenihun and Aniah Barron September 23, 2023

Hailey: My first day at Los Osos wasn’t easy. I knew a few people from middle school but I didn’t know them well enough to hang out with them. I walked into school and one thing stuck out: there...

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