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OHS Observer

Stanford Online High School's student run news site

OHS Observer

Stanford Online High School's student run news site

OHS Observer

What Are OHSers Reading? 2nd Edition

What Are OHSers Reading? 2nd Edition

Kaveri Udupa, Staff Writer April 11, 2022

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What Are OHSers Reading?

What Are OHSers Reading?

Kaveri Udupa, Staff Writer March 17, 2022

Book recommendations from each level--shown in order from 7th to 12th grade. Happy reading! Screen Shot 2022-03-17 at 14.57.31the-school-for-good-and-evilScreen Shot 2022-03-17 at 15.05.5581PvdrKD+6LScreen...

Nijhuis with Eugenia Velásquez Orozco in the Guatemalan highlands—one of the places where she was “struck by the power of what’s called ‘community-led conservation,’ in which individual communities take on responsibility for the wildlife around them and they have a lot of power in managing that wildlife.”

Conservation Through Storytelling: Michelle Nijhuis’s Field Guide

Kate North, Art & Culture Editor February 25, 2022

“We abuse land because we see it as a commodity belonging to us. When we see land as a community to which we belong, we may begin to use it with love and respect.” — Aldo Leopold Many worry about...

Beasts and Beauty,  written by Soman Chainani and illustrated by Julia Iredale, is published by Harper Collins.

Good and Evil in Fairy Tales: Beasts and Beauty

Kate North, Art & Culture Editor January 5, 2022

We think that growing up means that we have to let go of fairy tales, but what happens when the stories grow up with us? Fairy tales “aren’t just Western- European canon,” says Soman Chainani,...

Author Soman Chainani of The School for Good and Evil series talks about how his books question the nature of Good and Evil.

How Author Soman Chainani’s Books Question the Nature of Good and Evil

Clementine Zei, Junior Multimedia Editor April 7, 2021

Soman Chainani, author of The School For Good and Evil series, didn’t think he would become a writer at first. He thought that he would become a professional tennis player. However, when Chainani was...

 Code Talker, a novel by award-winning author Joseph Bruchac, traces the history of the code talkers through the life of a fictional Navajo character, Kii Yazhi.

Code Talker: An Exciting Insight to the Life of a Code Talker during WWI

Kaveri Udupa, Staff Writer March 3, 2021

Code Talker, a novel by award-winning author Joseph Bruchac, traces the history of the code talkers through the life of a fictional Navajo character, Kii Yazhi. During World War II, code talkers wrote...

They Both Die at the End is a novel published in 2017 by New York Times bestselling author Adam Silvera.

“They Both Die at the End”: A Story of Life, Love, and Death in 24 Hours

Mandy Yu, School News Editor February 24, 2021

“I regret to inform you that sometime in the next twenty-four hours you’ll be meeting an untimely death.”  In an alternate reality from Adam Silvera’s  They Both Die at the End, the company...

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