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Last Light: Space Telescope Kepler Closes Its Eyes

Last Light: Space Telescope Kepler Closes Its Eyes

Jonathan Herbst, Staff Writer

December 12, 2018


Filed under Science and Tech, Showcase, World News

On October 30, NASA announced that space telescope Kepler has run out of fuel and will no longer be in service. In nine years, Kepler surveyed many thousands of stars and discovered the majority of exoplanets that we now know about today. Launched in 2009, the telescope was NASA’s first attempt at pl...

OHS is Testing a New Engagement Tracker: Here’s What You Need To Know

OHS is Testing a New Engagement Tracker: Here’s What You Need To Know

Natalie Wu, Editor

November 22, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

**Update: OHS has halted the pilot of the new engagement tracker in light of the OHS Community’s concerns. The possibility of using it will be further discussed prior to implementation. Various teachers at OHS have begun to test a feature in Adobe Connect that tracks the engagement of participa...

The OHS Observer’s Official Guide to Student Government Candidates 2017-18

The OHS Observer’s Official Guide to Student Government Candidates 2017-18

Simran Khunger, Natalie Wu, LiYuan Byrne, Pallas Lemarchand, and Marie Tagbo

September 10, 2017


Filed under News, School News, Showcase

** all information was taken from speeches on 9/8/17 during the Student Government Speeches Assembly  

Election 2013: High School Student Government Candidates

Election 2013: High School Student Government Candidates

Observer Staff

September 27, 2013


Filed under News, School News, Uncategorized

As OHS students prepare to decide which candidates they will choose for the Student Government elections, the “!” will be providing exclusive coverage of the race. Student Body President Candidates Faith Cheng Please introduce yourself. Greetings earthlings! I am Faith Cheng, a senior returning for ...

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