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Student Government Vice Presidential Forum

Student Government Vice Presidential Forum

On April 20th, the potential vice president candidates gathered in Jubitz to answer questions about their future candidacy. Unfortunately, Jack Malsin was home sick and not able to attend, so his responses could not be received by this time. However, the responses from Charley Ward and Vishal Vanka can be found in this audio clip. […]

Timbers Oust FC Dallas for First Win

Timbers Oust FC Dallas for First Win

(Three goals mean three wood slabs for the Timbers goal scorers. Photo courtesy of Portland Timbers) Until Saturday night, the Portland Timbers had been winless, sitting on three draws and one loss. However, under a full moon and with the support of a sold out crowd, the green and gold team was able to pull out […]

Senate Bill 533 Permits Smaller Vehicles to Pass Through Stop Lights

Senate Bill 533 Permits Smaller Vehicles to Pass Through Stop Lights

On Tuesday the 10th, Oregon Senate passed a bill that will allow cyclists and motorcyclists to move through red lights as long as they follow certain guidelines which essentially state that cyclists or motorcyclists must wait for one full stoplight cycle before proceeding with caution. These guidelines stem from the way traffic lights operate. Under […]

6th Grade Ancient Rome Class Present “RICE” Project

6th Grade Ancient Rome Class Present “RICE” Project

This Friday, Catlin Gabel 6th graders who have been studying Ancient Rome for the past three weeks, presented their “RICE” projects (Rome, India, China, Egypt). “I think it is important to study how people lived in Ancient Roman times. Many things discovered and invented are used today,” commented Grant Underwood ‘18, during his presentation set […]

NPR Sports Correspondent Visits CatlinSpeak

NPR Sports Correspondent Visits CatlinSpeak

On Tuesday March 12, NPR’s sports correspondent Tom Goldman met with CatlinSpeak staff to discuss his career and background with the class. He described his journey to becoming NPR’s first sports correspondent in 1997, after years of working as a sports reporter, editor, and producer for multiple news sources. Goldman has worked with NPR for over […]

The Honest Truth about Honest Tea

The Honest Truth about Honest Tea

Who doesn’t love Honest Tea? When Honest Tea came to Catlin Gabel only a few years ago, it changed the way many people drink beverages from the Barn. But maybe this is not such a good thing. Students buy Honest Tea frequently, sometimes multiple times per day or week, without knowing too much about the […]

A Movie Review with Joseph: “50 Shades of Grey”

A Movie Review with Joseph: “50 Shades of Grey”

University of Oklahoma Bans Fraternity

University of Oklahoma Bans Fraternity

Recently, a YouTube video emerged that showed a University of Oklahoma fraternity chanting racial slurs on a bus, as they were headed to a party off campus. The words that were uttered are too vulgar to repeat but the phrase basically consisted of repeating that black people will never be a part of their fraternity, […]

Wesley Matthews Out For Season

Wesley Matthews Out For Season

This past Thursday, the Portland Trail Blazers beat the Dallas Mavericks 94-75, however the victory was bittersweet. Shooting guard Wesley Matthews went down with a season-ending torn achilles. Matthews was making a cut toward the basket when his leg slipped and he hit the floor. The arena was dead silent as the Blazers medical staff […]

The Samsung iPhone

The Samsung iPhone

Ever since the basic concepts for a computer mouse were developed by Xerox in the 1970s, Apple has been accused of stealing technological ideas for their own benefit. Steve Jobs visited Xerox headquarters in the early stages of mouse design, and years later developed a version of the product himself. Many skirmishes over design originality […]

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