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Greek Fest Brings Greek Culture to Portland

Greek Fest Brings Greek Culture to Portland

  This past weekend, hundreds of people from all around Portland attended the annual Greek Fest. The event is something that Portlanders look forward to, because it is one of the few times that Greek culture is brought to the community’s attention. Greek Fest is delicious highly sought after food items that are common in […]

Sports Recap 9/30-10/5

Sports Recap 9/30-10/5

Soccer:Varsity Boys: Fresh off a huge win at OES, the team took on Faith Bible this past Thursday the 2nd. Shots were many, but the team couldn’t place the ball in the net and ended with the first draw of the season. On Monday the 6th, the team will look to rebound against Westside Christian, […]

Entertainment Company Buys Rights to Student’s Video

Entertainment Company Buys Rights to Student’s Video

Two years ago in May 2012, Joseph Endler posted a video to YouTube of himself riding down a hill in a cart at Catlin Gabel. Then, two weeks ago towards the end of September, he received some recognition. “I was browsing YouTube when I get this message from [LaunchPad Entertainment LLC.] saying they want to […]

Catlin Gabel’s First Tailgate Success

Catlin Gabel’s First Tailgate Success

Friday the 26, at 3:45 p.m. dozens of kids piled on to the Catlin Gabel fan bus and were driven to the OES campus for the rival school’s homecoming games. While fans had a great time bonding and getting pumped up for the games on the bus, other kids who had sports or other prior commitments […]

Part II: Boys Basketball Competes in Second Week of Fall League

Part II: Boys Basketball Competes in Second Week of Fall League

Catlin Gabel Boys Basketball took to the court this past Saturday in a dim-lit Milwaukie High School gymnasium. Similar to last week, they played in a two game back-to-back set, against powerhouse squads Clackamas High School and Central Catholic High School. The Eagles won their match against Clackamas 59-51, but lost to Central Catholic 59-54 […]

Students Voice Uncertainty About Plans For the Eagle’s Nest

Students Voice Uncertainty About Plans For the Eagle’s Nest

What was once the Outdoor Education office is now a source of debate for both students and faculty. At the start of the 2014-2015 school year, the office was turned into a lounge mostly dedicated to the sophomore class. However, on Wednesday the 24th, a school-wide email was sent out announcing multiple alternatives to the […]

Catlin Gabel Handicapper Levels the Playing Field

Catlin Gabel Handicapper Levels the Playing Field

Yesterday afternoon marked the annual Catlin Gabel Handicapper cross country meet, hosting both Middle and High School competitions. Both races takes place on Catlin’s campus and features a wide range of terrain. High School runners start on the track and the course weaves around campus for a total of 3.1 miles. This particular race is special since […]

Boys Basketball Kicks Off the Fall Season

Boys Basketball Kicks Off the Fall Season

This past weekend in Oregon Episcopal School’s sparsely filled gym, the Catlin Gabel boys basketball program kicked off the 2014 season. The team consists of sophomores, juniors, and seniors who played two games against two established Oregon club teams in a Fall League run by Hoopsource, a local organization. The Fall League spans seven weeks, […]

New Upper School Community Service Plan In Effect

New Upper School Community Service Plan In Effect

On Tuesday, the Upper School students flowed into the Cabell Center to hear about new changes to the community service plan. Junior class presidents Isabel Rooper ‘16 and Connor Ford ‘16, introduced the plan and explained the guidelines, which includes a proposal of a project due from each student in 21 days. To meet the […]

Science Research Class Takes Students in New Directions

Science Research Class Takes Students in New Directions

Catlin has always been known for having fun and unique classes. This year, five students have taken a class called Science Research where “through an extensive search of scientific literature, students develop their own novel research question to investigate over the course of the year.” The class structure is very open and students are free […]