• Congressman Kurt Schrader Talks About Impeachment Inquiry to the Compass Wednesday.
  • Congressman Kurt Schrader Talks About Impeachment Inquiry to Compass Wednesday.

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Students of Color

Zion Mesfin, Faith Stutzman, and Serena Mason

December 11, 2019

On May 17, 1954, one of the most monumental supreme court rulings was made. It was the day when segregation was made illegal in schools. Since then students of color have had to face new obstacles, many of which go unnoticed. Fro...

Is Summer School A Crutch in North Clackamas?

Natalia Godoy, Sunny Urben, Ashton Hooper, and Hana Newcomb

November 18, 2019

The rising attendance of summer school in the North Clackamas School District has been a consistent issue for years. Whether it be due to the shorter schedule or smaller classes, students have begun to flock to summer school rathe...

Lend Me A Tenor

Sunny Urben, Features Reporter

November 5, 2019

  Sunny Urben   I had the pleasure of watching the final dress rehearsal of Lend Me a Tenor produced by the Rex Putnam theatre department. The show was energetic, funny, and lighthearted but had its fair share...

Connecting Through An App

October 29, 2019

13 Reasons Why: Netflix’s Most Problematic Original Yet

Elissa El-Tayib, Features Reporter

October 29, 2019

13 Reasons Why is a Netflix Orignal series that targets things that are wrong with today’s world such as suicide, racism, sexual assault, and bullying, however, it has caused a lot of controversy because of how these messages are p...

Hate On Instagram

Salina Thongsisavath, Reporter

October 25, 2019

Cyberbullying is nothing new to the world. Every teenager has some sort of social media app downloaded to their phone. Whether it’s to text their friends, share photos, or reconnect with family members, teenagers have their e...

Connecting Through An App

October 25, 2019

What’s The Oregon Answer To Homelessness?

Valeri Fries, Reporter

June 18, 2019

It seems every intersection with a red light lies a beggar with a cardboard sign, often times reading, “anything helps god bless”, of course this can only be seen on the surface but there are many layers beneath the surface...

The Fight For Rights

AJ Sugg, Reporter

June 18, 2019

rFor hundreds of years women have been fighting for equality and basic human rights. Within the last century many advances have been made in the movement and more laws have been made to prohibit sexism and allow women to choos...

Pride For Profit

Gabby Lund, Reporter

June 18, 2019

With June being the month dedicated to pride and honoring the Stonewall riots, there have been many companies that have shared their support towards the LGBTQ+ community. The most common way these companies show their support is...

Missing People Awareness

Ashlyn Blair, Reporter

June 18, 2019

Around the U.S, the number of missing people continues to increase with people having very little knowledge of it. In most cases, the only people that may know that someone is missing is because they were in the same community...

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