The Compass

Lew Frederick: An Oregon State Senate’s Perspective on Life

Cassandra Roshu, Staff Reporter

November 9, 2018

Filed under Beginning Journalism Stories, Features

Lew Frederick, a member of the Oregon Senate from the 22nd district serving in the Oregon legislature, believes that living a successful life means to have made things better for the generations that come after him. Many of his...

Milwaukie Construction: Are the Pods Safe?

Sasha Neilson, Staff Reporter

October 23, 2018

Filed under Beginning Journalism Stories, Features, MHS Stories

Milwaukie High School, otherwise known as "Modwaukie," is currently undergoing a full reconstruction. As the school year continues, there have been growing student concerns about safety and the future of the school. Located on the f...

Be The Change

Be The Change

May 4, 2018

Sea Lions vs Salmon/Steelhead – Who Will Survive?

Annabelle Martin, Staff Reporter

May 2, 2018

Filed under Features, News

Over the years residents in Oregon City have seen a change. At the local docks, all the public saw was sea lions basking in the sun being lazy and happy. Little did residents realize the sea lions were causing major environmenta...

Local Concerts

Local Concerts

April 12, 2018

Gilbert’s Disease

Gilbert’s Disease

April 12, 2018

Birthday Wish List

Julia Murnin, Staff Reporter

April 9, 2018

Filed under Beginning Journalism Stories, Features

18 Things You Should Definitely Put On Your Birthday List This Year From Amazon Black Mask Blackhead Remover Purifying Black Peel Off Mask - Activated Charcoal Deep Cleansing Facial Acne Pore Cleaner Amazons promise ...

Is Vegan Right For You?

Is Vegan Right For You?

January 31, 2018

Physical vs. Digital Games

Taylor White, Staff Reporter

January 29, 2018

Filed under Beginning Journalism Stories, Features, News

As we roll into the new year, we as a community are continuously contributing to world problems that few may consider a quandary. Roughly 200 years of global warming has been easily caused by the rapid growth of our countries, ...

Shelby Schrein, Staff Reporter

December 4, 2017

Filed under Beginning Journalism Stories, Features

Cheerleading. Easily the most underrated sport that is known to the world. Flips, stunts, spinning in the air a lot of things most of the world can’t do. Memorizing 2 Minute and 30 second routines that have substantial body positions a...

Managing The Christmas Gift Crisis

Rosalie Mitchell, Staff Reporter

December 4, 2017

Filed under Beginning Journalism Stories, Features

When kids stop writing Christmas letters ─complete with Christmas lists─ to Santa, parents lose their easy-access into their child’s mind when it comes to the gifts they hope to see under the tree. This leaves parents, ...

NCSD Theater

Ashlee Conley, Staff Reporter

November 9, 2017

Filed under Beginning Journalism Stories, Features

Rex Putnam High School And Then They Came For Me November 3,4,10,11 @ 7pm November 5,12 @ 2pm A unique theatrical experience: a multimedia play that combines videotaped interviews with Holocaust survivors Ed Silverber...

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