• 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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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

After By – A Review

After By – A Review

October 25, 2019

A Look At Sabin-Schellenberg

Caleb Hattori

May 28, 2019

North Clackamas School District is one of the greatest school districts around. It offers many opportunities to its students, many of these through the Sabin-Schellenberg Technical Center. However, many people do not...

Take Control

Cadence Ciupryk, Reporter

January 30, 2019

Body image has become a very touchy subject among teenagers and young adults. Even now, some children as young as ten and under have low self esteem and would change many things about their bodies when there is nothing wrong in ...

Students From Over The Sea

Luna delAmor, Staff Reporter

January 17, 2019

Many of the foreign exchange students at Milwaukie High School have put a tremendous amount of effort into experiencing what those born in the USA are given freely. The question that comes to mind is, “What has their experience...

School Success and Attendance

Dayo Babatunde

December 11, 2018

The North Clackamas School District is a very good school district for kids to learn as they are one the very best districts in the state in terms of dropout rate. Although the district provides their students with all the nee...

New Program Changes the Life of a Teen Parent

Chloe Wygal, Staff Reporter

December 11, 2018

Nayeli has a longer, more difficult day than most high school students. While they’re hitting the snooze button, Nayeli is busy making her best effort to get out of the house with two people: herself, and her eight month old...

Tension Rises with Climate Change

Peter Olden, Staff Reporter

December 7, 2018

Climate change is a reality that isn’t going away and will follow humans for as long as they exist. Earth’s climate is changing faster than any point in the history of modern civilization, and according to scientist’s it...

How Students Prepare For College, Work, And do Well in School

McKenna Weaver, Staff Reporter

December 7, 2018

Going to school for 7 hours a day, working a part-time job, maintaining good grades, doing extracurricular activities, having a social life, and preparing for college seems like a strenuous never-ending task. Many often wonder...

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

Cassandra Roshu, Staff Reporter

November 9, 2018

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

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

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...

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