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The Oracle

The student news site of The Archer School for Girls

The Oracle

The student news site of The Archer School for Girls

The Oracle

This graphic illustrates a conversation between two people, and how the verbal affirmation of a thank you or gratitude, in general, can transcend relationships and impact the lives of others. By saying thank you and actively demonstrating kindness, we are able to show those around us that we acknowledge their efforts and care for them deeply.

Column: The power of a thank you

By Marissa Gendy, Columnist
November 13, 2021
My friends and I photographed walking, blissfully unaware of the struggles ahead of us.

Column: The walk of shame

By Azel Al-Kadiri, Columnist
October 30, 2021
The Word of Mouth vegan truck located at the Vegan Exchange LA. This truck is my new favorite vegan spot in LA, Olivia Miro said.

Column: V is for vegan

By Lily Miro, Columnist
October 15, 2021
As women, we have a moral obligation to advocate for our reproductive rights. The Heartbeat Act of Texas reminds us that they are not promised. No matter what, remember that it is your body and it is your choice.

Column: My heartbeat heartbreak

By Azel Al-Kadiri, Columnist
September 29, 2021
This is an art piece created by senior Gabby Wolf, which exemplifies the consequence of failure, an eternal moment of beauty. This piece depicts Maya Angelou, writer and activist, and reads, Nothing will work unless you do.

Column: The mindfulness of failure

By Marissa Gendy, Columnist
September 25, 2021
I took this photo while walking on one of the many bridges in Zurich, Switzerland at the beginning of August. I feel that this photo represents the state of peace we feel when embracing the process of reflection.

Column: A summer of thinking

By Marissa Gendy, Columnist
September 20, 2021
In the 2017 Womens March, women came together to continue the fight for gender equality. Recent events have proved the fight for female justice has only begun.

Column: Wake up, old man

By Azel Al-Kadiri, Columnist
September 13, 2021
As school has returned to in-person learning on-campus, pictured is me sitting in the courtyard. For the last two years, our world has undergone a nationwide pandemic called COVID-19. Minorities who were most affected by this virus of hate, such as the Asian American community and more, have started and continued to speak out against the injustices they have faced.

Column: It’s nice to meet you

By Sydney Frank , Columnist
September 7, 2021
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