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Transition of Power: Conversations about Democracy Part 2

By London Sinclair, Podcast Editor March 16, 2021

In this episode, we continue our conversation with three students and an expert source, United States history teacher, Kathleen Niles, on the aftermath of the Capitol Hill Riots and the transition of power...

Transition of Power: Conversations about Democracy — Part 1

By London Sinclair, Podcast Editor March 15, 2021

In this episode, we talk with three students and an expert source, United States history teacher, Kathleen Niles, on the aftermath of the Capitol Hill Riots and its impact on the future of democracy. This...

Quarantine calls for new hobbies: What will yours be?

By Nyah Fernandez and Andrea Ramirez March 13, 2021

In this broadcast, we interviewed both Archer students and non-Archer students about the hobbies they picked up during the quarantine process. 

A striking 2020 rewind: Students share their opinions on this past year

By Nyah Fernandez, Multimedia Section Editor February 15, 2021

In this broadcast, these students share their perspectives going through the unforgettable year of 2020. Nyah Fernandez has the story.    

S1E2: The Scoop on Voices of Democracy

By London Sinclair, Podcast Editor January 18, 2021

For today's episode, originally recorded in November, we interview three politically active seniors who were taking Voices of Democracy, a first-semester senior history seminar at Archer. They share their...

Letizia Oetker and her friend, Smylla, watch the sunset on a summer night at a nearby bridge after a bike ride. Bike riding is a common form of transportation for teenagers like Oetker.

Photo Essay: Through the eyes of Letizia Oetker in Germany

By Andrea Ramirez, Staff Reporter December 15, 2020

Although quarantine has changed the way students are taking classes this year, few are starting their day at 5:30 p.m. like sophomore Letizia Oetker, who has been living in Germany for the past eight...

In 2013, Alana O'Mara ('14) and Adriana Bass ('14) dress up for their senior Halloween haunted house. Senior and Student Body President, Francesca Cappello describes that Halloween at Archer is a time in the

Blast from the past: Archer’s favorite Halloween memories

By Nyah Fernandez, Multimedia editor November 5, 2020

After a second year of not being able to celebrate Halloween on campus, community members shared memories of past Archer Halloweens. Nyah Fernandez has the story.    

The Scoop, Ep 1: Launching The Scoop with Aniyah Shirehjini

By London Sinclair, Podcast Editor November 4, 2020

Welcome to The Scoop! For The Oracle's inaugural podcast, we begin with student activist Aniyah Shirehjini ('21), who was elected to the Executive Board for the 2020-2021 school year. We discuss her goal...

Pictured is the logo of the When We All Vote organization. When We All Vote aims to spread awareness towards the importance of voting and why people should to take action.

Students take action, spread importance of voting with When We All Vote

By Nyah Fernandez, Multimedia Editor October 7, 2020

As the presidential election looms, youth have taken action by spreading awareness of the importance of voting through an organization called  When We All Vote created by former first lady Michelle Obama....

Photo Essay: Through the eyes of Lauren Robson in quarantine

By Nyah Fernandez , Multimedia Editor September 7, 2020

This photo essay is a part of the Oracle photo essay series called “Through the Eyes of.” This series features students, faculty and staff at Archer and uses photo, audio and video to depict their...

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Virtual graduation ceremony, surprise performance creates ‘gratitude’ among graduates

By Vaughan Anoa'i and Nyah Fernandez June 8, 2020

As the soon-to-be graduates and family members took their seats, Archer's class of 2020, the Girls on Fire, dressed in their formal graduation attire with flower wreaths on top of their heads, now prepared...

Archer sixth grader Yasmine Haddad shares global insight on COVID-19

By Nyah Fernandez, Multimedia Editor May 31, 2020

Sixth grader Yasmine Haddad knew how she was being impacted by the novel coronavirus, but she wondered how other children around the world felt. To find an answer, she completed a project where she interviewed...

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