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Archer community prepares for return to campus plans following Spring Break

By Vaughan Anoa'i, News Editor April 12, 2021

As Los Angeles County ventures into the red tier and more students are now allowed to participate in on-campus learning, the Archer administration prepares for the two week Spring Break vacation, beginning...

Sophomore students take a socially distanced selfie with English teacher Stephanie Nicolard in her classroom. Students were welcomed back on campus to reconnect for social and emotional learning, as well as to continue their remote classes.

365 days later: Students return to campus for social, emotional connection

By Rose Sarner, Staff Reporter March 14, 2021

The Archer doors opened for the first time in over a year, due to the novel COVID-19 pandemic closing Archer's doors on March 13 of 2020. On Monday March 8, new and old students arrived on campus to spend...

Archer's annual Spirit Week continues with modifications for an online environment. Each day's respective theme come with their own virtual activity.

Stay-at-home spirit: Student Council modifies annual Spirit Week for virtual celebration

By Grace Doyle, Sports Editor March 14, 2021

As March rolls around, so does Archer's annual Spirit Week celebration. From Monday March 8 to Friday March 12, student Council was tasked with modifying the week-long events to work as virtual celebrations...

The front of Archer on March 13, 2020, the last day of on-campus school activity. On March 8, 2021, in-person learning will officially begin again as the sixth graders arrive to attend class on the Archer campus for the first time.

‘Second first day of school:’ Sixth grade class returns to campus for in-person learning orientation

By Greta Irvine, Staff Reporter March 7, 2021

In March of 2020, the doors of Archer's classrooms closed as a result of the pandemic. Almost a year later, they are ready to open again as the sixth grade class prepares for in-person learning.  This...

 In honor of Student Press Freedom Day, editors were asked to reflect on the importance of student journalism.

Oracle editors reflect on scholastic journalism for Student Press Freedom Day

By London Sinclair and Rio Hundley February 28, 2021

This past Thursday was Student Press Freedom Day, an annual reminder and celebration of the importance of student journalism. This year's theme for Student Press Freedom Day is Journalism Against the Odds...

The administration announced return-to-campus plans in a series of emails which includes specific dates for each grades with a combination of social/emotional learning and academic learning. More information and updates to follow.

Archer administration announces school-wide return-to-campus plans

By Vaughan Anoa'i and Thea Leimone February 28, 2021

As the number of COVID-19 cases continue to decrease in Los Angeles County, Upper School Director Meghan Tally recently explained Archer's return-to-campus plans for US students via email and video message....

In honor of Scholastic Journalism Week, students reflected on their media consumption. The Oracle put together a survey for students to fill out with the purpose of reflecting on media consumption and literacy.

Beyond scholastic journalism: Students reflect on media consumption

By Grace Doyle, Sports Editor February 25, 2021

In honor of the Journalism Education Association's Scholastic Journalism Week, students from sixth to 12th grade took a survey sent by the Oracle staff with the purpose of reflecting on media consumption....

Wednesday of the 2021 Scholastic Journalism Week highlights the significance of local journalism. The Oracle takes a closer look by asking community members to reflect on the impact of local journalism on the Archer campus.

Local journalism matters: Q&A with community members on importance of local journalism

By Thea Leimone and Greta Irvine February 24, 2021

The New York Times reports on the weather crisis in Texas. The Washington Post updates the public on vaccine distribution. The list of stories requiring substantial coverage goes on as major events unfold...

The Oracle staff discusses the purpose of journalistic work via a virtual class.

Why do we do what we do?: Oracle staff reflects on purpose of journalistic work

By Chloe Fidler and Rose Sarner February 23, 2021

For Monday's Scholastic Journalism Week theme of "Why Do We Do What We Do?", the Oracle staff reflected on the purpose of scholastic journalism and the motivation behind producing consistent reporting....

Brought in to present by DCLT and the Arts Department, Asuka Lin expressed how important art and creativity is for the human race. Lin said when filming winter terrace in Japan, them and their friends ate food for three hours and just kept the camera rolling.

DCLT and Arts Department virtually collaborate with indie filmmaker Asuka Lin

By Chloe Fidler, Voices Editor February 22, 2021

From surrealism to dreams, Japanese and Tawainese filmmaker Asuka Lin centers their work into an exploratory side of hybrids, contradictions and symbiosis within human's identities. Through a Diversity...

For Scholastic Week 2021, Sunday's theme is entitled

Diversity matters: Community members reflect on representation within scholastic journalism

By Vaughan Anoa'i and Andrea Ramirez February 21, 2021

The US Journalism Education Association (JEA) hosts an annual week dedicated to scholastic journalism, where each day is a designated theme that highlights a given topic. For Scholastic Journalism Week...

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Don’t go bakin’ my heart: Students share Valentine’s Day plans amidst pandemic

By Nyah Fernandez, Multimedia Editor February 15, 2021

February: a month filled with love, chocolates and flowers. Many around the world celebrate the February holiday of Valentine's Day holiday with their significant others or loved ones. Since COVID-19 is...

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