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Cat Oriel

Cat Oriel, News & Features Editor

Cat Oriel joined the Oracle staff as a contributing writer in 2015, was promoted to Voices Editor in 2017 and is now the News and Features Editor. She is a part of Archer’s varsity volleyball team, co-founder of the Feed2SucceedFund Archer Chapter, a member of the Asian American and Pacific Islander Culture Club and is the CEO of the Arrow Store. She was named the Middle School Poet Laureate in 2013 and the World Language Poet Laureate in 2015. Her other interests include graphic design and dogs.

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An illustration of Mason Ramsey, known as the Yodeling Walmart Kid, wearing his iconic white button-down shirt, red bow-tie, cowboy hat and boots. Ramsey became famous after a video of him singing Lovesick Blues in his local Walmart went viral. Illustration by Saskia Wong-Smith 18.

Commentary: Country boy, I love you

By Cat Oriel, News & Features Editor
April 18, 2018
The 2018 All-Star Game Logo. The game will take place on Feb. 18 in Los Angeles for the sixth time. Image source: 
NBA .

NBA All-Star Game by the Numbers

By Cat Oriel, News & Features Editor
February 17, 2018
A volleyball jersey with the new athletics Artemis logo sits on a table with Laurel Bybees research on the goddess and her final designs. The new logo is on the back of every Archer sports jersey.

Athletics Department rebrands with new Artemis logo

By Cat Oriel, News & Features Editor
September 20, 2017
Cybele Zhang 18 poses in front of The Archer School for Girls. Zhang is Editor-in-Chief of The Oracle for the 2017-2018 school year.

[Photo] Letter from the Editor

By Cybele Zhang, Editor-in-Chief
August 28, 2017
Danielle Roberts, Jenn Babin, Cybele Zhang, Meagan Rowles, Gracie Marx, Jael Ellman, Sophie Evans-Katz, Kamryn Bellamy and Macoy Olhbaum pose during advisory on Halloween in 2015. Babin has been Class Dean of 2018 since 2014, but will be taking on the role of Dean of Students in the fall. Image courtesy of Cybele Zhang.

Jenn Babin appointed as Dean of Students

By Cat Oriel, News & Features Editor
May 24, 2017
Eighth graders Maggie OLeary and Hannah Joe play with beige slime during the slime X-block. The weekly session, led by three sixth graders, teaches girls how to make different types of slime.

Slime trend encourages creativity, entrepreneurship

By Cat Oriel, News & Features Editor
March 22, 2017
Junior Natalie Goldsteins scooter sits in the hallway while Goldstein is in class. During her injury, Goldstein had to use a scooter to get around the school. [In smaller classrooms], I have to leave my scooter outside. I have to hop around and use the desks to move, she said.

Op-Ed: Accessibility: You can never have too much

By Cat Oriel, News & Features Editor
March 12, 2017
The seventh grade class representatives smile during a class meeting on the back field. I love my grade. Theyre all such amazing people, so I wanted to be one of the people to represent them, Langdon Janos 22 said.

Meet the 2016-2017 middle school class reps, president

By Cat Oriel, News & Features Editor
November 11, 2016
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