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North reels, rants, and rejoices: Trump two months later

Sam Holloway, North Co-Editor-in-Chief

During primary season, Donald Trump’s wild outbursts and radical opinions seemed unreal compared to the tempered, more experienced viewpoints of his Republican competitors. He triumphed over his more...  Read More »

Jan 19

Recent News Stories

ENHS debates: Will Trump fit his role?

January 19, 2017

UCO is offering a new speech class at Memorial

UCO is offering a new speech class at Memorial

December 19, 2016

Student Council chooses 2017 Swine Week recipient

Student Council chooses 2017 Swine Week recipient

December 19, 2016

Debate takes titles at a recent event

December 19, 2016

Black Friday:  the history and reality of the infamous holiday

Black Friday: the history and reality of the infamous holiday

December 2, 2016

Decking the halls

Decking the halls

December 1, 2016

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Student Life

North reels, rants, and rejoices: Trump two months later

Sam Holloway, North Co-Editor-in-Chief

During primary season, Donald Trump’s wild outbursts and radical opinions seemed unreal compared to the tempered, more experienced viewpoints of his Republican competitors....  Read More »

Jan 19

Bulldog learning opportunities abroad

Bulldog learning opportunities abroad

Megan Milligan and Chandler Morrison

On Nov. 29, two Memorial students have been awarded the opportunity to visit France for two weeks during the spring of 2017 and these students, junior Paige Frey and senior...  Read More »

Jan 9

Key Club: making a difference

Key Club: making a difference

Emily Ogletree, Memorial Staff Writer

This year, Key Club working exceptionally hard to impact our school and community as one of the oldest and largest service programs for high school students. It is a student-led...  Read More »

Nov 22

Royalty: the foundation of Swine Week

Royalty: the foundation of Swine Week

Taylor Berkheimer, Memorial Print Copy Editor

Royalty plays an instrumental role in Swine Week and contributes a large amount of money to the cause every year. Last year, Royalty alone raised over $80,000. Some of the ...  Read More »

Nov 22

  • Bulldog debaters learn to deliberate
  • Edmond North 2016 Powderpuff Football
  • North “leads” the way: 2016 North Leadership Retreat

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Feature

Kon’nichiwa from Memorial

Kon’nichiwa from Memorial

Samantha Thompson, Memorial Staff Writer

  Life begins when one steps out of their comfort zone. This is why every adventurer’s dream is to travel towards the rising sun and experience something new. This is the opportunity that juniors at Memorial,...  Read More »

Dec 19

Recent Feature Stories

  • Santa Fe Robotics team hosts science program December 12, 2016
  • Spinning the wheel; a once in a lifetime experience December 6, 2016
  • Orchestrating a quartet: Orchestra performs for state government December 1, 2016
  • Bulldog marching band’s successful season November 30, 2016

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Personality Profiles

Meet Sally Stewart

Meet Sally Stewart

Grace Douglas, Memorial Managing Editor

There has been a new face in the halls on Edmond Memorial because of the start of a new school year....  Read More »

Dec 16

Recent Personality Profiles Stories

  • Meet James Garrison December 15, 2016
  • Leading the pack: Keegan Myers elected OASC president November 29, 2016
  • Justin Buckner: new year, new teacher October 27, 2016

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Sports

Boys’ Basketball left upset starting the season

Boys’ Basketball left upset starting the season

Jaimin Patel and Reka Nagykaldi

The Edmond high school rivalry, better known as Edlam, proved to be a difficult start for the varsity Bulldog boys basketball team. On Nov. 29 and Dec. 2, the team played their competitors for a chance to be city champs. Last...  Read More »

Dec 19

Recent Sports Stories

  • Swimming makes a splash December 19, 2016
  • Edlam: girls basketball December 16, 2016
  • Boys swimming: splashing into the season December 16, 2016

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Opinions

Are college scholarships even legitimate?

Are college scholarships even legitimate?

Taylor Adams, Santa Fe Staff Writer

As high school students approach their junior and senior year, the pressure of college finances and scholar...  Read More »

Dec 19

Recent Opinions Stories

Post pandemonium: Anti-Trump protests

Post pandemonium: Anti-Trump protests

December 19, 2016

Dangers of instant gratification

Dangers of instant gratification

December 19, 2016

What is the value of our children’s education?

What is the value of our children’s education?

December 19, 2016

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Reviews

Somewhat “Magnificent Seven”

Somewhat “Magnificent Seven”

Chandler Morrison, Memorial Staff Writer

“The Magnificent Seven” is a tale of a ragtag team of seven men in the old west hired to stop a ruthless...  Read More »

Dec 19

Recent Reviews Stories

  • Revival of our favorite relationship December 19, 2016
  • “Hallelujah!” They’re back: Pentatonix World Tour 2016 December 15, 2016
  • An inspirational story creates an inspirational movie December 12, 2016

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The student news sites of Edmond Public Schools
The student news sites of Edmond Public Schools