The Student Newspaper of Out-of-Door Academy

What’s the Conflama?

Rashona Banks, Staff Writer

Bullying has been the focal point of school conflict for many for years, but one ODA leader is doing more than talking. Ms. L'Tanya Evans, Academic Dean and Head of the O...  Read More »

October 6, 2015 • 0 comments

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Student Travel Makes New Strides

Student Travel Makes New Strides

Dana Saltz, Staff Writer; Visual Editor

Adventure can be scary. Many of us like to remain in our own comfortable bubbles instead of getting out and trying new things. I’m sure we all can relate. But one of the ...  Read More »


Senior Myra Singh embracing the Fijian island life

Thunder Seizes Summer Learning

September 24, 2015


You Will Have “No Ragrets”

September 21, 2015


Hard Shoes to Fill

May 28, 2015

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The Swim Team Dives into Competition

The Swim Team Dives into Competition

Marisa Bregg, Analytics Editor

It's a bird. It's a plane. It is an ODA kid swim meet athlete going as fast as a shark. At ODA, football and volleyball are part of the fall student culture as many hang...  Read More »

September 21, 2015 • 0 comments

PicMonkey Collage

Football Culture Takes Over Friday Nights

September 8, 2015

New ODA Football Coach Brings Storm of Enthusiam

May 22, 2015


A Rowing Star in the Making

May 22, 2015

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Mr. Munson's Portrait Work

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    The Latin root word plex means “weave.” This Latin root is the word origin of a good number of English vocabulary words, including complexity, perplexed, and googolplex. The Latin root word plex is easily recalled through the word duplex, for a “duplex” is a single building in which two living spaces have been “woven” together.Like […]
  • The Official SAT Question of the Day for Friday, October 9
    The following sentence contains either a single error or no error at all. If the sentence contains an error, select the one underlined part that must be changed to make the sentence correct. If the sentence contains no error, select choice E. Today  more than  two million Mayan Indians  live in  northern   A   B  Yucatán and highland Guatemala […]