The Review

Book Nook: Ready Player One Moving to the Big Screen

Alexander Walters, Reporter

May 4, 2018

Imagine a world where humanity no longer lives on Earth. Instead, the lives of most humans are spent in the Oasis, a virtual reality simulator that allows people to escape the declining world around them, avoiding the effects...

Netflix says goodbye to Disney

Hannah Roberts, reporter

November 7, 2017

Most of us remember grabbing a bowl of cereal on a Saturday morning and sitting down to watch our favorite Disney shows as a child. As we’ve gotten older, some of those shows have stuck with us through either the middle of th...

We Card Sophomore and Under

Megan Olmsted, Reporter

April 18, 2017

It has always been a debate at Ottawa High School and at many other high schools. Should underclassmen be allowed at prom? At many schools, underclassmen are allowed to go to prom, but only if their date is an upperclassman. Up un...

Ferioli: Back in Business

Anissa Ferioli, Reporter

March 2, 2017

On behalf of The Review staff Newspaper is one of those classes that make a person really think about how to write. I was in newspaper my sophomore year and was a horrible writer, but this class made me better. That’s why I w...

How Much Is Too Much?

Megan Olmsted, Reporter

December 15, 2016

Every high school student has most likely had the nights where they’re up late doing homework, knowing they’ll just have to do it all again the next day. Sometimes, no matter how early the homework is started, it’s imposs...

The Redundancy of YA Lit

The Redundancy of YA Lit

December 15, 2016

Life In Perspective

Chloe Jones, Reporter

December 15, 2016

On behalf of The Review staff There was a time in American history when we walked instead of drove, technology was a dream yet unimagined and religion was a key factor in everyday life. However, we still had the necessary water ac...

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