• The answer is…

    The answer is…

    Rebecca Woodhouse, Feature Editor

    December 1, 2016

    Quick trivia question- what is the longest running quiz program on TV? If you guessed It’s Academic, you would be correct! It’s Academic is a quiz show, where teams of three students from three high schools meet together to compete. They are asked a variety of questions, from typical trivia subjects... READ MORE »»

    (photo courtesy Dr. Jackie Fernandez)

    photo courtesy of Dr. Fernandez

  • Black Friday Madness

    Black Friday Madness

    Brendan Bellingham, Staff Writer

    November 30, 2016

    Every year Black Friday brings a wave of violence over material possessions. While some wait for Cyber Monday, many crazed Americans leave their Thanksgivings table to fight for their Christmas presents until the bitter end. Stores may seem prepared, what  with beefed up security and stocked shelves, ... READ MORE »»

    (Photo Courtesy of Google Images)

  • NOTICIAS: El Club del Patrimonio Hispano

    NOTICIAS: El Club del Patrimonio Hispano

    Ethan Sullivan, Editor-in-chief

    November 28, 2016

      Para el resto del año, el Oakton Outlook piensa colgar las actividades del club en esta página web. Recuerde chequear aquí para noticias, anuncios, fotos, y cuentos sobre el club. La vamos a actualizar a menudo.   El Primer Paso El lunes, el Club del Patrimonio Hispano hizo s... READ MORE »»

    Camila Fajardo (izquierda) y Sintya Coreas (derecha) son algunas de las primeras miembras del Club del Patrimonio Hispano. ¡Quieren que más gente hispana e hispanohablante se inscribe! (foto por Ethan Sullivan)

    Ethan Sullivan

  • Tutors present at the 2016 CAPTA Conference

    Tutors present at the 2016 CAPTA Conference

    Kathryn Tatum, Editor-in-Chief

    November 14, 2016

    A group of tutors from the Oakton Center for Collaborative Learning attended a tutoring conference at George Mason University on Friday, Nov. 11. CAPTA (Capital Area Peer Tutoring Association), a nonprofit tutoring organization, hosted the conference. Over 51 secondary schools and 400 students attended... READ MORE »»

    Oakton tutors at the conference

Graceful yet lively shows of “Cyrano!” this weekend

Graceful yet lively shows of “Cyrano!” this weekend

Jessica Marshall, Arts and Entertainment Editor

 Yet another successful weekend for Oakton Theatre, with the production of “Cyrano!” on December 1-3. This was the continuation of the first semester project for Drama 3 and 4 students, as half of them acted in “Cyrano!” and the other half in “Once i...  Read More »

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What’s Art?

What’s Art?

Hannah Cho, Staff Writer

The Fine Arts program at Oakton High School welcomes aspiring artists and creative minds alike, as well as the very students who claim that they cannot draw. While it is clear to many that art can be pursued by only the naturally talented, the ones who...  Read More »

Dec 1 • 1 Comment

Getting to know the newer teachers at Oakton

Rebecca Woodhouse, Feature Editor and Ishika Jain, Indepth Editor

This year there have been many great additions to the Oakton High School staff. To name a few, in the science department, Mr. Kellenberger is now teaching physics. The math department lucked out in getting Ms. Kelly to teach BC Calc. In addition, Mr....  Read More »

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Seniors recognized at fall sports senior nights

November 17, 2016

College Football Playoff Prediction

College Football Playoff Prediction

November 15, 2016

Scandal in South Korea

November 14, 2016

Dory swims to the hearts of people with mental disabilities

Dory swims to the hearts of people with mental disabilities

November 14, 2016

Digging to Philosophical Art Essence

Digging to Philosophical Art Essence

November 14, 2016

Who’s The Real King of The Fall?

November 14, 2016

The Warriors and Cavaliers Begin the Season

The Warriors and Cavaliers Begin the Season

November 14, 2016

A Probable Vine Shutdown

A Probable Vine Shutdown

November 14, 2016

Seniors recognized at fall sports senior nights

Kristen Peters, Copy Editor

Nov 17 • No Comments

College Football Playoff Prediction

College Football Playoff Prediction

Matthew Corgnati, Business Manager/ Staff Writer

      After the past weeks of upsets throughout the top ten teams of the college football world, the 4 team college football playoff is looking a lot different than many people thought it would. Thro...  Read More »

Nov 15 • No Comments

The Warriors and Cavaliers Begin the Season

The Warriors and Cavaliers Begin the Season

Nathan Tankel, Staff Writer

After the end of the 2015-2016 NBA season, the Warriors and the Cavaliers were regarded as the best teams in the league. They played in the finals where the Cavaliers came back from a 3-1 lead to defeat the Warriors. LeBron...  Read More »

Nov 14 • No Comments

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The Aftermath of the Presidential Election

Lindsey Katsaros, News Editor

The nation is still in shock from Tuesday night’s election results. Leading up, most major news outlets made it seem as if Hillary Clinton had already won the election. L...  Read More »

Nov 14 • No Comments

Uncle Sam Wrestles The Bear

Fabian Gonzalez-Cortes, Staff Writer

The Quagmire The Bush administration set the trend for the next decade of U.S. foreign policy when it used evidence that the intelligence community widely assessed as unre...  Read More »

Oct 31 • No Comments

When Should You Stop Trick-or-Treating?

Gaby Brennan

As soon as October 1 rolls in, children from all over start preparing for their favorite fall holiday: Halloween. Candy and costumes are bought, pumpkins are carved, and fake...  Read More »

Oct 27 • No Comments

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