Orange Media publications are official student-produced mediums of news and information published by the Journalism students of Olentangy Orange High School. The publications have been established as a designated public forum for student journalists to inform, educate and entertain readers as well as for the discussion of issues of concern to their audience. They  will not be reviewed or restrained by school officials, adults or sources prior to publication.

The content of the publications is determined by and reflects only the views of the student staff and not school officials or the school itself. They will not publish any material, determined by the staff or adviser, that is libelous, obscene or disruptive to the school day.

The advisers are Kari Phillips and Brian Nicola. Readers may respond to the publications through Letters to the Editor. Letters may be mailed, e-mailed to or dropped off to room 2223. The staff asks that submissions be 300 words or less and contain the author’s name and signature. Editors reserve the right to edit or withhold publication of letters.

The publications strive to uphold the Canons of Professional Journalism, which includes accuracy, impartiality, etc. Therefore, major errors will be corrected in the next issue. Distinction will be marked between news and opinion stories.

May 4, 2018

A few members of the Courier staff, senior Maeve O’Boyle, junior Livie Mauger and I, took a trip downtown to Eat, Purr, Love: A cat cafe in located in Clintonville, at 3041 Indianola Ave. near downtown Columbus on Feb. 16 during the long weekend.

When visitors first wal...

Sex trafficking in Ohio alone has grown from 289 cases to 375 cases in the last year, according to the sex trafficking organization called the Polaris Project. In addition, 1352 calls were made to the National Human Trafficking Hotline in reference to Ohio. Traffickers...

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) repealed net neutrality this past December and many Americans are not happy about it. To wrap it up, net neutrality by dictionary definition is the principle that Internet service providers should enable access to all content...

"It was a Friday night of my freshman year, and I was sleeping over at a girlfriend’s house. We decided to walk two blocks down the street to a local pizza place everyone hung out at. We stayed for a while, then started walking back to her house. A car pulled up alongs...

What do Hindu, Muslim, Christian and Agnostic students have in common? More than one might think. Despite the vast differences in their religions, all of these people desire the same thing: respect of their beliefs and a country in which diversity brings people togethe...

February 2, 2018

Winter is here, and it isn’t always the most “holly and jolly” time of year for everyone. Seasonal Affective Disorder (S.A.D.) affects four to six percent of the population and mildly affects 10 to 20 percent, according to the American Family Physician (aafp. org).


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