The GWUOHS Mentor Program

Dina Sofair

October 16, 2018

Filed under GWUOHS News, Uncategorized

High school is complicated, undoubtedly more so than middle school. You’ve got more work, which is harder to balance with the increased number and rigor of your extracurriculars. You’re beginning to prepare for college and/or...

Mid-Term Election Day Approaches

Alexandra H.

October 12, 2018

Filed under News

  As election day approaches,the controversy between Republicans and Democrats is vividly inducing vile reactions among Americans. Subsequent to the recent confirmation of the Associate Justice of the Supre...

Congratulations! We Made It! – A Farewell Note From Your Editor

Stephanie Katherine Y., Editor

June 9, 2018

Filed under Feature, GWUOHS News, News, Opinion, Top Stories

Dear Fellow Yawpers, It is with a very heavy heart that I write this good-bye message. When I was a sophomore, I so wanted to be a part of a school club. I was ecstatic when I learned that GWUOHS had a school newspaper,...

2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics

Meadow T., Contributor

March 12, 2018

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Global News, Media, News

And the winner is... 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics Edition It’s two days until the Olympics are officially over, and much has happened in the short span of time of which it takes place: the Russian “ war ” betwee...

Never Again and Schools Threatening Suspension

Anna B., Contributor

March 12, 2018

Filed under National News, News

"When did politics and money from the NRA become more important than our lives?" - Majory Stone Douglas Student, Phillip, during Parkland teens' march on the capitol building.   One week after the Majory Stone Douglas...

DECEMBER TRADITIONS POLL

Stephanie Katherine Y., Co-Editor/Contributor

December 21, 2017

Filed under Feature, GWUOHS News, News, Top Stories

This month, the Yawp sent out the first annual poll asking GWUOHS students and staff to share their favorite December traditions! The results were incredible-- students shared that they always bake cookies with their familie...

World News Snapshot – December 2017

Stephanie Katherine Y., Co-Editor/Contributor

December 21, 2017

Filed under Global News, News

December 2017. Here's what you need to know in the world: GOP Passes Landmark Tax Bill The landmark tax bill was supported in the House 224-201, with no Democrats supporting it and 12 House GOP members voting no. In the Senat...

Math Lab Now Open!

Dina S., Contributor

December 16, 2017

Filed under GWUOHS News, Students in the News

Scenario 1: You have a worksheet of math problems to do. You know it’s going to take you a long while to complete because it’s based around a concept you only just learned, and you haven’t gotten a firm grasp on it yet....

Writing Center Now Open!

Dina S., Contributor

December 16, 2017

Filed under GWUOHS News, Students in the News

Writing is undoubtedly an important skill in life, but the magnitude of its importance is often lost on middle and high school students. In the academic world, effective writing acts as a tool that can take you nearly wherever...

GWUOHS Senior Filed Trip 2017

Nina H., Contributor

October 30, 2017

Filed under GWUOHS News

GWUOHS Senior Field Trip             Calling all seniors! On December 1, 2017, GWUOHS invites all seniors to go on a field trip. The students will go to the Smithsonian National Museum of American History and News in Wa...

GWUOHS Student Athlete Club

Nina H., Contributor

October 30, 2017

Filed under GWUOHS News, Student Athletes

FEATURE - GWUOHS Student Athlete Club                 Are you an athlete looking to connect with other fellow fitness lovers? Do you enjoy learning about injury prevention, balancing school and sports, and training te...

Farewell, GWUOHS Seniors!

Ashley H., Contributor

June 2, 2017

Filed under Feature, GWUOHS News, Student Profiles

It's that time of year again, readers. The end of the school year is bearing down upon us, and after this month, the Yawp will go into hibernation until the fall. However, let's not dwell on that. For though the 2016-2017 scho...

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