Editorial: Thank You, Den Echoes

By: Samantha Dickerson

At the end of every year, Den Echoes asks its senior editor-in-chief to write a closing statement about their time here at Orange and how it has impacted their life. They look back on the great things about being on staff and about being the editor. I have read these types of statements for three years and did not want to do that. I felt it was cheesy or too feathery. However, when I started writing different editorials about things I believe we should change or things I couldn’t wait to do when I left, I had to erase it all and start over. Nothing felt exactly right. I think the real reason why I didn’t want to write this is because I knew it was going to be difficult to say goodbye. Continue Reading…

Theatre Will Present One Act Plays

By: Alexcina Wartski

Orange High School’s theatre department is hosting a series of individual, one-scene plays, in OHS Theatre’s 2016 End of Year Showcase. These scenes will be presented on May 20 and 21, at 7 p.m., and  on the 22 as a 2p.m. matinee. Admission is five dollars. Continue Reading…

Women’s Soccer Dominates Northwood on Senior Night

By: Alexcina Wartski

The Orange Panthers defeated the Northwood Chargers 1-0 on Friday, May 6. This was an important game for the Panthers because it determined their place in the State Champions tournament. Continue Reading…

Seniors Shine at Art Show

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On Tuesday, May 3, the Orange High School Art Department hosted a senior art showcase. The goal was to display all of the senior’s best art that they had made over the year. Many pieces were for sale, and the Orange Art Club partnered with the National Art Honor Society to sell small works of art for $5 a piece. The gallery displayed all forms of art, from oil pastels to ink pen to paper mache. Continue Reading…

SoSA Needs YOUR Help!

SoSA list for essentials drive. Photo credit: Mackenzie Grant

By: Mackenzie Grant 

Do you want to help save a life today? There is only one week remaining in the Society of Saint Andrew’s collection drive of essentials. If you want to donate to the cause of Society of Saint Andrews, it is asked you turn in all contributions before May 6. Teachers are accepting these vital donations in Brian Parker’s class (room 406) and Lauren Sullivan’s room (room 321). Society of Saint Andrews not only helps feed the hungry, but they do so much more. They provide necessities such as over the counter medicine, items for infants and children, and personal hygiene for those who are unable to afford it. That is why SoSA’s leader, Brian Parker, is asking for more than just canned goods. Continue Reading…

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