Articles by: Brenda Blohm

ONW Karaoke Night was a big success

Last Tuesday, the ONW Choir Department held their first Karaoke Night featuring teachers and students singing and dancing their hearts out.  We talked to Ms. […]

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ONW Ravens swim to a successful season

The swimming and diving team has done very well this year with 5 wins 2 losses. Just like any other winter sport the team has […]

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The Girl Who Wasn’t There

The Girl Who Wasn’t There

Who: Raven Repertory Company presents What: The Girl Who Wasn’t There by Lezlie Revelle, a written piece specifically for the students of the Olathe Northwest […]

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FIRST Robotics Season Begins

Last weekend, January 7th, the ONW FIRST Robotics team held their kickoff for the 2011-2012 season by seeing their game animation for this years tournament. […]

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Student naturalist’s newest tenant

Down in room 1111, Student Naturalist classes take care of several different kinds of animals, including snakes, turtles and the occasional iguana.  This year, the […]

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The next big movie phenomenon

The next big movie phenomenon

Throughout our lifetime, several popular book series have been made into movies, including the “Twilight” saga and the “Harry Potter” series. It’s time to add […]

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ACT Prep Class

ACT Prep Class

Students, get your pencils and erasers ready!  Yesterday at 6:30 pm in the Raven’s Nest, the annual ACT Prep class for juniors and seniors taking the […]

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NFL update

NFL update

This season, in the NFL, teams are just recovering on the almost lock up of the NFL over the summer, while still providing entertainment for […]

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A magical sport taking flight

A magical sport taking flight

When you think of sports at college, you think of football, baseball or basketball.  But just a few years ago, a new college sport was […]

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The power of technology in Turkey

The power of technology in Turkey

Over the weekend, several earthquakes hit the small area of Van in Turkey, with a maximum magnitude of 7.2 out of ten on the Richter scale.  […]

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