Excitement and uncertainty in the transition from remote to in-person

By: Disha Dhingra and Ariana Nayak              On September 9, the halls of Old Bridge High School met waves of confused students. Now, more adjusted, students and staff have various feelings about being back.               Junior Malina Alwis says” The transition has been difficult because I can’t find motivation … not having anything to do for months to now having a list ofContinue reading “Excitement and uncertainty in the transition from remote to in-person”

Girls soccer team defeats Middletown South, advances to quarterfinals

BY MATTHEW MANGAM             The girls soccer team defeated Middletown South by a score of 1-0 in the first round of the Central Jersey Group IV Tournament yesterday.             Senior Ava Morales scored the only goal in the game on a free kick 16 minutes into the second half. Morales said, “We really put inContinue reading “Girls soccer team defeats Middletown South, advances to quarterfinals”

Girls volleyball team prepares for State tournament

BY NATALIE GOLDBERG             The girls volleyball team defeated Highland Park and Mother Seton to advance in the Greater Middlesex Conference Tournament by a score of 2-0 in each game. October 23, the Knights faced rival East Brunswick in the GMC semifinals, leaving them with a 2-0 defeat. They have now turned their focus toContinue reading “Girls volleyball team prepares for State tournament”

BC2M Club opens a new chapter of mental health awareness

BY KATELYN BUCHALTER and DANIELLA BOROVSKAIA               As students dive further into the school year, club programs are on the rise.  Bring Change to Mind focuses on spreading awareness and educating people about the importance of mental health among teens.               The leaders of the new OBHS chapter of BC2M hope to change any prejudiceContinue reading “BC2M Club opens a new chapter of mental health awareness”

Girls soccer team reaches GMC semifinals

BY MATTHEW MANGAM Sports Editor             The Girls’ varsity soccer team defied outsiders’ expectations by reaching the Greater Middlesex Conference Tournament Semifinals, but narrowly lost 1-0 to East Brunswick. “It is always tough to lose against a rival such as East Brunswick, but it was a heroic effort by the girls, and they left itContinue reading “Girls soccer team reaches GMC semifinals”