Texas Senate Bill 1646 (yet unnamed by its authors) seeks to classify parents enabling gender-affirming healthcare for their Transgender children as abusive, qualifying those children to be… Read more “#STOP1646: Trans Youth Deserve Healthcare”
Camp Oak Hallows “triple-dog dares” Tesla’s Technoking, Elon Musk, to sponsor a STEM Academy, and build a school-to-career pipeline of engineers with diplomas.
Memorials and monuments are just one way we can grant eternal life to people who have made a difference in our world. And now, with Camp Oak… Read more “Have you always wanted your name on a Dedication plaque? Your moment has arrived.”
Description: a TikTok video of @vl_gaffney, a young woman, dimly lit with red light. She is lip-syncing to an audio called “Wand Substitutes Challenge” which is a… Read more “OAKS TikTok Sound Challenge: “Wand Substitutes””
Now on Kickstarter, the pre-launch page for OAKS, a new YA Fantasy about American magic unlike any other “wizarding world” story before.
Per the 10 Year Plan, COH hopes to open specialized “Academies” programs by Winter Term 2025-26, such as Culinary Science, Athletic Departments, and Arts. Larger programs like… Read more “Academies”
There are a few ways Camp Oak Hallows differs from traditional “boarding schools” as most know them, and these distinctions are significant when it comes to discussions… Read more “Uniforms, Formal Attire, Insignia, and Awards”
Tylar Davidson for History 340 with Dr. Harney The Tale of the Heike is a piece of popular Japanese literature that examines the feud that occurred between… Read more “History Versus Taira no Kiyomori”
Tylar Orion Davidson for History 340 with Dr. Harney The establishment of the Tokugawa Shogunate in 1600 brought peace and prosperity to a Japan that had been… Read more “The Samurai and Their Changing Social Roles During the Tokugawa Shogunate”
Tylar Orion Davidson for History 110 with Dr. Harney The political ideology that has exerted the most effect upon the bureaucracy of China is Confucianism. It was… Read more “Confucianism and its effects on the Chinese Bureaucracy”