Caroline Watkins: Founder of Makia Trucker Co.

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Over the course of the summer, students find various ways to keep themselves busy. Some prepare for the fall athletics season while others might...

The Constant Change of a Pandemic Year: The ’21-’22 School Year

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As we step forward into the upcoming school year, many things remain up in the air. When the COVID-19 pandemic began over a year...

College Connections: Adam Hughes (’18) at the University of Connecticut

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Tucked away within the heart of the picturesque trees of northeastern Connecticut sits the 140-year-old rural University of Connecticut, or UCONN. Over 27,000 students,...

Pakistan: A Memorable Summer Vacation

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After a freshman year full of uncertainty, sophomore Mohid Ali (‘24) was ready for an escape. Mohid’s summer trip to Pakistan was full of...

Shining Light on Local Female and Non-Binary Artists

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Driving westward down Britton Road, perhaps on your way to school, you might see a pop of color just before you cross Western. Surprise...

Student Council President Jonah Craine Shares How Students Can Have Fun...

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Are you curious if Upper Division students will be able to enjoy “normal” student activities this school year, such as pep rallies, Fall Fest,...

Camp Counselor, Hiking Veteran, and Shaving-Cream Attack Victim: Katie Spiropoulos

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After nine summers spent at Camp Classen in Davis, Oklahoma, Katie Spiropoulos (’22) experienced camp from a whole new perspective as a counselor this...

New Strength and Conditioning Coach Dakota Moran Makes Us Stronger in...

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Coming into the new school year, there is a multitude of questions about how athletics may return in full force to the Casady community,...

Back and In-Person: Oklahoma Summer Arts Institute

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This year, the Oklahoma Summer Arts Institute (OSAI) brought together 262 high school students from all across Oklahoma to participate in an intensive but...

College Connections: Advice for Rising Seniors and Juniors

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Do you ever wonder what is the “magic number” of colleges to apply to, or curious how some seniors make balancing schoolwork and the...

College Connections: Celine Vuong at Washington University in St. Louis

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Which university hosted the first American Olympics? In 1904, the Third Olympiad and first Olympic Games held in the United States took place in...

Disc Golfing and A Zombie Language: A Conversation with Dr. Buchheim

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If you’ve gone through the Casady Middle Division on your journey to the Upper School, you have definitely encountered Magistra Titus, Mr. Bryan, or...

Around the World with Mrs. Pardue

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From the bustling, crowded streets of France, to the sunny, temperate climate of Ethiopia, Mrs. Pardue has done it all. She traveled around the...

Superstar Point Guard PJ Mitchell-Johnson (’21) Commits to Emporia State University

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With everything going on in the world this last year, finding something that brings you joy and comfort is more important than ever. For...

All-State Orchestra Online: “The Mortifying Ordeal of Being Known”

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Written by: Olivia Wang ('23) and Abby Fakhoury ('22) “Online orchestra” sounds like an oxymoron. How can a group of musicians come together and blend...

College Connections: Teddy Jacobsen at Washington and Lee University

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Which university has hosted a Mock Convention since 1908 and has accurately predicted 20 out of 26 times who the non-incumbent political party will...

Peter Johnstone Learns Japanese

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Around the holidays, Casady’s class of 2022 took in its newest addition: Peter Johnstone ('22) from Brooklyn, New York.  Peter moved to Oklahoma City in...

“An Instrument of Chaos:” Ethan Tubb and his Banjo

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If you happen to be passing by the lawn between Miller and Hightower in the early morning or at lunch break on a sunny...

College Connections: Yasmin Hamilton at Amherst College

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What college is home to the 30th U.S. President, a European prince, and the author who won a MacArthur "Genius Grant" and wrote the...

The Story of a Science Olympian

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Casady Senior James Lowe's ('21) Science Olympiad journey all started in 2016, when he was just an 8th grader. Since then, he's been a...