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The Purple Tide

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The Purple Tide

Haley Oeur

Haley Oeur, Online Managing Editor

Haley Oeur is a senior in her third year with The Purple Tide. She loves walking into random clubs, and is part of the quiz bowl team, Reader's Club, Photo Club, MHS and more. In her free time, she likes to experiment with songs on her piano and guitar until she can’t remember the original melodies. She also enjoys attempting to read classic novels, walking around museums by herself and taking pictures of anything and everything.

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Council of Food and Centreville High School’s Cooking Club make pumpkin spice pancakes at a joint meeting on Nov. 16.

Cross-school club collaborations create connections

Haley Oeur, Online Managing Editor
February 13, 2024
Chantilly Contests Episode 2

Chantilly Contests Episode 2

Haley Oeur, Online Managing Editor
November 27, 2023
Chantilly Contests Episode 1

Chantilly Contests Episode 1

Haley Oeur, Online Managing Editor
October 4, 2023
At the Jan. 4 curriculum fair, parents discussed different electives with teachers.

What elective should you take?

Haley Oeur, Copy Editor
February 2, 2023
During our visit to see our Canadian cousins, we drove to downtown Toronto. I thought Canada was supposed to be cold, but somehow the humidity of the city was just as bad as in Virginia.

Summer Diaries: Haley Oeur

Haley Oeur, Copy Editor
August 12, 2022
In-school students walk back from lunch.

Reality

Haley Oeur, Staff Writer
April 10, 2021
Freshman Eva Jaber works on her computer at home.

Expectations

Haley Oeur, Staff Writer
April 10, 2021
Giving red envelopes, or 紅包, is also an important tradition during Chinese New Year. Relatives give kids these pockets that contain money. They come in many different shapes, sizes, designs and colors. Red envelopes also serve as congratulatory gifts at weddings or births. “I call my grandparents in Taiwan [and get] red envelopes.” freshman Stephen Tsai said.

Chinese New Year celebrated by many

Haley Oeur, Staff Writer
February 11, 2021
Online shopping has increased as a result of the pandemic, and many packages are arriving from brands like Amazon.

Black Friday becomes month-long event

Haley Oeur, Staff Writer
November 21, 2020
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