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Gifts that Show You Don’t Care

By Peter Anderson, Sean Bowman, Tyler Carroll, Eli Guseman Have you ever received a gift and thought: “What were they thinking?”, “Where did they even get this from?”, or just plain out “why?”? The Current OC is here to help you stay away from giving

Tabano’s Take on…Humility

by Mr. Tabano, Editor-in-Chief, The Billows The list of motivational thoughts, inspirational quotes, and proverbial adages that I can remember from my early days as a competitive amateur wrestler is seemingly innumerable.  Whether it was something I heard or read, it seemed like these notable

The Ocean City Food Bank

by Tucker Birmingham Food is something most people take for granted. It is sometimes hard to imagine that many people can’t afford a necessity like food, even so near to our very own homes in Ocean City. The Ocean City Ecumenical Council’s Food Bank, a

Operation Christmas Child is a Success

by JoHannah Newman    With the holiday season almost upon us, it is important to keep in mind those less fortunate, and open our hearts.  We must remember those whose Christmas list isn’t filled with the latest edition of the iPhone or extravagant gifts, but

GO ARMY! BEAT NAVY! … OR VICE VERSA!

By Paul Stanton This Saturday at 3:00 p.m., one of the greatest athletic and national traditions will take place just down the expressway at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, the Army – Navy football game. The Army – Navy game is an American college football rivalry between the teams of

Hurricane Sandy

by Tucker Birmingham As everyone knows, the northeast coast was recently hit violently by the superstorm hurricane, Sandy. Though Ocean City was harmed by this storm, many other places were affected as well. New York and Long Beach Island might never be the same as

OCHS Presents “A Christmas Carol”

By JoHannah Newman Christmas is coming once again.  This year OCHS has embodied the joy of Christmas spirit in their fall play “A Christmas Carol”. Everyone knows (or should know) the classic Dickens story of the old, stingy businessman named Ebenezer Scrooge (played by Austin

A Very Vegan Holiday

by Aimee Ferenz Mashed potatoes, stuffing, lasagna, cranberry sauce, corn, biscuits, turkey, ham. These dishes are commonly associated with Holiday dinnertime feasts, unless of course, you’re either a vegan or vegetarian. Though it’s a statistic commonly overlooked, 5% of the country’s population describe themselves as

The Tyranny of the Majority

by Steve Pashuck As America’s most recent election season rolled around, its citizens were able to witness democracy at its finest, or some might argue at its worst.  Whatever your perspective is on its finer points, the pistons that drive our democracy were churning at

Getting Into the Holiday Spirit

by Lauren Burch “Instead of being a time of unusual behavior, Christmas is perhaps the only time in the year when people can obey their natural impulses and express their true sentiments without feeling self-conscious and, perhaps, foolish.  Christmas, in short, is about the only

Disney Buys Lucasfilm

By Chrissy Taylor Since 1977, George Lucas’s famous Star Wars franchise has become a worldwide phenomenon. Everything from toys, clothing, and video games to even a TV interpretation called The Clone Wars has been created to promote and show appreciation for this sensation in the