Title: The Quest for the Higgs at LEP


Thirty years after the first experimental confirmation of the Standard Model, the mechanism of electroweak symmetry breaking remains elusive; however, precision measurements of the electroweak sector still favor a light Higgs boson. In its final year of running, LEP, the Large Electron Positron Collider at CERN, is being driven to the highest attainable energies in an effort to maximize the combined Higgs discovery potential of the four LEP experiments. The absence of a signal in recent years has also fueled complementary searches for signatures of a nonminimal Higgs sector invoked by many disparate extensions of the Standard Model, including Supersymmetry. I will present the results of the very latest Higgs searches using the OPAL detector at LEP, as well as the combined results of the four LEP experiments.