“I thought that it was just a hoax and that, if someone was actually going to commit an action, they would have not put the date,” junior Jacob Bohnert said.
Students selected by WE Club were invited in advance to then attend a workshop after school with the speakers. There, they got into groups, talked about their passions, and got into the issues.
“One of my students can make my day, and then I want to pay it forward and make someone else's day,” Ms. Hardy said. “It’s like a routine: find someone and make their day, and pass it on.”
Piggy’s is Oswego’s newest barbecue restaurant, owned by Liz and Matt Warren and located in the Washington Square Shopping Center, with menu choices from the everyday barbecue pulled pork to a more exotic option of grilled shrimp tacos.
“The Office” forever has and forever will hold a place in my heart, along with everyone else. The sarcasm, jokes and plot twists are what has fans craving more and more—hence why a reboot would be a great idea.
In a hard-fought battle between the Naperville North Huskies and the Oswego Panthers on Tuesday, Dec. 4, it was the Panthers’ determination on offense that secured a 49-41 win over the now 4-3 Huskies.
In general, red areas got redder, and blue areas got bluer. Sense a pattern? As a Republican, I will dive into the results of the midterms and what it could potentially do to affect our society and voting days that will come.
I’m here to tell all you haters that despite what you think, country music is better than it seems.
Even students who are not religious could benefit from a longer moment of silence. They can use this time to think about any family members or friends they may have lost recently, or any sacrifices they have made to better themselves or others.
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Some people have said the worst part of being a photographer is that you’re in none of your photos, but in those moments of pure happiness and joy, I rarely think about being in the frame. I think about capturing others’ happiness because I already know how I’m feeling, but the real challenge is showing how they feel in a single still moment.