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Ana Iracheta, Spanish & Social Media Editor

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Hi! My name is Ana Iracheta and I am a Junior at Oswego High School. I am very excited to start my first year as a part of 42Fifty as Social Media editor and Spanish editor. In my free time outside of school I enjoy sewing, reading, eating nerds ropes and spinning around on my aerial silk. I also love taking my dog on walks and giving him many unnecessary treats because he’s cute.

District 308 Introduces SHIELD Testing

high school students walking in the red brick hallway passing the nurses office

To prevent the unwanted widespread of the virus, the District recently implemented SHIELD testing. The goal of these saliva-based covid-tests is to identify any asymptomatic students that may be infected with the virus as well as provide easy access to quick-result Covid testing for students and family members.

The Best Haunted Houses Near Oswego

Creepy gray cartoon house in front of purple night time background. Has ghosts, bats and yellow tinted windows.

The leaves are changing color, the air is crisp, Starbucks has the Pumpkin Spice Latte back on the menu; spooky season is finally here! Are you sick of spending your Halloween eating the candy that was left over from the bucket for the trick-or treaters? Well, why not spend the night of terror at your favorite haunted house?

[TRAD.] Celebrando Hispanas en Oswego

portraits of each of the interviewed women in the article posing in class at school. The four portraits are stiched together horizontally.

Read in English here El 15 de septiembre: el inicio de una larga fiesta que celebra una rica cultura. Nos gusta llamar este periodo de tiempo, El Mes Internacional de la Herencia Hispana. Esos son 31 para honrar a nuestros ancestros, la legacia que nos han dejado, y nuestra cultura que nos distingue...

Hispanic Heritage Month: Celebrating Hispanas at OHS

portraits of each of the interviewed women in the article posing in class at school. The four portraits are stiched together horizontally.

This year, I decided to take a moment and focus on other young Hispanas like myself who attend Oswego High School. It's about time that we put the spotlight on the generations of our hardworking Hispanas and listen to what they have to say. By doing this, we can make it up to our abuelitas that lacked the opportunity to make their voices heard, paving the way for generations yet to come. 

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