Ava Szekely - Features & Photo Editor
The new policy is much less restrictive than previous years, and now explicitly states that “dress code enforcement does not reinforce or increase marginalization or oppression of any group based on race, sex, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, ethnicity, religion, cultural observance, household income, or body type/size.”
Every year, the Standing O Theater company, Oswego High School’s performing arts program, puts on its annual spring production, and this year’s musical was “Chicago.” Those involved in the Standing O have been met with many great obstacles these past couple years—most as a result of COVID—ranging from halted production at the beginning of the pandemic, to having to perform...
ney can make a world of difference. Ms. Tania Sharp and Ms. Andrea Parker both hold leadership positions of the assistant principal of curriculum and instruction and the assistant principal of student services, respectively; they exemplified how despite disadvantageous circumstances, women and young girls everywhere can prevail and succeed.
As I was preparing to write an article for Valentine’s Day, I interviewed random students to see what their pending plans were for the holiday. The feedback I received was consistently negative, with students expressing that they did not want to celebrate the holiday, mainly because of not being in a relationship. BUT… the most important relationship you’ll ever have is with yourself! So, here’s a list of ways to treat yourself this Valentine’s Day.