Charlie Recchia, Editor-in-Chief
I know. I think I know exactly what you are thinking right now, and it’s about the fact that I cease to shut up about music. To that I say, without outlets to help you find new music like me, how would you be able to expand your listening habits? However, I don’t want to give all the credit to myself, as that would be selfish. Therefore, I am here to provide you with even more outlets to discover new music while trapped inside for quarantine. Here are 5 ways that I believe you could use to expand your music listening while stuck inside to avoid the pandemic.
With graduation restructured and prom canceled at OHS, the class of 2020 won’t be given the same experience as previous graduates. This is an unfair phenomenon, to say the least, as some students have waited so long for these moments in their lives that unfortunately might become wasted dreams.
Now that most of us are stuck inside due to the COVID-19 pandemic, now is the perfect time to travel the depths of music exploration. Many may be wondering where to start, but I am here to guide everyone through this amazing and mind opening journey.
There is nothing better to beat boredom than watching a good movie or TV show. If quarantining has been feeling a little dull, then here are three TV shows and movies that I think will make the experience a little more enjoyable!
This is where the True Colors Club of Oswego High School comes into the picture. Not only does this club serve as a great place for LGBTQ+ students to make friends, but it is also a club where the history of LGBTQ+ history and awareness is discussed. Most importantly, it is a safe space for all students to show their “true colors” and feel comfortable for who they are.