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C.J. Hellinger, Features Editor

C.J. Hellinger, Features Editor
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I am a sophomore, and this is my first year on 42Fifty. I am the Features Co-Editor. My other extracurriculars include cross country, track and field and Democracy Team. I am a dedicated student and spend most of my time on school and running, and I have little time for anything else.

The Best Bands You’ve Never Heard Of, No. 1: The Frights

The frights band

Welcome to “Bands C.J. likes,” a series in which I, C.J. Hellinger, will review a variety of obscure bands, and why I like them so much. There will be a new entry every few weeks, so be sure to check back every now and then! Without further ado, let me introduce you to The Frights.

OHS should offer AP Macro

Graph showing aggregate supply versus aggregate demand

AP Macroeconomics isn’t just a class useful to those interested in its material—it is a useful class for skills needed throughout life.

Oswego High School’s past, present and future

Graphic Credit: Adam Torres

The timeline of our very own school’s history is more complex and interesting than we think—so, let’s take it back a few years, pull out those blueprints, and investigate the beginnings of OHS.

NAHS to paint mural in honor of Ms. Larsen

The mural, which will be painted by National Arts Honors Society and B.I.O.N.I.C., will replace the current tree that’s in front of the math and science office. It will serve as a memorial to Ms. Larsen for many years to come.

The National Art Honors Society, overseen by Mr. Michael Skura, will paint a mural in memorial of beloved teacher, the late Ms. Nicole Larsen and the morals she represented.

Happy birthday, teachers! OHS choirs deliver singing telegrams

The telegrams only happen during third period, when every member of these two groups has A Capella Choir.

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