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A journal of my life during quarantine

Girl in a hazmat suit writing in a journal

On March 20, 2020, Governor J.B. Pritzker issued the first stay at home order which declared that all schools in Illinois close their doors and commence online learning. Since nothing is open and I have nowhere to go, I thought I’d take this opportunity to journal about my experiences during this social quarantine from April 1 to April 30.

Changing a genre one album at a time: The Click and Neotheater by AJR review

The band started writing, producing and mixing their own music in the living room of their apartment in Manhattan. They started with a harmonica, a piano, and a bass, but now they play a variety of musical instruments.

The best Jokers, ranked

From his first appearance in the comic “Batman No.1” to his most recent appearance in the movie “Joker” (2019), the Joker has changed drastically. For every different Batman series, there is another version of the Joker. Just like clowns at a birthday party, some of these Jokers are better left unheard of. However, the following iterations are unique and deserve attention.

VIDEO: “Minecraft” is making a comeback at OHS

Minecraft windmill

As of recently, the popular game Minecraft has been gaining more traffic than ever due to YouTubers and specific trends in gaming culture. A few students from Oswego High School talk about their experiences with the game and why they think it is growing in popularity.

Tornado warnings and false alarms: Seniors sent off by shelter-in-place, evacuation and early dismissal

Oswego High School parking lot

On May 16, Oswego High School and surrounding areas were placed under a tornado warning, causing students to shelter in place, followed closely by a false fire alarm and evacuation. At the very beginning of 6th period on Thursday, students were rushed into their shelter in place positions where they have to sit down with their heads facing the wall...