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Untitled, Ep. 2: The Pineapple Dilemma

Untitled logo, a cassette tape

Staff editors Mack Hulke and David Brant talk for 15 minutes about stupid things they found on Twitter’s Moments section, ranging from goats being mayors to pineapples being peeled…yeah, this is a weird one.

Album review: ‘Forbidden’ by Todrick Hall

Forbidden by Todrick Hall album review

He started his career with musicals like “Straight Outta Oz” and then to went to Broadway to be the lead in “Kinky Boots.” Later in his career, Hall explored the genres of rhythm and blues, pop, and neo-soul with his 2014 album “Pop Star High.” His third and most recent solo studio album “Forbidden” was the first time that the artist dipped his toes into the hip-hop genre with elements of R&B and neo-soul.

61 OHS students take home Scholastic Art & Writing Awards

Scholastic Art & Writing Awards logo

A plethora of students at Oswego High School submitted pieces of art and writing to be judged and reviewed. Out of those students, 61 were chosen to either receive a Gold Key, Silver Key, or an Honorable Mention.

Is Ariana Grande a plagiarist?

'7 rings' album cover

The life of a famous person can be littered with controversies. Ariana Grande is one of the most famous pop stars at the moment, and she has found a way to land herself into a bit of a scuffle. Grande has been accused of plagiarizing her newest single “7 Rings” from rappers Princess Nokia, Soulja Boy, 2 Chainz. Plagiarism is taking something that someone else created and passing it off as your own.

The rise of Apple, Inc.: 1970s-2019

In order to understand the evolution of Apple, one must start at the very beginning.

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