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Dylan Jahnke, Editor-in-Chief

Dylan Jahnke, Editor-in-Chief
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I’m Dylan Jahnke, and this is my second year with 42Fifty, which I first joined as a staff member. I am a senior at Oswego High School, and I plan to study mass communications/music management in college. I hope to one day have my own radio talk show or get into artist management. If I’m not writing or editing for 42Fifty, I’m either working at Culver’s, hanging out with friends and family, or doing homework. I am humbled to say I began my 42Fifty career my junior year as a staff writer, then Arts & Entertainment editor first semester of my senior year and now Editor-in-Chief.

CrankyJahnke, Vol. 1: Cold, colder and coldest

Dylan Jahnke's angry bitmoji face

Do you remember the last time you went outside and said, “Wow, what a beautiful day it is today”? Yeah, me neither. This winter has been a drag, and I’ve had enough of it. Don’t get me wrong, December and the so-called “winter” break we had could be much worse. We had temperatures in...

Roar in the Jungle: Senior vs. Senioritis

Picture of student planner page. Saturday, May 18 (graduation day) is circled.

I sat down with a few Oswego High School seniors and got their input on how they've dealt (or not) with senioritis in their final stretch of high school.

OHS senior sells T-shirts to help a local family in need

20 dollars cash or check to buy a shirt for family in need

Oswego High School senior Lane Barry is selling “Thoughts From Lane” T-shirts, in support of a local family in need. The clothing went on sale Feb. 1, sporting the title of Barry’s motivational Instagram account, and can be purchased through Feb. 12 for $20.

2019 Grammy predictions: Who should win and who will win

2019 Grammy Predictions

Believe it or not, it’s officially Grammy’s weekend, aka the biggest weekend of the year in pop culture!

5 tips for keeping yourself busy this winter

Bare tree branches

The lack of sunshine, the bitter cold, the messy snow, and being trapped inside—yep, this sounds like your typical Midwestern winter.

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