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Mack Hulke, Photography and Art Editor

Mack Hulke, Photography and Art Editor
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SATIRE: Prehistoric bugs found in OHS dungeon

Oswego High School students reported three different sighting of prehistoric insects in the dungeon on April 1. Students have been complaining about small spiders and beetles crawling around for years, but this is the first time that there have been major reports

Photo and graphic of the month: February

Photo of the month: Mr. Pelzer

The February photo and graphic of the month has been chosen! The winner of the photo of the month goes to News Editor Lizzy Sorensen, and the winner for graphic of the month goes to Staff Writer Ben Larson. Lizzy Sorensen’s photo was taken for the cover for...

Untitled, Ep. 1: National Emergency

Cassett tape graphic. Text: Untitled, Ep. 1, National Emergency

The "Untitled" podcast is a bi-weekly podcast made by Blog Editor David Brant and Photography Editor Mack Hulke. The podcast will go back and forth between political issues and something silly for your entertainment. The perfect mix of both seriousness and goofiness. https://soundcloud.com/42fifty/untitled-ep-1-national-emergency

PHOTO ESSAY: Panthers score for cancer research at annual Hoops for Hope event

Scoreboard at the Hoops for Hope game.

Communities Against Cancer: Hoops for Hope is an annual fundraiser and day of basketball, hosted by Oswego and Yorkville, where money is raised for Cal’s Angels - an organization that is focused on pediatric cancer research.

Decade’s almost over: Time to reflect on the news

Wow, how time has past—it feels like just yesterday I was bringing in the New Year of 2010, the beginning of a new decade. It was a time of new songs, world events, and technology. It seems so bizarre that this decade is almost over! In this series, I will be reflecting on different topics that have happened since the decade has started.

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