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Sasha Pankuch - Staff Reporter

My name is Sasha Pankuch and I am a junior here at OHS. This is my first year with 42Fifty too. I am very involved here at OHS; I am on the board of Student Council, I play the saxophone in the Panther Marching Band, and am a member of multiple honors societies!

Panther Pride Bracelets Show Unity

Orange bracelets for staff and blue bracelets for students read "PANTHER PRIDE." Credit: Pa'Shance Scott, 42Fifty

Oswego High School has taken great strides throughout the years in order to ensure that everyone feels welcomed and appreciated.   This year, Panther Pride is evident on the wrists of both students and staff with bright orange and blue bracelets.

Your Ticket to 2023 HoCo: All the Details You Need

Student posters advertise upcoming HoCo 2023 events. Credit: Jayden Doty

Oswego High School will once again host its annual Homecoming dance on Sept. 30. All students must check in no later than 8:00 p.m. with the new theme “Las Vegas.” This year’s Homecoming dance will be at Oswego High School’s auxiliary gym. The field house will also be open to students for coat check, games, the photo booth, and tables to sit down and relax at.

Friday Night Brights: ‘Fits from OHS’ First Football Game

Orange Crew seniors covered in neon clothes and hats cheer for the football team.

Oswego High School students kicked off the football season with Neon Night at Neuqua Valley High School on August 25th. Although it was an away game, students were practically glowing in a variety of construction vests, tutus, and colorful hats.

Money Can’t Buy Happiness, But It Can Buy Eras Tour Tickets

Taylor Swift stands with her dancers at the end of her concert raising their hands before bowing against a background of phone flashlights and fans

After months of anticipation, ticket troubles, and outfit curating, Taylor Swift’s world-famous Eras Tour came to Chicago from June 2 to June 4, 2023. 

All About That Green: A Summary of Teen Work Experiences this Summer

As schools let out and the air grew warmer, teenagers’ minds turned to one thing: money. From fast food to lifeguarding, teens in Oswego got to work this summer, all with a variety of experiences and opinions.