Thomas Jagoda, Staff Writer
ESports are on the rise around the world. There have been talks of including it in the Olympic Games. However, it’s still a relatively new idea. The OHS ESports program has only been running for five years.
On Thursday, Jan. 6, and Friday, Jan. 7, the Standing O Theatre Company performed its play “Skits and Giggles 2.” Like the first “Skits and Giggles,” the play was made up of seven scenes with six short films mixed in between the scenes, and all actors were freshmen and sophomores.
Sports at Oswego High School are a big part of the culture of the school. A majority of students are involved in the sports program one way or another. Teachers become coaches and students become players, but that is not the only way to get involved in the coveted sports programs.
The purpose of having this exhibit at OHS is so that students can learn about how women gained the right to vote. They can learn about these influential women who devoted their lives to ensure that women of the future are viewed as equals in government practices. The exhibit also shows how these women took action, which is inspiring for others to get out there and make a positive change.