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Tori Trevino, Editor-in-Chief

My name is Tori Trevino, and this is my second year being a part of the 42Fifty staff. This is my senior year of high school, and I am involved in school activities like Speech Team, NHS, Mu Alpha Theta, and Democracy School. My love for music and film made my role as Arts and Entertainment editor last year so much fun, and I am beyond excited to be Editor-in-Chief for 42Fifty this year!

Standing O Theatre Company Guild: the glue of OH’s theatre department

the standing o theatre company guild standing on stage during a club meeting

With the new year starting, there is a lot coming up in Oswego High School’s theater department. There are rehearsals happening every day, auditions approaching for the year’s biggest production, and improv nights. It’s a busy, busy month, and there is even more coming up throughout the spring season. With that in mind, who is in charge of planning all of this and putting it together?

Deleting TikTok will solve all of your problems in 2022

phone lock screen with multiple TikTok notifications, some notifying of hate comments

Happy New Year, Oswego High School! It’s a new year, new you, and I’m sure everyone has tons of resolutions in mind. Whether you’re hoping to become more confident, improve your attention span, or even read more books this new year, I promise you, there is one big solution to attaining any resolution: deleting TikTok.

Tori’s top 10 songs of the holidays

a christmas playlist on spotify including songs from the jonas brothers, tyler the creator, and kacey musgraves

Some of us have been listening to Christmas music since September (with some of us being me, myself, and I), so I’ve been curating the perfect playlist of the best holiday songs to listen to.

Oswego High School’s cross country team makes history at SPC

the boys cross country team at conference

On Oct. 15, Oswego High School’s cross country team made history at the Southwest Prairie Conference; the boys’ team placed as SPC Champions, along with the girls’ team’s very own junior, Audra Soderlind.

Student council brings back semi-annual blood drive

the small gym where check-ins and blood drawing took place

On Oct. 22, Oswego High School’s student council held its semi-annual blood drive to provide students and staff an in-school opportunity to give blood in what is currently a blood shortage due to COVID-19 putting many blood drives in the past year to a halt.