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Trinity Heard, Features Co-Editor, Multimedia Editor

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My name is Trinity Heard, I am a Junior at Oswego High School, and this is my first year writing for 42fifty. I am very excited to work with the team and learn more about journalism throughout the year. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with friends and family, baking, and editing. I also am a part of the Student Council as Historian and work as a crew member at Culver’s. I look forward to being involved in 42Fifty as the Features Co-Editor and Multimedia Editor of this year!

Amplify student voices with the OH coalition

Different kinds of people walking on a cartoon globe with country flags behind it.

In April of the 2021-2022 school year, the newly formed OH Coalition hosted an Amplify event. Because of the newness of the Coalition, many students are unaware of what it entails and the Amplify event it hopes to continue hosting.

Meet Mr. Leali: a teacher and writer in one

Mr. Leali smiling with two screens on his desk, with education awards on the wall

When walking into room 235, you can find a colorful room filled with books and an eager teacher ready to chat. Michael Leali is an alumnus and teacher of Oswego High School, who is close to publishing his first book, “The Civil War of Amos Abernathy.”

[SATIRE] Prom 2022 to be held at Olive Garden

Olive Garden currently does not have enough workers to supply enough food for both prom and regular customers. The extra cheese for the breadsticks will cost 50 cents per cup, and because someone will need to say “let me know when” for the cheese, each guest will be required to give a $3 tip for waiters. 

Students need real snow days again

girl in pink shirt, pillow, and blanket with face covering over eyes sleeping

I have come to realize that traditional snow days may be of the past. With the COVID-19 pandemic altering the in-person education system, students and staff are now familiar with remote learning. When I was in third grade, I remember fearing rumors of eventually having school at home and never being able to escape. Now that schools have the ability to learn remotely, real snow days are coming to an end. What once was a childhood fear has become more of a present-day nightmare. 

Teacher Feature: How a life of travel made Prigodich who she is today

Ms. Beth Prigodich at her desk with open laptop

Ms. Beth Prigodich is a national board-certified teacher and WE club sponsor for Oswego High School. She has been teaching for a total of 28 years, with 26 years here at OHS. As a young child, Prigodich lived in many environments and learned the values she applies to her teaching today. 

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