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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!

B.I.O.N.I.C. creates long-lasting TALK tree painting

brown tree painting with a tire swing labeled "BIONIC" and colorful fingerprints as leaves.

This school year, B.I.O.N.I.C. (Believe It Or Not I Care), introduced its long-term finger-print tree to permanently display the fingerprints of TALK (Teenagers Activating the Language of Kindness) invitees and leaders.

Fit Check, Ep. 3: Halloween Edition

Mulitmedia editor Trinity Heard asks questions on the Friday before Halloween to her fellow peers. Many questions involve favorite fall colors and fall outfits for the month. This third fit check video is Halloween edition: some students bring their costumes to school, while others wear their best fall colors.

OHS 2021 Halloween costume gallery

Three students dressed as Morty, Mr. Poopy Butthole, and Rick from Rick & Morty

This school year, OHS students dressed up in their best Halloween costumes for trick-or-treating and parties. Check out their costumes below!

Try These Fall Activities Near Oswego!

Picture of the Fox River with trees

It’s finally that time of year: carving pumpkins and baking Halloween cookies while screaming at a scary movie. Although these traditions are classic, sometimes we want to try something new. Read below to find some different fall and Halloween traditions in the area to add to your list.

Introducing the Muslim Student Association at OHS

From left to right, the MSA student leaders: Rosie Abdelmaguid, Ayah Zaki, Laila Abouhaiba, and Kira Farooqui

Junior Rosie Abdelmaguid began the plan to start a Muslim Student Association (MSA) at Oswego High School in the school year of 2019-2020. Abdelmaguid founded the club and held the first meeting this school year (2020-2021).

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