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Tyler Jackson, Staff Writer


SATIRE: All teachers fired, students to lead classes

As of April 1, 2019, all teachers within School District 308 have been fired due to budget cuts—all classes moving forward will be taught by students. Teachers have been protesting since the decision was made.

SATIRE: Principal Wike Mayne retires to pursue rock ‘n’ roll dreams

Students have been very supportive across the board, with many saying that they have, since Mr. Mayne's announcement, become his first fans.

Altitude: Oswego’s latest attraction

Teenagers take full advantage of Altitude’s “Teen Night,” an event designated for teen jumpers every Saturday from 7-10 p.m..

The question is, what all does Altitude have to offer for us consumers? Let me tell you.

2018 midterms results, what they mean for future elections

Illustration by Ryan Boone

In general, red areas got redder, and blue areas got bluer. Sense a pattern? As a Republican, I will dive into the results of the midterms and what it could potentially do to affect our society and voting days that will come.

Police alarms: We need them later rather than sooner

Tyler Jackson

With all the school shootings that have occurred in the past two years, schools nationwide have installed the BluePoint Police Alarm, but is this something that the administration and school board should consider installing in schools throughout District 308?

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