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21st Century Journalism

21st Century Journalism is the beginning journalism course at Oswego High School and serves as a prerequisite to Digital Journalism (the 42Fifty production class) and Yearbook Journalism. Students learn about how to be responsible producers and consumers of digital media, and occassionally have their work published here!

21st Century Journalism

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21st Century Journalism is the beginning journalism course at Oswego High School and serves as a prerequisite to Digital Journalism (the 42Fifty production class) and Yearbook Journalism. Students learn about how to be responsible producers and consumers of digital media, and occassionally have their work published here!
Sam McGreevy and Macy Sutton are two juniors at Oswego High School who saw a lack of representation in their classes. They noticed there were very few female students and they're just getting fewer and fewer...
It’s concert night. The fans have already paid for their $40 front row tickets and are prepared for the band. The lights dim, and the drummer fires off the nastiest solo you could imagine. The crowd cheers and begins head-banging along. The lead guitarist’s fingers fly as the strings sing musical bliss into the amplifier. The bass player—calmer than the rest of the band, but essential to the sound—is strumming along.
The gravel lot has long been a source of strife for OHS students. 21st Century Journalism students Jeremy Davis, Sammy Hernandez, Jonny Werle, and Caleb Maya got the scoop.
As a result of more budget cuts in district 308, non-intramural junior high sports will be cut for the 2019-2020 school year. How will this affect sports at the high school level? 21st Century Journalism reporters Kevin Jurkovic, Sam Gwodz, Becca Corbett, and Luke Urback got the scoop.
Juuling continues to be a problem at Oswego High School, but why? 21st Century Journalism reporter Nathan Ely has the scoop.

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