In recent years, the mental health crisis has risen to an all-time high, but people are also slowly beginning to talk about it. People are learning how to ask for help and seek support, but we should be talking more about how athletes struggle with their mental health, too.
Oswego High School students have taken the shenanigans to social media with the wildly popular OHS outfit reviews Instagram page. @ohs_outfitreviews appeared on Instagram earlier in the year, ready to cause harmless fun for OHS students on Sep. 15. The anonymous account owner(s) rate and review OHS students' outfits in a comedic fashion.
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.
With the holidays quickly approaching, more opportunities to give back to the school and community start to rise to the surface. If you feel the itch to donate and help those in need during this time, there are different ways to do so at Oswego High School and in the community.
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...