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Editors: Ava Szekely, Natalie Raabe, Nola Quinn

Hello 42Fifty fans! On Friday, Oct. 28, Features Editor Natalie Raabe and Managing Editor Trinity Heard visited the Industrial Tech Fair. We interviewed three different people, including two organizations and one student. We hoped to give an insider perspective into the fair for those who didn’t go or may be interested in the tech field. Music Credits ♪ Marshmallow (Prod. by Lukrembo) Link: https://youtu.be/y7KYdqVND4o
I remember about a year ago walking into a bathroom here at school and stepping into a puddle that covered the floor. Something splashed up onto my shoes and pants, and I felt my heart drop. I looked around, hoping to not realize my worst fears when, rising out of a toilet bowl, I saw a tower of toilet paper with water streaks lining the outside of the bowl; thankfully, it was just water I stepped in. But this wasn’t the first time I walked into a flooded bathroom at school, and it wasn’t the last time, either.
The purpose of the Day of the Dead, or Dia de los Muertos, is to honor and remember those who have died, as well as to celebrate life and death. Family and friends gather to pay their respects to a deceased family member or friend. The souls of the dead can return to their living families in their homes, businesses, cemeteries, and other locations. 
There are six sign language interpreters at Oswego High School: five as full-time interpreters here, and one who works part-time at Traughber. One of these six interpreters is Stacey Borrego, a graduate of Waubonsee Community College.
In today’s podcast, we discussed the best details of homecoming. Spirit week, food, and the dance itself! We’re pretty opinionated… (spoiler alert: homecoming wasn’t as bad as you may think.)

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