Editor: Sara Jarquin
Oswego High School hosted the annual Big Cat Choral Festival in the auditorium with two 30-minute shows at 6:30 and 7:30 p.m. Along with the OHS students, junior high choir students from grades 7 and 8 performed numerous pieces through the concert.
Mr. Cochran served in the United States Marine Corps during the Vietnam War. He was very satisfied with his job as a groundskeeper at Oswego High School, as it was a life-long aspiration for him. Mr. Cochran was a fan of Chicago sports teams, such as the Chicago Bears White Sox. Spending time with his 15 grandchildren was his favorite thing to do.
OHS students, especially those who are going into the military and those who are of voting age, are worried about the implications this conflict holds.
Mr. William Allan Nunamaker, age 43, lost his hard-fought battle with brain cancer on Friday, Jan. 10, 2020, after being diagnosed a little over one year ago. He was born on Sept. 27 1976, and lived in Wheaton, Illinois. Mr. Nunamaker was the assistant principal for building and operations at Oswego High School since 2012, also serving as OHS’s activities director.
This is a new opportunity for Howard to work on a personal level with all members of sports-related activities within the state of Illinois, no matter the sport or level. As the president of this IADA, he can work towards improving the quality of athletic programs by making important decisions for all athletic departments in the state, working closely with other departments that manage high school level sports.