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Special School District – Goldstein

Special School District – Goldstein

Anna Mullendore, features writer
June 3, 2015 • 113 views
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Special School District – Webb

Special School District – Webb

Anna Mullendore, features writer
June 3, 2015 • 82 views
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Home is where the heart is

Home is where the heart is

Cece Hensley, features writer
May 15, 2015 • 99 views
Filed under In Depth

Amber cannot help but ask herself if any of the 20-year-old men she sees in public could be her biological brother. She knows he is out there but does not know his name or his whereabouts. They were separated when Amber was 2 years old, after being adopted by different families. Although she has questions... Read more »

Through the eyes of the storm

Through the eyes of the storm

Katherine Hubbard, features writer
May 13, 2015 • 91 views
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Black clouds roll in, lightning flashes across the sky and the outside light begins to fade to dark; Rachel Hickman’s job as a storm spotter has just begun. She picks up her phone, ready to make the call to warn the public. “I want to become a meteorologist when I [finish] college,” Rachel,... Read more »

How to study for success

How to study for success

Jamie Jones, features writer
May 13, 2015 • 93 views
Filed under Features

As the weather warms up and summer plans are made, many students mark up the calendar with testing dates, study sessions and early morning reviews. Finals loom on the horizon, and many KHS students are preparing for AP tests, EOCs, ACTs and SATs. Figuring out how to study and what to expect can be a... Read more »

Globe-trotting Katie

Globe-trotting Katie

Emma McNail, feature writer
May 12, 2015 • 73 views
Filed under Features, Stories

Katie Brodersen is half Lebanese and half Danish. She has been everywhere from Florida and Colorado to Athens and Dubai. With her family residing all over the map, she has been more places at age 15 than some will be in their lives. “[My family’s] travels are a conversation point,” Katie, sophomore,... Read more »

Summertime book bumming

Summertime book bumming

Anna Mullendore, features writer
May 8, 2015 • 108 views
Filed under Entertainment, Features

  *Disclaimer: This is not the official reading list for the 2015 summer. Instead, they are a collection of the books teachers have assigned for summers in the past or are considering for this summer. Animal Farm... Read more »

Show me a sign

Show me a sign

Annie Murphy, features writer
May 7, 2015 • 72 views
Filed under Features

While some people wonder why she motions her hands in different ways to her parents as she watches them do same back to her, Summer Woodside does what is a routine when signing with her parents. Summer, sophomore, has a mother who is deaf and a father who is hard of hearing, and they communicate through... Read more »

Helen Morse

Helen Morse

Cece Hensley, in-depth editor
May 1, 2015 • 97 views
Filed under Features, Senior Profiles

Helen Morse paints on her red lipstick and adjusts her sparkly headband one last time before joining the rest of the pom squad for the night’s performance. Anticipation buzzes through each of the team members, hoping to impress their friends and family in the crowd. But Helen knows one face is missing... Read more »

‘The Divide.’ – Achievement Gap

‘The Divide.’ – Achievement Gap

Anna Mullendore, features writer
March 12, 2015 • 410 views
Filed under In Depth

*Disclaimer: The people selected to be interviewed were chosen on the basis of their races, ages, genders, and titles, as a way to showcase a variety of perspectives on the topic.

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