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Dr. Havener advises freshmen to get involved in extracurriculars at KHS.

Dr. Havener’s advice for freshmen

Lily Bartin, web editor August 25, 2020

The transition into high school can feel daunting, and with the shift to online learning the change may seem all the more overwhelming. But as bad as freshman year is made out to be, with a bit of guidance...

Art depicts a BLM protester holding a sign, as many did when people flooded the streets calling for action this summer.

Timeline of the Black Lives Matter movement this summer

Lydia Cohen, print + web managing editor August 24, 2020

Made with Visme Infographic Maker

Don't mind my date card, FabFitFun box and oops, my Bachelor rose.

How to Become an Instagram Influencer

Charlotte Heinrich, editor-in-chief August 29, 2019
Only 500 followers? You've got to be kidding me. Now is your chance for fame, and don't let it slip through your thumbs. Here is how to become an Instagram Influencer...


Charlotte Heinrich , features + in-depth editor August 27, 2018

A shiny pack of black ballpoint pens, some crisp looseleaf and maybe even a new backpack if mom is feeling generous. As morning alarms are dialed back from 10 a.m. to 6 a.m, items like these drop into...

Never too cool for school

Never too cool for school

Allie Hickenbotham, copy editor August 31, 2017

I’m getting antsy even as I write this because of how excited I am to be back at school. The majority of students dread going back, but not me. I mean, what’s so awful about waking up to see the sun...

Poms away

Poms away

Cece Hensley, in-depth editor September 4, 2015

Thoughts of vacation and pool days rushed through the minds of students leaving KHS as the bell rang on the last day of school. But for the 21 members of the varsity dance team, these thoughts would have...

Call's declassified freshman survival guide

Call’s declassified freshman survival guide

Will Drury, opinions writer August 30, 2015

Suddenly you find yourself on a huge campus, walking down hallways filled with nameless faces, squeezing past crowds to reach your next class. It’s a big jump moving from middle school to high school....

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