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The Supreme Court case Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier allows school administrators to have prior review and restraint on student publications. Now, there is no universal standard protecting the rights of a school newspaper in the United States.

In-depth: Speaking out around St. Louis

Kate Schreiber, features + in-depth editor February 15, 2021

Teen pregnancy, divorce, tattoos. Each of these topics have been censored at a school within 40 minutes of KHS.  The Supreme Court case Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier allows school administrators to have prior...

Students head to Jefferson City for new voices hearing

Students head to Jefferson City for new voices hearing

Jack Rintoul, entertainment editor January 17, 2018

KHS Journalism Adviser, Mitch Eden, and three KHS students will be traveling to Jefferson City to support the Cronkite New Voices Act on Wednesday Jan. 17, 2018. The act, which will be looking to pass...

New Voices for student journalists

Camille Baker, Chloe Hooker, and Zac Clingenpeel November 17, 2017

Every three weeks, the racks in the KHS hallways are restocked and the scent of freshly printed magazines fills the editor’s office in the south journalism building. As students enter the doors on...

Responding to the Charlie Hebdo attack

Responding to the Charlie Hebdo attack

Katie Puryear, web managing editor January 9, 2015

The nausea hit my stomach and my heart dropped as I looked at the blood-stained hallway on the TV screen. My mom had the news on, and they were reporting on the terrorist attack on the satirical French...

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