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No more fear

No more fear

Sha'Diya Tomlin, opinions May 7, 2018

“I’ll tell you what freedom is to me: no fear.” - Nina Simone Here at KHS, I wanted to make a change. I wanted better treatment for all students. I wanted to do something that would impact this...

A teacher that looks like me

A teacher that looks like me

Sha'Diya Tomlin, opinions April 25, 2018

    I have been going to KHS for three years now, and for me finding a black teacher is like winning the lottery, especially if they teach a class you like. Now hear me out, white teachers bring...

Kirkwood, can you hear us now?

Kirkwood, can you hear us now?

Sha'Diya Tomlin, opinions writter January 26, 2018

Dear Kirkwood,   What will it take for black children to be heard? You know the black students who sit quietly in history class because the only time they learn about people that look like...

Senior Profile: Andrew Jones

Senior Profile: Andrew Jones

Sha'Diya Tomlin, features writer April 24, 2017

In the halls wearing his hats and Vans, Andrew Jones can be seen joking and laughing with his friends. If you talk to him long enough you may get to hear him freestyling or talking about life as a whole....

Brittané Curry, senior and co-president of K Word, attends a weekly meeting. “In middle school, I was bullied a lot and I [thought] ‘okay, I don't have anything to make myself feel better.’ Curry said. “So finally I decided to start writing poetry, and ever since then it’s just been everything in my crazy life.”

Photo gallery: K Word

Anna Poe, Photographer December 21, 2016

Arriving late on the struggle bus

Arriving late on the struggle bus

Cece Hensley and Kennady Wade August 29, 2016

What we know: The Riverview Gardens School District (RGSD) is responsible for the busing of KSD students who live in their district to and from school. KSD pays for the 4:15 p.m. and 5:45 p.m. activities...

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