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How Social Media Affects Politics

Lucia Davis, Staff Writer

June 12, 2018

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You wake up this morning with three new CNN updates on your phone saying President Trump has ridiculed Kim Jong Un on nuclear weapons. Your first impulse is to go to Facebook and post a response about this, all while reading y...

Does the Portrayal of Women as Victims Cross the Line from Protecting to Patronizing?

Emma Cripps, Guest Writer

June 12, 2018

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The importance of personal liberty is an issue that has long existed in American society. In fact, since the birth of the nation there has been debate involving where the statutory line between personal liberty and public saf...

The Sex Talk That You Never Knew You Needed

Emma Hackley, Guest Writer

June 12, 2018

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There is one subject in schools that is considered taboo in over half of the states in America, and that is sex. Sex, specifically sex education, has remained controversial since its introduction into the U.S. educational syste...

Walkout Speeches

Walkout Speeches

May 2, 2018

KHS Hosts Leadership Conference

Emma Cripps, Staff Writer

April 25, 2018

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Maine Boys to Men is an organization that works with middle school and high school aged adolescents to “empower students to play a central role in ending gender-based harassment, abuse, and violence.” The group recently held a leade...

Senior Note

Cole Cerabona and Evie Roop, Editors-in-chief

December 6, 2017

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Hello Seniors!   I think we’re all feeling a bit stunned after the first round of college applications. Higher education really did hit some of us like a truck. But don’t worry, with regular decision deadlines coming...

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