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The Student News Site of Kinnelon High School

Colt Chronicle

The Student News Site of Kinnelon High School

Colt Chronicle

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Top Fashion Trends

Julia Haines, Staff Writer January 13, 2022

High Top Sneakers These shoes are perfect for casual wear, and are really comfortable. They are great for everyday activities and there are many brands that make these types of shoes with high quality...

Photo taken by: Tomas Ospina. Snowboarders on the slopes of Mountain Creek.

Which park is better at Mountain Creek?

Tomas Ospina, Staff Writer January 13, 2022

Adviser’s Note: The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed in this opinion article belong solely to the author and do not reflect the view of The Colt Chronicle Staff, Kinnelon High School, or its students...

A typical phone screen cluttered with countless social media apps.

Social Media’s Effect on Females’ Perceptions of Themselves

Kristina Haviland, Staff Reporter July 11, 2021

The media and its social platforms play a big role in our society today. The constant need to show off our beauty, success, and personal lives have resulted in people going to great lengths for perfection...

The Science Behind KHS COVID Restrictions

Alex Garcia, Staff Reporter May 8, 2021

  Plastic tri-folds, medical masks, six feet of distance, and the disinfection of surfaces have been staples of the 2020-2021 school year.  As school returns and restrictions are being dropped...

An alarm clock set to go off

Students Need Sleep

Alex Garcia, Local/World News Editor April 16, 2021

Nearly three-quarters of high school students do not regularly get the recommended amount of sleep. This damages a student’s performance and mood but is allowed to continue in nearly every school district...

Photo courtesy of tasnimnews.com. Indian Farmers and their families come together to protest against Indian Primeminister Modi’s latest agriculture law’s adding restrictions on farmers.

The Fight of the Farmers

Abeeha Zaidi, Managing Editor and Layout March 28, 2021

In Aug. 2020, Farmers from the Northern states of India began their protests against agriculture laws established by Prime minister Modi. In Nov. 2020, they arrived in the capital, New Delhi, to continue...

A virtual meeting conducted in school

Reopen the Schools

Alex Garcia, Local/World News Editor March 8, 2021

Editor’s Note: The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed in this opinion article belong solely to the author and do not reflect the view of The Colt Chronicle Staff, Kinnelon High School, or its students...

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EndSARS Protest

Ellis Nunez, Staff Reporter March 2, 2021

Young people all around Nigeria are advocating for the disassembly of the group SARS due to the violence, harassment, and extortion that citizens are subjected to. There are no restrictions for SARS officers,...

How do we Stop Racism?

Andrew Noel, Staff Reporter February 5, 2021

Editor’s Note: The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed in this opinion article belong solely to the author and do not reflect the view of The Colt Chronicle Staff, Kinnelon High School, or its students...

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Save The Planet Column: Saving the Planet in 2021

Abeeha Zaidi, Managing Editor and Layout January 27, 2021

As the new year approaches, people are beginning to wonder whether or not there will be greater efforts from our world leaders to move towards a better, more sustainable, and carbon-neutral future. Last...

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Should Riverdale Release a Fifth Season?

Ellis Nunez, Staff Reporter January 20, 2021

Adviser’s Note: The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed in this opinion article belong solely to the author and do not reflect the view of The Colt Chronicle Staff, Kinnelon High School, or its students...

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One of the most powerful pictures in American history: New Jersey Congressman Andy Kim on his hands and knees cleaning up the mess in the aftermath of the attempted siege.

The United States nearly broke out into Civil War: Now what?

Andrew Noel, Staff Reporter January 20, 2021

Adviser’s Note: The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed in this opinion article belong solely to the author and do not reflect the view of The Colt Chronicle Staff, Kinnelon High School, or its students...

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