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Colt Chronicle

The Student News Site of Kinnelon High School

Colt Chronicle

The Student News Site of Kinnelon High School

Colt Chronicle

Sophomore Ella Corigliano working in history

How Students Are Keeping Up With Their Resolutions

Riley Macmanus , Staff Reporter/Writer January 24, 2022

“New Year, New Me!,” a popular saying that comes with every new year, hoping to spark some resolutions to change lives for the better. Whether it may be studying hard for that tricky subject in school...

Winter 2022 Print Issue

Winter 2022 Print Issue

January 24, 2022

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Artist credit: Alicia Torres       
                                                                                                           A piece of art by a student in the club

Spotlight On Feedback Club

Owen Fernstrom, Staff Reporter/Writer January 15, 2022

Community and camaraderie are hard to find in highschool. For people who enjoy less mainstream forms of expression that form of collective vent can be hard to find. The Feedback Club represents a pillar...

Photo by Miranda Drace
                                                                                   Animal Activists club November empty fundraiser bin

The Grinch That Stole The Holiday Fundraising Spirit

Miranda Drace, Staff Reporter/Writer January 14, 2022

The holiday season comes with loads of fun for everyone; watching movies, baking cookies, and spending time with family are only a few of the many exciting things that one can do. But giving back and celebrating...

Picture taken by Danielle Elia of Give Back club members at the Tailgate

Give Back Club Helps Veterans During the Holidays

Aarushi Kumar, Staff Reporter/Writer January 13, 2022

Giving back is a crucial element to become part of this community-driven club.  Give Back provides a sense of togetherness among students and the community. They spend their time collecting cans and...



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June 23, 2021

ADVISER'S NOTE: The following correction is being made to the Colt Chronicle Graduation Issue. The adviser takes full responsibility for this oversight and apologizes to all affected parties.    Juliana...

During the frosty rivalry between the United States and the USSR during the cold war, the successful launch of Sputnik was taken as a sign to reform the American school system with a greater emphasis on STEM. Photo taken by NASA on Unsplash.

How the United State’s rivalry with the USSR affected STEM education across the World

Daniel Yu, Web Editor June 21, 2021

While many students today take their education for granted, it remains important to understand why and how the curricula they follow are the way they are, and what connections schools have with our country...

Take a Breath

Mike Lally, Staff Reporter May 9, 2021

For more than a year, athletes across the country have endured what some believe to be the worst year of sports in history. Nearly a six-month stint of a sports-less country left many feeling hopeless,...

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...

NEHS “New Beginnings” Poetry Contest Update

Juliana Marston, Staff Editor March 7, 2021

Over the last few weeks, the National English Honors Society hosted a school-wide poetry contest. The theme was “New Beginnings”, a broad topic allowing students to use their own interpretation of...

Display case at the The New York Public Library

Learning about Minorities in the Classroom

Juliana Marston, Staff Editor February 24, 2021

The world is filled with different cultures and people. In their education, students often start to learn about the diversity of the world, but to what extent? In light of Black History month, it is important...

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