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Project Semicolon

Project Semicolon

Raquel Ospina, Staff Reporter

October 9, 2019

Kinnelon High School allowed all students to be apart of an active activity involving tattoos, suicide prevention, and semicolons.    The Give Back Club gave out free temporary tattoos of semicolons to all students during unit lunch from September 25-27 to give students a deeper understandin...

Remembering the Good and the Bad: Kinnelon High Schools Annual 9/11 Ceremony

Remembering the Good and the Bad: Kinnelon High Schools Annual 9/11 Ceremony

Juliana Marston, Editor

September 12, 2019

On September 11, 2001, the entire nation held its breath as the news of terrorist attacks swept through every household, panic following each newscast. American citizens remember this day, those who were lost, and the uniting efforts made by the U.S. government and citizens alike in light of the country...

Factors to Consider When Making the College Decision

Factors to Consider When Making the College Decision

Grace Goldberg, Staff Reporter

June 6, 2019

Choosing a college to attend is an exciting but stressful experience for many high school students. Although most students are eager to begin this new and exciting stage in their lives, it is often difficult to make the final college decision. There are numerous factors to consider when selecting a college,...

Studying 101: Finals Season

Studying 101: Finals Season

Raquel Ospina, Staff Reporter

May 21, 2019

The school year is coming to an end, but it is still important to keep your study game sharp for finals. These exams creep up on students each year and can seem overwhelming. Thankfully, KHS students who have already experienced finals are willing to give their top tips for studying. The last thin...

What’s Better than Being Healthy?

What’s Better than Being Healthy?

Juliana Marston, Editor of School News and Features

April 8, 2019

An important topic in modern society is health: how to make healthier choices, eat healthier, exercise more, improve mental health, and many other concerns are prevalent today as people strive to live long, healthy lives. There are many methods people have devised in order to to achieve such a ...

Running for a Reason: Kinnelon Education Association 5K Set for April 29

Running for a Reason: Kinnelon Education Association 5K Set for April 29

Ethan Burt, Staff Reporter

April 2, 2019

The idea of Kinnelon Road packed with cars may elicit nightmares of the morning parking lot situation for most KHS students; but once a year, it is instead packed with runners, walkers, spectators, and volunteers of the KEA Pot of Gold 5k. Kinnelon Education Association is hosting the ninth annual Pot o...

Mental Health Means Physical Wealth

Mental Health Means Physical Wealth

Raquel Ospina, Staff Reporter

March 28, 2019

High school. The homework and studying plus extracurricular activities plus time with friends and families can become very stressful for students. High school students need an outlet to de-stress daily, and thankfully Emma Macmanus gave this opportunity to all Kinnelon high school students. Macmanus,...

Spring Lacrosse Starts Up!

Spring Lacrosse Starts Up!

Hiba Shaikh, Staff Reporter

March 28, 2019

New season. New opportunities. New starts. Kinnelon High School girls and boys lacrosse teams gear up for another spring sports season. The girls lacrosse team not only starts off with a new spring season but with a new coach. “Coming in as a new coach I am looking forward to starting off fresh,”...

Gaming Club: A New Sport?

Gaming Club: A New Sport?

Zainab Kabir, Staff Reporter

March 21, 2019

Here in Kinnelon, students play the usual sports ranging from golf to football along with various clubs. However, there are other activities the students enjoy that typically are not offered as school sports or clubs, such as gaming. As such a popular activity, with many interested in it, Kinnelon is...

Steven Papendick Returns to KHS With Hopes of Continuing to Inspire

Steven Papendick Returns to KHS With Hopes of Continuing to Inspire

Shreyal Sharma and Haripriya Kemisetti

January 14, 2019

All the way back from the middle school comes a familiar face. Ready to make a difference, math teacher Steven Papendick has come back to the high school from Pearl R. Miller middle school to inspire students. “I love working with kids and I love math; I wanted to work on a subject that I could...

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