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National Freedom Day, February 1st

Most of us just let it pass by like any other holiday that we know nothing about. Well let me tell you. National Freedom Day was made for us to recognize the United States signing the resolution that proposed the 13th amendment of th...

February 14, 2017No Comments

Second Semester

In Washington State, only 15% of high school students meet Math standards, 25% of high school students meet English Language Arts standards, and 60% of high school students meet Science standards. On the other hand, 45% of middle...

February 13, 2017No Comments

The History of Valentine’s Day

Every year on February 14th, Valentine’s day is celebrated all over the world. People give greeting cards, chocolates and flowers to loved ones. Valentine’s day is the second most popular card sending holiday after Christmas, but what is the histor...

February 13, 2017No Comments

Tech Expo

At the 2016 tech expo, more than 4,200 people showed up to learn about how technology plays its part in education. There were more than eight hundred students and one hundred fifty-four teachers all at one hundred two booths. Last year, the tech ...

February 13, 2017No Comments

A Proposed Bill Allows Fans to Bring Guns into Washington Stadiums

A recent bill that allows fans to bring in concealed guns into Washington State stadiums, such as Century Link and Safeco Field, has been proposed by Republican Representatives Matt Shea, David Taylor, and Bob McCaslin. Their...

February 13, 2017No Comments

School in the Early 1900’s Compared to 2000’s

The United States’ education system has dramatically changed from the 1900’s to the 2000’s. Gender roles were more prominent, racial segregation was the norm, and teachers had different sets of laws placed upon them. G...

February 13, 2017No Comments

Global Warming: A Real Threat

Over the years, people have debated whether or not global warming is in fact real. However, there have been hundreds of studies proving its existence and the effect we are having on its gradual increase. What exactly is global warming you ask? By definiti...

February 13, 2017No Comments

Minimum Wage Increase

On a Tuesday, November 8, 2016, we voted and Initiative 1433 was passed. “Initiative 1433 ensures every Washington worker can earn paid sick and safe leave and raises the minimum wage to $13.50 phased-in over four years and...

February 13, 2017No Comments

5 Foods that Look Healthy But Are Actually the Opposite

There are many foods that might look healthy and sound healthy but they are not. #1 is breakfast cereal. Cereals are the worst foods you can possibly eat at the start of the day. They are usually loaded with sugar and re...

February 13, 2017No Comments

News

National Freedom Day, February 1st

Piper Schutter, 1st Year Reporter

Most of us just let it pass by like any other holiday that we know nothing about. Well let me tell you. National ...

February 14, 2017No Comments

Second Semester

Sketcher Ridpath, 1st Year Reporter

In Washington State, only 15% of high school students meet Math standards, 25% of high school students...

February 13, 2017No Comments

The History of Valentine’s Day

Katie Kerin and Grace Wallen

Every year on February 14th, Valentine’s day is celebrated all over the world. People give greeting cards, chocolates and ...

February 13, 2017No Comments

Tech Expo

Sketcher Ridpath

At the 2016 tech expo, more than 4,200 people showed up to learn about how technology plays its part in education. There wer...

February 13, 2017No Comments

A Proposed Bill Allows Fans to Bring Guns into Washington Stadiums

February 13, 2017

School in the Early 1900’s Compared to 2000’s

February 13, 2017

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A&E

The History of Valentine’s Day

Katie Kerin and Grace Wallen

Every year on February 14th, Valentine’s day is celebrated all over the world. People give greeting cards, chocolates and ...

February 13, 2017No Comments

6 Unique Holiday Traditions World Wide

Olivia Cowley, First Year Reporter

The world is full of unique holiday traditions. Here are only 6 of them. 1. The Christmas Log (Catalonia,...

December 15, 2016No Comments

Thinking About a Piercing?

Katie Freeman, First Year Reporter

Many People, including KR students, have many different types of piercings. Nose, cartilage, septum,...

December 15, 2016No Comments

Kentridge Fame: Notable Alumni

Sketcher Ridpath, First Year Reporter

Kentridge High School has been an incredible school to countless people dating back to 1968. Some people...

December 15, 2016No Comments

The Artist With No Easel

December 15, 2016

MCC: Brings Cultural Learning

December 15, 2016

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Opinion

Semester Finals Survival Guide

Piper Schutter, First Year Reporter

They aren’t as hard as they seem. But just in case this is your first time taking finals, here are some tips on...

February 14, 2017No Comments

Headphones are causing damage to teens today.

Owen Paznokas, First Year Reporter

Ever worn earbuds, do you wear them regularly, how long do you listen on them? All questions you should...

February 13, 2017No Comments

School in the Early 1900’s Compared to 2000’s

Olivia Cowley, 1st Year Reporter

The United States’ education system has dramatically changed from the 1900’s to the 2000’s. Ge...

February 13, 2017No Comments

Women Should Earn the Same Pay as Men in the U.S.

Tionna Taylor, First Year Reporter

Women that work for a full year typically make 79% of the money that a man would working a full year....

December 15, 2016No Comments

Recent Opinion Stories

The Power of Fiction

December 15, 2016

I have read 1,000 deaths and either cried or jumped...

How Important are Christmas Traditions?

December 15, 2016

Christmas is one of the best times of year. Christmas...

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Sports

Problems with the Controversial Qatar World Cup

Grace Wallen, 1st Year Reporter

Holding the world cup in Qatar has been a questioned move since it was announced back in 2010. The...

February 13, 2017No Comments

A Proposed Bill Allows Fans to Bring Guns into Washington Stadiums

Tionna Taylor, 1st Year Reporter

A recent bill that allows fans to bring in concealed guns into Washington State stadiums, such as Century...

February 13, 2017No Comments

The KR Chatelaines Are Starting to Prepare for State Competition in March

Tionna Taylor, 1st Year Reporter

  The Kentridge Chatelaines have had a great start to their year, but now they want to start...

February 13, 2017No Comments

Chargers Race to State

Owen Paznokas, First Year Reporter

The Kentridge charger basketball team is currently ranked #3 in the NPSL for division 4 basketball an...

February 13, 2017No Comments

5 weird sports you probably never heard of

February 10, 2017

Quidditch

February 10, 2017

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News

National Freedom Day, February 1st

Piper Schutter, 1st Year Reporter

Most of us just let it pass by like any other holiday that we know nothing about. Well let me tell you. National Freedom Day was made for us to recognize the United States signing the resolution that proposed the 13th amendment of th...

February 14, 2017No Comments

Second Semester

February 13, 2017

The History of Valentine’s Day

February 13, 2017

Tech Expo

February 13, 2017

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