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Guys on Trend

Guys on Trend

By: Anabelle Barnett Spring is here, and that means new clothes are hitting the stores. Girls have dresses, skirts, sandals, and heels..but what about...

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Teacher Appreciation

Teacher Appreciation

By: Cameron Crispeno Put yourself in your teacher’s shoes. Living like Harry Potter; stuck in the cupboard under the stairs, but still work diligently...

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Basketball State Championship Parade Photos

Basketball State Championship Parade Photos

Congrats to the Boys and Girls Basketball teams who both won their respective State Championships last weekend! All photos by Ashley Driscoll

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Cloud Nine Classes

Cloud Nine Classes

By:Anabelle Barnett Late Arrival, Study Hall (to prepare for your extremely rigorous classes), French Cuisines, Shopping 101, and Lifetime Sports. While...

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Retro vs. iMusic

Retro vs. iMusic

By:Ethan Vyhmeister Spotify. Youtube. Pandora. iTunes. Vinyl. Radio. People listen to music in a variety of different ways, but the plethora of options...

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Sneakerheads at King’s

Sneakerheads at King’s

By:Tayden MacDonald The sneaker market is worth 21 billion dollars each year in the United States alone. Nike, out of Oregon, makes a limited numbered...

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An American Museum in London

An American Museum in London

By:Christian Sager London’s Olympic Park (dubbed, “The Olympicopolis”), will acquire a new Smithsonian museum similar to the one in Washington DC....

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How To: Get a Date on Valentine’s Day

How To: Get a Date on Valentine’s Day

By Harrison Stanley Valentine’s Day can either be great or very lonely. To make sure you don’t spend another Valentine’s Day eating dinner with your...

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Expression Through Fashion

Expression Through Fashion

By Isabella Dixon Making sure the colors match, wearing the right brands, just trying to fit in: fashion plays a monumental role in showing ones individuality....

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TIME People of The Year: The Ebola Fighters

TIME People of The Year: The Ebola Fighters

By Jake Perrow Ebola. It is the virus that has captivated and caused fear not only in the United States, but the entire world. However the panic has somewhat...

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Getting Through This Together

Getting Through This Together

By: Marta Bakke   On October 24, fear shook the Marysville Pilchuck High School campus and rippled through every school campus in the States. Not...

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Performing Arts

Performing Arts

By Amelia Culp Artistic ability at King’s extends well beyond the two-dimensional, and its sounds are audible throughout campus. The halls are alive...

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Culture Clash

Culture Clash

By Kacey Kemper Bastille on iPods, the Union Jack on purses, and oxfords on feet- lately anything British is the bees’ knees, especially when it comes...

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Young Filmmakers

Young Filmmakers

By Daniel Bolliger Jonah Hlastala, a sophomore at Kings, has been interested in movies for a long time. His first inspiration was his mom, an avid movie...

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A Day to Remember

A Day to Remember

By Alex Christy The last Monday of every May, the United States remembers those who, as President Abraham Lincoln said, “…Gave the last full measure...

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Track Family Tree

Track Family Tree

By Dena Foster Members of track are not just a team, they consider themselves a family. It’s an exclusive matriarchy.  Kristen Maggs 14’ is the mother...

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Genocide Anniversary

Genocide Anniversary

By Ingrid Thorstenson April 7th marked the 20th anniversary of the start of the Rwandan genocide that spanned 100 days and left an estimated one million...

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