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Take a trip overseas

Take a trip overseas

By: Kt Mattern, Executive

December 11, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase, Travel, World

From visiting ghosts of royalty’s past to being on top of the world on the London Eye, the English department’s trip to the United Kingdom will be the trip of a lifetime. Lasting from June 3 to June 16, visiting the countries of the UK will be the perfect way to start the summer. Right out of the...

Fluffy new guests at Kaneland

Fluffy new guests at Kaneland

By: Gianna Provenzano, Editor

December 5, 2018


Filed under Features, Health, Lifestyle, Photo Gallery, Photos, Showcase

School and life can get stressful, but what is more comforting and exciting than walking down the KHS hallways and running into a Golden Retriever? Our school has welcomed these loving friends, Adeena and Eunice, twice now and plan to continue inviting them back. One of the comfort dogs, Adee...

Calling all high schoolers: Jinglepalooza

Calling all high schoolers: Jinglepalooza

By: Samantha Callaghan, Editor

December 3, 2018


Filed under Activities, Features, Lifestyle, Showcase

It’s that time of year again when volunteering and giving back to your community seems like a considerate way to spend your time. The Elburn Community Center does a variety of work with the town of Elburn and is asking for volunteers to help ring in the holiday season. Opportunities to receive G....

The spirit of Inktober

The spirit of Inktober

By: Isabella Haulk, Reporter

October 31, 2018


Filed under Featured Stories, Features, Lifestyle, Opinion, Pulse, Showcase, Technology

October is a special time for all aspiring artists, especially with the challenge that artist Jake Parker has created. Inktober is a month-long challenge where artists make one ink drawing each day that can connect with a prompt list. This can help with the main things traditional artists strugg...

Top five Halloween movies to give you the chills

Top five Halloween movies to give you the chills

By: Sophia Mullins, Reporter

October 29, 2018


Filed under Features, Lifestyle, Movies, Opinion, Showcase

As Halloween approaches, there is nothing better to do than curl up under a warm blanket and watch a movie. Over the past month, I took it upon myself to watch basically every Halloween movie I could find and rate some of them in order of greatness. To make this somewhat easier I decided to include mo...

A walk down memory lane

A walk down memory lane

By: Gianna Provenzano, Editor

October 15, 2018


Filed under Community, Events, Features, News, School, Showcase, Uncategorized

The Kaneland class of 1968 relived their high school years and walked through the KHS halls as the culmination of their eventful 50th reunion weekend. Some of the graduates hadn’t been inside the school in 50 years, while others chose to stay involved with Kaneland. Ralph Drendel, for example, went...

Half a century later…

Half a century later…

By: Samantha Callaghan, Editor

October 9, 2018


Filed under Community, Events, Features, News, Showcase

    The Kaneland graduating class of 1968 took a trip down memory lane on Thursday, October 4, starting their 50th class reunion with a meet and greet at Fishermen’s Inn.     With appetizers and a band, the class was able to socialize and catch up with many classmates they had not seen ...

A day trip to the possible college of your dreams

A day trip to the possible college of your dreams

By: Ashley Manzo, Editor

September 25, 2018


Filed under College, Features, Lifestyle, Showcase

At some point in high school every student will have to think about their future. When deciding their future students can visit colleges and get an inside look at the individuality of each campus and its classes to find out where they’ll want to earn their degree. Luckily, Kaneland’s district is...

A world full of opportunities

A world full of opportunities

By: Bailey Prichard, Editor

September 15, 2018


Filed under Featured Stories, Features, In-Depth, Lifestyle, Profiles, Showcase, World

High school is a time when students look into their future and start determining their next steps. Kaneland graduate Katie Meuer is a part of the Peace Corps in Lesotho, but had not even thought about that as a livelihood while in high school. “Peace Corps wasn't really on my mind in high school a whole l...

Changes on the court

Changes on the court

By: Bailey Prichard, Editor

August 21, 2018


Filed under Basketball (Boys), Features, Showcase, Sports

     It is time for a change in the Kaneland Athletic Department as we welcome the new boys varsity basketball head coach Russ Zick.      “I’m definitely excited for the upcoming season and it will be interesting to see how the program will adjust to a possibly new style of coaching an...

Kanye at Kuipers?

Kanye at Kuipers?

By: Abril Salinas, Executive

June 10, 2018


Filed under Community, Events, Features, In-Depth, Music, Pulse, Showcase

Kuipers Family Farm in Maple Park is a staple place in the Kaneland community for things like apple cider doughnuts and hayrides. On Wednesday, June 6 about 300-400 people were gathered at Kuipers for more than just their apple cider donuts though. Kuipers has been reported as one of three scheduled...

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