Kaneland Krier

Is it time to stop taking risks and start being safe?

November 11, 2010


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

  Antinette "Toni" Keller told her friends that she was going on a walk to a DeKalb park to get some ideas for an art project. That’s the last time she was seen alive–going into the woods with her art portfolio and a camera. She was reported missing October 14 and burnt remains of her body were f...

New year brings new standards

New year brings new standards

September 23, 2010


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

As a new school year begins, it brings with it both the old and the new. The same old hallways, the familiar faces of classmates we’ve known since preschool and the yearly reading of the syllabuses of which the rules are now engraved into our minds forever. On the other hand, there are the new things: seniors will no longer be graduat...

The political blame game has not solved anything

May 16, 2010


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

Stop pointing fingers and start thinking of solutions. A shout out to all government officials, company heads and the general American public: although it may be entertaining, is playing the blame game really solving anything? This past year in politics has been filled with turmoil, whether it was oil...

Editorial: Krier returns to new year with higher standards

November 9, 2009


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 By Editorial Board Here's your first bit of news for the school year, courtesy of the Kaneland Krier: it's time to give up hibernating for 13 hours a day, spending time on meaningless filler activities so you don't get fused to the couch and flirting with those hotties at the pool. No more vacation...

Editorial: Boundary maintenance not just a problem for teachers

November 7, 2009


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By Editorial Board Everybody's seen it, either in movies or real life: it's that teacher that invades personal space when standing over their student's shoulder, that coach who gets a little too involved in the stretching of their athletes, or the boss who reserves that special promotion for the employee...

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