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App Assists Students with Grades

App Assists Students with Grades

By: Caitlyn Rawers, Editor in Chief of Print May 18, 2017

     Students who constantly want to predict their grade now have an app to assist them. The Gradebook app uses information that students already have to accurately predict their overall grade in the...

Being a junior at Kaneland, I’ve learned that there is way more benefits than drawbacks when it comes to having my mom, aka Mrs. Faletto, work in the same building.

Perks and Pitfalls of my Parent Working at KHS

By: Gabrielle Faletto, Reporter April 27, 2017

Have you ever wondered what it would be like having your mom or dad work at Kaneland High School? Walking through the hallway towards your second period class and seeing your mom, or as students know her...

Overdramatic or Nonchalant: Debating Irreversible Environmental Damages

Overdramatic or Nonchalant: Debating Irreversible Environmental Damages

By: Bella Vargas and Kaitlyn Becker March 1, 2017

Business needs to change  Since the industrial revolution, the world has been struggling with how to deal with the climate change crisis while still improving economies. Recently, large corporations...

Bee Aware: Save the Bees

Bee Aware: Save the Bees

By: Amanda Malawski , Editor February 22, 2017

For the first time in US history, seven species of Hawaiian yellow-faced bees have officially been added to the US endangered species list, according to National Geographic. It’s a sad fact that the...

Is being a superhuman attainable?

Is being a superhuman attainable?

By: Caitlyn Rawers, Editor in Chief December 5, 2016

Colleges and employers expect students to bring a lot to the table. Their idea of a perfect candidate is a person who volunteers, has a healthy social life, has good grades, was involved in extracurriculars...

A pair of shoes does not fix world poverty

A pair of shoes does not fix world poverty

By: Jessica Tiv, Editor September 30, 2016

Giving back and helping those in need are positive attributes that many individuals consider necessary in being a kind and considerate human being. Companies such as TOMS and Yoobi help consumers...

Locals of Rio are angry that the government has decided to spend billions on the Olympic Games.

Rio chooses temporary tourism over citizens health

By: Jessica Tiv , Editor June 20, 2016

Why hosting the Olympics is bad for Rio Imagine walking the trash-filled and rat-infested streets without any money clothes, shelter, or even food. Then imagine that your own government decides to pay...

Summer school is a popular option to keep students productive during the summer months.

Summer school creating brighter minds

By: Jessica Tiv, Editor June 5, 2016

Most students spend their summer traveling, watching Netflix or constantly sleeping. However, there are some students who decide to take summer courses to graduate early, get ahead, catch up or to get...

GoFundMe goes off the beaten path

GoFundMe goes off the beaten path

By: Madeline Mohatt, Executive May 31, 2016

What was once a crowdfunding platform to raise money for challenging, unfortunate incidents, or illness, has transformed into a selfish plea to repair a cracked iPhone screen, or hopeful wish to attend...

The idea of love is skewed by society.

In love with the idea of ‘love’

By: Bridget McCracken , Reporter March 15, 2016

Telling someone that you love them seems to say so much without actually meaning anything. The words are empty. Especially at this age, it’s hard to know if you actually love someone or just think you...

As spring rolls around, final exams are the last thing on seniors minds.

The last thing seniors want to take part in their final days of high school: exams

By: Gabby Cano, Assistant to the advisor March 14, 2016

In a few short months, Northern Illinois University [NIU] will be overflowing with distant relatives, tear-stained parents and apprehensive students with a crisp Kaneland High School diploma in hand. Seniors...

Holy cow, milk isnt so mighty

Holy cow, milk isn’t so mighty

By: Alicia Rocha, Editor January 25, 2016

Humans drink milk from the day they are born just like any other mammal, but do they actually need to drink it after infancy? According to Medical News Today, about 75 percent of people around the world...

Freshman at Kaneland High School read Romeo and Juliet.

Familiar storyline makes acting easier

By: Annika Berger , Reporter November 18, 2015

This year’s fall play is Romeo and Juliet. It’s a familiar story for most students here at KHS, considering everyone studies this play their freshman year of English. Sophomore Grayson Bilskey,...

School lunches come with a price tag

School lunches come with a price tag

By: Hannah Nauert , Editor September 22, 2015

Every day numerous students purchase their lunch in the school cafeteria. What they do not know is how much they are truly spending on their meal. While looking at the food one can purchase, only some...

Jenner transfers from the mucho man to feminine women

Escaping the in-crowd

By: Erika Leeper , Editor June 23, 2015

While growing up, I was always told to be myself and not to follow the in-crowd. This message is displayed everywhere, on television, in books and even at school. So, if we are supposed to be ourselves,...

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