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Kobe’s Death Give Students Pause
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Climbing the Walls with Art
Men’s Chorus Honored to Perform at KMEA

Men’s Chorus Honored to Perform at KMEA

February 5, 2020

Cabaret Makes Music from the Movies

Cabaret Makes Music from the Movies

November 29, 2019

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COVID-19 and the Lax Season

Zach Tackett, Staff Writer
March 21, 2020

As almost everyone knows, COVID-19 (aka Coronavirus) has been sweeping the world off its feet these past few weeks. This has closed schools as well as school sports. KHSAA has halted all sports up until April 6. This is when students are expecting to go back to school. Most believe that due to the growing threat of the virus, they could be out for longer. "There is a good chance you won't be going...

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March Madness Canceled

Aaron Abrahamson, Staff Writer
March 21, 2020

College basketball fans were left heartbroken after the news that the NCAA tournament was canceled due to the outbreak of COVID-19. Even though fans were saddened by the news, everyone understood why. The prevention of the virus has been taken very seriously, and the NCAA is playing its part in trying to suppress it. The most heartbroken by the news were the senior players who had no clue when their...

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Video Games and Things To Pass The Time at Home

Matthew Maggard, Stafff Writer
March 25, 2020

With school being cancelled the last two weeks and all the way until April 20th, students are scrambling to find something to do in their free time. Many are taking this extra time to sleep, but many others are looking for entertainment through video games. Games such as Madden 20, NBA 2k20, Fortnite, and Call of Duty are seeing extra players and more participation in their games, because most people...

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‘Led Zeppelin’ Wins Ongoing Copyright Infringement Case Over ‘Stairway to Heaven’

Mika Maynard, Stafff Writer
March 10, 2020

Legendary classic rock band Led Zeppelin won a major, ongoing copyright battle on Monday after claims that certain sections of their claim-to-fame song, “Stairway to Heaven,” had been stolen. The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals had a jury verdict that found “Stairway to Heaven” to be free of any stolen content from the 1968 song “Taurus” by fellow rock group Spirit. The lawsuit, filed in...

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Post Malone Denies Claims of Drug Usage

Mika Maynard, Staff Writer
March 10, 2020

Famous rapper/singer Post Malone interrupted his performance last Friday to assure worried fans he is doing well after rumors online spread of him possibly doing drugs. Many of Post Malone’s fans had taken to different social media outlets, such as Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, to spread videos of the rapper acting erratically and seemingly inebriated. In these videos, he was seen to have been struggling...

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