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King's Charisma during the ISSMA jazz set

We Are One

Faith Abbott March 12, 2021

One thing I look forward to every nine weeks is the choir concert I know will be at the end. Every day during seventh period I work with the other Kings Charisma students as well as Mrs. Dubois to learn...

Writer's Block

Writer’s Block

Bella Panmei, Senior writer March 8, 2021

Writing takes a lot of time and energy. One must be passionate/invested in it to make an outstanding piece of written work. Of course, not everyone is going to always have that magnificent lightbulb moment....

Scooby-Doo: The Legend

Scooby-Doo: The Legend

Rochelle Pense, Senior Writer March 5, 2021

Growing up, one of my favorite shows to watch was Scooby-Doo. Since I was born in 2003, I mostly watched the animated version What’s New Scooby-Doo. However, as I got older I started to watch some of...

Abortion- A Woman's Right

Abortion- A Woman’s Right

Faith Abbott March 5, 2021

Abortion is a sensitive and controvertial topic. Recently, Olivia Packard posted an article “Why Abortion Should be Stopped” on the Kings Courier. I read this article, and while the author had decent...

The Sinister Reason Behind Marijuana's Schedule 1 Rating

The Sinister Reason Behind Marijuana’s Schedule 1 Rating

Preston Parker, Junior Writer March 4, 2021

Weed, pot, reefer, grass, dope, Mary Jane, or whatever you want to call it, marijuana has a bad reputation. In recent years, recreational use of marijuana has been slowly growing and gaining support across...

Why Abortion Should be Stopped

Why Abortion Should be Stopped

Olivia Packard, Senior Writer February 19, 2021

Abortion is a very sensitive as well as controversial topic to discuss today in society. Should abortion be a woman’s right? A majority of people would agree that there is nothing wrong with abortion...I...

The Significance Behind To Kill A Mockingbird's Title

The Significance Behind To Kill A Mockingbird’s Title

Preston Parker, Junior Writer February 18, 2021

Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird dissects the explorative inclination and assumed innocence that all children have and tells a story of how this unique perspective interprets an ugly, racist world....

Nostalgia 101

Nostalgia 101

Bella Panmei, Senior writer February 8, 2021

Ever since we were on lockdown, I have tried to seek out old books, movies, and shows to watch since everything had been postponed to release later. I instantly had a sudden tsunami, not a wave, of nostalgia...

Masks Forever?

Masks Forever?

Madison Cummins, Senior Writer January 19, 2021

As we all know, everyone is required to wear a face mask at school, and it is highly recommended and even mandatory to wear one in certain public places. Wearing a mask is something that has become a routine...

Domestic Terrorists Attack the Capitol Building

Domestic Terrorists Attack the Capitol Building

Faith Abbott January 16, 2021

The 2020 election was one for the books; the history books that is. Former Vice President Joe Biden ran against President Donald Trump for the most coveted title in America: President of the United States....

Repercussion of Insurrection: Instigator and Perpetrator

Repercussion of Insurrection: Instigator and Perpetrator

So... what now?
Preston Parker, Junior Writer January 15, 2021

The attempted coup on the Capitol of the United States simultaneously shocked some and didn’t surprise others. On one hand, republicans and democrats alike were aghast at how people just like them could...

New Girl

Bella Panmei, Senior writer December 27, 2020

Throughout the course of the school year, the majority of the staff and students have been quarantined in multiple instances. I was so glad I had not been called to quarantine for almost the whole semester,...

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