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Syrian Conflict: What to Know

Louise Holway, Senior Editor/Staff Writer
April 28, 2017
Filed under News, Spotlights

Get informed about the basics of the Syrian Conflict and how it affects your life

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The War for Independence

The War for Independence

Liesl Quigley, Staff Writer
April 9, 2017
Filed under News, Spotlights

When Scotland voted decisively to remain in the UK in 2014, most thought that it would be the only independence vote for some time. The then-Scottish first minister Alex Salmond stepped down, while the then-prime minister David Cameron claimed that the three parties in parliament would work together...

How to Pull Through the Last Quarter of High School

How to Pull Through the Last Quarter of High School

Marran Oakman, Staff Writer
April 7, 2017
Filed under News, Showcase, Spotlights

The fourth quarter is finally here, and summer is around the corner.  Seniors might be coming down with "senioritis,” which describes seniors who are unmotivated through the last semester of the school  year. Seniors with senioritis tend to be lazy, tardy to class and have dismissive attitudes.  Senioritis...

Behind The Scenes: Spirit Week

Kylie Rossborough, Staff Writer
March 24, 2017
Filed under Spotlights, Student Life

Last Friday, the one week that has always given a little more life to this dull month of March came to a close here at KHS. Spirit week is the perfect way to break up this seemingly endless month. Not only does it encourage students to come together and embrace looking a little silly, but it also giv...

Humans of KHS: Leah Payne

Humans of KHS: Leah Payne

Elizabeth Heikkinen, Staff Writer
March 24, 2017
Filed under Humans of KHS, Spotlights

As the winner of most artistic for the senior class, Leah Payne is viewed by the school and the community as a true artist. Some would say that art runs in Leah’s blood because her mom is a professional artist. Since starting at Kennebunk High School her freshman year, Leah has been able to showcase ...

Kennebunk Hockey: Team Chemistry and Leadership

Kennebunk Hockey: Team Chemistry and Leadership

Kylie Rossborough, Staff Writer
March 10, 2017
Filed under Sports, Spotlights, Student Life

Last Tuesday night,  the boy’s varsity ice hockey season came to a close, marking the end of their season here at KHS. After a well-fought attempt to make it to the Colisee in Lewiston for the fourth year in a row, Kennebunk fell short to Greely 5-2, ending their season 12-6-1. Behind this record is a...

2016-2017 Ski Season in Review

2016-2017 Ski Season in Review

Louise Holway, Senior Editor/Staff Writer
March 10, 2017
Filed under Showcase, Sports, Spotlights

Although Maine winters are known for their brutally cold days and treacherous snowstorms, many Mainers embrace the winter months by hitting the slopes at ski resorts across Maine. As the warmer weather rolls in, many are trading in their skis for beach chairs with another successful ski season under the...

Humans of KHS: Grace Mastrangelo

Humans of KHS: Grace Mastrangelo

February 28, 2017
Filed under Humans of KHS, Spotlights, Student Life

When Grace Mastrangelo, a senior, first began writing Humans of KHS during the fall semester, she was enthralled and excited to get a glimpse at some of the diversity that lives inside our little school. Mastrangelo has always been intrigued by people’s stories because they so often allow one to see...

Storks Movie Review

Kellie Ryan, Writer
January 11, 2017
Filed under Spotlights, Student Life

Upon watching this movie, it struck me as a cute family comedy with funny references here and there. Storks is a story about a stork and a woman who have to deliver a baby without anyone finding out, due to the fact that the Storks stopped delivering babies long ago. The movie is based on their journey...

Ice Ice Baby

Olivia Aiken + Kayla Gralia, staff writer+ photographer
January 11, 2017
Filed under Photo Gallery, Spotlights

Ice is a hot topic these days, especially when everyone is falling for it (and not in a good way). The smooth killer is a danger to everyone; regardless of age, race, religion, or who you voted for in the presidential election. With the construction, the long trek into school from the parking lot has...

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