Spring football, getting ready for next season

ZACHARY HARPER and CHRIS HERNANDEZ

May 21, 2015

Filed under Arts, Features, & More, Football, Sports

Spring football began recently, and players and coaches are working hard to get better for next season.

All the New Apple Gear Wrapped Up

NIKKI AMARILLO, Staff Writer

May 20, 2015

Filed under Arts, Features, & More

The Apple Watch is the new trending smartwatch in the market. All watches provide the basic functions such as heart rate monitor, apps, and accessing your Apple iPhone. The Apple Watch connects to Users iPhone via bluetooth....

BOLLYWOOD FILMS: How Indian cinema differs from Hollywood

Pakiza Aslam, Staff Writer

May 20, 2015

Filed under Arts, Features, & More, Showcase

BOLLYWOOD FILMS: How Indian cinema differs from Hollywood PAKIZA ASLAM   Rahul to Miss Braganza: “Love is friendship, if she can’t be my good friend then I cannot fall in love with her.” This quote is from...

PADLOCK LOVE; Paris’s unique tourist tradition

AUTUMN DAVIS, Staff writer

May 20, 2015

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A bridge? A padlock? In Paris, France, there’s a bridge where several tourists go each year to place a padlock with their name and their special someone's name. After they place the padlock on the bridge they throw the key into the Seine River to symbolize their undying love for each other.

Teaching In A Way That Keeps Kids Laughing

May 20, 2015

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Karla Chandler shows her classes different types of introductory paragraphs, not with examples, but with dancing. She had a separate dance for every introduction. For an introduction called “the funnel,” starting with a broad...

BIZARRE FOODS: Travelling the world of food with Andrew Zimmern

COLBY JONES, Staff writer

May 19, 2015

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Andrew Zimmern is on a popular show called “Bizarre Foods” where he travels the world and eats all kinds of strange and delicious meals. Some of these dishes include: mixed grilled udders and intestines, pig skin spaghetti, grilled tuna spines, squirrel brains, and horse mane sashimi.

percussion gone wild

May 19, 2015

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MIA GUERRA AND GABRIELA TALAVERA   Every year the  percussionists  of KISD  holds a night with the percussion concert .To show off their talent , hard work and dedication.   “The percussion students have been...

Game Review: FIFA 15 is family friendly, has mostly positives

Jair Rivera, Story Writer

May 14, 2015

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FIFA 15 came out September for Playstation and Xbox. It is family friendly and has many positives and few negatives.I’ve had this game since October and I’ve had plenty of playing time on it.

Mexican food vs. Tex-Mex: The differences between these unique, wonderful cuisines

ELVIRA SANTACRUZ and ANA HERNANDEZ

May 12, 2015

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The cuisine we now call Tex-Mex is rooted in the state’s Tejano culture (Texans of Spanish or Mexican heritage who live in Texas before it became a republic) and also Mexican immigrants who hailed largely from Northern Mexico. Until the 1970’s, though, most people referred to it simply as Mexican food.

TASTY: Some delicious snack combinations

ALIZAE MAYS and MELISSA VAZQUEZ

May 5, 2015

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Sometimes you have more than one snack to eat and you feel like maybe together it will combine to be delicious. Here are some great snack combinations:

KHS art department gets creative with paper mache

JACOB KELTNER and ALLISON MILLS

April 30, 2015

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The KHS art department has creating paper mache creatures. Paper mache can be a fun, but messy project and takes lots of creative skills to make something great.

All About May

JASMINE MOWLES and MAKALA MOWLES

April 29, 2015

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The month of May was named for the greek goddess Maia. She was the goddess of fertility. May is the third and last month of spring. The birthstone of May, the emerald, symbolizes success and love. The flower of May is the Lily of the Valley. The Zodiac signs are Taurus and Gemini. May is a time of liveliness and fertility. It is also a time to see Mother Nature’s beauty in full bloom.

THE LARGE LIST: Big ticket dream items

MACY MCGLAMERY and JACI PFEIFER

April 29, 2015

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If you were blessed with an unimaginable amount of money and wanted to buy some interesting gadgets, technology, and just plain old cool stuff, these may be some ideal purchases.

DRAWN TO ART: Student nurtures her talent for sketching

ALYSSA MILLER, Staff writers

April 23, 2015

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KHS student Katie Good is just one of the many people here that have a gifted talent in art. Good is a sophomore at KHS and is an Art 1 student.

Artists at KHS

April 22, 2015

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KHS student Katie Good is just one of the many people that have a gifted talent in drawing. Good is a sophomore at KHS and is an Art 1. Katie prefers to draw portraits of the people she interacts with. She doesn’t have a...

Editorial: Today’s menu – cafeteria workers serve up dedication, hard work

JASMINE MOWLES and MAKALA MOWLES

April 21, 2015

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The staff that works in the cafeteria, deserve to be acknowledged for all the hard work they do. They go through daily routines to make sure the students and teachers of KHS are satisfied with good food, and have proper nutrients. They offer everyone two out of three meals a day, which is a pretty difficult task, and they do it in a timely manner. Many essential components go into making breakfast and lunch everyday, but these ladies make it happen.

MOVIE REVIEW: The Boy Next Door

VALERIE PINALES, Staff writer

April 21, 2015

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“The Boy Next Door” starring Jennifer Lopez and Ryan Guzman was recently released. This movie was very popular when it debuted.

AT THE MOVIES: Hot flick picks through summer

DANIELA DURAN and VALERIE VEGA

April 20, 2015

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Want to know what movies are coming out in 2015? This is the right place. Here are a few films being released June through September.

CONCERT REVIEW

SIERRA BILLEAU, Staff Writer

April 14, 2015

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Post-Rock bands Sleeping With Sirens and Pierce The Veil recently came to Dallas on March 1, on their world tour, at Gilly’s in Dallas.

MOVIE REVIEW: The Gridiron Gang serves up motivational story

MASON KEMP, Staff writer

April 14, 2015

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The Gridiron Gang is a very inspirational and motivating movie about a bunch of teenage boys that are involved in gangs and have been sent to a teenage prison camp. When they bring in a football coach, they learn how to work as a team.

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