A Wyvern’s Tale

As I submitted my first (and hopefully last) college applications, the realization that I am actually a senior hit me. It was a bittersweet moment for me; it was so relieving to know that years of hard work were finally going to pay off, but, at the same time, it was confirmation that I am […]

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A Wyvern’s Tale

Like many other seniors, the college application process is not one I have been enjoying. The entire admissions process is one that causes anxiety and is dehumanizing to an extent. It boils years and years of hard work, dedication, success, and failures down to numbers and statistics. College admissions officers are supposed to understand who […]

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Mrs. Bailey Retirement

After 35 years of teaching and coaching at KO, Middle School science teacher Judy Bailey has decided to take a step back from teaching. Mrs. Bailey has been a dedicated member of the KO faculty since 1987, and during the few years that she wasn’t teaching, she still made time to coach. During Mrs. Bailey’s […]

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Wyvern’s Tale

This Wyvern’s Tale is going to be very different from my last one because right now there are crucial political issues going on that need to be talked about. I did promise that at some point I would return to my roots of political writing, and here we are with yet another pressing issue in […]

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Wyvern’s Tale

I can honestly say that I never thought I would be sitting here, writing my first Wyvern’s Tale as editor-in-chief of the KO News. But now that I am writing this, I don’t think I am able to do justice to how excited I am about having this opportunity.  When I took my first journalism […]

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