Taking a Bite out of COVID-19

Many students’ favorite part of the day is lunch at KO. This year things are different: the seating arrangement has changed, and the food tastes different. “It feels different,” eighth-grader Alex Braunstein said. There is plexi glass in between seats, boxed lunches, and six feet apart in the serving line. “The plexi glass makes it […]

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Up in the air about air travel

After COVID-19 hit, the number of people traveling by air decreased substantially due to heightened feelings of anxiety concerning virus exposure. However, now that more and more citizens are getting vaccinated, flying is, once again, becoming a popular mode of transportation. Despite the fact that many have been timid to fly during the pandemic, for […]

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Science during the age of COVID-19

Teachers and students alike have adjusted their teaching and learning during the pandemic. To some, the class that has been affected the most is science class. However some feel that a class that has changed the most is science class.  For Head of the Middle School science department Josh Garrison, COVID-19 has prevented his classes […]

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