Letter to the Editor: Student Union Election

September 22, 2020

"I fear that if I were to continue as the President of the Student Union much longer, my own interests combined with the potential danger of 'senioritis' would stifle some of the progress the Student Union could be making." -Joe Vento

State Elections Approach as National Elections Take the Stage

Alina Rutherford, Reporter

January 14, 2020

On November 3, 2020, seniors and juniors at North Kingstown High School will have their first opportunity to vote in a presidential election. The upcoming 2020 elections have been highly publicized on the national spectrum, but Rhode Island’s local elections are just as important and upperclassman ...

Graphic Graffiti

Chris Dunlaevy, Editor in Chief

January 3, 2020

Students were surprised to find the front entrance of North Kingstown High School covered in graffiti when they returned after holiday break on Thursday morning. The graffiti had use of explicit language, as well as graphic drawings. It has also been stated by multiple students that stop signs along ...

State Elections Approach as National Elections Take the Stage

Alina Rutherford, Reporter

January 2, 2020

On November 3, 2020, seniors and juniors at North Kingstown High School will have their first opportunity to vote in a presidential election. The upcoming 2020 elections have been highly publicized on the national spectrum, but Rhode Island’s local elections are just as important and upperclassman ...

Vaping Epidemic in American Schools

Skyla Rubek, Reporter

January 2, 2020

With cigarette use on a steady decline in young people, many thought the dangers to go along with it would disappear. However, when e-cigarettes and other vaping products hit the market with the promise of being safe, the epidemic began all over again. There is now research and even deaths to show that sa...

New NK Policies Affect Students

Caroline Dowd, Features Editor

January 2, 2020

This year, multiple new policies have been implemented at North Kingstown High School.  The first of these policies is the new set of cell phone rules. Last school year, teachers requested that school administration enact stricter rules regarding student cell phone usage. School administrators then t...

The Youth Take to the Streets to Fight Against Climate Change

Eve Piazza, Reporter

December 8, 2019

An international school strike for climate took place on Friday September 20th following the leadership of Swedish student activist, Greta Thunberg. Students skipped school and took to the streets to demand action from politicians to combat the growing climate crisis. Millions around the world partook, including...

Let’s get this blood

Chloe Swanson, Reporter

December 5, 2019

Donating blood is something that everybody should do, and something that people are needed for everyday. With the upcoming blood drive this November, you have the chance to donate the blood that someone needs every two seconds. The record for the most donated blood at one drive was 331 pints, Assistant Principal D...

True Colors Revealed: What’s Changing With Class Spirit

Julia Tobin, Editor

January 16, 2019

The goal for the administration this year has been to unify the student body and to focus on the rivalry between schools, not classes. Mrs. Garcia said, “We are looking to have more camaraderie, we would love it if the catalyst for all of our angst was the opposing team that we are playing at the football game versus the freshmen.”

Parking Lot Problems

Parking Lot Problems

Alyssa Gibbs, Staff Writer

November 7, 2018

With a new school year comes new privileges, and with those privileges come restrictions that students need to learn and respect. One of these new privileges, for juniors, is parking on campus and, for seniors, is parking in the upper lot. Some of the restrictions of this privilege concern who can park,...

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