Looking Forward to 2020

Antonio Roldan, Reporter

January 16, 2020

Joker Review: Controversial and Enjoyable

M.J. Wilkins, News Co-Editor

December 5, 2019

With superheroes and comic book movies becoming very popular in recent years, it’s no surprise that Hollywood has decided to make a solo film about one of the most iconic and recognizable villains: the Joker. Unlike Marvel or DC movies that stick to a PG rating, Mr. Todd Phillips’ take on the la...

Cultural Integration: Looking at our Language Classes Through Another Lens

Lea and Martina, two German university students came to talk to German 1 and 3/4 to talk to German class about their life and studies in Germany.

Gillian Minarik, Staff Writer

January 16, 2019

"If we can look past the seemingly rigid academic standards and strive to embrace different languages and cultures--rather than simply participating for a grade--we discover in our language classes worthwhile, lifelong skills that also happen to be fun!"

The Necessity of Guns in the 21st Century: A Fantasy in the Face of Reality

Sabrina Fiore, Features Editor

April 5, 2018

Thirteen thousand, two-hundred eighty-six human beings were killed by a gun in The United States in 2015. Fifteen thousand, five-hundred forty-nine human beings were killed by a gun in 2017 stated, Gun Violence Archive. The year 2018 has only just begun. Already 17 innocent teachers and students...

A Different Perspective: Outdoor Pep Rally

Seniors out on the field wearing black and gold. Picture Credit to Robert Silveria.

Sarah Kinder, Staff Writer

February 6, 2018

It has been a year of changes here at North Kingstown High School. One of the biggest plot twists that none of the students expected was the pep rally being changed to an outdoor setting. For some, this adjustment was very controversial because it has been a tradition to be in the gymnasium. Although for...

Journalism Justice: Save The Current Wave

Members of the 2016-17 staff for The Current Wave

Sarah Popovic, Staff Writer

May 31, 2017

Passionate journalists start young: the great Christiane Amanpour graduated from the University of Rhode Island Harrington School of Communications in 1983. Before pursuing journalism as her major, her early life and first hand experiences within the Islamic Revolution led her to desire to become a journalist...

Students share conflicting views about class rank

Hannah Kuczmarski, Staff Writer

March 31, 2017

Background: Class rank is a system in which students are ranked against their peers based on their weighted GPAs.  AP classes are weighted more than honors-level classes, and are both weighted more than CP classes.  This school year, the sophomores, juniors and seniors received their class ranks...

Junior year: Looking back and looking ahead

Sarah Popovic, Staff Writer

March 31, 2017

Each year, juniors struggle to juggle between completing several nightly hours of homework, studying for multiple tests in one day, doing SAT preparation, participating in extracurricular activities, and visiting colleges. Junior year has the reputation to be the most stressful year within one’s h...

Staff Editorial: Consider signing up for Introduction to Journalism or Newspaper Production CP / Honors

The Current Wave Staff

February 15, 2017

When creating your schedule for the 2017-18 school year, please consider signing up for Introduction to Journalism or Newspaper Production. Although Introduction to Journalism is still being offered this year during the second semester, Newspaper Production, which has been offered at NKHS for sev...

Money, resources used for Chromebooks would be better spent elsewhere

Abigail Haines, Staff Writer

February 8, 2017

At the start of this academic year, every student in grades 4-12 received a school-issued Chromebook. In addition, each teacher in the district, classrooms for grades 1-3 and loaner carts were purchased. According to the Director of Information Technology, Michael Waterman, the distribution of Chrom...

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