The Current Wave

The Current Wave

Cultural Integration: Looking at our Language Classes Through Another Lens

Cultural Integration: Looking at our Language Classes Through Another Lens

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!"

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,...

New Service Dog Comes to NKHS

New Service Dog Comes to NKHS

Chris Dunlaevy, Co Editor- In- Chief

October 5, 2018

Sophomore Aidan Sullivan is a pretty typical teenager. He likes to play guitar, listens to punk rock, and enjoys spending time with his friends and family, his best friend Jack in particular. Jack’s pretty average, too. One thing stands out, though. He’s a service dog. Jack is the new servic...

It’s Your Choice to Add Your Voice

It’s Your Choice to Add Your Voice

Michael Vento, Editor

October 3, 2018

Are you interested in current affairs? Do you feel the need to talk about issues that plague the school? The power to voice your opinion is provided through the Student Union. “What is Student Union?” you might be asking. Well, you’re not alone. Fellow Sophomore Sam Murphy claims she knows “nothing...

HOW SKIPPER ARE YOU?????

HOW SKIPPER ARE YOU?????

Julia Tobin, Staff Writer

September 18, 2018

Senior Project Showcase

Sarah Popovic, Editor- In- Chief

April 12, 2018

On Sunday, December 17th, Maisy Carvalho hosted a hair donations drive sponsored by Pantene Beautiful Lengths. At this drive, she had a panel of volunteer hairdressers come in to cut eight inches off of people hair. Those eight inches were then sent to Pantene Beautiful Lengths to be made into wigs for...

School Security

Chris Dunlaevy, News Editor

April 12, 2018

The world has changed since the events at Majory Stoneman Douglas High School, this past February 14th. That much is unquestionable. But even as the world has changed, with survivors calling out the NRA, planning rallies, trying to create change, NKHS has changed as well. We have received a new school res...

Bitcoin: The Revolution

Andrew Sok, Staff Writer

April 12, 2018

A graduate of North Kingstown High School in 2016 (who would like to remain anonymous) has stated that he made millions of dollars off the company Bitcoin. Bitcoin is a type of digital currency (cryptocurrency) that isn’t backed up by a central bank or a government. Bitcoin can be used to buy go...

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