The Knight Times

Anti-racism: from resolution to action

Abby MacNeil, Managing Editor | October 28, 2020

I (a POC) was walking to class on my first day in the school after moving into the area and didn’t know what room my class was in, or even what floor. I wasn’t close to anybody in the school and was so nervous to be so outnumbered as a minority in the school. I asked another male (white) in the hallway I was in at the moment where the class I was looking for was. He told me that it was right past...

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Teachers and students take on the challenge of online learning

Mackenzie Kelleher, News Section Editor | May 21, 2020

Throughout April and the beginning of May, students and teachers worked through struggles to adapt to online learning, not only enduring challenges associated with learning from a distance but also finding some positives.   Students have two or three assignments for each class and have all week to complete them.  Some teachers have expressed concern about the extensive time it takes to...

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Gianna Annese, 12

May 19, 2020

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Chelsey Zugaro, 12

May 19, 2020

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Katie Arnesen, 12

May 18, 2020

Keeping faith in the pandemic

Ansley Taylor, Staff Writer | May 21, 2020

The whole world switched to videos: classrooms, daycares, business offices, and sporting events. Churches have also found creative ways to use video platforms during the stay at home orders to connect with their congregations. One local church, Rivers Crossing, has had an online platform to stream services before the crisis began.     Rivers Crossing made adjustments to the services and...

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Students take up new hobbies during extended stay at home measure.

Kaitlyn Beauchamp | May 20, 2020

As Ohio’s stay at home measure stretches on, students continue to have extra time on their hands after they finish their remote learning assignments for the day.  While some students spend the extra quality time with their siblings and their families, binge watch whatever they can find on Netflix, or catch up on sleep. Others have taken this time to pick up a new hobby. Sophomore Lauren Deaton...

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Athletes self motivate to work out during shut down
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Stop telling girls to smile

Kayla Estrada, Editor-in-Chief | October 13, 2020

In the 7th grade I began to contemplate what it truly means to be a girl in this world. Confused by provocative gestures and angered by insignificant rumors, walks home from school became solitude, my sanctuary. At 12 years old, this quiet time was stripped away from me.  I remember it was a rainy Tuesday afternoon. I looked down at my bright yellow rain boots stomping on the puddles splattered...

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Essential: Kroger employees share observations

Lauren Bush, Staff Writer | May 19, 2020

“Time and tide wait for no man.” -Geoffrey Chaucer    Chaucer’s words have found themselves in my mind many times throughout the day. Every time I get in my car and drive to Kroger, where I currently work, I can not help but wonder when time will catch up with me. All of these protective measures I have taken—wearing gloves and a mask, washing my hands frequently, wiping down the...

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