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Oscar Nominations: Student Vote

Article by Kevin Lewis

The 91st Academy Awards has been one of the most controversial in recent memory. With no host and outrage over multiple decisions made by the production – including the infamous Best Popular Film category –  this Sunday’s broadcast has been clouded in uncertainty and judgment. The Academy is often criticized for its inability to be in touch with the moviegoing public. Continue reading

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Basketball Rundown

Article by Austin Evans and Ryan Freeman

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Photo by Jim Schult

The last week of the regular season for the men’s varsity basketball team gave them good momentum heading into the sectional tournament coming up this week. The Knights played the Turpin Spartans, who are second in the ECC, and the Anderson Redskins, who are last in the ECC. Continue reading

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Academic Quiz Team Seniors Grateful for Experience

Article by Ryan Freeman
Photos by Erin Seccia

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From left to right: Seniors Mo Juenger, Zoey Fitzgerald Kidwell, and Jackson Hacker focus hard during their Anderson match. 

Donned in red cardigan sweaters, the Kings Academic Quiz Team hosted their senior night last Friday, February 10th, taking on the visiting Turpin Spartans from Forest Hills. Continue reading

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Kings Choir Hosts a Recital

Article by Bayley Gilligan

Gilligan Choir.JPGOn Saturday, February 16th, the Kings Choir program will host their first annual Heart and Song recital in the high school cafeteria at 7pm. This performance will feature the talents of Hope Milthaler’s independent study students Amy Helms and Justin Alcorn. All proceeds from this fundraiser will be used to help support the King’s Choir program. Continue reading

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Junior High Theatre Puts a New Twist on a Classic Fairytale

Article by Delaney Mettey

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Photo by Delaney Mettey

Magic mirror on the wall, who is the fairest one of all?  The Kings Junior High seventh and eighth graders performed a new twist on an old classic “Snow White and the Prince” on February 7, 8, and 9. The story in this version follows Snow White as she prepares for her eighteenth birthday party and dreams of finding her Prince Charming. It’s a clever retelling of a classic tale.

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BPA Students Advance to State

Article by Shannon Tuggle

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On Tuesday February 5, 2019 Kings students attended the 2019 Region 17 Business Professionals of America awards ceremony at Springboro High School. Continue reading

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Basketball Rundown

Article by Austin Evans and Ryan Freeman

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Photo by Jim Schult

The boys varsity basketball team only played two games last week, both out of town, one against the ECC leaders, the West Clermont Wolves, and the other against the Lebanon Warriors.

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Man Overboard: The Trouble with Toxic Masculinity in Advertising

Opinion by Ryan O’Donnell

Ryan OGillette recently celebrated its 30th anniversary on January 13, 2019; while one would think this would lead to a Wolf of Wall Street-esque celebration consisting of binging, babes, and boozing, Gillette decided to flip the script entirely. The sultans of shaving stock unleashed a new advertisement titled “We Believe”, and even changed their slogan to “The Best Men Can Be” to reflect their new ideals. The commercial immediately polarized consumers; it is currently the 25th most disliked video on YouTube, with 34 percent of the video’s comments being deleted within just nine days of being uploaded. However, this firestorm of social media backlash is for all the wrong reasons. Continue reading

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Anna-Claire Barker and Erin Seccia sit down to talk to students who are working towards their goals for success. This broadcast was a part of the annual Business Professionals of America competition and placed 1st in the regional event.

Video created by Kevin Lewis and Erin Seccia