Senior opinions about AP classes importance

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Elizabeth Zapata, Staff Writer
September 29, 2014

In these first few weeks of school, there have been seniors who have had an easy time in their classes while others have not had such luck. Several seniors were asked to give their opinions and answer a few questions about AP classes. The average amount of AP classes that most seniors have are about... Read more »

The importance of beauty

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Tamera Wilson, Staff Writer
September 23, 2014

We are all familiar with the saying, “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.” This idea is very true. We all see beauty in our own way. I might see someone as being beautiful, but another person can feel the complete opposite. In today’s society, being beautiful is based on your... Read more »

Judging: an everlasting problem

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Tamera Wilson, Staff Writer
September 22, 2014

Many people from generation to generation judge, and I often wonder why, so I asked a couple of people why they participate in it. The first person I asked is K/D student Anjelique Jackson, and she admitted she does participate in judging others because of their appearance. She has also been judged herself... Read more »

Café LA at King/Drew


Angel Roman, Staff Writer
September 17, 2014

Café LA is a nutritious food program that provides schools with healthy meals for breakfast and lunch. Why must students at schools be assured a healthy lunch? Students deserve to be able to work with a higher brain function to be able to concentrate on their academic assignments. Studies show that... Read more »

Are those even the new Jordans…

Mia Watts, Sports Editor
September 11, 2014

Most people are materialistic and are only concerned with what a person looks like, what a person likes, or what the next person is wearing. This is probably one of the biggest controversies in our society today among the younger generation. We never just get to know a person for who they are before... Read more »

Should King/Drew have late start?

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Stacy Hudson, Staff Writer
August 23, 2014

This year will make my 4th year attending King/Drew. According to the students, we think our school should have late start every Monday at 9:30am. Many other schools do it, so why can’t we? This idea can be beneficial to us students, teachers and staff. King/Drew is supposed to be a professional... Read more »

Influential Teachers ♥


Zulema Suarez, Sports Editor/Staff Writer
May 22, 2014

As a follow-up to the “Student’s Choose” article, I apologize for not following through with the dates posted.  I decided to instead, put up a combination article, meaning that the remaining results for the influential teachers for Math, History, and Science will all be posted into... Read more »

The English results are IN.


Zulema Suarez, Sports Editor/Staff Writer
March 25, 2014

To recap my last article entitled “Students Choose,” over the course of the next few weeks I will be writing numerous articles presenting results on what teacher has most influenced the Class of 2014.  Between Thursday, March 19, and Friday, March 20, I was able to survey over 100 seniors... Read more »

Plus Size Women Speak Out


Shawnese McGhee, Staff Writer
January 31, 2014

Do you feel that plus size stores should only have plus size mannequins? I understand how the plus sized models because when I went into this store looking for a dress to buy, and I saw a lot of things that caught my attention. I called the sales lady over to get a few dresses for me to try on and she... Read more »

Are Random Searches Necessary?


Angel David, Staff Writer
December 10, 2013

Random Searches are done throughout the school year, but many students just want to know what these particular safety precautions are for and why are they done. A student brought to my attention that a random search had been done inside her classroom and her classmates were outraged. Students were furious... Read more »