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WWII ‘Kissing Sailor’ Spray-Painted with #MeToo

WWII ‘Kissing Sailor’ Spray-Painted with #MeToo

Elise M., Reporter

March 6, 2019


Filed under News

The Unconditional Surrender statue in Sarasota Florida was vandalized Monday 18, 2019, a day after the male veteran the statue is modeled after, died. The statue, nicknamed the “Kissing Statue” was spray painted with “#MeToo” on the left leg of the nurse. Sarasota officers responded at 12:55 am ...

Weirdest Sports Around the World

Weirdest Sports Around the World

Allen H., Reporter

January 15, 2019


Filed under Sports

Almost everyone on earth knows what soccer is and many people around the world know sports like basketball, football, cricket, baseball, hockey, and golf. What many people don’t know about are the uncommon, non-competitive sports, and ones that are questionable in terms of whether they should even be ...

What is the Longest Piece of Fiction in the World?

What is the Longest Piece of Fiction in the World?

Alyssa W., Reporter

October 9, 2018


Filed under Features

Okay, so everyone has read long books. Some seem longer than others...a lot longer. What is the longest book that one can read? Perhaps it is the Harry Potter series, The Land of Stories series, or any other  2-inch-or-more book. But what is the longest piece of fiction ever written in human history...

Oldest Languages

Oldest Languages

Heleni N., Editor

March 19, 2018


Filed under Features

There are over 5,000 languages spoken in the world. As a child you learn a language usually the one your parents speak, but as get older can learn many more. In the United States the most common languages are English, Spanish, Chinese, and French. Which are all fairly modern languages although still...

Opium Addict Parrots Ravage Poppy Fields For Their Choice Drug

Opium Addict Parrots Ravage Poppy Fields For Their Choice Drug

Daisy K., Editor

April 19, 2017


Filed under Features

We’ve all heard of the amazing things parrots can do - whether it can be bad or good, it’s always guaranteed to rouse a laugh out of anyone who hears it! Of course, the most famous feat parrots have accomplished so far is the ability to mimic human speech (even if it does pick up the bad parts o...

The Humanitarian Crisis of 2017

The Humanitarian Crisis of 2017

Brian B., Editor

March 28, 2017


Filed under Features

On March 11 of 2017, UN humanitarian chief Stephen O’Brien released a public statement that more than 20 million people were in famine and starvation in countries such as Yemen, Somalia, South Sudan, and Nigeria. O’Brien’s announcement later led to the declaration of the new humanitarian crisis ...

The UFO World: An Odd Experience, and a Few Problems

The UFO World: An Odd Experience, and a Few Problems

Jack G., Reporter

March 14, 2017


Filed under Features

Many have heard of UFOs as vehicles from outer space or other civilizations. Most of the time a sighting of a UFO is dismissed as natural phenomena (such as an airplane or star) or some other spectacle happening.  Quin G., a student at Kraemer Middle School, states that “UFOs are hoaxes created by w...

Cheap Ways to Travel the World’s Most Expensive Places

Cheap Ways to Travel the World’s Most Expensive Places

Charis P., Reporter

February 27, 2017


Filed under Food & Travel

Many people often have an ideal vacation spot in mind, but they are usually too expensive to travel to. Fortunately, with the help of local experts and helpful tips there are now ways to plan affordable trips to expensive destinations such as Hong Kong, France, and Australia. One tip would be to travel ...

The Fastest Train In the World

The Fastest Train In the World

Julius Y., Reporter

January 31, 2017


Filed under Science & Technology

Trains have changed transportation, but when the first bullet train was introduced to the world, trains have become more efficient. Now bullet trains are evolving, currently using maglev (magnetic levitation) instead of wheels, allowing trains to travel at extreme speeds. The LO Series is the fastest tr...

Why Recycling is Important

Why Recycling is Important

David F., Reporter

December 13, 2016


Filed under Opinion

Most people know what recycling is, but haven’t actually thought of doing it. People throw away bottles, cans, and bags without knowing it can be recycled. Recycling is good for the planet because it reduces waste and keeps public spaces clean. Recyclables may even be used to make other products one...

Top Ten National Dishes

Top Ten National Dishes

Victoria L., Assistant Editor

October 17, 2016


Filed under Food & Travel

Most countries have their favorite or national dish. This is a vital part of a country’s identity and is essential for tourists around the world. These dishes are the top ten national dishes that are popular with the local residents and tourists. According to a student who attends Kraemer Middle Scho...

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