A Project for Better Journalism chapter
Column

Features

The Virtual Challenge: A look into the pros and cons of online schooling

November 14, 2020 4:04pm | Maikel De Avila

When Alief first announced Kerr was going virtual for the fall semester, a lot of people were shocked. Many students did not know what this meant for them. Questions about whether the change would be permanent or when they would be able to see their […]

New Kerr Staff

November 10, 2020 3:15pm | Chelsea Ezemba

Students are getting used to the new school year after what has been going on worldwide, and six new staff members are getting used to school as well. This year Kerr has welcomed three of its old students into the family as staff: Michelle Kasmarek, […]

Getting The Virus: Family experience COVID-19 infection

November 10, 2020 2:06pm | Thao Vo

A little cough escaped from senior Steven Phung as he worked on his school assignments. He held in a small sniffle and reached over to grab his water bottle. It might just be a common cold, Phung thought in the back of his head. As […]

Beyond the Dream: Clothing business nearing reality

April 10, 2020 5:42pm | Aranzazu Carreno

Daniel Vazquez scrolled through clothing websites online. Nothing seemed quite what he wanted. And the prices? Why were they so expensive? The quest for attractive, affordable clothing and accessories led the freshman to start his own business. “My business is called TunTeen,” Vazquez said. “At […]

Buzz Off, Climate Change: Global warming endangers honey bee population

April 10, 2020 5:22pm | Elizabeth Lozano

Angie Andrews never expected her life would suddenly revolve around bees. It happened unexpectedly: her neighbor, a beekeeper, was moving away. He asked Andrews the question that would change her life. The moment her neighbor asked her to take care of his bees, Andrews said […]

10 Questions Arturo Miranda

April 24, 2019 8:04pm | Peter Mashni

Arturo Miranda, junior Why do you like Kerr? Because everyone knows each other and everyone is nice to each other we work as a team. 2. What is your favorite part of Kerr? I like all the events such as the band stuff, and the […]

Donor delay: Teens required to wait longer before giving blood

January 19, 2019 2:54pm | Elizabeth Lozano

Blood drives have been a regular part of the school year for decades; but for some students trying to sign up to donate in the fall, a change in regulations came as a surprise. Requirements regarding blood donations have typically included being at least 16 […]

One Year, Many Celebrations

January 18, 2019 3:00pm | Ashly Recinos

Waiting patiently for the clock to strike midnight to finally welcome in the new year with hugs, kisses, and fireworks. Many people welcome the upcoming new year by staying up after twelve on the last day of December. Everyone has their unique own traditions that […]

Resolutions: The First Problem of the Year

January 18, 2019 8:00am | Thao Vo

Just a few seconds ago, the main focus of sleep deprived students was just finishing the last of their finals and taking a long awaited nap. As soon as they set their pencil down and close their eyes for a brief moment to take in […]

10 Questions – Larry Do

May 25, 2018 2:17pm | Danny Le

  What are you planning to do for the summer?  Sleep and play DOTA 2 , I started getting back in DOTA after a little break What would you tell your freshman self to fix? Have a better attitude. It’ll make life easier. Can you lick […]