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OP-ED: Combating Ignorance with Education

Lexy Pryor

June 10, 2020

To most, particularly on the Kent School campus, ignorance is a dirty word. Being called “ignorant” is equivalent to being called a homophobe or a racist. But recent events on campus have left me pondering the word. We are a...

OP-ED: Senior Exams

Ari Rosen, Campus Reporter

February 26, 2019

For as long as time, students have always dreaded final exams. In recent years, however, some, including members of the Senior Council, have started to question whether senior spring exams are necessary or not. I believe that...

OP-ED: Abortion

Erin Shannon, Campus Reporter

February 22, 2019

Abortion, one of the most divisive issues that exist in today’s political rhetoric, has been a topic of constant debate in the news and our society. It is a topic that sparks passion on either side of the argument: those who...

OP-ED: Precalculus and Intro to Calculus

Alpin Yukseloglu, Campus Reporter

February 22, 2019

Precalculus and Introduction to Calculus are two Kent math courses with more than half of the material overlapping between the two. Even so, many students at Kent are required to take both. Furthermore, students who are taking...

Women in Engineering day offers Kent girls a chance to think about their futures

Jane Mahler

November 5, 2017

Kent is a place beyond limits--students here gain various opportunities and experiences in different fields to explore their passions. Most recently, three Kent girls attended the 3rd annual Women in Engineering day at Universit...

The pros and cons of Saturday classes

Jessica Diecidue, Campus News Reporter

November 5, 2017

Every Saturday morning, Kent students wake up to go to classes from 9 am to 11:25 am, an adjustment for new students used to the typical 5-day school schedule. Many students dread these Saturday classes, yet many other prep sc...

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