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The DeLorean looks like it got an upgrade

by Justin Whittington

The new Cybertruck  is taking the internet  by storm with its futuristic style, strong capabilities and new features.

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Posted Thursday, January 16, 2020

The Effects of Modern Technology

by Kylie Roberto

Technology has evolved over the past decades and is showing some negative and positive aspects.

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Posted Thursday, January 16, 2020

Should Creativity Be Graded?

by Marlana Howard

Art is a subject that Keystone Oaks students, as well as students all around the world, enjoy taking and participating in. Art is an outlet many students use as stress relief and a place to freely express themselves through their work. Not too many students appreciate art and choose it as one of their electives in recent times. Many students enjoy art but think that their work is not good enough or that it will not hold up to a teacher’s standards, leading to possible bad grades. This mentality raises the question: Should Art be Graded?

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Posted Thursday, January 16, 2020

Girls Basketball Shooting for Playoffs

by Emma Serakowski


The Keystone Oaks Girls Basketball team started off their season in their tip-off tournament, winning both of their games. The team is off to a strong start, after losing three of their five starters this year. 

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Posted Tuesday, January 7, 2020

KO Swimming Striving for Success

by Emily Schoedel

The high school swim team is one of the proud sports at Keystone Oaks.

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Posted Tuesday, January 7, 2020

This Social Media App is Taking Over our Social Lives

by Jodie Poliziani

What’s the hype over the app TikTok nowadays? It seems as if every high schooler is obsessing over it. According to Wikipedia, TikTok, which was formerly Musical.ly, is a Chinese iOS and Android social media video app for creating and sharing short lip-sync, comedy, and talent videos. The app was launched in 2017 by Chinese developer ByteDance for markets outside of China.  

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Posted Tuesday, January 7, 2020

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