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Kate Stout

Kate Stout, Editor-In-Chief

Kate Stout is a Junior and this is her third year on staff. She joined journalism to expand her writing and editing skills. In the future, she would like to pursue a social science and continue to write recreationally. In her free time she enjoys watercolor painting and listening to music.

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Senior Alejandro Morales considers himself to have contracted senioritis.

Senioritis: Causes and Cures

Kate Stout, Editor-In-Chief
May 10, 2023
The biomedical innovations class broke off into groups to dissection fetal pigs for the first time.

How Are Dissections Helpful?

Kate Stout, Editor-In-Chief
March 18, 2023
Senior Liznel Ortega plans to work at Tropical Smoothie during her gap year.

Taking A Different Path

Kate Stout, Editor In Chief
January 5, 2023
Sophomore Loriana Thompson and Freshman Mei Bates relax in the bus before the competitions.

Thespians are Headed to States!

Kate Stout, Editor-in-Chief
December 16, 2022
Sophomore Isabella Oliveira struggled with moving to Florida, but has since come to place of acceptance about moving.

Isabella Oliveira

Kate Stout, Editor-In-Chief
November 19, 2022
Many sorts of protection can be used to prevent STD transmission and pregnancy.
Credit: Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition on Unsplash

The Controversy of Sex Education

Kate Stout, Editor In Chief
November 30, 2021
Kabul Airport was the stage for the first act of terrorism following the removal of American troops from Afghanistan.
Credit: Welcome to Afghanistan, Kabul Airport by Carl Montgomery is licensed under CC BY 2.0

The Future for the Afghanistan People

Kate Stout, Editor In Chief
October 20, 2021
American troops in Afghanistan have now left the millions of people helped by American occupation behind. 

Credit: File:Flickr - DVIDSHUB - Marines work to build relationships with the Afghan people (Image 1 of 4).jpg by DVIDSHUB is licensed under CC BY 2.0

America’s Occupation of Afghanistan

Kate Stout, Editor In Chief
October 11, 2021
 Newspaper have resorted to paywalls.

Credit: Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay

The Rise of the Paywall

Kate Stout, Editor In Chief
September 20, 2021
Many students are struggling mentally in the face of COVID-19.

Taking A Break

Kate Stout, Writer
February 26, 2021
Freshman, Daniel Manrique stares out the window, waiting for his computer to power up. His mother has suffered kidney failure twice in his life, which is something that had been hard on him in recent years.

Humans of Four Corners

Kate Stout, Writer
November 3, 2020
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