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High School Guinea Pig: Klein Cain Senior Volunteers in Covid-19 Vaccine Trials

Doug Pham | November 19, 2020

(Disclaimer: Names and identifying details have been changed to protect the privacy of the individuals included in the article.)

By March 1, theInstitute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) projects…

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The Real Cost of the Opioid Epidemic

Trinity Donnelly | November 4, 2019

America is standing in the midst of one of its worst drug crises. Opioid overdose has become a leading cause of death, more likely to kill you than a car crash.

In the U.S. thousands die each year from…

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Munoz Back in Play After Tackling Cancer Twice

Sariah Penn | October 25, 2019

This past Friday in a football match up Klein Cain vs Klein Forest, Jacob Munoz not only fulfilled his promise to himself to get back on the football field, but he also made two plays against Klein Forest…

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Activision Blizzard: The Power of Public Opinion

Trinity Donnelly | October 18, 2019

A few simple words, along with actions taken by Blizzard Activision in response to them, have sparked controversy amongst the gaming community in recent days. Blizzard, best known for World of Warcraft,…

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Little Dresses for Africa: Making a Difference

Trinity Donnelly | October 10, 2019

The Klein Cain Sewing Club is starting a new project, creating dresses for little girls. However, the dresses they’re creating are more important than some may assume. These dresses are destined to travel…

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“Mario Kart Tour” Races to the Front of App Stores Worldwide
Arts & Entertainment

George Lundy | October 1, 2019

Many high school students can remember playing Mario Kart when they were younger. Unfortunately, with Nintendo consoles being more kid-friendly when compared to other consoles, some teenagers haven’t…

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Longest Government Shutdown in U.S History
The Shutdown

Tonia Bloomingberg | February 8, 2019

Throughout the nation, January brought an abounding amount of stress to federal employees and contractors. Over 1.8 million Americans were denied pay and left out of work, 1 million of which are contractors…

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Migrant Caravan: A Student Perspective

Trinity Donnelly | January 11, 2019

A Heated Debate
The migrant caravan that recently arrived at the US border has sparked many debates in recent weeks. This migrant caravan consists of people who claim to be fleeing the poverty and violence…

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Tyler Grosvenor Wins National Photo Contest
Arts & Entertainment

Enrique Paz | January 10, 2019

Yearbook Photo Editor Wins 1st Place

Yesterday on Nov. 15, Balfour Publishing posted their Fall 2018 Photo Shoot Contest results. Klein Cain Yearbook’s very own Photo Editor, Tyler Grosvenor received…

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