The Art of Writing On and Letting Go with Kristin Bartley Lenz

On May 21, Gull Lake High School hosted author Kristin Bartley Lenz not only for a moving speech on her life

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Scholarship opportunities to take advantage of

Whether you’re a senior who’s just fully grasped exactly how much college is going to cost you, or you’re an

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Inexpensive ways to have summer fun in Kalamazoo

Seniors get out of school May 30 soon followed by the rest of the Gull Lake Schools on June 12.

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Sarah Donovan goes the distance in the Portage Winter Blast

Only months after finishing Cross Country with an injury, sophomore Sarah Donovan placed second for her gender and age group

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The Best Street in Kalamazoo

With the sudden interest in everything vintage, it has become increasingly difficult to find what you want in the mall

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March is Reading Month: The Hate U Give

To celebrate March is Reading Month, the High School Library is giving away copies of the #1 New York Times

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Nothing Covered Alternative Perspectives

Lainie Scott Political Cartoon ‘Nothing Covered Alternative Perspectives’

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Should tear gas be banned?

We hear about tear gas on the news concerning protests, riots and warfare, but where does it come from? What

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Sno Court rescheduled

While having another week of winter break was great for sleeping in, it wasn’t so great for our Sno Court.

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Celebrating Black History Month at the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts

This year the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts has created an exciting and educational lineup of films, art, and discussions to

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