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12/3/20 Knightly News
RUBY KIRKLAND, PAIGE WARFIELD, BRAEDEN FITZSIMMONS, FIELDING KING, and JILLIAN FOX December 2, 2020

Today's news show will take you from St. Louis to Barcelona to interstellar...

12/1/20 Knightly News
SPENCER HOSEA, SARAH DUNCAN, LIZZIE BUCKHOLD, and DARIUS EDWARDS November 30, 2020

Anchor and reporter Lizzie Buckhold encourages Nipher to keep the thankful spirit...

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Students have been dependent on their iPads while schools have been closed and learning has taken place online. (Image Source: pcmag.com)
Students Have Mixed Feelings about Online School
RUBY KIRKLAND, KNWeb Reporter • October 30, 2020

The challenge of biking along a line on the road may seem more exciting than being online for physical education classes. However, students and teachers have adapted to the virtual model during the beginning of the 2020-21 school year.
Online P.E. Challenges Students and Teachers
HADLEY HINMAN, KN Web Reporter • October 14, 2020

Does online physical education have some advantages? Is it possible to make...

Students around the U.S. have found themselves learning from home through Zoom and other online platforms this fall. (Image source: pickist.com)
ZOOM SCHOOL
MIA INTAGLIATA, KN Web Reporter • October 9, 2020

 Zoom is an app with 300 million daily users. Whether you’re in school...

Anna Miller has been teaching sixth grade science at Nipher since completing her student teaching in eighth grade earlier this year.
Her Journey To A Teacher
MIA HENRY and JULIA CANTRELL February 4, 2020

Anna Miller, from TA to teacher. Helping out, learning, and teaching....

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President-elect Joe Biden speaks on Saturday, Nov. 7 in Wilmington, Del. (Image source: Washington Post)
Who's the Real Winner?
SIHAAM NUUR, KNWeb Editor • November 24, 2020

It’s been nearly three weeks since Joe Biden was projected winner of the presidential election yet incumbent President Donald Trump refuses...

Downtown Alton, IL is the gateway to several haunted adventures like McPike Mansion and the Milton Schoolhouse.(Image from Travel Pulse)
America's Most Haunted: Alton's Creepy Factor Doesn't Disappoint
GRAYCI BRANAM, KNWeb Reporter & Editor • November 18, 2020

For Halloween, I was planning to go trick or treating with my friend. I got my costume, packed for the sleepover and got all ready. But she texted...

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg as pictured in opiniojuris.org, "The RBG Legacy: Equality and Inspiration"
Notorious Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Achievements
GRAYCI BRANAM, KN Web Reporter • October 11, 2020

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, former Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, died on September 18, 2020 at the age of 87. She was...

With the coronavirus threatening the safety at voting sites, more people will be opting for mail-in ballots in November. (Image Source: google.com)
Mail-in Ballots Create Controversy
SIHAAM NUUR, KN Web Designer & Reporter • October 7, 2020

A lot of controversy is surrounding the upcoming election regarding the method the general public will be using to vote. Is voting in person...

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Teacher Feature: Mr. Michael Bournstein, T.A.
ELSY FALK, Reporter & Anchor • January 27, 2020

Meet Mr. Bournstein, an enthusiastic teaching assistant at Nipher.

Teacher Feature: Mr. Ken Pribish, Algebra
Addie Lubrook, Reporter • November 6, 2019

Meet the man behind the math. Addie interviews Mr. Pribish.

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A Knight’s Vision
Artist Bradley Goodrum shares his interpretation of Sir Francis, Nipher's knight.
Unified Night Lights is a night for children with and without disabilities to come together to play football, cheerleading, and band.
Night of Fun and Smiles
FIELDING KING, Seventh Grade Reporter • December 4, 2019

     The ball is coming. All...

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