The Wolf’s Howl |13J|

As another year at KIS is coming to a close, here’s a new selection of tracks, from a variety of genres to add to your playlist! These are the sounds, old and new, that belong to the playlist(s) I usually listen to, be it working or just spacing out, so hope you like some of…

Paws and Pens: Their Final Goodbye

His gaze intensifies, carelessly drawing out unwanted emotions that clash behind her broken smiles. Emotions that slowly build up into tears, drops of salty tangs forming an ocean. Slowly pooling down her cheeks, smashing against the wall she has put up. Leaving her once again, bare to him.    

Scary moment’s we’ve all experienced before

You ever had that moment where you’re just casually chilling, laid back either alone or with friends when suddenly. Satan say’s hi. Well, not literally. I meant it as in something as scary as encountering the leader of hell himself. Those scary moments do happen in the MOST unexpected moments and if it hasn’t happened to…

#RELATABLE: 5 things all online writers and readers can relate to

When the current book you’re reading is getting somewhere exciting and the author stops posting. Like, for real! I want to know what happens next, WE need to know what happen’s next. Why does it have to happen now? WHY? Plot twists: I’m not talking about those minor plot twists (well actually, this applies to all). I’m…

Wolf’s Howl |24A|

Jealous – Labrinth Year: 2016 Genre: Pop Thoughts:  I first heard Labrinth when he was in that song with Noah Cyrus and I was pretty impressed, so I decided to do some more digging and found this beautiful song. I love this song because you can literally hear the emotion in his voice and the…

#RELATABLE: Things that every dying student will appreciate

Not exactly your typical #RELATABLE article, but this is a little something to bring some light into your lives. Have fun: J.K. Rowling destroying this person who tried oh so hard to be savage: This little guy who just LOVES. MATH. SO. MUCH. (I mean, when I was in the 1st grade’s math class, drawing…

Fantasy February Submissions!

Here are the best submissions for the “Fantasy February” social media challenge. Hanuman Tosakan Naga Abhi (G11): Cherry (G11): Mint (G12): Jo (G8): Erawan Both (G11): “KIS a magical place because of our uniqueness and how we express our own colors, which should not be limited by the rules.” Annette (G11): “My fantasy is that we get to sit on beanbags with…

A New Section! KIS Today Comics!

We’ve realized at KIS Today that although we act as a student-friendly news & entertainment site, we’ve forgotten of the main staples of entertainment…a good old fashioned comic! So, here’s one that hopefully, everyone (and maybe especially some of us) will be able to relate to! Please do comment down below to give us suggestions…

KIS Teachers Give Love Advice

This valentine’s day, the members of KIS Today (Andrea, Adriana Avi) and I interviewed a few KIS teachers and asked for love advice. Some teachers gave the same advice, some said the complete opposite. Here’s what they had to say. Ms. Lynley: “Love yourself first before loving someone else” Ms. Alison:  “Love yourself a bit more…

Wolf Reads #14

This week, we’re sharing books that are going to – or have been made – into films and TV shows this year. Make sure to read the book(s) before watching the movie! A Series of Unfortunate Events After their parents’ death in a terrible fire, Violet, Klaus and Sunny Baudelaire lead turbulent lives as they…

#RELATABLE: Math Edition

Today, we’re adding a little twist to the relatable articles. Instead of having it focus on general, everyday KIS life – we’re specifying on all the relatable things in different subjects. Now, we all know math is something not everybody will enjoy, but it’s required in school. For some people, it’s their worst subject, but…

#RELATABLE: Things every student who has forsaken sleep will get

And we’re back from the winter break with another #RELATABLE article! It’s been quite a few days since school started, and to be honest, many of you may have fallen victim to the lure of procrastination (like, why even bother with a New Year’s Resolution?). You start by doing your work, and then end up staying…