Kingston Barber

Kingston Barber, Editor-in-Chief

Kingston Barber is a senior at White Station High continuing his campaign of terror into his third year of The Scroll. Besides writing for The Scroll, he enjoys running cross country, writing stories and poems, and going on long drives in his car -- though he probably won’t have much time for any of these hobbies because he’s voluntarily murdering himself with 6 AP’s. The only thing that outweighs his love for The Scroll is his love for pasta, so he hopes to have an exciting year writing just as many articles as he devours delicious bowls of noodles. 

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While bell bottoms and disco are often the first things that come to mind when one pictures the 1970s, White Station is defined by much more. During this period, Noble Hicks served as principal, fostering White Station’s recently added JROTC and then added tradition of Queen of Clubs.

A history of excellence

Kingston Barber, Editor in Chief
May 15, 2023
Ahnia Aflaki (12) captures the lively action of Friday Night Lights in her BeReal post. BeReal utilizes many unique features allowing users to capture random moments of their day with friends, which will remain stored in a calendar that one can reflect on at any time.


Kingston Barber, Editor in Chief
November 3, 2022
 Due to the revisions to Policy 5014 and Policy 5015, Memphis Shelby County Schools has switched to a 10-point grading scale. This adjustment gives students a buffer for getting an A and 10 more points before they fail.

Students give new grading scale an A+

Kingston Barber, Editor in Chief
September 13, 2022
Collapsed on a comfy chair, Andy Blumberg (11) takes a quick nap in the middle of his day. Many students relate to the exhaustion from working late and getting little sleep: a phenomenon called revenge bedtime procrastination.

It’s time for revenge, not sleep

Kingston Barber, Viewpoint Team Leader
December 7, 2021
Thursday, Oct. 14, Biden signs off on a $480 billion increase to the nation’s debt ceiling, staving off a government shutdown until Dec. 3. While raising the debt ceiling is usually a simple process, the political agendas surrounding this year’s vote have made the process much more controversial.

What happens when the money runs out?

Kingston Barber, Viewpoint Team Leader
November 21, 2021
Monday, Sept. 17, Christopher Valle (12) was hit by a student speeding in the parking lot. The ambulance and police rushed to White Station as chaos ensued on campus.

Safety at school — or the lack thereof

Kingston Barber, Viewpoint Team Leader
October 3, 2021
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