I'm presently a senior at Mark Keppel High School. It bugs me very much that Mark Keppel is badly written about. The article will affect the students' future. If the public finds out that we're a graduate of Mark Keppel, it'll just affect us, whether it's for an occupation or a college. I do not think all of the crimes mentioned in the article can be committed by my fellow schoolmates.
Personally, when I go out to lunch, I see a lot of non-Mark Keppel students hanging around the premises.
Has it occurred to the reporter and the neighborhood that students of other schools or dropouts may be committing the crimes during Mark Keppel's lunch period?