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Taking on America one race at a time

Taking on America one race at a time

Annie Murphy, features writer
September 20, 2014 • 14 views
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From Germany to New York and finally St. Louis, Rebecca Schulte, sophomore, quickly got used to the new environment when she came to America as a German exchange student. “I was happy that I had the chance [to come to America],” Schulte said. “I knew my host family before I came so it wasn’t... Read more »

Before they were your teachers…

Before they were your teachers…

Emma McNail, features writer
September 20, 2014 • 12 views
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Steve Jonak did not plan for the career he has now. In fact, Jonak was on a completely different track, but said he somehow ended up in his own paradise. Straight out of high school, Jonak, Pre Calculus and AP Calculus teacher, went to the United States Air Force Academy, which was free at the time. “It... Read more »

Before they were your teachers…

Before they were your teachers…

Emma McNail, features writer
September 20, 2014 • 13 views
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Lara Sullivan, English teacher, has always enjoyed writing, but teaching high school English was not always on her horizon. After graduating high school, Sullivan went to Benedictine College in Atchison, Kansas. She did not know what she wanted to do but took a journalism class and fell in love. After... Read more »

Before they were your teachers…

Before they were your teachers…

Emma McNail, features writer
September 20, 2014 • 13 views
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Having lived in 40 different places, Simao Drew, English teacher, admits to making a few mistakes, as well as detours, along the journey from Maryland to Missouri. Drew went to college in Salisbury, Maryland to play baseball. He was a physics major and aspiring astronomer. He soon switched to environmental... Read more »

Julia Schulze: Pedal the Cause

Julia Schulze: Pedal the Cause

Erin Kelly, features writer
September 20, 2014 • 13 views
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Driving by the corner of Lindemann and Winesap Road, there is no way to miss the white, oversized tent labeled “Pedal the Cause,” or the table underneath overflowing with pitchers of freshly squeezed lemonade, tea and cookies. It is here where Julia Schulze is making a difference for millions of... Read more »

Melsha accepted to two All-American bands

Melsha accepted to two All-American bands

Olivia Rekittke, features writer
September 20, 2014 • 13 views
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At the end of the 2013-14 school year, while most students were planning their vacations for the summer or purchasing new swimsuits, Jacob Melsha sent in tapes to NAfME (National Association for Music Education) as an audition for the NAfME All-National Jazz Band and... Read more »

New KHTV adviser steps in

New KHTV adviser steps in

Emily Mitchell, news writer
September 9, 2014 • 77 views
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Shawn Owens was a teacher in ATLAS for eight years before jumping at the chance to be the newest adviser for KHTV, starting the 2014-15 school year. The change occurred after Lara Sullivan retired from the position. "I worked with [Mitch] Eden when I taught at Oakville [High School] and am looking... Read more »

Hamlet: love it or hate it

Hamlet: love it or hate it

Tara Hawkins, copy editor
May 28, 2014 • 241 views
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The KH Players drama club had their annual banquet Wednesday, May 14. At the banquet Kelly Schnider, drama teacher, released the  2014-2015 season as well announced the new officers. The season is as follows: I Hate Hamlet by Paul Rudnick will be in the Black Box Theatre ... Read more »

Forever, one four

Forever, one four

Anna Mullendore, features writer
May 20, 2014 • 130 views
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KHS guys get creative with their proposals

KHS guys get creative with their proposals

Jane Manwarring
April 25, 2014 • 305 views
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