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American voters (or the lack thereof)

American voters (or the lack thereof)

Thomas Birmingham, news-features writer
November 9, 2016 • 160 views
Filed under News, Politics

  Dr. Colleen Rull, business teacher, loves politics. She loves talking about politics and being an active member in her community. She even served on the Wildwood City Council from 2012-2014. But she, along with a growing number of American citizens, have decided they will not partake in something ... Read more »

Campaigns around the world

Abigail Imiolek, news-features writer
November 7, 2016 • 54 views
Filed under News, Uncategorized

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The underdogs

The underdogs

Abby Carpenter, news-features editor
November 6, 2016 • 135 views
Filed under News

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are deemed the most unpopular presidential candidates in history according to pbs.org, but voters still have two other options. These other options are Gary Johnson, Libertarian and Jill Stein, Green Party. According to the national polls, Johnson is currently drawing a... Read more »

FemFriendship

FemFriendship

Adler Bowman, features writer
November 5, 2016 • 121 views
Filed under News

The most popular accessory at the 2016 Friendship Dance will not be a designer diamond necklace or a pair of shiny golden earrings, but a $2 piece of pink rubber. The Webster Groves High School (WGHS) Feminist Coalition reached out to KHS Coalition to sell bracelets that depict the female gender symbo... Read more »

Tanner Polk’s memorial

Tanner Polk’s memorial

Adele Baughman, copy editor
November 4, 2016 • 236 views
Filed under News, Top Stories

Yesterday marked the one year anniversary of KHS student, Tanner Polk’s death. Polk would have graduated with the class of 2016 and to honor his remembrance, a balloon release was held after school on Tuesday, Nov. 3. Rachel Bielicke, senior, and more of Polk’s close friends gathered together... Read more »

KYS November blood drive

KYS November blood drive

Camille Baker, features editor
November 2, 2016 • 121 views
Filed under News

Kirkwood Youth Service (KYS), led by Robert Becker, club sponsor, hosted a blood drive in the Denver Miller Gym Nov. 1. KHS students 16 and older signed up for various time slots from 8-2. Sixteen-year-old students were required to print out a signed parent permission form and bring it to their appo... Read more »

KHS talent put on display

KHS talent put on display

Thomas Birmingham, news-features writer
October 26, 2016 • 191 views
Filed under News

Update: Bridget Lee, senior, won first place in a pogo stick routine. Merrick Schnider, junior, placed second singing and playing guitar. The musical duo of Joanna Serenko and Grace Daniels, sophomore and junior, placed third. Student Council raised $636.42 for the Muscular Dystrophy Association as o... Read more »

KHS administration addresses alleged blackface incident

KHS administration addresses alleged blackface incident

Kennady Wade, editor-in-chief
October 17, 2016 • 865 views
Filed under News, Top Stories

Two KHS students exited their science class with black charcoal substance smeared on their face Oct. 6. Several classmates were offended by the charcoal’s similarity to blackface  (makeup traditionally used by a non-black performer to appear black to imply patronization of blacks) and went to administ... Read more »

The motive behind social media

The motive behind social media

Izzy Colon, news writer
October 17, 2016 • 234 views
Filed under News

After a long day of classes, instead of getting out her notes to begin homework, Jackie Kuntz, sophomore gets out her phone. Jason Evans, Kuntz’s World History teacher uses Twitter to share articles online with his students. According to Dr. Michael Havener, principal, social media is used as a too... Read more »

Opening night

Opening night

Annie O'Brien, features writer
October 6, 2016 • 193 views
Filed under News

 The curtains will be pulled back and the spotlights will shine on a cast of comedic characters on Oct. 6. The fall play, “The Government Inspector,” opens tonight at 7 p.m. in the Keating Theater and runs through Saturday. The cost is $7 for students and $10 for adults. “We've worked pretty ... Read more »

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