• The Pioneer Yearbok comes out May 6th. Make sure to get yours in the Denver Miller Gym anytime during the day.

  • Make sure you have all holds and detentions completed to be able to buy prom tickets

  • Prom tickets are on sale. Get yours during lunch in the Commons

Spamalot preview

Spamalot preview

Sonora Taffa, opinions writer
April 9, 2014 • 74 views
Filed under News

A legendary king, some coconuts and plenty of laughter will be found in Keating Theater April 10, 11, and 12 at 7 p.m. This year’s spring musical, Spamalot, retells the story of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table. ... Read more »

Artist spotlight: Iration

Artist spotlight: Iration

Chris Winget, business editor
January 19, 2014 • 46 views
Filed under Pion-Ear

This Pionear segment is meant to quickly highlight a musician or band that I think should get more attention. Feel free to submit artists for a spotlight through this link. Iration is a Pop Reggae band from Santa Barbara, California. It consists of guitarist Micah Pueschel, Drummer Joseph Dickens,... Read more »

Artist spotlight: MC Jin

Artist spotlight: MC Jin

Bradley Fargo, features writer
January 1, 2014 • 72 views
Filed under Entertainment, Pion-Ear

This Pionear segment is meant to quickly highlight a musician or band that I think should get more attention. Feel free to submit artists for a spotlight through ... Read more »

Artist spotlight: John Frusciante

Artist spotlight: John Frusciante

Bradley Fargo, features writer
November 1, 2013 • 30 views
Filed under Pion-Ear

It’s been a while since the last Pion-Ear blog post, so I thought I’d introduce a new segment, namely The Artist Spotlight. This is where a Call staffer/blogger writes a quick review/overview of a musician or band they think should get more attention. Feel free to submit... Read more »

Album review: “Mechanical Bull” by Kings of Leon

Album review: “Mechanical Bull” by Kings of Leon

Bradley Fargo, features writer
October 2, 2013 • 35 views
Filed under Entertainment, Pion-Ear

The famed alternative southern-rock group Kings of Leon recently returned from a three-year hiatus, to release their latest studio album “Mechanical Bull” to positive critical reception. This collection of 11 songs was released in the U.S. on ... Read more »

Less passion more pixels

Less passion more pixels

Mikki Philippe, artist
September 23, 2013 • 52 views
Filed under Art

Senior profile: Megan McCarley

Senior profile: Megan McCarley

Jane Manwarring, copy editor
April 18, 2013 • 32 views
Filed under Senior Magazine

It did not take long for Megan McCarley to decide what she wanted to do in the future. After participating in choirs starting in second grade, performing in her first show in third grade and taking lessons from a private voice teacher starting in sixth grade, Megan found her passion at a young age. Beginning... Read more »

Barnett finds a home away from home

Barnett finds a home away from home

Madeline McEvoy, features writer
March 26, 2013 • 84 views
Filed under Features

Andie Barnett, junior, plans on packing her bags to live in the busy streets of Boston after graduating at the end of this year. Then after a year of life in Boston, she will make a trip back to Kirkwood to walk with her class one last time at graduation. “I didn’t really want to go through the... Read more »

Freethinker concert Fubar 2/14/13

Grant McKenna, photographer
March 5, 2013 • 20 views
Filed under Photo Galleries

The band Freethinker consisting of Molly Giessing, Shane Perry, and Cody Diehl. They were the opening act for the show that was happening that night.

A musical guide to Valentine’s Day

A musical guide to Valentine’s Day

Eli Cost, features writer
February 12, 2013 • 63 views
Filed under Pion-Ear

If you do only one thing to prepare for Valentine's Day, don't make it buying gifts. Don't make it writing cute, gushy cards. And for the love of God, don't—DON'T—make it planning a grand (read: stupid) romantic gesture. No, no. Listen up, guys and gals: the only thing you need to charm... Read more »