The Kirkwood Call

Senior profile: Orlandis Coats and Stephen Manley

Senior profile: Orlandis Coats and Stephen Manley

Malcia Greene, Features writer

May 15, 2018


Filed under Senior Magazine

The two boys from middle school nobody ever imagined becoming friends, Orlandis Coats and Stephen Manley, seniors, turned their friendship into a brother-like bond throughout the course of high school. Both boys have always had a for passion singing. And through the realization of their ability to make others...

Senior column: Bridget Snider

Senior column: Bridget Snider

Bridget Snider, Print Managing Editor

May 4, 2018


Filed under Senior Magazine, Senior Profiles

Some say there are two types of people: those who embrace the future and those who fear it. My last four years at KHS have shown me that I’m most definitely the second type. As a freshman, the idea of ever being a senior seemed quite foreign to me. I saw my older brother graduate and felt as though...

Senior column: Erin Bugée

Senior column: Erin Bugée

Erin Bugee, artist

May 3, 2018


Filed under Senior Magazine, Uncategorized

Sip on this: “Juice is temporary, but sauce is forever.” These very words have stuck with me over the past few months. Sauce is known to be a powerful substance that can be used in countless variations of cuisine and recipes. Sauce is so powerful that it has even gained a gathering in pop culture. Philosophers such as Gucci Mane and Lil Uzi Vert have contributed ...

Senior column: Allie Hickenbotham

Senior column: Allie Hickenbotham

Allie Hickenbotham, copy editor

April 30, 2018


Filed under Senior Magazine

On the corner of Hawbrook and Sappington Road sits a neighborhood market known as Hanneke’s. About a mile from North Glendale Elementary, it became a tradition to walk there after school with my friends every Friday in fifth grade. We’d all try to walk next to each other in a line to talk, even though...

Senior column: Adele Baughman

Senior column: Adele Baughman

Adele Baughman, web managing editor

April 30, 2018


Filed under Senior Magazine

Like every other freshman, I wasn’t sure what to expect when I walked into KHS on my first day of high school. Doing something new and different has never intimidated me and I already had a solid group of friends; I felt ready for high school. But high school is nothing like the movies, and I quickly ...

Senior column: Kate Hennessey

Senior column: Kate Hennessey

Kate Hennessey, sports editor

April 24, 2018


Filed under Senior Magazine

In high school you’re thrown into a world of decision-making in an attempt to find out what’s important to you. Go join those three clubs and attend nothing but the first meetings for them. Go to that TKC interview even though you're absolutely terrified. When they ask you what you could bring to...

Senior Profile: Joshua Demetri

Senior Profile: Joshua Demetri

Abby Geisz, copy editor

May 11, 2017


Filed under Features, Senior Magazine, Senior Profiles

At 4 years old, he spent his weekends climbing Machu Picchu or in town where sheep and chickens were being sold at every street corner. Because he went to an English immersion school, he learned how to speak fluent Spanish in order to fit into the culture around him. Joshua Demetri lived in Peru for three...

Senior Profile: JT Arnot

Senior Profile: JT Arnot

Adele Baughman, copy editor

May 10, 2017


Filed under Features, Senior Magazine, Senior Profiles

Using his uncle’s diabetic needles, JT Arnot spends hours inserting water into each bubble on the sheet of bubble wrap sitting in front of him. Hoping the hypodermic needle will not cause the surface tension of the water inside to break, he pairs the bubblewrap with other reactants to create an endothermic...

Senior Column: Ali Randazzo

Senior Column: Ali Randazzo

Ali Randazzo, editor-in-chief

May 10, 2017


Filed under Senior Magazine, Senior Profiles

A letter to big sisters from little sisters To all big sisters, As a little sister, our job is to annoy you. That’s a given. We may not call enough or answer your texts. We may be over 100 miles away and not live across the hall from each other anymore. But no matter the situation, it’s a g...

Senior Column: Annie Murphy

Senior Column: Annie Murphy

Annie Murphy, managing editor

May 10, 2017


Filed under Senior Magazine

Freshman year, about 25 girls sat in a circle on the Commons’ floor eating lunch. After school on Fridays, about 15 girls got together to eat some more food and hang out. Sometimes there was a birthday party, and sometimes they got together to watch a movie on the weekend. Their group chat name was...

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