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The Kirkwood Call

Kirkwood High School student newspaper

The Kirkwood Call

Kirkwood High School student newspaper

The Kirkwood Call

 Ellard (Cora Donaldson, sophomore) teaching Charlie (Tristan Pysar, junior) new words.
The foreigner
Grayci Branam, news writer
Here are the most recent updates of the construction that is taking place. 
KHS construction updates
Sanchan Khanuja, opinions writer
A silhouetted skyline is burning as a plane drops bombs from the sky.
U.S. involvement in Israel vs Hamas
Grayci Branam, news writer
Signs of protest at the Writers Guild of America strike.
In the writer’s room
Kiley Huang, features writer
The Varsity Pommies pose in front of the ESPN Wide World of Sports sphere structure.

(photo courtesy of Lola Savage)
The road to nationals
Avery Haden, news writer
Foster kids in Missouri need loving homes now more than ever, and it starts with you.
Fostering change
Avery Haden, news writer
The Environmental Awareness Club has been dedicated to reducing the communitys carbon footprint since the 1990s.
A healthy classroom environment
Moth Bricker, features writer
Over the past four months, 30,000 Palestinians have been killed due to heavy bombardment and cutting off food, medical supplies and electricity in Gaza by the Israeli government.
Palestinian perspective
Jenna Tarroum, sports writer
Three of my top water bottle recommendations: The FreeSip, the Hydro Flask and the IceFlow.
Opinions
Which water bottle is for you?
Caroline Darr, opinions write
Anna Larkin, senior, lets out a sigh of relief after crossing the finish line.
Opinions
A girl's guide to running
Caroline Darr, opinions writer
Many students use Chat GPT for school work and essays.
Call Ed
Call ED: Stop being lazy
TKC Staff
Most children have clear, smooth skin but still feel the need to corrupt it with products and harsh chemicals that only end up causing more harm.
Opinions
10 Going on 20
Josie Mottl, web managing editor
Though movies have become a popular source of entertainment, books contain profound plots that linger in our minds long after you turn the last page.
From screen to page
Avery Haden, news writer
Every February, we celebrate the Black icons who made history in our country.
Answers to black history month crossword
Allie Caffey, entertainment writer
Tide contains high levels of 1,4-dioxane and ethylene oxide, which are cancer-causing chemicals.
Silent killers
Khadija Khan, editor in chief
TKC asks students their predictions for the Superbowl
Ellie Hubbard and Sanchan Khanuja
The 2023-24 March Madness tournament is shaping up to be one of the best in recent memory
March Madness preview
Brennan Rea, Sports editor
KHS seniors Owen Swearngin, Collin Callaway and Kipper Tallon all pose for the camera
Pumping iron
Brennan Rea, sports editor
Allison Schmidt and Lily Dodd-Ruessing, KHS lacrosse players.
Stick sisters
Madeleine Krewet, entertainment editor
Seniors cheer during the Turkey Day pep rally, the last one of the year.
Springing off without a pep rally
Nicholas Copeland, sports editor
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