The Kirkwood Call

Dear Donald Trump, Sincerely, KHS

Naomi Blair, news writer

February 9, 2017


Filed under Photo Galleries, Politics, Visuals

It's the start of a new year and a start of a new presidency. TKC invited KHS students to submit a letter to President Donald Trump as if they were speaking directly to him. Below are the compiled submissions. ...

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Ryan Davidson, editor-in-chief

November 7, 2016


Filed under Columns, Opinions

MESSAGE FROM THE FUTURE, TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: The year is 2050. Millions are dead, and millions more are in grave danger. At the end of every summer, hurricanes ravage the American southeast. The Gulf of Mexico has conquered New Orleans, and Miami and the Bahamas have begun to sink into the Atl...

Who’s on your ballot?

Who’s on your ballot?

Logan Crews, opinions writer

October 22, 2016


Filed under Politics

Missouri House of Representatives of the 90th District (Kirkwood): Mark Milton vs. Deb Lavender Mark Milton, Republican, plans to: Continue to provide academic resources to schools, students and teachers to maintain quality education. Ensure schools, teachers and students Reform labor laws. Lesse...

Government trivia

Government trivia

Adler Bowman and Izzy Colón

October 20, 2016


Filed under Video

How much do KHS students and staff actually know about politics? TKC talked to a few people in the halls and asked them some questions to see how much they really know about their government.

Why I’m not voting this year

Why I’m not voting this year

Holden Foreman, web editor

September 15, 2016


Filed under Blogs, The Parsnip

*This blog is entirely satirical   KHS students aged 18 and older (by election day) registered to vote during homeroom last Thursday, Sep. 8, as the November election season looms around the corner. Voting, they say, is like selecting the shiniest of two turds. But this year, it feels lik...

The race to Washington

The race to Washington

Ryan Davidson, design editor

March 28, 2016


Filed under Opinions

President William Henry Harrison was inarguably our first truly great chief executive. Who’s to say he wasn’t great? He held office for only 32 days, so he really had no time to mess things up. President James Buchanan nearly did the impossible in attempting to avoid an inevitable Civil War, and...

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