The Kirkwood Call

Killian it in Kawete

Killian it in Kawete

Bridget Killian, artist

April 3, 2017


Filed under Photo, Photo Galleries, Visuals

It was 7:30 a.m. and I was running on three and a half hours of sleep. I arrived in Uganda at 4 a.m. after a 30 hour voyage from St. Louis to East Africa. Today was the day I would see my best friends for the first time in a year. This spring break was the third time I had the experience of goin...

Teacher profile: Mr. Harig

Teacher profile: Mr. Harig

Malayna Vines, features writer

October 14, 2016


Filed under Features

After teaching at KHS for 26 years, Tim Harig, social studies teacher, plans to retire in Africa next summer, trading in his textbooks for African cuisine and the Mediterranean Sea. Harig and his wife, Nabila, have an apartment in Carthage, Tunisia where they have spent the past 10 summers. “[Moving...

Attack of Ebola

Attack of Ebola

Alexa Kannenberg, opinions editor

November 24, 2014


Filed under Opinions

A girl walks into school face red and glistening with sweat, equipped with a box of Kleenex and a bag of Ricolas. To avoid the judgemental stares she casually comments “lol don’t worry I don’t have Ebola”. This remark is met with laughter and the girl who is simply sick with the flu, is quickly...

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