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Editorial Cartoon: Quarantine activities

Editorial Cartoon: Quarantine activities

Thao-Vi Do, artist

June 11, 2020

During quarantine, there really isn't much to do.  You can't physically go visit friends, and you're not really allowed to leave the house.  So above are just a few ideas of things you can try while being cooped up at home.  ...

The fun never ends with Disney

Knowing that a break is coming up and I am not able to travel, I am very excited to know that I will have Disney right by my side to make me happy.

Elena Sherwood, artist

March 13, 2020

With spring break just around the corner, I was inspired to draw Disney themed art. Disney has been a huge part of my life even when I was young. I grew up watching lots of Disney movies, especially when I was on a school break. Knowing that a break is coming up and I am not able to travel, I am ver...

Homeroom chatter

Students bring a variety of items to each class during homeroom.

Rachel Finan, health and wellness writer

March 2, 2020

Walking through the halls during homeroom, there is a sea of red cards in hands, friends talking in circles and students rushing to retake that Chemistry quiz from last week. The narrow entry to the social studies hallway becomes a traffic jam, and the energy of all the students gets trapped as the ma...

What art movement would you be?

Do you have a passion for art? Ever wanted to know what movement of art you are most like? Take this quiz to find out.

Celia Bergman, archives editor and artist

September 19, 2019

Do you have a passion for art? Ever wanted to know what movement of art you are most like? Take this quiz to find out.

Distracted

Distracted

Audrey Blaine, new staffer

April 30, 2019

This editorial cartoon focuses on an issue that many teens struggle with: phone addiction. The purpose of this editorial cartoon was to illustrate the problem that occurs when we constantly stare at a screen instead of paying attention to the world around us. While social media can be a platform for...

What KHS bathroom are you?

Ever wondered what bathroom captures your personality? No? That’s okay. We made this quiz for you anyway.

Emma Lingo, web managing editor

April 29, 2019

Ever wondered what bathroom captures your personality? No? That’s okay. We made this quiz anyway. Take it to find out which KHS bathroom you are.

The 6 steps of approaching your crush

The 6 steps of approaching your crush

Maggie Burton, Grace Carroll, and Grace Ferguson

March 14, 2019

*This piece is entirely satirical In this art spread, artists illustrate the progression of meeting your crush from the moment you spot them. This spread hits all the points, from stalking their instagram to finally initiating first contact by giving them a tap on the shoulder. ...

AP Studio Art Exhibit

Exhibit featuring work from AP Studio Art students from March 10 to April 1 in The Monday Club gallery located at 37 S. Maple Ave in Webster Groves.

Adler Bowman, web editor

March 12, 2019

Chugging shots of espresso and sharpening No. 2 pencils on a breezy May morning, students file into rows of desks to take 3-hour AP exams to receive college credit. The AP Studio Art students, however, spend the morning wrapping their masterpieces and preparing to ship them to the College Board. O...

Top five art pieces of 2018

Student journalist opinions on the New York Times anonymous op-ed

TKC Staff

January 2, 2019

Issues: Stereotypes of a black woman - art by Bismah Syed Policing the minority with the majority - art by Catherine McCandless The 'N' Word - art by Thora Pearson Student journalist opinions on The New York Times op-ed - art by Maggie Burton Comments: heartfelt or #fakelove? - art by Grace Ferguson...

Trying to study with ADHD

art by Mary Grace Heartlein

Mary Grace Heartlein, artist

December 10, 2018

Studying for anyone can be difficult, but with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) it can seem near impossible. Here is a look into the mind of a student with ADHD.

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