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The Kirkwood Call

Little by little, I’m starting to see my sensitivity as a vessel for empathy and love instead of labeling myself as weak.

Senior column: Audrey Blaine

Audrey Blaine, visual managing editor April 13, 2022

College: Belmont University Major: Sociology Recently, my therapist recommended I read a book called “The Highly Sensitive Person” by Elaine Aron. “It sounds like you,” she said. I gave her...

A KHS senior boy’s pornography addiction began when he was in 6th grade.

Addicted to porn

Maya Kim, web editor March 4, 2022

He flipped through the TV channels looking for something to watch and stumbled across a movie that contained something he hadn’t seen before. At 13, this was his first exposure to graphic sexual content....

The 2022 NHL All-star game and skills competitions was held in Las Vegas.

The best and worst moments from the 2022 NHL all-star game

Owen Backer, sports writer February 15, 2022

The 2022 NHL All-Star weekend came to a close on Saturday, February 5. It was an eventful weekend filled with great highlights, and dazzling moments. This was the first NHL All-Star game since it was in...

Whether you are spending Valentine’s Day with a significant other or going solo, there’s no better time to cook up some yummy and romantic desserts.

Romantic recipes

Audrey Blaine, visual managing editor February 14, 2022

Whether you are spending Valentine’s Day with a significant other or going solo, there’s no better time to cook up some yummy and romantic desserts. Here are three recipes fit for February 14.

TKCs 2022 NFL playoff picks

TKC’s 2022 NFL playoff picks

Kinley Bokermann and Henry Chappell January 31, 2022

  As the 2022 NFL season comes to a close, everything is on the line. With three games left, four teams remain all in search of one thing: winning the Super Bowl. Starting January 30, the AFC and...

Emma Frizzells, art editor, take on favorite comfort movie.

Artists’ take #9: Favorite comfort movie

January 11, 2022

At the start of each TKC cycle, the artists are given a prompt for “Artists’ Take.” This cycle’s prompt is “favorite comfort movie.” “Artists’ Take” is an opportunity for TKC’s artists...

TKC sat down with three different people: a high school senior, a gifted specialist and a college counselor.

In-depth: Roundtable Q&A: standardized testing

Alli Luth, features writer January 7, 2022

TKC sat down with three different people: a high school senior, a gifted specialist and a college counselor. They each shared their thoughts and experiences about standardized testing and test-optional...

14 months later: Art, art by Laurel Seidensticker.

Top five art visuals of 2021

TKC Staff December 30, 2021

The TKC art staff works throughout the year to create their own individual pieces along with art that enhances TKC's written stories. Here are TKC's top five art pieces of 2021. 14 months later:...

Charity Issue: Helping Hands

Charity Issue: Helping Hands

Kate Schreiber, editor-in-chief December 1, 2021

Each December, TKC aims to provide a platform for four KHS families that could use extra support in the “Helping Hands” part of our Charity Issue. This project was inspired by The St. Louis Post-Dispatch’s...

What I’ve found is that something so small can sometimes put life into so much perspective.

Gratitude 365

Audrey Blaine, visual managing editor November 24, 2021

My sophomore year started in shambles. Between coming out, adjusting to harder classes and finding out my mom had cancer, my mental health began its downward spiral. So, looking for any answer, I turned...

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