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Pink Out game

Pink Out game

Maisie Bradley, sports writer

September 27, 2016

Kirkwood volleyball's annual Pink Out game is Tuesday, Sept. 27 against Rockwood Summit.  The purpose of the game is to raise money and awareness for breast cancer. Since this fundraiser began, the program has donated almost $15,000. The organization has gotten over 30 sponsors and sold over 450...

Senior profile: Anthony Loper

Senior profile: Anthony Loper

Christian Heutel, web sports editor

May 9, 2016

On and off the court and field, Anthony Loper is known by his friends and peers as someone who is always there for his family. Last August, Anthony began to notice a change in his mother’s health. When he learned she had stage II breast cancer, he knew his life was about to take a turn for the worse...

Above the stigma

Above the stigma

Kennady Wade, opinions editor

February 17, 2016

"Think about cancer. You and I could both have breast cancer. We could have the same kind, go through all the same treatment. You could get better and I could die, and it wouldn’t be either one of our faults...and we don’t blame each other. No one would blame you for living, no one would blame m...

Beating breast cancer

Beating breast cancer

Cece Hensley, in-depth editor

October 20, 2015

Mary Catherine Brown was still in a good mood after returning home from a Mizzou basketball game victory, so after the long drive, she was confused when her mom called her for a family meeting. Her mom, Allison Brown, told her family the shocking news she received that day: she had been diagnosed wit...

Breahna’s brief battle with breast cancer

Breahna’s brief battle with breast cancer

Allison Hubbard, features editor

December 16, 2014

Breahna Samuel woke up Jan. 16, 2012 excited for her 13th birthday. But instead of being showered with presents and blowing out 13 candles on a cake, she spent her birthday in a hospital.   Samuel said she was running around her room getting ready for school when she hit her chest with her...

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