The Kirkwood Call

Kirkwood High School student newspaper

Kirkwood High School student newspaper

The Kirkwood Call

Kirkwood High School student newspaper

The Kirkwood Call

This year, TKC staff took a deeper look into topics from the United Methodist Church split to The New York Times 1619 Project.

Top five in-depth stories of 2020

TKC Staff January 21, 2021

TKC always strives to cover relevant, important issues in the Kirkwood community and across the country. This year, our staff took a deeper look into topics like the United Methodist Church split to The...

art by Celia Bergman

Classic English lit: ranked

Lydia Sheehan, entertainment writer April 25, 2020

Think cultural appropriation in St. Louis doesnt exist? Think again.

Show me

Malcia Greene, associate editor March 25, 2020

Missouri: The Show-Me State. One of these days it’s bound to start living up to its nickname, right? All I want is for someone to show me. Show me that we’re done taking what’s not ours from minorities....

North Side Knights - Emma Lingo

North Side Knights

Emma Lingo, editor-in-chief March 19, 2020

“Our scholars are proof that children who find themselves in the most challenging zip codes of St. Louis can succeed far beyond expectations.”  – North Side Community School website. Before 1948,...

KHS students sitting in the KHS smoking courtyard in 1986.

From the Vault: Smoking area provokes controversy

Clayton Caringer, archives staff March 6, 2020

Original story by Joan Wilson appeared in The Call, Oct. 7, 1985 Informal surveys concerning the smoking area are aiding Principal Franklin McCallie in making a decision about whether or not it should...

There are plenty of other Valentines Day candies besides the classic box of chocolates; find out which one matches your personality.

Which Valentine’s Day candy are you?

Catherine Butler, copy editor February 13, 2020

Every year on Valentine’s Day, you might wonder what type of sweets you should get your S.O. Or, if you’re single, which confections you should stock up on when they go on sale Feb. 15. While you try...

Obviously, the government is not doing a thorough job in preparing the public for the shock that aliens do exist.

From the Vault: KHS should prepare for aliens

Celia Bergman, archives editor February 12, 2020

Original story by Lucas McCue appeared in The Call, April 19, 1990. This piece is entirely satirical. Because I decided to give up reading real literature for Lent, my only outlet for my urge to...

“We were supposed to be saving Vietnam from aggression,” remembered ‘63 graduate Tracy Hammond.

From the Vault: Vietnam veteran reflects on war as waste

Celia Bergman, archives editor January 28, 2020

Original story appeared in The Kirkwood Call, April 18, 1975. “We were supposed to be saving Vietnam from aggression,” remembered ‘63 graduate Tracy Hammond. Hammond was a Ranger in Cai Be,...

Our staff does not shy away from the hard-hitting issues and, this year, our staff has investigated issues ranging from the achievement gap in KSD to the preparedness of students in the event of an active shooter.

Top five in-depth stories of 2019

TKC Staff December 23, 2019

TKC staff has covered important issues affecting the students at KHS and used several stories to dig into these topics. Our staff does not shy away from the hard-hitting issues and, this year, our...

It’s Thursday Night Football, and the 11th such game of the 2019 season is almost over.

Garrett vs Rudolph and how the NFL should handle it

Henry Chappell, sports writer December 13, 2019

It’s Thursday Night Football, and the 11th such game of the 2019 season is almost over. The Cleveland Browns are about to finally beat their rivals, the Pittsburgh Steelers, and improve their sinking...

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