The Kirkwood Call

Where are they now: H.L. Hall and Katie Meyers

Where are they now: H.L. Hall and Katie Meyers

Camille Baker, editor-in-chief

November 8, 2017

Her curled blonde hair bobbing as she walks down the English hall carrying stacks of graded papers, Katie Meyers hums a song that has stuck with her for more than 29 years. ‘I’m alive, awake, alert, enthusiastic,’ she repeats, reminiscing on the jingle her high school journalism adviser H.L. Hall on...

Students new voices

Students new voices

Jack Rintoul, opinions writer

February 23, 2017

While I attended a small private school for nine years of my academic career, I never felt confident enough to form my own opinion. It wasn't that I didn’t like my school or that I was made fun of; everything was just cookie-cutter. The things you had opinions about were not important or people just s...

Censored

Censored

Will Drury, copy editor

September 23, 2016

What the duck is wrong with profanity? Holy sheet, am I allowed to say that? Well it looks like I’m going to heel. But seriously, why is the use of explicit language viewed so negatively? Profanity can be offensive and is not always the most appropriate language to use, especially in school. At...

Thank you:

Thank you:

TKC staff

December 11, 2015

For most students and faculty members, our publications are nothing more than the daily morning announcements, a visit to thekirkwoodcall.com, a newsmagazine every three weeks and a yearbook once a year. However, for us journalism nerds, it’s a lot more than that. For us, SJ is a second home, a ...

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