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Following the 14 months later prompt, I chose to depict who I have become during the pandemic.

Growth – Emma Frizzell

Emma Frizzell, artist May 17, 2021

In response to the 14 months later prompt, I chose to draw a self portrait. I wanted this art piece to show how I’ve grown into myself during this time. Even though it wasn’t always enjoyable, over...

Art by Emma Frizzell. My routine was repetitive: every morning I woke up early.

Senior column: Amara Harper

Amara Harper, editor-in-chief May 5, 2021

My routine was repetitive: every morning I woke up extra early just to make the extra 10 minute drive to Starbucks so I could get a coffee before school. I followed this for my sophomore and junior year....

Art by Emma Frizzell. Be your own person, let go of expectations or stereotypes or judgments, and you will thrive. 

Senior column: Molly Higgins

Molly Higgins, print editor May 4, 2021

College: Fordham University Major: Journalism/marketing Throughout the chaos of the past year, there is one thing that has never failed to bring me joy. I truly believe  nothing is quite as exhilarating...

Wade worked at Kirkwood for over 30 years as a teacher, coach, and administrator

Mike Wade retires

Nicholas Whittington, features writer March 14, 2021

At the end of 2020, Mike Wade, long-time KHS teacher and principal, retired. Wade served Kirkwood for over 30 years, coaching two varsity sports and graduating five classes of students. The students of...

New Year's resolutions have become an endless cycle of self-help journals and new workout equipment.

New Year, same you: Why you should quit making resolutions

Rachel Finan, health + wellness editor February 21, 2021

New Year’s resolutions are exhausting. Enough with people using their new fitness goals to rationalize spending money on workout gear they’ll never use, people vowing to eat healthy yet ending up with...

2020 was a year full of many things, one of them being fashion trends. Check out

Style trends of 2020

Emma Patt, entertainment editor January 31, 2021

Let’s face it – 2020 was a disaster. It seemed as though every aspect of our lives came to a screeching halt. However, time marched on, and so did fashion trends. Despite the uncertainty that came...

At the start of each TKC cycle, the artists are given a prompt for Artists’ Take.

Artists’ take #3: New Year’s Resolutions

Graesen Joyce, art editor January 25, 2021

At the start of each TKC cycle, the artists are given a prompt for Artists’ Take. As 2021 rolls in, this cycle’s prompt is “New Year's Resolutions.” Artists’ Take is an opportunity for TKC’s...

Artists' Take is an opportunity for TKC's artists to freely showcase their styles and abilities.

Artists’ take #2: 2020

Graesen Joyce, art editor December 8, 2020

At the start of each TKC cycle, the artists are given a prompt for Artists' Take. As the year comes to a close, this cycle's prompt is "2020." Artists' Take is an opportunity for TKC's artists to freely...

“Artists' Take” is an opportunity for TKC's artists to freely showcase their styles and abilities.

Artists’ take #1: Self portrait

Graesen Joyce, art editor November 16, 2020

At the start of each TKC cycle, the artists are given a prompt for “Artists' Take.” This cycle's prompt is "self-portrait." “Artists' Take” is an opportunity for TKC's artists to freely showcase...

Political Issue: KHS views on 2020 issues

Political Issue: KHS views on 2020 issues

Lydia Cohen, print + web managing editor October 5, 2020

As November approaches, many people continue to register as voters for the 2020 election. However, not every KHS student has the opportunity to express their opinion at the polls. To represent...

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