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The Brain Issue: You don’t snooze, you lose

The Brain Issue: You don’t snooze, you lose

Grace Klebe, print managing editor

November 5, 2019

Check out this article to learn about insomnia and sleep deprivation in teenagers.

Lover: a conversation with Anaka Bretzke

Lover: a conversation with Anaka Bretzke

Grace Klebe, print managing editor

October 10, 2019

In this podcast, Grace Klebe and Anaka Bretzke talk about each song on Taylor Swift's new album, "Lover", and share opinions on her new music.

Lover, Lover Not

Lover, Lover Not

Grace Klebe, print managing editor

October 8, 2019

Taylor Swift released her newest album, "Lover", on August 23, 2019. Read Grace Klebe's review here.

Photo Gallery: varsity girls’ tennis vs. Lafayette, Sept. 9

Photo Gallery: varsity girls’ tennis vs. Lafayette, Sept. 9

Julia Knoll, photographer

September 12, 2019

The Kirkwood Varsity girls tennis team played in a match against Lafayette on Sept. 9. They've had a challenging season, but have grown closer as a team because of it.

The leftie struggle

The leftie struggle

Grace Klebe, news editor

March 5, 2019

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Teachers make TikToks

Teachers make TikToks

Emma Lingo, Catherine McCandless, Grace Klebe, and Amelia Hurley

December 14, 2018

The newest social media trend is here: TikTok. A TikTok is a short video set to music where you can dance, sing and apply crazy filters to your face. TKC asked members of the KHS staff to make TikToks to some of their favorite songs, these were the results.

Preparing for the ACT

Preparing for the ACT

Grace Klebe, news editor

November 30, 2018

For a month and a half before the test, he studied for an hour every night. He attended tutoring sessions, took practice tests three Saturdays prior, worked from a book and on the internet and normalized his sleep schedule by going to bed at 10:30 p.m. and waking up at 6:30 a.m. every day. Even the w...

Caffeine

Grace Klebe, news editor

October 22, 2018

Twelve. She has had 12 cups of coffee a week since 7th grade. She buys the beans from Starbucks and grinds them at home. She drinks it completely black. For Emma Roberts, junior, consuming this much caffeine is a normal routine. “I love coffee,” Roberts said. “That’s one of the first thing...

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