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The Kirkwood Call

Kirkwood High School student newspaper

The Kirkwood Call

Kirkwood High School student newspaper

The Kirkwood Call

Needle in a haystack

Needle in a haystack

Ally Ortmann, features + in depth editor December 4, 2018

Chatter fills the Senior Hall as Principal Dr. Michael Havener, smiles and greets students. Hearing his phone ring, he diverts his attention to the voice on the other end of the line. The news he receives...

Creating a change to be proud of

Creating a change to be proud of

Amara Harper and Ryleigh Palmer November 30, 2018

At Pulse Nightclub the red and blue lights flashed following reports of gunshots in the club. Nobody knew how many were dead. Friends and family anxiously awaited as they crowded around their loved ones,...

art by Thora Pearson

Issues: The Midterms and why they matter

Charlotte Heinrich and Thomas Birmingham October 27, 2018

“This is the most important election in history.” According to Lucas Ravenscraft, AP United States Government and Politics teacher, this is one of those phrases that tends to get thrown around a lot,...

KHS Day of Silence

KHS Day of Silence

Izzy Colón, news-features writer April 14, 2017

In the loud, crowded hallways of KHS, some students choose to remain silent in honor of the voices of LGBTQA people who have been silenced. Students participating in the Day of Silence refrained from speaking...

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