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“Isn’t it surprising Maya likes that stuff?” That’s what my mom says when I tell people my favorite movie is “It,” and that I love watching true crime. If you know me and my anxious tendencies, this would be shocking.

Senior column: Maya Kim

Maya Kim, web editor May 4, 2022

College: Ball State University  Major: Journalism  “Isn’t it surprising Maya likes that stuff?” That’s what my mom says when I tell people my favorite movie is “It,” and that I love...

Olivia Rodrigo attracted fans clothed in purple and lit up The Factory’s stage in Chesterfield for the 12th show in her “Sour” tour.

“Sour” concert review

Maya Kim, web editor April 22, 2022

Olivia Rodrigo attracted fans clothed in purple and lit up The Factory’s stage in Chesterfield for the 12th show in her “Sour” tour. I don’t know how, but I managed to snag four tickets before...

The bubble tea drink can be found at various locations around St. Louis, but here are some of the top-tier boba spots. 

Kirkwood boba review

Maya Kim and Rachel Finan April 1, 2022

Looking through your Instagram feed, you may have noticed the colorful drinks with black pearls lining the bottom: boba. The Taiwanese delicacy is made of tapioca starch and is paired with a sweet milk-tea...

A KHS senior boy’s pornography addiction began when he was in 6th grade.

Addicted to porn

Maya Kim, web editor March 4, 2022

He flipped through the TV channels looking for something to watch and stumbled across a movie that contained something he hadn’t seen before. At 13, this was his first exposure to graphic sexual content....

KSD superintendent David Ulrich addresses the BOE at their work session Jan. 10.

BOE discusses Encompass Resolution, Prop R and curricula Jan. 10

Megan Glasgow and Maya Kim January 11, 2022

On Monday, Jan. 10, the KSD Board of Education (BOE) met to discuss updates on Encompass Resolution, Prop R and curricula. In their update, BOE members emphasized that Encompass Resolution is still at...

To some, 2021 may be remembered for the Capitol riots, the COVID-19 vaccine becoming available and life getting back to some normalcy. For me and the Asian community, 2021 will be remembered for the abundance of Asian representation both on screen and in the media.

Making history and headlines: Asian representation in 2021

Maya Kim, web editor January 6, 2022

*Opinion To some, 2021 may be remembered for the Capitol riots, the COVID-19 vaccine becoming available and life getting back to some normalcy. For me and the Asian community, 2021 will be remembered...

The class of 2022 is made up of 458 seniors. Meet Lauren Hulsey, senior.

Q&A with Lauren Hulsey

Maya Kim, web editor November 3, 2021

The class of 2022 is made up of 458 seniors. Of those seniors, one is passionate about writing poetry on racial injustice. She plans on getting a tattoo the minute she turns 18. The past few weeks of her...

Human Monsters is a podcast that dives into Kim and Finans passion for true crime and the cases that got them hooked.

Human Monsters podcast: episode 1

Rachel Finan, Maya Kim, and Ella Sottile October 7, 2021

In this first episode of Human Monsters we break down an infamous case that would wreak havoc on California starting in 1985. We analyze our unidentified subject's signature, demographics of their victims,...

The past 14 months have consisted of five stages of grief. I didn’t go through these stages just once. I go through them everyday.

Control – Maya Kim

Maya Kim, social media editor May 13, 2021

The past 14 months have consisted of five stages of grief. First came denial. There is no way we can return to school with the rise of COVID-19 cases recently. Returning to in-person learning in November...

Art by Laurel Seidensticker. They have been playing soccer together since they were 4. Throughout their lives, they have helped each other both on and off the field.

Senior profile: Emma and Kamryn Ealey

Maya Kim, social media editor May 4, 2021

They have been playing soccer together since they were 4. Throughout their lives, they have helped each other both on and off the field. Now, twins Emma and Kamryn Ealey are continuing their soccer journey...

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