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Kirkwood High School student newspaper

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Kirkwood High School student newspaper

The Kirkwood Call

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...

Tyler Wilson, freshman, enjoys spending time with his grandparents in Turkey each summer.

VoKs: Kaiser, Wilson, Hernandez-Vazquez

Nicholas Whittington, breaking news editor November 3, 2021

For our third issue this school year TKC followed the prompt “Everybody has a story.”  TKC staffers were randomly assigned three KHS students to write “Voices of Kirkwood” on. They capture details...

Ayla Burba, junior, has been on crew for six KH Players productions.

Ayla Burba

October 28, 2021

Ayla Burba, junior, has been a part of the crew for six KH Players productions. “[Being on crew is] nice because I enjoy working with my hands, [and] I get to build and paint a whole set,” Burba said....

Woody Munson, junior,   works out at The Lodge Des Peres and plays tennis in his free time.

Woody Munson

October 28, 2021

Outside of school, Woody Munson, junior, spends his time staying active with his friends. “I started going [to The Lodge Des Peres] at the end of last summer [to work out] with Harry Soell and Dylan...

Jared Ulichnie, senior, is on the KHS varsity football and wrestling teams.

Jared Ulichnie

October 28, 2021

Jared Ulichnie, senior, is a part of the varsity football and wrestling teams at KHS. “I've been playing football since first grade [and] it was always fun,” Ulichnie said. “[I started] wrestling...

Jared Ulichnie, senior, is on the KHS varsity football and wrestling teams.

VoKs: Burba, Munson, Ulichnie

Lydia Drake, features writer October 16, 2021

For our third issue this school year TKC followed the prompt “Everybody has a story.”  TKC staffers were randomly assigned three KHS students to write “Voices of Kirkwood” on. They capture details...

Electronic dance music has become one of Matthew Maneys big hobbies.

VoKs: Borbonus, Maney

Henry Joiner, sports writer October 16, 2021

For our third issue this school year TKC followed the prompt “Everybody has a story.”  TKC staffers were randomly assigned three KHS students to write “Voices of Kirkwood” on. They capture details...

TKC asked students to share their thoughts about returning to school.

Student voices of Kirkwood: Return to school

Mya Copeland and Ava Duggin August 25, 2021

TKC asked students to share their thoughts about returning to school. Grady Ashley • Sophomore TKC: How was freshman year regarding school? Grady Ashley: Grades-wise it was good, but it...

“You need to create that healthy relationship with your body and food, Anonymous said. You need to know that no matter what you see when you look in the mirror you are beautiful.

VoK collection: Students share experiences with eating disorders

Ava Duggin, Rachel Finan, and Audrey Blaine March 26, 2021

*TW: This story discusses material that may be upsetting for those who have experienced an eating disorder If you or someone you know is struggling with an eating disorder reach out to someone and get...

Now, while most people are suffering from the inconveniences of the stay-at-home order, Gadkari said she has much to worry about in addition to social distancing: her recently diagnosed immune disorder and job as an essential worker.

VoK: Lauren Gadkari

Nathan Sweeney, Writer June 11, 2020

As news of the emerging COVID-19 virus began to surface late last year, Lauren Gadkari, sophomore, said she was skeptical of the dangers predicted for the following months. She said it was not until school...

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