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Senior Rose Orrick and alumna Brenna Richart
Get Your Walk On
Morgan Herriott, Sports Editor • May 3, 2020

The faculty and staff won the school-wide walking challenge that occurred during the week of April 27...

Junior Sharon Kramschuster performed via Zoom at this year
Virtual Fine Arts Day
April 30, 2020
Cheer and Dance Host Virtual Tryouts
Hoop Heaven

Hoop Heaven

February 29, 2020

The basketball team defeated St. Teresa’s Academy 53-42 in the Irish Cup after a sequence of game day festivities Feb. 27. The day consisted of a pep rally, tailgate and senior night celebrations...

A Storm Preview

A Storm Preview

February 26, 2020

Storm basketball is set to go up against rival St. Teresa’s Academy Stars, Thursday Feb. 27 in the gym. The evening will start with a tailgate in the cafeteria at 5:00 p.m. with the varsity tip-off...

Winning the Battle

Winning the Battle

February 19, 2020

The basketball team won 49-40 against Lincoln Prep High School in a free throw heavy game Feb. 18.  “I think the game went really well,” Head Coach Chad Lynn said. “The most important thing for...

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No Clear End in Sight for Students
Constitutional Rights versus National Compliance

Constitutional Rights versus National Compliance

April 28, 2020

Anti-coronavirus lockdown protests have been going on in the United States for weeks. The people participating in the protests have claimed that the government is infringing on their civil liberties by...

Masking the Spread of Coronavirus

Masking the Spread of Coronavirus

April 17, 2020

Before the world was introduced to COVID-19, wearing a face mask was reserved for healthcare professionals and the occasional fashion trendsetter. Now, amid a global pandemic, the average person is more...

COVID-19 Isn’t Racist, but America Systematically Is

COVID-19 Isn’t Racist, but America Systematically Is

April 14, 2020

Fifty percent of people testing positive for coronavirus in Kansas City are black, although they only make up 30% of the population. This is following the national pattern, as 40% of all COVID-19 deaths...

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Memory Lane in the Living Room
Best Performances from “One World: Together at Home”

Best Performances from “One World: Together at Home”

April 24, 2020

Partnered with the World Health Organization and Global Citizen, "The One World: Together at Home" concert aired globally April 18 in tribute to medical care workers working the front lines during the...

Chick-fil-A Thrives Amid COVID-19

Chick-fil-A Thrives Amid COVID-19

April 19, 2020

In response to the stay at home order, Chick-Fil-A has done a great job adapting to drive-thru and carryout only. Upon arriving at Chick-Fil-A on 135th Street during the busy lunch hour there was one...

Ultimate Quarantine Binge: The Chef Show

Ultimate Quarantine Binge: The Chef Show

April 18, 2020

Already into its third season, the hit Netflix TV series "The Chef Show" found its recipe for success with its key ingredients, actor and producer Jon Favreau and chef Roy Choi. Based on the movie "Chef,"...

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A Senior Celebration
For the Love of Art

For the Love of Art

April 21, 2020

Q: Why did you start creating art? A: “I definitely dealt with a lot of mental health issues and still do. It helps me mentally to focus on something easy.” Q: What are your favorite things to...

Writing Our Future

Writing Our Future

April 8, 2020

Exhausted from track practice, she opened her laptop. A notification caught her eye. An email from the Stanford Pre-Collegiate Summer Institute sat in her inbox awaiting her click. The selections had...

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Out from Behind the Screen
Farewell, Sion. I’ll Miss You.

Farewell, Sion. I’ll Miss You.

April 10, 2020

You never know when something is your last time until it is. Leaving school Thursday, March 12, I sped outside of the building as quickly as possible. It was just another day at school. Eager for spring...

Coffee Talk: Zoom Edition

Coffee Talk: Zoom Edition

April 5, 2020

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