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Bishop Joins Sion for All-School Mass

Sela Kincaid

Kansas City-St. Joseph regional Bishop James Vann Johnston and Father Sunoj Thomas led this years all-school Mass Sept. 6.

Saying Goodbye to the Fall Dance

Saying Goodbye to the Fall Dance

September 8, 2019

The annual Fall Dance on Sept. 7 was canceled for the second year in a row due to low attendance. The dance was canceled last year for the same reasons and is discontinued for future years.  “I think...

Spirit Week Preview

Spirit Week Preview

September 5, 2019

Spirit week will last from Monday, Sept. 9 to Friday, Sept. 13. The themes go as followed: Monday- Pattern Day Tuesday- Area 51 Wednesday- Devils and Angels Thursday- Generation Day with freshman...

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The First Swing of the Season
Lacrosse Earns Last Home Win of the Season

Lacrosse Earns Last Home Win of the Season

April 30, 2019

The lacrosse team won their last home game of the season against Lee’s Summit West 12-8 and celebrated seniors Suki Arnold, Keali Myrick and Lily Muehlebach after the game. “It felt really good...

Kicking Into High Gear

Kicking Into High Gear

April 24, 2019

The soccer team played the Belton Pirates April 23 at home in a  game that went into overtime with the team winning 4-2 in penalty kicks. “We played very well. We possessed the ball, and had more...

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Don’t Talk to Strangers, Kids
The Hypocrisy of Holidays

The Hypocrisy of Holidays

September 2, 2019

With an added day to the weekend and all the “end of summer” sales, it is easy to take Labor Day for granted. It is a holiday where school children and adults alike can relax and enjoy a break from...

Power to Hong Kongers

Power to Hong Kongers

August 26, 2019

Sparked by the proposition of an extradition bill, protests have broken out across Hong Kong as citizens fight back against unjust policies and the steady encroachment of China into their government. The...

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Ten Disney Go-To Classics
Because She’s Dead

Because She’s Dead

April 29, 2019

As a semi-dedicated Taylor Swift listener, the rug has been pulled out from under me, this must have been what her country audience had felt like when Taylor went from country to pop, leaving them,...

“Little” is a Big Success

April 18, 2019

Middle school. Surely a time no one wants to relive. However, in “Little,” released April 11, that’s exactly what tech startup executive Jordan Sanders played by Regina Hall is forced to do. In...

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Married to Debate
Graceful Balance

Graceful Balance

May 10, 2019

Flying into Collegiate Cheer

Flying into Collegiate Cheer

May 8, 2019

Clenching her fists sitting in the Power Cat, senior Liz Oltjen anxiously waits to hear the number 32 announced. About 15 names in, the number 32 that she wore on her tryout bib was called and echoed throughout...

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Freshman Retreat: Then and Now
Nous Sommes Avec Vous

Nous Sommes Avec Vous

April 16, 2019

Notre Dame Cathedral has been through centuries of history, revolutions and two world wars, and yet the event that left the global icon in ruins was a devastating fire that blazed in the heart of Paris...

Sounds Good to Me

Sounds Good to Me

April 12, 2019

Admittedly it is a fad, or was, as is the nature of such things, but for however long it will grace the the timelines of Instagram, or Snapchat feeds, it has developed into a niche community for some...

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