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Easy, Delicious Plant-based Recipes

Easy, Delicious Plant-based Recipes

Catherine Frerker, Sports Editor

Vegetarian Mediterranean Nachos Appetizer Ingredients: About ⅓ of a large bag of tortilla chips ½ of a 10 ounce container of hummus ½ of 14.5 ounce can ( about 3/4 cup) of garbanzo beans, r...

September 21, 2017

Q39’s Classic Barbecue Restaurant is Some of Kansas City’s Greatest

Q39’s Classic Barbecue Restaurant is Some of Kansas City’s Greatest

September 7, 2017

The welcoming smells of zesty barbecue sauce and classic Kansas City style meat fills the new Q39 restaurant near College and Antioch in Overland Park. With its award-winning barbecue, Q39 offers a variety ...

A Relevant Modern-Day Tale in Both Book and Screen

A Relevant Modern-Day Tale in Both Book and Screen

September 4, 2017

The 10 episode Hulu limited series, “The Handmaid’s Tale”, brought to life under the craftings of multiple directors and based off the 1989 novel by Margaret Atwood, is nearly flawless in its foref...

Actors Shine Amid ‘The Glass Castle’ Cracks

Actors Shine Amid ‘The Glass Castle’ Cracks

August 20, 2017

Rate:  “The Glass Castle,” directed by Destin Daniel Creeton and based off the 2005 bestseller written by Jeannette Walls, is smart in the portrayal of its characters, but repeatedly sugarcoats and ...

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North Korea Reaching New Military Heights

Tribune News Service

Undated photo from North Korean News Agency shows North Korean leader Kim Jong-un visiting a Korean People's Army unit, in an undisclosed location, North Korea. Photo released August 2017. (Balkis Press/Abaca Press/TNS)

North Korea Reaching New Military Heights

Melissa Koppers, Reporter

The Korean War wages on as North Korea is not backing down from numerous threats from the United States and countries from around the world. Resp...

September 22, 2017

Sporting Kansas City Brings Back the Trophy

Sporting Kansas City Brings Back the Trophy

September 21, 2017

Sporting Kansas City won 2-1 against the New York Red Bulls in the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup championship. The two teams faced off at Children’s Mercy Park on Sept. 20. Over 21,500 people attended, wh...

Rankine Talks Reality

Rankine Talks Reality

September 14, 2017

AP English IV students traveled up to Lawrence, Kansas to hear Claudia Rankine talk about her book “Citizen: An American Lyric.” The students of English teacher Melissa Wilcox read the book for...

Apple’s Newest iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus Face Substantial Changes

Apple’s Newest iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus Face Substantial Changes

September 14, 2017

  In honor of the tenth anniversary of the iPhone, Apple launched the iPhone X, along with the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus on Sept.12 at the Steve Jobs Theatre, in Cupertino, Calif. Substantial c...

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Bags of Fun Game Results in More Than One Victory

Bags of Fun Game Results in More Than One Victory

Annie Schorgl, Reporter

Varsity volleyball defeated Ray-Pec at home in two sets Sept. 21. The scores of the two sets were 25-12 an...

September 21, 2017No Comments

Rivalry Night Ends With Two Varsity Losses

Rivalry Night Ends With Two Varsity Losses

September 16, 2017

  Competing in front of large crowds at St. Teresa's Academy Wednesday Sept. 13 in softball and volleyball, both games ended in a loss. Softball’s final score was 15-5 and volleyball finished 1-2. Stude...

Tennis Says Goodbye To Fellow Seniors

Tennis Says Goodbye To Fellow Seniors

September 11, 2017

The tennis team said goodbye to 13 seniors before their matches against the St. Joseph Academy Angels on Sept. 8. Held at Oakwood Country Club, members of varsity participated in nine matches overall perform...

Golf Succeeds At First Tournament

Golf Succeeds At First Tournament

August 25, 2017

The golf team kicked off their season with a tournament win against Platte County Aug. 18. Held at Hoots Hollow Golf Club, six golfers earned a total score of 84, defeating Platte County by one stroke. Wi...

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Tuesday Talks With Tomka: My Television Addiction

Tuesday Talks With Tomka: My Television Addiction

Anna Tomka, Print Managing Editor

As a little kid, I spent more hours reading books than sitting on a couch in front of a TV. I watched the occasional Disney show, but rarely found myself fascinated by the ...

September 19, 2017

Tuesday Talks With Tomka: Opt to Adopt

Tuesday Talks With Tomka: Opt to Adopt

September 5, 2017

My three dogs (two Great Pyrenees and a miniature Dachshund) are evidence to support that I am a member of a family strictly composed of dog people. When I think of cats, I imagine long razor-sharp claw...

Olivia’s Declassified Pre-College Survival Guide

Olivia’s Declassified Pre-College Survival Guide

August 23, 2017

I never thought gate G13 in O’Hare International Airport would cause so much anxiety. I walked briskly through the wide airport corridors watching previous gates disappear behind me. G10...G11...G12. As ...

Tuesday Talks with Tomka: Living in the Land Down Under

Tuesday Talks with Tomka: Living in the Land Down Under

August 22, 2017

The stretchy black fabric stuck to my skin as I zipped up the front of the wet suit. My elated smile turned into a frown moments later when I stepped out of the bathroom and was informed I’d put it o...

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