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“Freudian” is the rebirth of R&B

“Freudian” is the rebirth of R&B

January 14, 2018

With the Grammy’s coming up, R&B singer Daniel Caesar is a new face to the crowd earning two Grammy nominations for his debut album, “Freudian.”  He is nominated for Best R&B album and Best...

The Greatest of All Showmen

The Greatest of All Showmen

January 12, 2018

From amazing trapeze tricks and colorful costumes to the challenges and hardships of everyday life, this original musical covers all aspects that make a movie amazing. “The Greatest Showman” is a musica...

Quality and Healthy Fast Food

Quality and Healthy Fast Food

December 15, 2017

Burger fans rejoice! The Colorado-based restaurant, Larkburger, is coming to the Plaza. The chain opened a location in Overland Park, Kansas last fall, but the Plaza will be its first location in Missou...

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Scholar Bowl Brings Home Trophy

Shawn Watts

Seniors Gillian Cruz, Karolina Rooney, Emily Bello and Julianna Alaman posefor a picture after winning third overall in their tournament.

School Closed Due to Extreme Weather

School Closed Due to Extreme Weather

January 10, 2018

Due to extreme weather conditions expected in our area, Notre Dame de Sion Schools will be closed Thursday, Jan. 11, according to Principal Natalie McDonough. Classes will resume Friday, Jan. 12.

Alumnae Return for Luncheon and Discussion

Alumnae Return for Luncheon and Discussion

January 9, 2018

The halls were filled with warm greetings and excited reunions Monday, Jan. 8.  Not only did current students return from their three-week winter break, 40 alumnae of the class of 2017 and eight alumnae...

School Closed for Winter Break

School Closed for Winter Break

December 17, 2017

After the final day to take exams Dec. 19, the school will be closed to observe winter break. Second semester will begin Jan. 8.

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Golden Globes Sends Message of Hope and Change on the Horizon

Golden Globes Sends Message of Hope and Change on the Horizon

January 12, 2018

For better or worse, mass attention is focused on female celebrities’ fashion during award season, but this year the women of the Golden Globes used their formal attire to make a statement and wear al...

No Neutrality Would Be Nonsense

No Neutrality Would Be Nonsense

December 6, 2017

There has been much talk as of late regarding the upcoming Dec. 14 vote in which the Federal Communications Commission, headed by chairman Ajit Pai (designated by President Donald Trump), will decide whet...

JFK Files Prove Insufficient in Many Aspects

JFK Files Prove Insufficient in Many Aspects

November 9, 2017

Starting the Golden Age of television, the assassination of John F. Kennedy drew attention from television outlets less than an hour after two shots rang out in Dallas. From NBC and CBS, America knew ...

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