BY SYDNEY SNELSON It all started with a new weekly poll. Created by KC Metro Sports, teams from the surrounding area would be ranked based on their record and performance. Fans of the teams listed became obsessed with their positions. During the week of the Winnetonka tournament, the […]
BY KAYA DWYER When will high schoolers achieve some level of normality? It’s been a little more than a month since December 13, when the Independence School District announced their move from a five day school week to a four day school week: effective through the 2023-2024 school […]
This edition of club highlights shines a light on DECA and all of the things they do
This week’s edition takes a look at the girls’ basketball team moving to number one in the metro and catches up with the boys’ basketball team.
BY BRIELLE ASHTON AND ATLAS EHLERS
BY KRISHAE FRANCO Movie and show adaptations are not a concept unheard of. In fact, adaptations have been a thing since 1899 when Georges Méliès adapted the very well-known tale of “Cinderella” into a movie. Since then we’ve seen plenty more adaptations from “To Kill a Mockingbird” and […]
BY ROSA PRESTON It’s February, which means next month is March, and you know what’s in March. Wait, what? NO, not Pi Day. I’m talking about Extreme Test Day (just as exciting). And for some of you, that means you’ll be taking the ACT soon. Naturally, you may […]
BY THOMAS WOOD Dreamworks is an animation studio primarily known for its 3D animation. Classic films such as the “Shrek” franchise, “How to Train Your Dragon”, and “Boss Baby” all use the usual Dreamworks animation style. However, around the turn of the twenty-first century, Dreamworks still produced many […]