Flaw[less]: Identity shown through art

 Sophomore Maggie Dodderidge admires a peice by Nan Goldin on Aug. 18. The piece is titled Jimmy Paulette and Tabboo! Undressing, NYC, 1991 (1991). photo by Beatrice Curry

by Anna Ronan, Design Editor

September 15, 2018

Members of the 2018 Kemper Museum Teen Arts Council took pieces from the Kemper's permanent collection and turned them into an exhibit titled Flaw[less].

‘Emily’ takes the mic

Senior Bella Pichardo stands on the side of the stage as she watches sophomore CeCe Wacht rehearse a song from Pichardo’s self-written musical, “Emily,” during a tech rehearsal April 21. “Emily” is a musical about poet Emily Dickinson and features Dickinson’s poetry in the music. photo by Anna Louise Sih

by Lily Hart and Anna Louise Sih

May 1, 2018

Student Productions allow seniors to produce original plays. This year, senior Bella Pichardo is writing a musical inspired by Emily Dickinson.

Katie Willnauer: Last musical and first lead

Senior Katie Willnauer sings on stage at Rockhurst High school March 9. Willnauer starred as Bonnie in the musical “Bonnie and Clyde”. photo by Kate Jones

by Reagan Penn and Kate Jones

March 29, 2018

In senior Katie Willnauer's last high school production, she had her first lead.

Creating calligraphy

Creating calligraphy

by Mary Massman, Lifestyles Editor

February 2, 2018

The new calligraphy club will collaborate to create different handwriting styles.

Gallery: 9 to 5

Rockhurst High School junior Joe Hutchison, left, hangs from ropes while senior Bella Pichardo, junior Margaret Jordahl and senior Courtney Talken hold hands and sing “Shine Like the Sun” during the act 1 finale of “9 to 5.” Hutchison played Franklin Hart, Jr., Pichardo played Doralee Rhodes, Jordahl played Judy Bernly and Talken played Violet Newstead in STA’s production of “9 to 5” Nov. 8 and Nov. 10. . photo by Madeline Loehr

by Madeline Loehr, Photographer

November 14, 2017

STA's production of "9 to 5" was shown November 8-11.

9 to 5: A musical preview

Juniors Kari Flynn, left, and Nicole Ficklin practice lines with each other before auditioning Aug. 29. Both Flynn and Ficklin were in last year's musical. photo by Madeline Loehr

by Ella Kugler and Madeline Loehr

September 20, 2017

STA’s play this year, 9 to 5, is set to play Nov. 8-11.

Five outdoorsy things to do this spring

A girl flies a kite with the wind at Loose Park. photo by Anna Louise Sih

by Natalie Telep and Anna Louise Sih

March 24, 2017

As spring begins, the beauty of new life draws us outside. What better way to enjoy the beginning of spring than to try some outdoorsy activities?

STA choir hosts annual Spring Concert

The STA choir puts on their annual Spring Concert Mar. 21. During the final two songs, all three choirs combined, accompanied first by Larry Figg on cello and then by Samantha Wagner on accordian, Kent Raush on djembe, Diana Edwin on tambourine and STA Staff Accompanist Robert Pherigo on piano. photo by Gabby Staker

by Gabby Staker, Page Designer

March 23, 2017

Awaiting the District Large Group Contest Festival Mar. 25, the STA choir hosted the Spring Concert Mar. 21.

The official Dart guide to Valentine’s Day

Chez Elle is a French coffeehouse and creperie located at 1713 Summit Street. Mostly popular for their crepes, Chez Elle also offers a gluten free and vegan selection. photo by Cassie Hayes

by Alex Frisch and Cassie Hayes

February 7, 2017

Places to go, food to eat, gifts to give and other suggestions for Valentine's Day.

Congratulations to the 2017 Scholastic Arts Awards recipients

Ellie Grever's Gold Key and American Visions Nominee painting. photo courtsey of Theresa Wallerstedt

by Editorial Board

February 3, 2017

32 Students were recognized for their work by the Scholastic Arts Awards in the Missouri Art Region.

Liz Elm: Insta-famous sophomore

by Lucy Whittaker and Sophie Sakoulas

January 29, 2017

Artist Liz Elm has thousands of followers on her personal art account.

Signature arts fest in the works in KC

The ArtsKC sign promotes the Kansas City Regional Arts Council, which is dedicated to connecting the people of Kansas City to the local art. photo by Anne Claire Tangen

by Gabby Mesa and Anne Claire Tangen

November 30, 2016

The event would feature various disciplines of music, dance, theater and temporary public art installations. It would also include interactive and tech workshops, film screenings, guest speakers and forums, along with a KC Marketplace for local vendors to promote and sell their products.