Fresh, healthy shops offer unique smoothie experience

Ruby Jean’s has an extensive menu with items ranging from their signature juices to smoothies and protein-filled snacks. photo by Meredith Mulhern

by Meredith Mulhern, Staff Writer

February 18, 2016

New, healthy smoothie shops offer fresh options.

All in the Timing: one sophomore’s transfer story to STA

Sophomore Kate Loman reflects on her audition for the St. Teresa's spring play. photo by Violet Cowdin

by Torie Richardson, Editor-in-Chief

February 10, 2016

By the time sophomore Kate Loman transferred to STA, she already had a role in the Winter Play.

The Big Short does not fall short

The Big Short does not fall short

by Zoe Butler, Social Media Editor

February 10, 2016

With a likable cast and a new outlook on how the real events transpired, the Big Short plays with your emotions leaving you wanting more of what seemed to be just a taste.

Alessia Cara’s “Know It All”: a soundtrack for angst, edge, ambition

Alessia Cara’s “Know It All”: a soundtrack for angst, edge, ambition

by Mackenzie O'Guin, Design Editor

December 28, 2015

Contemporary R&B artists Alessia Cara dominates younger demographics with relatability and boisterous lyricism.

The Dart’s Christmas gift guide

This mug from Common Goods can be purchased for $18. photo courtesy of CommonGoods

December 15, 2015

Here are some different ideas for presents for those in your family.

“You Too Can Have a Body Like Mine” gives a unique take on self identity

photo courtesy of GoodReads

by Alexandria Davis, Web Editor of Copy

November 12, 2015

Alexandra Kleeman's debut novel "You Too Can Have a Body Like Mine" provides a refreshing new perspective on what it's like to find yourself.

Featured Artist: Amber Brownlee

Senior Amber Brownlee poses wearing her pointe shoes at her mother’s yoga and pilates studio Aug. 22. photo by Maddy Medina

by Zoe Butler and Maddy Medina

November 8, 2015

The Dart profiles artist Amber Brownlee.

Dodge and Burn is a beautiful explosion of cranky blues

Dodge and Burn album artwork, courtesy of thedeadweather.com

by Helen Wheatley, Opinion Editor

November 7, 2015

The supergroup the Dead Weather's third release departs from modern day rock in a successful attempt at musical mayhem.

Artist of the Issue: Megan Lewer

Lewer holds her variety of brushes. She experiments with many different mediums, such as video, pant, graphite, collage, and many others. photo by Violet Cowdin

by Alexandra Frisch and Violet Cowdin

November 5, 2015

Artist of the Issue Megan Lewer is a painter and a videographer.

You scream, I scream, we all scream for Scream Queens

photo courtesy of Fox

by Audrey Carroll, Managing Editor of Web

November 4, 2015

Watch Scream Queens this fall if you're looking for a new show.

Pianos on Parade in Kansas City

A piano, painted by local artist Charlie Podrebarac, sits in a gallery inside Union Station. Podrebarac's piano depicts several popular places in Kansas City, such as Union Station. photo by Cassie Hayes

by Cassie Hayes and Mary Hilliard

October 30, 2015

What's up with all the painted pianos?

Double cast drama

Double cast drama

by Cassie Hayes and Madi Winfield

October 28, 2015

Drama teacher and director Shana Prentiss double casts a production for the first time in three years.