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Welcome to Urban Mining

Renowned Kansas City vintage store, Urban Mining, had their monthly sales event Sept. 3.  The store is only open the first weekend of each month.

by Rachel Robinson, Editor-in-Chief

September 18, 2020

Urban Mining sells vintage art and antiques one weekend a month from more than 40 local dealers.

Gallery: Black Lives Matter Art

 Volunteers continue to work on the street painting at 63rd Street and Troost Sept. 5. Six murals were installed throughout Kansas City over the weekend. photo by Carmon Baker

by Carmon Baker, Web Editor

September 14, 2020

Over the summer, new art has been created in Kansas City to honor the Black Lives Matter movement.

March on Windmoor

Over 140 students gathered to march around the quad for eight minutes and 45 seconds, signifying the amount of time George Floyd was suffocated by a police officer until his death Sept. 3. The Black Student Coalition put together this march. photo by Claire Smith

by Claire Smith, Editor-in-Chief

September 4, 2020

Prospero’s Books

Prospero's Books

by Sydney Waldron, Snapchat and Facebook Editor

July 15, 2020

Sophomore Brighid Raymer looks at books right outside the store. In 2010, Prospero's Book broke international record for the longest poetry reading ever which was 120 hours, five days straight.

Looking Back: Senior Year in Photos

STA students cheer in the bleachers at the Rockhurst High School vs. STA volleyball game held at Rockhurst Feb. 24. The theme for the student section was denim. photo courtesy of Liv DeSantis

by Carmon Baker, Web Editor

May 10, 2020

A look back at the class of 2020’s senior year in photos

Photo Story: KC Goes Red

The Kansas City Pioneer Square Movement statue in Westport is dressed with the three

by Lily Sage, Writer

February 7, 2020

The Chiefs have made a huge impact on Kansas City.

Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service

Volunteers gather at Faxon Elementary School on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day to decorate and celebrate education Jan. 20. Painting and decorating the students’ school will help excite students to enjoy going to school to continue their education. photo by Becca Speier

by Becca Speier, Photo Editor and Writer

January 23, 2020

Instead of taking a day off, volunteers gather at Faxon Elementary to promote student's education and their futures.

Messenger Cafe on a winter’s night

A customer picks up a drink from the coffee bar Dec. 11. This photo was taken from the perspective of the steps to the second floor. photo by Beatrice Curry

by Beatrice Curry, Writer

January 15, 2020

Evenings at the cafe during colder seasons provide a place to study and explore.

Advisory Christmas parties

Social studies teacher Alicia Stewart and four of her advisees wear paper crowns while competing in a game Dec. 13. The game and crowns were in their Christmas crackers, a tradition in the Stewart advisory. photo by Katie Massman

by Katie Massman, Twitter Editor

December 20, 2019

Advisories celebrated Christmas together Dec. 13.

Gallery: Finals Week

DiFranco questions the accuracy of her math work Dec. 11. Although DiFranco and Hawley are in different classes, they always try to help each other with difficult concepts. photo by Sophia Durone

by Sophia Durone, Features Editor

December 19, 2019

Freshmen Aniston Faul, Olivia Hawley and Poppy DiFranco intently study for finals week Dec. 11.