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Sixth grader Hattie speaks on her experiences as an Asian-American youth and calls the community to action  March 28. Hattie spoke on her experiences of hate in her everyday life.

Cafe Cà Phê : “Stop Asian American Hate Kansas City”

by Claire Smith, Editor-in-Chief March 29, 2021
Cafe Cà Phê hosted a vigil on March 28 for the victims of the Atlanta shooting that occurred on March 16 of six Asian-American women.
Sophomore Maggie Reintjes guards junior Grace Uecker during a varsity lacrosse practice drill March 10. A command was yelled by one of the coaches giving the players instructions as the offensive players tried to move towards the lacrosse goal.

Gallery: Spring Sport Practice

by Lauren Brackney, Social Media Team March 12, 2021
Sophomore Maggie Reintjes guards junior Grace Uecker during a varsity lacrosse practice drill March 10. A command was yelled by one of the coaches giving the players instructions as the offensive players tried to move towards the lacrosse goal.
 Watts gives Winston a belly rub in the Quad March 3. According to Watts, she wanted a French bulldog for a very long time before getting Winston, but had to be careful about where she adopted him because of concerns of health issues. photo by Carmon Baker

Photo Essay: Teacher’s Pet

by Carmon Baker, Web Editor March 12, 2021
A look at teachers' animals, from dogs to cats to rabbits.
A group of seniors pose for a photo in front of the Star Shop Jan. 28. After taking a photo, students were asked to disinfect the camera to maintain COVID-19 precautions.

Gallery: Disposable Camera

by Carmon Baker, Web Editor February 19, 2021
A look inside the everyday lives of STA students.
Two workers at Vetro Vixen, a retro themed store on 39th street, wear pink wigs and dresses in preparation for the holiday Jan. 28. Pink is thought to have a calming effect, and one shade known as

Gallery: Valentines Day

by Sydney Waldron, Design Editor February 12, 2021
According to the National Retail Foundation, Americans spent over $20 billion on Valentine's Day gifts in 2019, and were expected to spend $27.4 billion for 2020, including $2.4 billion on just candy.
Junior Caroline Carter, left, and senior Merideth O'donnell, right, pose in the entrance of Goppert Center Feb. 2. The theme on Tuesday was

Gallery: Catholic School’s Week

by Katie Massman, Dart Sports editor February 10, 2021
Many days were Chief themed to get students excited about the upcoming Super Bowl
Sophomores, from left, Teresa Elfrink, Stella Hughes and Lucy Doerflinger pause as a car passes in front of a brightly lit house Dec. 13. The street alongside these light displays was packed with cars eager to spend a night of light-watching. photo by Mara Callahan

Holiday Lights Gallery

by Mara Callahan, Lifestyles Editor December 24, 2020

Senior Lauren Kasyjanski pulls herself through the water in the 100 yard butterfly at the Red Bridge YMCA Dec. Kansyjanski swam for STA her freshman and sophomore year, and came back to finish out her senior year with the team. photo by Sydney Allen

Swim Team Gallery

by Sydney Allen, Photo Editor December 21, 2020

Junior Sophia Beshoner wears a vending machine costume Oct. 30. Beshoner created the costume out of household items, with the help of her mom. photo by Katie Massman

Advisory Halloween Parties

by Katie Massman, Dart Sports editor November 2, 2020
Advisories celebrate Halloween together Oct. 30
Senior Izzy Bryars wearing a pair of her Doc Martens Sept. 30. Bryars said she likes the shoes because they remind her of old school girl shoes and loves to wear them with curly white socks. photo by Josie Fox

Fall Fashion Gallery

by Josie Fox, Opinion Editor November 2, 2020

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.

Welcome to Urban Mining

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.
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