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Lessons From STA

Lessons From STA

by Anna Massman, Feature Editor May 17, 2024

This season has allowed me to reflect on the lessons STA has taught me over the course of my time here, and what makes this school so special to so many people. An education from STA surpasses a typical...

4 Things in Four Years

4 Things in Four Years

by Ellie McManamy, Social Media Editor May 17, 2024

For quite some time now, I’ve understood what it feels like to experience the inevitable “senioritis.” Nearly every senior I’ve spoken to feels overwhelmed with responsibilities and lacking drive...

Much Ado About Farewells

Much Ado About Farewells

by Tierney Flavin, Editor in Chief May 17, 2024

It was a typical Thursday evening in my house. Winter break had just ended and my mom and I were headed to Jalapenos to celebrate the completion of my final college application. All was well until we turned...

Back To The Future?

Back To The Future?

by Dianne Haake, Lifestyle Editor May 7, 2024

Like so many others, I've often flirted with the idea of living in a time other than my own. I think everyone has had those brief moments envisioning what their lives would be like had they been around...

A Living Lens

A Living Lens

by Ellie McManamy, Social Media Editor March 25, 2024

Since the Christmas I was given my little yellow camera, I’ve felt the inclination to document every waking moment of my life. I was the child reprimanded for constantly recording, the friend always...

My Love of Layovers

by Lauren Rando, Staff Writer March 5, 2024

     3 A.M. wake ups, hours-long security lines, waiting to board for what seems like hours, long layovers, so many people around that it’s impossible to even hear you own thoughts; these are...

Screen to Page

Screen to Page

by Annie McShane, Editor-in-Chief February 9, 2024

As many of you loyal readers may remember from last year’s list of rom-com recommendations, I am somewhat of a rom-com connoisseur. But I am more than just a romance movie lover: I am also a romance...

How to Have a Haunted Halloween.

by Cassie Hallier, Staff Writer February 7, 2024

A shiver ran through my body, and I still can’t decide if it was due to the cold temperature or my nerves. I was waiting in line to experience the Kansas City classic, Edge of Hell. Having never been...

Silver and Gold

Silver and Gold

by Cassie Hallier, Staff Writer February 7, 2024

It was Christmas, 2021. Wrapping paper littered the living room, all the presents had been opened, and it was stocking time. As the youngest, I patiently waited for my turn. I was always last. This Christmas...

Kansas City, Here I Come!

Kansas City, Here I Come!

by Stella Baska, Staff Writer February 7, 2024

"I just can't wait to get out of Missouri," one of my friends said as we talked about our futures. I frowned: What is wrong with Missouri?  The ironic thing about this statement was that we were at the...

Sniffing out Snubs

Sniffing out Snubs

by Tierney Flavin, Editor-in-Chief February 7, 2024

On Jan 5, my life was permanently altered by a film that transcended the likes of any movie I had ever seen. And I watch a lot of films. I chose to go with my good friend to see “The Iron Claw” in...

Right on Target

by Ellie McManamy, Social Media Editor January 17, 2024

Being in an all-girls academic setting for the first time can be a stark contrast from the coed grade school environment we spent our early years in. It requires a large amount of adaptability and courage,...

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