The student news site of St. Teresa's Academy

DartNewsOnline

The student news site of St. Teresa's Academy

DartNewsOnline

The student news site of St. Teresa's Academy

DartNewsOnline

Midnights Mayhem

by Annie McShane, Design and Copy Editor November 29, 2022
As the self-proclaimed biggest Taylor Swift fan, or Swiftie, at STA, I am here to provide an honest and trustworthy review of her new album, “Midnights.”

Does STA Offer Safe Spaces For a Diverse Student Body?

by Caroline Hinkebein, Features Editor November 8, 2022
“STA values and embraces a racially, culturally, ethnically, geographically, and economically diverse student body and school community.”
The Listening Station at Mills Record Company gives customers the chance to preview their albums before purchasing Oct. 17, 2022. photo by Sarah Schwaller

Music Methods

by Sarah Schwaller, Staff Writer October 31, 2022

Music has developed throughout history, and some styles are representative of entire time periods and culture; this is the same for the way that people listened to music. Starting with the music box, and...

Literal Literacy Obsession

Literal Literacy Obsession

by Anna Cucar, Photo Editor October 31, 2022

"It matters not what someone is born, but what they grow to be,” Albus Dumbledore said in the “Harry Potter” series. From my childhood to adolescence, the “Harry Potter” series is something that...

My Pumpkin Pie Passion

My Pumpkin Pie Passion

by Maya Tule, Staff Writer October 24, 2022
  Pumpkin pie. In my opinion, it is the best pie. It's full of flavor and has such a nice texture to it.  Every bite is a perfect one and there is no debate about it. It's also the perfect pie and desert for the fall and Thanksgiving season. 
The One Where I Convince You To Watch Friends

The One Where I Convince You To Watch “Friends”

by Chloe Denk, Web Editor October 24, 2022
“Friends” undoubtedly revolves around sticking together in the face of difficulties, and giving or receiving a laugh when the going gets tough.
 Store windows are filled with people enjoying their ice cream.

How it Stacks Up

by Olivia Cooper, Staff Writer October 10, 2022

The Scoop in Martin City: The Scoop is located in Martin City and is linked to Martin City Pizza and the Coast to Coast Pub. While The Scoop is farther from STA, I can say it is well worth the trip. They...

My Summer as a Camp Counselor

My Summer as a Camp Counselor

by Ellie Buttell, Opinions Editor September 16, 2022

On May 25, I left Kansas City on a plane, knowing I wouldn’t return until July 2. I’ve spent my summers at camp every year since I was 6, but I had never been gone for six weeks before. There was another...

Never Too Matcha

Never Too Matcha

by Ellie McManamy, Social Media Team September 15, 2022

Two years ago, I tried my first matcha. If I’m being honest, I was not immediately obsessed; it took awhile to grow on me. However, after a couple coffee shop visits and at-home barista attempts, my...

My Daily Escape

My Daily Escape

by Lina Kilgore, News and Sports Editor September 14, 2022
Any time I have a sliver of free time, my mind starts to shuffle the infinite amount of movies on my must-watch list in order to decide which world I want to escape to at that moment.
Being Real

Being Real

by Jasmine Cervantes, Staff Writer September 14, 2022

“2 min left to capture a BeReal and see what your friends are up to!”      Every day since early June, I have been waiting patiently for that notification to pop up. Most of the time, my BeReals...

Perfectly Pink

Perfectly Pink

by Megan Turley, Facebook Editor April 11, 2022

When I was a kid, pink was my enemy. It signified my one true flaw: being born a girl. Since I had the unfortunate fate of being a girl, I was viewed by everybody around me as naturally kinder, weaker,...

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