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Margaux Renee

Margaux Renee, Editor-in-Chief

Hi! I’m Margaux Renee and it’s shocking that this is the last time I will ever get to update my staff biography for the Dart. Last time I checked, I was still a freshman in journalism trying to figure out how to even log onto a newspaper computer. Somehow, three years have now passed and I’ve fallen in love with journalism. I am a co-Editor-in-Chief this year, along with Gabby Staker and Julia Kerrigan—two of the most brilliant and kind-hearted young women you will ever meet. As for me, lately my hobbies have included stressing about college and...not much else. Regardless of where I go, I plan to study journalism and that’s solely because of my time here on the Dart. I truly believe that there is nothing more powerful than a group of young women telling stories from our perspective and making our voices heard. I hope you enjoy reading the Dart (or just looking at the pictures) and please don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions you may have!

All content by Margaux Renee
The newly built Music and Arts Building in 1911. The M&A Building was the only building on STA’s campus at the time. photo courtesy of the Kansas City Public Library

STA’s Land History

November 27, 2018
Issue Seven Promo

Issue Seven Promo

March 28, 2018
Seniors used multiple study books to prepare for the exam, including the lost short answer portion. photo by Margaux Renee

AP loses seniors’ exams

September 2, 2016
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