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Rachel Robinson

Rachel Robinson, Editor-in-Chief

Hi! I’m Rachel Robinson and I am the co-editor-in-chief of the Dart! I’m so excited to spend my last year here leading this incredible staff alongside my co-editor, Claire Smith. My favorite things to do for Dart are write columns and features and I'm hoping to do a lot of both this year. I’m a Virgo, INFJ, and Enneagram 6 and as you can probably guess, I love personality tests and astrology. My other passions include music, iced coffee, good books and of course, journalism. I’ve wanted to be a journalist since I was in 7th grade and my two years on the Dart have only made me love it more. I’m so excited to make this year the best yet, and report the latest STA news!

 

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Senior Liv Collet and music teacher Steve Perry go over the sheet music at the front of the auditorium in the Music and Arts building Feb. 24. Together, they had worked on the parts of the song that Collet had questions on. photo by Ali Madden

Choir gets creative

March 24, 2021
Union Station, located in downtown Kansas City, displays their love for the Chiefs on the outside of the building Jan. 29. A banner in the middle reads Run It Back, a now popular slogan amongst Chiefs fans.

The Face of the NFL

February 11, 2021
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

September 18, 2020
STA students (from left to right) Amy Schaffer, Molly Langdon and Kailee Ford hold signs provided by the Sunrise Movement. Dec 6 Four speakers spoke to the protesters, and songs were sung regarding the legislative change that needs to happen sooner rather than later. photo by Claire Smith

Climate Strike Gallery

December 10, 2019
Junior Grace Patenaude smiles during the finale Nov. 5. Patenaude played King Sextimus, a character who did not have lines until the last number. photo by Katie Massman

Talent over gender

December 2, 2019
Freshman Ava Kugler draws stars on her advisorys chalk drawing Aug. 29. Freshman wore their STA spirit wear for the first day of Frosh Fest. photo by Rachel Robinson

Gallery: Frosh Fest

September 6, 2018
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