Arsenic and Old Lace

Elizabeth Simoneau

November 6, 2017

Filed under Art of the Irish, Arts & Entertainment, Clubs and Activities, Entertainment, News, Student Life, Student Life

Elizabeth Simoneau Everyone who has auditioned for theatre knows the nerves and passion for different roles. “I don’t think of auditioning as actually auditioning, I think of it as I’ve already gotten that role, that I’ve...

Hardcore Swiftie or Vouch for Yeezy?

Julianna Saah and Zoe Mader, Staff Writer

November 6, 2017

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Entertainment, News, Opinion, Student Life

MTV’s Video Music Award Show of 2009 would be swept under the rug like all the others if it wasn’t for Kanye West and his controversy loving self. After Taylor Swift had taken the title of Best Female Video for her hit, “You...

The Hamilton Mixtape: An Undeniable Work of Art

Conor Metz

December 12, 2016

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Entertainment

A world-famous pianist from North Carolina, a Somali-Canadian rapper, an Australian pop icon, a country music idol, and a hip-hop newcomer from the South Side of Chicago come together to record the life story of an American founding-father...

Frank Ocean returns

Frank Ocean returns

November 29, 2016

12 Angry Jurors

March 10, 2016

Little Shop of Amazing

Caleb McLaughlin

January 11, 2016

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Clubs and Activities, Student Life

Between November 20th and 22nd, the KCHS Drama Department put on a resounding four performances of the charming musical Little Shop of Horrors. The toe-tapping story followed the falling in love of a bumbling botanist, Seymou...

A reason to read

A reason to read

September 14, 2015

Seniors Share their Opinion on Prom

Stevie Turski, Staff

May 6, 2015

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Catholic Life & Service, Entertainment, Uncategorized

This year’s prom was held at the Capitol Theatre in Maryville on Friday April 24th. The theme was “Bright lights, Big city”. “The venue was so cool and set up very nicely. I was really impressed,” said senior Mel...