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An Insight on German Club

The amazing friends people find in their years of high school have come from many different opportunities provided by the school. This includes many clubs, such as German Club. Connor Willis(Junior) said, “I’m just in love with it. I love German club. The people who are in German club, we’ve been

Christmas Traditions in KC

From the Plaza lights and the Mayor’s Christmas Tree to ice skating in Crown Center, Kansas City is filled with holiday traditions that have been celebrated by locals for decades. During this wonderful time of the year Kansas City is known for its plentiful holiday activities. With all the sights to

54th Street is a Go!

Walking in the restaurant of 54th Street in Zona Rosa was different compared to other more normal restaurants.  I wouldn’t call it breathtaking but very unique.   Right when you walk in your eyes go directly up, where any item you can think of hangs from the ceiling.  From a car,

A Must Sea Movie

How often is it that there’s an accurate fiction movie with culture at the heart of it? Not often, at least not that I’ve seen. That’s what I love so much about the Disney movie “Moana." Its strong female lead, culture and focus on family are what makes this such

Instructing Instrumentalist

Just look for the blue french horn. Andrea Stanton, a professional French horn player, has been giving private lessons to middle school through college students for over 15 years. She is currently a horn instructor at MidAmerica Nazarene University in Olathe, Kan. Stanton teaches private horn lessons in two locations;

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