KO meets NYC

On Saturday, Dec. 10, KO theater students were given the exciting opportunity to spend the day in New York City to see the Broadway show “1776,” just a few weeks shy of its closing. Additionally, they learned key lessons about our country’s past by visiting the African Burial Ground National Monument. Leaving KO early in […]

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AOTM: Maggie Dwyer

Have you ever heard of the term “right-brain” versus “left-brain” thinkers? Our society has deemed that there are those “right-brained” individuals who are creative, being more adept in the humanities, and then the “left-brained” individuals who are on the logical side, being more skilled in the STEM field. Senior Maggie Dwyer uses her art to […]

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AOTM: Eve Repp

“For me, art is so therapeutic,” said senior Eve Repp. “I can just relax and get in the state, kind of like meditation.” For as long as she can remember, art has been one of Eve’s biggest passions. Whether it be with graphite, acrylic paint, or simply pen or pencil, Eve has found lots of […]

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