Netflix’s ‘Lupin’ Impresses with Intriguing Characters and a Gripping Storyline

With several distinct characters, “Lupin” creates a realistic story that keeps the audience entertained. From the main character imitating a famous gentleman thief to the corrupt police chief with guilt about the results of his actions, “Lupin’s” three-dimensional story compels viewers to finish the five episodes all in one sitting. But the one problem I […]

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‘Donda’: Unfinished Opus

“Donda” is Kanye West’s 10th studio album, named after his late mother, Donda West. The album is approximately two hours long, and features 27 songs, with the last four added after the album’s initial release as add-ons to the previous songs.  The album was released after Kanye’s divorce from Kim Kardashian, and is full of […]

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Recording a new narrative

Due to the restrictions COVID-19 protocols have placed on the performing arts, KO’s select choral groups, Outlook and Voce, have had to adapt immensely. Instead of hosting their typical in-person concerts, this year, the students and staff recorded their performances to share with the KO community. Voce and Outlook Director David Baker and creative arts […]

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Artist of the month: Caroline Boardman

Junior Caroline Boardman is an avid painter, having produced numerous works during her years at KO. Although she is experienced in many mediums, Caroline prefers to focus on painting, usually using acrylics; however, she has recently been working on several pieces using other tools, such as colored pencil, in order to expand her horizons. Caroline […]

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Felix’s artistic journey

Senior Felix Fei is a fast learning, creative artist. Having begun his work in KO’s arts department in his sophomore year, Felix has grown as an artist and has begun to focus on digital art in particular.  Despite the great success Felix has found, he wasn’t always a confident creator. “I didn’t consider myself a […]

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