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Youth for Refugees holds second Closet Cleanout for Kansas City International Academy

Youth for Refugees holds second Closet Cleanout for Kansas City International Academy

Annika Lehan, JAG editor-in-chief

March 8, 2019


Filed under NEWS

Youth for Refugees volunteered at the Kansas City International Academy for their second Closet Cleanout on Wednesday, March 6. While there, club members organized previously donated clothing based on elementary school sizes, middle school sizes and gender. According to club president senior A...

Junior Shanu Kaushal faces challenges in balancing two cultures

Junior Shanu Kaushal faces challenges in balancing two cultures

Lauren Ocker, JAG Reporter

November 1, 2016


Filed under Define Yourself, Special coverage

Being brought up by two Indian parents while living in Kansas has been difficult for junior Shanu Kaushal as she tries to balance both Indian and American cultures in her school and home life. During her upbringing, Shanu learned the language of Punjabi, the Hindu religion and the principles of the ...

Bilingual senior acts as a translator for her parents

Bilingual senior acts as a translator for her parents

Jason Chen and Sarah Myers

September 21, 2015


Filed under FEATURES

In the kitchen with her parents by her side, senior T-Ying Lin sits, listening to the hold music that’s been playing through her phone for the last 30 minutes. In front of her, insurance cards, bills, and records lay sprawled across the table. When the hold music stops and the representative from her fami...

Keeping Up With the boring reality shows?

Austin Gillespie, a&e editor

September 21, 2011


Filed under BLOGS

If your name doesn’t start with a ‘Kardash’ and end with an ‘ian,’ get off my television. In no way do I intend to sound like one of those paparazzi-turned-stalkers, but at least Keeping Up With the Kardashians is entertaining, un like some other reality television shows I’ve seen recently...

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