Kennedy Ray

Kennedy Ray, Editor in Chief

Kennedy is a senior at White Station High School, a third-year staff member, and the Editor in Chief. She has formerly served as the staff's Business Manager. Her passions include dancing, singing, acting, and anything that has to do with music. She is a member of White Station's Junior Classical League, the Advanced Honors Orchestra, and WSHS E-Board, and she attends Stax Music Academy after school. Kennedy aspires to work in the entertainment business as a career musician/songwriter. She is very excited to be on staff again!!

 

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The cover art for Robert Roaten (12) and  Rami Johnson’s (12) podcast, “On the Prowl.” The podcast focuses on local and national sports with an emphasis on basketball and football.

Two boys on the prowl

Kennedy Ray, Editor in Chief
April 8, 2020
Zoe Spikner (12) models for her jewelry business, Elitz Collection. She began the business in her junior year with the help of her entrepreneur father and family.

The glitz and glam of Elitz

Kennedy Ray, Editor in Chief
April 8, 2020

A unique senior season cut short

Kennedy Ray, Editor in Chief
April 8, 2020
Trinity Chism (12) kneels to belt out her solo in Key of Shes arrangement of Love on the Brain by Rihanna. The female a capella group performed at Briarcrest Christian Schools A Capella Invitational in January.

How Ms. Most Talented came to be

Kennedy Ray, Editor in Chief
April 8, 2020

Dear Rising Senior

Kennedy Ray, Editor in Chief
April 8, 2020
A recap of the music of 2019

A recap of the music of 2019

Kennedy Ray, Editor in Chief
December 18, 2019
The White Station Orchstras gained a new student teacher this year, Matthew Finley. A not-so-distant graduate of Overton High School, he is earning his education degree at the University of Memphis.

Orchestra gets a helping hand

Kennedy Ray, Editor in Chief
October 23, 2019
DECA represented themselves at the Fall Festival this year. They sold merchandise and refreshments to help fund their may competitions and trips throughout the year, as well as to just generally promote themselves.

Run for Sparta 2k19

Kennedy Ray, Editor in Chief
October 22, 2019
Jonathan Reese (12) is up to bat at the University of Memphis’s FedExPark on a sunny March afternoon. This particular game ended at 10-2 in favor of the Spartans. The defeat of the Megis County Tigers was the first victory of the newly-begun baseball season.

Batter up, it’s baseball time!

Kennedy Ray, Editor in Chief
September 12, 2019
Allyson Smith (12) performs her speech, “My Identity in a Town That Don’t Like Me No More,” at the Tami Sawyer Rally.

Smith and the art of spoken word

Kennedy Ray, Editor in Chief
September 12, 2019
A recap of the music of 2018

A recap of the music of 2018

Kennedy Ray, Business Manager
December 18, 2018
Thirteen members of the Executive Board casually gather and break bread together in celebration of Friendsgiving.  The annual event was hosted by Commissioner of Publicity Kennedy Ray (11) and her family.

E-Board celebrates Friendsgiving

Kennedy Ray, Business Manager
November 24, 2018
A depiction of Travis Scott’s “Astroworld,” originally hand-drawn by Hayden Thornton (11).

Astroworld: bop or flop?

Kennedy Ray, Business Manager
September 18, 2018
Spartan seniors gathered tonight for Senior Night, a college informational meeting. Steven Mizell, an admissions counselor, and Matt Rhodes, a financial aid officer, from the University of Memphis spoke to students and parents about the college application process.

Senior night at the Station

Kennedy Ray, Business Manager
September 16, 2018
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