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  • Locker clean-out is today, May 22, from 1:43 p.m. to 1:52 p.m.

  • 2/3 hour finals Tues., 4/5 hour finals Wed., 6/7 hour finals Thurs., good luck everyone!

  • Congratulations to the new student body co-presidents Alec Zhou and Sarah Bonnett.

  • Congratulations to the boys' and girls' track teams for placing 3rd at District 2 Championships.

Alternative things to do in St. Louis

Alternative things to do in St. Louis

Justin Cupps, Dani Fischer, and Sydney Kinzy
February 1, 2017 • 611 views
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Interesting, out of the way places to go in St. Louis because really, how many times can you visit the Arch?

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Leslie Seay overcomes the struggles of being fluid

Leslie Seay overcomes the struggles of being fluid

Tony Morse, Convergent Media Writer
January 31, 2017 • 564 views
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Freshman Leslie Seay is a girl, boy, both, and none at the same time. In other words, Seay is genderfluid, a gender identification where the individual feels as though their gender is constantly changing.

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Junior Tavion Hamilton takes his tunes public

Junior Tavion Hamilton takes his tunes public

Sophia Ferretti, Convergent Media Writer
January 30, 2017 • 403 views
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With music in his genes, junior Tavion Hamilton is currently working on his first official mixtape and extended play. As a growing musical artist, Hamilton looked up to a lot of legends such as Prince, Michael Jackson, James Brown, Elvis, and Bob Marley because he hopes to someday be in the same place...

Sophomore Kristina Humphrey explains what it’s like to be a greek dancer

Sophomore Kristina Humphrey explains what it’s like to be a greek dancer

Hannah Rushing, Convergent Media Writer
January 27, 2017 • 1,054 views
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Although school activities like orchestra, debate, theater and improv take up a great amount of sophomore Kristina Humphrey’s time, she makes an effort to be involved outside of school in Greek dance as well. Since she was able to walk, Humphrey has participated in Greek dance at her congregation,...

Throwback Thursday: Chris Narishkin

Throwback Thursday: Chris Narishkin

Tyler Hannegan, Staff Writer
January 26, 2017 • 277 views
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Pathfinder: Tell me about a teacher or adult that has a big impact on your life. Narishkin: Mrs. Klevens is the adult that had the biggest impact because she has taught me how to improve my writing skills, which will help me as an engineer. That was one your happiest memories? The feeling...

Freshman Jordan Russell overcomes obstacles from growth and development disorders

Freshman Jordan Russell overcomes obstacles from growth and development disorders

Grace Frost, Convergent Media Writer
January 23, 2017 • 2,937 views
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Standing at 4’5”, freshman Jordan Russell is noticeably shorter than her peers. Russell was born with a rare disease called Russell Silver Syndrome. It is a growth disorder, which means she has a difficult time growing at the expected rate. Many times children with this condition can have asymmetric...

Students and teachers travel out of country during winter break

Students and teachers travel out of country during winter break

Gabby Leon, Staff Writer
January 20, 2017 • 278 views
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“We sat on the beach. We weren’t going there to experience the culture since it was a short trip, and we were exhausted. We got up early, ate breakfast and sat and walked on the beach. No significant others, no children, just three teachers,” Collins said.

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2016 in review

2016 in review

Hannah Hoffmann, Technical Design Editor-in-Chief
January 14, 2017 • 152 views
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Out of all of the questions brought into the light over the course of 2016, one such inquiry resounded with the current generation more so than others. Could things get worse? The year, overwhelmingly regarded in pop culture as a low point, ushered in a high number of celebrity deaths, political strife,...

Most popular stories of 2016

Most popular stories of 2016

Emily Dickson, Conceptual Editor in Chief
December 31, 2016 • 1,201 views
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The Pathfinder Staff reflects on the most viewed stories in 2016, from political editorials, to student talking points.

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What is it like to be me?

What is it like to be me?

Katie Spillman, Convergent Media Writer
December 22, 2016 • 1,272 views
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The hardest part of coming out is all the time before coming out because you're nervous, and you have no idea what's going to happen.

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