Pathfinder

Freshman Paige Schnarr, equipped with her Longhorns mask, documents her bus ride to school. Bus riders sat one person per row and alternated between the left and right seats to maintain distance. “I was doing well with online learning, but for me, if I’m not in the classroom, then I feel like I don’t get as much done,” Schnarr said.
A look into students’ decision to stay home or return to school
Emily Early, Staff Writer • 4 days ago

The decision all students had to make: stay home or return to school. Whether behind a screen or behind a mask, for the first time in recent history, students have had a say in the environment from which they will learn from. The Parkway Board of Education decided Oct. 7 to return to school for the...

Modeling their SunnyD hoodies and T-shirt, sophomores Ethan Deulca, Chris Roy, Basil Metroulas, Patrick Chen, Chris Woodcock, Shiv Sharma, Jake Rushing and Jack Maniaci advertise a beloved childhood beverage. “[Sunny-D] is a very nostalgic drink for me. I remember going out to my fridge and getting a refreshing bottle of Sunny-D when I was little,” Rushing said.
What does the D stand for? Sophomores strike a deal with SunnyD
Makinsey Drake, Staff Writer • November 9, 2020

Thanks to a $10 for 10 deal at a local Dierbergs, sophomores Patrick Chen, Ethan Deluca, Nick Malchanav, Jack Manicai, Basil Metroulas, Andrew Navazhylau, Chris Roy, Jake Rushing, Shiv Sharma, Aidan Stillman and Chris Woodcock received recognition, publicity and free merchandise from the tangy orange...

Kicking the ball deep into the end zone, senior Matt Cosgrove sends his team’s opponent, Webster Groves, back. Cosgrove started kicking for the team after his spring volleyball season was canceled last year. “I didn’t think we were going to have any games because I thought they would all be canceled due to COVID, but then we did, and I was excited,” Cosgrove said.
Matt Cosgrove: from Division I volleyball player to football kicker
Alli VanValkenburgh, Staff Writer • November 4, 2020

After missing his spring volleyball season, senior Matt Cosgrove took on the position of kicker for the football team.  Cosgrove fractured his hip his freshman year going...

The Nalbandian Nosh: November review

Mira Nalbandian, Entertainment Editor
November 10, 2020

Welcome to the first edition of the Nalbandian Nosh, our very own father-daughter monthly food review. In our family, good food is very important. My dad has been tirelessly...

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Podcast: COVID-19 and America’s teacher crisis

Podcast: COVID-19 and America’s teacher crisis

July 29, 2020

A senior year cut short: seniors reflect on activities getting canceled

A senior year cut short: seniors reflect on activities getting canceled

April 23, 2020

QUIZ: Which places in the school correspond with these haikus?

QUIZ: Which places in the school correspond with these haikus?

April 8, 2020

Two truths and a lie: Teacher edition

Two truths and a lie: Teacher edition

March 27, 2020

Why do we still need Black History Month?

Why do we still need Black History Month?

March 3, 2020

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Busy culture is killing us

Busy culture is killing us

PIVOT: Arts education in action

PIVOT: Arts education in action

Parkway Board of Education: We are disappointed

Parkway Board of Education: We are disappointed

Thin Blue Line or thinly-veiled racism?
The “poll” shebang: working the 2020 election

The “poll” shebang: working the 2020 election

November 16, 2020

Working as a safety coordinator for the election was hard work, but so enjoyable. I felt empowered to keep up with my job because I knew that I was helping the democratic process run smoother. I have gained a much greater appreciation for poll workers after having been one myself.

Voting is not enough

Voting is not enough

November 2, 2020

With the 2020 election, it is important to understand the limits of the ballot box and why it is necessary to expand our political imagination beyond voting to achieve liberation.

The conversation we need to have about 9/11

The conversation we need to have about 9/11

September 11, 2020

Carpe Diem, introverts

Carpe Diem, introverts

September 8, 2020

Black Lives Matter and how we can create change

Black Lives Matter and how we can create change

August 17, 2020

The killing of George Floyd will change society forever

The killing of George Floyd will change society forever

July 14, 2020

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