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Many students have been using Zoom for the past school year.
How virtual learning has affected the mental health of students
Emma Iswarienko, Staff Writer • 2 days ago

For the past couple of months, students and teachers alike have been on Zoom calls for most of their days. Sitting in front of a computer all day can be taxing on mental health. On the other hand, the online environment can also help students who may get anxious in public places or those who have an...

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Club guide
December 18, 2020
Coloring a portrait, freshman Rachel Thomson sits at her desk. Thomson’s mother, an artist, is her biggest influence. “She’s encouraged me to keep going from the beginning. I wasn’t that good when I first started, but I’m lucky she encouraged me to keep at it. I think if she didn’t support me, I would have stopped drawing a long time ago,” Thomson said.
Freshman artist Rachel Thomson illustrates change
Emily Early, Staff Writer • January 11, 2021

Starting with a rough sketch of her subject, freshman Rachel Thomson moves to coloring each facial feature and finishing with the background illustration of the drawing. Thomson has been creating colored pencil portraits for almost three years, and recently completed a drawing of a role model of...

Led by head coach Bob Kittner, sophomore Cate Adler (wing-back) and her team take the 2020 State Championship Cup. Numbering all of their appearances at State, Adler
Sophomore Cate Adler and the Red Devils: Fourth-year as State Champs, first year with COVID-19
Makinsey Drake, Staff Writer • December 22, 2020

Advancing to the United States Youth Soccer [USYS] MO State Cup Championship game, sophomore Cate Adler and the Sporting ‘04 Red Devils are fixed on taking the victory as...

Fall sports teams persevere in the face of canceled practices, games and entire seasons as the season comes to a conclusion.
Fall Sports Recap
November 15, 2020
ABC’s of COVID

Elle Rotter and Emily Early
January 8, 2021

During quarantine, most made changes in their daily life and found new ways to keep themselves content at home. Read about how students made the best of it and what their...

Our favorite songs of 2020

Pathfinder Staff
December 31, 2020

Nalbandian Nosh: December review

Mira Nalbandian, Entertainment Editor
December 21, 2020

It’s Not Black and White: Introduction

Maya Loy

The hosts of It’s Not Black and White, seniors Zoe DeYoung and Bri Davis.

Quiz: Which editor are you?

Quiz: Which editor are you?

September 15, 2020

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

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It’s not just 2020
Activism is not a performance. Take real actions.

Activism is not a performance. Take real actions.

The importance of being thankful during COVID-19

The importance of being thankful during COVID-19

Busy culture is killing us

Busy culture is killing us

The word “people” comes first in the term “people of color”
Under the radar: Five global issues we aren’t talking about

Under the radar: Five global issues we aren’t talking about

November 30, 2020

Thin Blue Line or thinly-veiled racism?

Thin Blue Line or thinly-veiled racism?

November 23, 2020

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

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The Official Student News Site of Parkway West High
The Official Student News Site of Parkway West High