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25 reasons to appreciate West

25 reasons to appreciate West

Allison Wright, Staff Writer

March 31, 2014


Filed under features, showcase

1. “Everyone loves Dr. Mitchell.” - Brian Roskamp, 12 2. “When we win a football game, we storm the field.” - Michael Lanham, 12 3. “Hand wall art in the cafeteria for seniors.” - Nina Elsperman, 12 4. “Music in lunch on Fridays.” - Maret Welby, 10 5. “Glow dance!” - Libby...

St. Louis Spotlight: oh the places you should go

St. Louis Spotlight: oh the places you should go

Macky Kavanaugh, Staff Writer

March 31, 2014


Filed under features, showcase

Get out of town, to beautiful Saint Louis! Break the weekly routine of staying in West County and venture out to some of Missouri’s exciting locations. The Loop 6504 Delmar Blvd, St Louis, MO 63130 Bursting with energetic vibes and adventure, The Loop is a six block shopping center full of live music, restaurants and unique stores. S...

Missouri considers passing anti-gay bill to protect religious freedom

Missouri considers passing anti-gay bill to protect religious freedom

Marisa Drajeske, Staff Writer

March 31, 2014


Filed under editorials

Missouri senator Wayne Wallingford has proposed a bill that would allow business owners to refuse to cater to homosexual couples, using religious belief as a justification, and takes away a homosexual person’s ability to sue the company for doing so. This was inspired by a similar bill proposed in...

Missing out on Mr. Longhorn

Missing out on Mr. Longhorn

Eileen Tully, Staff Writer

March 28, 2014


Filed under editorials

For the past two years, the senior boys have provided the West community with one of the most exhilarating events of the year: Mr. Longhorn. Mr. Longhorn is essentially a male beauty pageant that allows the senior boys to strut their stuff one final time on the theatre stage. However, this year, the...

Reading between the lines in Piano

Reading between the lines in Piano

Kathryn Harter, Staff Writer

March 28, 2014


Filed under snapshot

Senior James Eason and sophomore Luke Christensen play intensely in Piano class. In the class, students work on music pieces independently and then play for teacher, Eric Anthony, when they are ready. "Piano is awesome because at the beginning of the year I could not play an instrument well at all but...

Student Talking Point: Parties

Student Talking Point: Parties

Macky Kavanaugh, Staff Writer

March 28, 2014


Filed under features

Junior Macky Kavanaugh interviews students that do and do not go to parties about their counterparts.

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Shopping for Prom dresses!

Austin Oakes, Staff Writer

March 28, 2014


Filed under columns

“Divergent” review

A new love story.

Brittany Thompson, Staff Writer

March 26, 2014


Filed under A & E, movies

With Twilight movies coming  to a close, fans are searching for a new romance to drool over.  Although "Divergent" is listed as an action/adventure/sci-fi movie, there is a strong romantic element between the two main characters, Tobias Eaton and Beatrice Prior. There are five factions, which a...

The Neighbourhood plays the Pageant

The Neighbourhood plays the Pageant

Jacob Cupps, Staff Writer

March 25, 2014


Filed under A & E, music

Though it’s borderline fangirling to acknowledge, there’s something captivating about being within thirty feet of some of the American music industry’s most talented musicians — especially when those musicians are lead singer Jesse Rutherford, lead guitarist Jeremy Freedman, rhythm guitarist Za...

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