Emily Dickson, Conceptual Editor in Chief
Cruz, who trails Donald Trump by less than 100 delegates, will address the community from the main gym.
Freshman Tony Morse is a huge alternative music fan and absolutely loves animals. He is a boy full of hopes and dreams of fully transforming into his true self. The only difference separating him from his peers is that Morse came out as transgender in March 2014. “I wasn’t exactly happy as a girl, but when I came out as Tony, I felt a lot better since I could be a boy not only on the inside...
When hard work, dedication and teamwork come together, the record speaks for itself, and it did 20-5. All the players are thinking about is one word; playoffs.
“Scrappier and punkier” than ever, experimental rock band Bear Hands is back with their third LP, You’ll Pay For This. While it isn’t very “punk-y” per say, the album is well composed for such an unbridled style of music.
In the eyes of health teachers, high school students in Drug Free programs are role models for younger students on how to live a healthy lifestyle—for the most part.
On Sunday Oct. 2, Superintendent Keith Marty sent out an email blast informing parents of a potential security threat related to the national "creepy clown" scares. Throughout the United States, there have been sightings of creepy clowns trying to lure children into dangerous situations. Local sightings include Jefferson County and Granite City according to KMOX. Multiple schools in St. Louis C...
Juniors petition to prevent transfer students from returning to their home district of Riverview Gardens district.
Five senior men. 2 weeks 'til Valentine's Day. Make sure to secure yourself a date with one of Parkway West's most eligible bachelors.
Circle 7, owned and operated by two West families, the Ferretti’s and the Coy’s, collaborated with the school in a burger battle competition, an inter-grade contest in which each class designs and sells a gourmet burger at Circle 7. The contest formally begins on Sept. 7, and anyone can support their grade in the burger battle. One dollar from every burger purchased will benefit each par...
Beyond the job requirements of assistant principal, the award seeks to honor a person who makes a substantial and outstanding contribution to the school community.
Religion’s presence in public school cannot be denied, but its implications are vast and often overlooked. Is West still an environment where students are allowed to freely speak their minds, or does discussing religion hinder educational advancement? In a public school where tolerance is the norm, five students, all of different belief systems, divulge how their religious and moral practices implement...
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Read up on the most eligible Longhorn Bachelors: the junior edition.
New Year’s resolutions of health and healing may be popular, but for sophomores Andrew Eickmann and Kyle Crews, they have become particularly applicable due to an accident in the last days of 2015.