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The emphasis on the Black Lives Matter movement has become stronger than ever and will continue to grow.

Bri Davis, Staff Writer

June 11, 2020

Moving further into 2020, the death of George Floyd caused by police officers has awakened the Black Lives Matter movement. For the past two weeks, protests have been spreading all over the world, from the United States all the way to Europe. The attached video shows how people all over the world are...

The best podcasts to listen to for people who don’t listen to podcasts

Podcasts are a great way to learn, relax or laugh. If you find yourself with nothing else to do, choose one of these five and find out what you’ve been missing.

Emma Caplinger, Entertainment Editor

May 7, 2020

If you’re not listening to podcasts yet, you’re missing out. Since their creation 16 years ago, podcasts have only increased in popularity, and for good reason. Having something interesting to listen to can make even the most boring tasks bearable. So, next time your mom yells at you for not doing ...

Guess the teacher by their senior picture

Teachers Chris Johnson, Kim Hanan-West and Tommie Rowe share their senior photos with other faculty members.

Susie Seidel, Convergence Media Editor

May 4, 2020

In light of senior year being cut too short for the class of 2020, faculty members have commemorated their own senior year by sharing pictures, memories and advice. As many teachers reflected, it is not the events, grades or superficial things that make for a great senior year. The things that are most ...

And that’s the (bubble) tea, sis

Seniors Nayeon Ryu and Angie Jia smile as they hold up their drinks from Share Sweet.

Nayeon Ryu, Video Editor

April 30, 2020

No, there aren’t any bubbles in bubble tea. There isn’t always tea either… Yet, the drink is traditionally made from tea, milk and tapioca “boba” pearls. Bubble tea, or boba, originated in Taiwan, but has expanded due to its increasing popularity. In this article, I will be reviewing six diff...

3. The Pathfinder: Bachelor Edition

The Pathfinder's most eligible bachelors pose, waiting for their dream date.

Kathryn McAuliffe, Carly Anderson, and Susie Seidel

February 13, 2020

Lonely hearts, have no fear! Celebrate this Valentine's day with one of our hunks! They’re always on the hunt for a story...storybook romance! The Pathfinder’s staff has no shortage of cuties (wink wink), so take a look and pick your Valentine. These are your sensational six, so get ready for a superb ...

Girls ‘Ace’ hearts for King of Hearts

Freshmen Ryan Feng and Hope Green smile with the KOH poster Green made.

Nayeon Ryu, Video Editor

January 24, 2020

Hope Green, 9 Who did you ask? Green: “Ryan Feng (Fenger Banger), and he’s a freshman.” How did you ask? “Originally, I just pulled him aside at a friend’s house and asked him, but then I decided to do it with a poster because it’d be more fun. I knew Ryan did debate, so I asked fri...

Top 5 unconventional vegan restaurants in St. Louis

Enjoying the sun on the outdoor patio at Lulu’s Local Eatery, senior Quinn Berry enjoys a vegan kale salad.

Carly Anderson, Conceptual Editor-in-Chief

September 3, 2019

Living in the midwest, it’s easy to assume that vegetarian or vegan food is hard to come by, and if you do find any, it’s going to be expensive. Luckily, for all you pessimists out there, that is not the case. Below I have ranked my top “off-the-beaten-path” vegan and vegetarian restaurants for ...

Pop Tart Taste Test

Sophomores Irene Yannakakis and Anna Pavlisin lay in the hallway deciding what Pop Tart flavor to try next.

Irene Yannakakis and Anna Pavlisin

December 14, 2018

1. Wildlicious Wild Berry (3/10) Moving along to our last place contender, the Wildlicious Wild Berry. Before trying this Pop Tart, we had high hopes because we were expecting a sweet berry flavor, but that is not at all what we got. The Pop Tart tasted similar to a sour grape flavor, so we were ...

The cheapest places to buy Homecoming dresses exposed

At last year’s Homecoming, juniors Anjali Shah and Ashley Chai sport their new dresses at Queeny Park. Chai bought her dress from <a href=Tobi.com for $24. “Tobi literally has the same dresses every year, so finding a dress I like for an affordable price [is the most difficult thing about Homecoming],” Chai said. “I look for websites that aren’t sketchy and brands I know I can trust.”" />

Nayeon Ryu, Staff Writer

September 21, 2018

From events like spirit week, Powder Puff, the pep rally, Taste of West, the parade and football game, Homecoming is a jam-packed time for students, parents and faculty. While this can be the most exciting week of the year, it can also be the most stressful, due to dress shopping. To help alleviate som...

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