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LGBT Spotlight: New Rights

Freshman Quinn Licata sits in front of the mission statement for West High's GSA.

Nell Jaskowiak, Staff Writer

October 12, 2015

More than 200,000 people converged in downtown St. Louis to celebrate one of the largest PrideFests in the country on June 26-28.

Anonymous new Assange-type creates enthralling Twitter account

An artistic rendition of what the Anonymous author practices in his/her free time.

Jacob Cupps

August 20, 2015

"A social media mastermind has... taken the reigns of tradition into his/her own hands."

Sports cause a rise in overuse injuries

Sports cause a rise in overuse injuries

Sarah Burnham

May 18, 2015

With the Spring sports season at its peak, and with an increasing number of students playing sports year-round, student athletes are facing injuries that keep them from being able to compete in their sport.

The downside to racially diverse Emojis

The downside to racially diverse Emojis

Betsy Wait

May 4, 2015

Remember when you had to press the colon and the parentheses key to type a smiley face into an email or text?

Why SeaWorld should not be your vacation destination

Why SeaWorld should not be your vacation destination

Macky Kavanaugh

April 25, 2015

Seven reasons to skip the lines... and the Shamu Show... and SeaWorld altogether.

Education system stunts growth

Hussain Yasin listens to a lecture in his Geometry Class.

Liza Tarakanova

April 24, 2015

Tests, tests and more tests. Sitting in a crowded classroom, in a sullen school, forced to memorize hundreds of facts and listen to monotone lessons.

Students lose motivation as summer approaches

Students lose motivation as summer approaches

Sarah Burnham

April 24, 2015

Sick of hearing teachers tell you school doesn't end until you turn in your final? You aren't alone.

Vaccinations protect the safety of others

Vaccinations protect the safety of others

Liza Tarakanova, Staff Writer

April 5, 2015

Fever, runny nose, sore throat, bad cough. All these are symptoms of the measles, a disease that has been rapidly spreading throughout the United States.

Global warming warrants change

Global warming warrants change

Emily Dickson, Staff Writer

February 4, 2015

With extreme winter weather constantly hitting locations around the world, it is difficult to believe that global warming is a real problem.

Should big cats be allowed as pets?

Pet tigers can be unhealthily secured by their owners, through means such as being chained to the floor like this tiger.

Sydney Kinzy, Features Editor

October 17, 2014

Recent accidents involving big cats call for action on the issue of big cat ownership.

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