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Senior Alexis Nadreau lands herself a pilot license

Senior Alexis Nadreau lands herself a pilot license

Jacob Stanton, Staff Writer

3 days ago

Flying at 1,000 feet, peering down at the city of St. Louis, senior Alexis Nadreau does what she has been learning since she was 7 years old: flies an aircraft.  “Flying is one of the things I am really passionate about. I flew a lot when I was a kid, and I developed an interest over time,” Nadr...

Meet Madi: Senior and Make-A-Wish ambassador

Meet Madi: Senior and Make-A-Wish ambassador

Zoe DeYoung, Staff Writer

October 7, 2019

Whether it be chance or fate, the Longhorn Council decided all funds this year will be supporting the Make a Wish Foundation and the wish of someone who will start walking the halls alongside us for the first time today. “We knew that in order to keep it local, it would be really cool to find a...

Inside look: student influencers make the most of social media

Inside look: student influencers make the most of social media

Leah Schroeder, Staff Writer

September 27, 2019

Kylie Jenner. David Dobrik. Emma Chamberlain.  With social media being so prominent in today's society, everyone has heard the names of these Instagram influencers. Even if not everyone knows their name, student influencers have had an impact on their followers.  After senior Aaliyah Weston rose ...

Freshman Sarah Griege finds her voice from supporting cancer patients

Freshman Sarah Griege finds her voice from supporting cancer patients

Jacob Stanton, Staff Writer

September 25, 2019

After freshman Sarah Griege’s aunt, Teri Griege, was diagnosed with colon cancer, she started the cancer awareness organization Powered by Hope. Wanting to support her aunt and provide optimism to those with cancer, Sarah took a leading role in the organization. The funds collected by the organi...

Senior Anjali Shah continues her journey of STEM learning

Senior Anjali Shah continues her journey of STEM learning

Fatema Rehmani, Awards Coordinator

September 18, 2019

Through research papers, internships and pre-engineering projects, senior Anjali Shah decided she wants to pursue a career in engineering. Passionate about her research, Shah never set a plan for a future career; her interests have paved the way. “I don’t think I necessarily knew that I wanted to...

Fanari Camp moves junior Alex Sevastianos to rethink his position on faith

Fanari Camp moves junior Alex Sevastianos to rethink his position on faith

Zoe DeYoung, Staff Writer

September 13, 2019

Junior Alex Sevastianos walks down a dark, forested path with only a candle to light his steps. A line of students and a counselor follow close behind, listening as he chants hymns and recites Bible verses. Just one year before, he never imagined having this experience. After past instruction fr...

Junior Zoey Womick brings life to the St. Louis Zoo through the ALIVE Program

Junior Zoey Womick brings life to the St. Louis Zoo through the ALIVE Program

Kathryn McAuliffe, CEIC Intern

September 10, 2019

Most St. Louis natives go to the St. Louis Zoo once or twice and call it a day. But junior Zoey Womick spent her summers there for the past nine years. After aging out of the youth camps sponsored by the zoo, Womick was inspired to become a volunteer through the Zoo ALIVE program. “I decided to do t...

Sisters Quinn Berry and Reese Berry left their hearts in Nicaragua during their church mission trip

Sisters Quinn Berry and Reese Berry left their hearts in Nicaragua during their church mission trip

Leah Schroeder, Staff Writer

September 5, 2019

On a service trip to the village of El Espavel, Nicaragua, junior Reese Berry and senior Quinn Berry climbed volcanoes, created a new water system, participated in dance circles and bonded with local children. After learning about this opportunity from their church, the sisters decided to go on the t...

Given a second chance at life, AP Chemistry teacher Chloe Gallaher finds her passion in teaching

Given a second chance at life, AP Chemistry teacher Chloe Gallaher finds her passion in teaching

Nayeon Ryu, Video Editor

September 5, 2019

With the sudden departure of former teacher Jan Keller, many prospective AP Chemistry students wondered who would now be teaching the demanded course. Chloe Gallaher stepped into the role, through the doors with new goals and 22 years of teaching experience. Gallaher taught chemistry at Parkway South f...

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