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Los dos Navarros: spouses and Spanish teachers in the same corridor

Los dos Navarros: spouses and Spanish teachers in the same corridor

Tasneem Nasufovic, Convergence Journalism Writer

7 hours ago

It all started with a lunch date in Madrid, talking about archaeology and boasting about raising chickens. Traveling and learning different languages and cultures brought Spanish teachers Francisco and Dominique Navarro’s journeys together. As a child, learning Spanish did not start out as an interes...

Senior Ismail Hacking pursues his passion for videography

Senior Ismail Hacking pursues his passion for videography

Maddy Truka, Convergence Journalism Writer

1 day ago

Picking up the camera and pressing record from the sidelines, senior Ismail Hacking captures moments from a football game or an overflowing student section in a single video. “I’ve always been someone who creates things. As a kid, I drew, I played piano and I just liked making things. Videos, ...

Freshman Ashlyn Gillespie and her family combat global warming with solar panels

Freshman Ashlyn Gillespie and her family combat global warming with solar panels

Addie Gleason, Convergence Journalism Writer

2 days ago

From owning an electric car to a home garden, the Gillespie family invests in reducing their carbon footprint. Freshman Ashlyn Gillespie and her family are taking the next step in helping the environment by having solar panels installed at their house. The 22 solar panels are expected to be insta...

Callie Hummel finishes senior season second-best player in Saint Louis

Callie Hummel finishes senior season second-best player in Saint Louis

Mira Nalbandian, Convergence Journalism Writer

4 days ago

Pulling past defenders, senior Callie Hummel makes her way towards the cage on the opposite end of the field. Raising her electric green stick behind her, she swings, making contact with the solid plastic ball and sending it flying into the goal.  During her freshman year, Hummel had no idea that she would one ...

Senior Gabriel Weber learns new ways to be an adaptive athlete with the help of Beautifully Flawed retreat

Senior Gabriel Weber learns new ways to be an adaptive athlete with the help of Beautifully Flawed retreat

Zoe DeYoung, Staff Writer

November 25, 2019

Senior Gabriel Weber was born with symbrachydactyly, a congenital abnormality that left her with only one hand. Growing up with a limb difference in a world made for two-handed people put Weber in many unique situations, from difficulties tying shoes to dealing with stares from strangers.  Despi...

Juniors Lauren Crawford and Sara Marks attend Olin Future Women in Business Weekend

Juniors Lauren Crawford and Sara Marks attend Olin Future Women in Business Weekend

Leah Schroeder, Staff Writer

November 15, 2019

In the United States, women launch more than 1,200 new businesses every single day. Hoping to follow in their footsteps, juniors Sara Marks and Lauren Crawford were two of four students from St. Louis selected to attend the Olin Future Women in Business Weekend at Washington University from Nov. 7 thr...

Meet the new care counselor Rebecca Morris

Meet the new care counselor Rebecca Morris

Susie Seidel, Convergence Media Editor

November 7, 2019

Tucked in the back of the counseling department is the office of new care counselor Rebecca Morris, a place she hopes to be considered safe and accessible to all students as her position grows.  With a master's degree in social work, Morris previously worked in special education at various schools...

No social media: Students share their stories

No social media: Students share their stories

Brinda Ambal and Drew Boone

November 5, 2019

Many view social media as an integral part of every teen’s life: they say it shapes not only the way people are viewed, but also their actions. Here are the six stories of students that abstain from social media. Freshmen Ashlynn Gillespie, Ibrahim Kuziez, sophomores Trisha Manna, Martin Franciscus...

Senior Brayden Eddy knocks out football to pursue wrestling

Senior Brayden Eddy knocks out football to pursue wrestling

Fatema Rehmani, Awards Coordinator

October 31, 2019

Running down the football field, ball in hand, senior Brayden Eddy considers the pain in his neck and the ramifications that a severe football-induced injury could have on his future.  “[I started playing] because it was the thing to do; everybody played football. I lived in Texas, so it was su...

German exchange students experience America: Intruder drills

German exchange students experience America: Intruder drills

Fatema Rehmani, Awards Coordinator

October 24, 2019

In the back corners of classrooms, students huddle together quietly as teachers secure their doors locked shut; those visiting from Germany follow suit as they hide in an unfamiliar classroom preparing for an unfamiliar–but unforgettable–experience. Exchange students from Germany practiced an intru...

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