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Cast and crew look ahead to premiere of The 39 Steps

Cast and crew look ahead to premiere of The 39 Steps

Tyler Kinzy, Sports Editor

September 20, 2018


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This week marks the culmination of a four-month production process dating back to last May as the fall play, "The 39 Steps," is slated for a Sept. 21 debut, followed by two showings the next day. “It’s a lot of fun. It’s like an old spy movie but taken on stage,” senior director MJ Strick...

Student activists to host voter registration event

Student activists to host voter registration event

Tyler Kinzy, Sports Editor

September 14, 2018


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Students who are at least 17 1/2 years old will receive the opportunity to become more politically active Tuesday, Sept 18. when Parkway West is scheduled to hold a voter registration drive. As the midterm elections Nov. 6 near, voter turnout rates remain lower among 18-to-29-year-old voters than...

Musicians flourish with auditioned bands

Musicians flourish with auditioned bands

Nell Jaskowiak, Opinions Editor

September 7, 2018


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Walk down the music hallway at any given time of day and there is probably a band student working in a practice room. Come back during third, fifth or sixth hour and find a full band rehearsing their pieces, sound spilling into the science hall nearby. With an actively growing program, band director ...

Juniors Mckenna Bendle and Kristin Wilson dedicate their summer to the Missouri Baptist Medical Center

Juniors Mckenna Bendle and Kristin Wilson dedicate their summer to the Missouri Baptist Medical Center

Carly Anderson, Copy Editor

August 31, 2018


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While some students spent their summer vacation relaxing on a tropical beach somewhere or saving money with a part-time job, juniors McKenna Bendle and Kristin Wilson decided to improve their medical skills inside the walls of the Missouri Baptist Medical Center (MoBap) instead. “I'm planning to ...

Parkway Alumni Association welcomes new executive director

Parkway Alumni Association welcomes new executive director

Sarah Lashly, Staff Writer

August 28, 2018


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Alumna Amy Cole Buehler assumed the role as executive director of the Parkway Alumni Association after former executive director Leah McCoy. Her first day as executive director began on July 30. “I believe deeply in the importance and value of Parkway as an exceptional education system, a good steward of resources and a valuable community partner,” Buehler said. “As a Par...

Saying goodbye to Leah McCoy

Saying goodbye to Leah McCoy

Sarah Lashly, Staff Writer

August 24, 2018


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Alumna Leah McCoy resigned as executive director of the Parkway Alumni Association (PAA) after working with Parkway for eight years, two of those years as Executive Director of the PAA. McCoy is leaving her position because her family is moving to Ohio. “We are being transferred for my husband's...

Juniors Umeera Farooq and Alexis Nadreau explore medical field at UC Berkeley

Juniors Umeera Farooq and Alexis Nadreau explore medical field at UC Berkeley

Sabrina Bohn, Deputy Managing EIC

August 22, 2018


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Attending the National Student Leadership Conference (NSLC) at University of California, Berkeley (UC Berkeley) July 15-23, juniors Umeera Farooq and Alexis Nadreau learned about medicine and healthcare through lectures and hands-on work. “I'm really interested in going into a job in the medical fie...

Mu Alpha Theta sells donuts for Every Child’s Hope

Mu Alpha Theta sells donuts for Every Child’s Hope

Nayeon Ryu, Staff Writer

August 14, 2018


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This summer, the West community rallied to raise money for Every Child’s Hope (ECH), a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the well-beings of young people, through a gofundme page. To supplement the donations already raised, Mu Alpha Theta is hosting a fundraiser Aug. 22 before school. ...

Officer Scoggins says ‘over and out’

Officer Scoggins says ‘over and out’

Erin Slutzky, Staff Writer

May 23, 2018


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After 12 years of providing the community with humor and humility, Officer Scott Scoggins plans to retire May 24 but will continue to utilize his law enforcement skills outside of school. “I’m going to clean up the mean streets of Chesterfield,” Scoggins said. “[I hope to] become a supervis...

Marketing students pitch real ideas

Marketing students pitch real ideas

Noah Gwin, Staff Writer

May 22, 2018


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Marketing students created businesses and pitched to industry leaders, administrators and teachers, much like the television show “Shark Tank,” as a final project May 6. Marketing I students were required to create businesses, each with their own websites and Instagram accounts. Senior Kennedy Silv...

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