• The girls swim and dive team won state
  • Bellarmine University (KY) will be visiting Tuesday, Feb. 25
  • Texas A&M University will be visiting Tuesday, Feb. 25
  • University of Northern Iowa will be visiting Tuesday, Feb. 25

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Kobe Bryant: A legend to remember

Kobe Bryant: A legend to remember

Bri Davis, Convergence Journalism Writer

January 30, 2020

All too soon, a legend was taken from us at the age of 41: Kobe Bryant. He was a five-time NBA champion, the Los Angeles Lakers all-time leading scorer and an idol for many. While traveling with his daughter, Gianna Bryant, his helicopter crashed, killing Kobe, Gianna and seven others Jan. 26.  ...

The facts you need to know about the new snow day make-up policy

The facts you need to know about the new snow day make-up policy

Brinda Ambal, Staff Writer

January 29, 2020

January is nearing its end, and we are already three snow days and one early dismissal in. The question of how many snow days we have left before make-up days are added floats unanswered around school with each possible inclement weather day. This year is different than past years, in that the state...

Students and faculty react to ACT’s updates effective September 2020

Students and faculty react to ACT’s updates effective September 2020

Lydia Roseman, News and Sports Editor

October 11, 2019

In the height of college application season, seniors in particular are scrambling to compile their highest test scores to send to their dream schools. Not yet at this stage, juniors and even underclassmen are going from study groups to workbooks to tutors to prepare for the often dreaded ACT. Effectiv...

English II students explore the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum through virtual reality

English II students explore the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum through virtual reality

Lydia Roseman, News Section Editor

September 17, 2019

No airfare, hotel, transportation or museum pass was necessary for students in English II to tour the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, in Washington, D.C. In fact, not a single school absence was required. Instead, Casey Holland's English II students entered the museum virtually, in the school library, to ...

Wayland wins canned food drive for seventh consecutive year

Wayland wins canned food drive for seventh consecutive year

Dani Fischer, Managing Editor-in-Chief

December 8, 2018

Standing in the main foyer surrounded by 3,768 cans of food, social studies teachers Jeffrey Chazen and Annie Wayland direct students on how to stack the remaining cases. The next morning, volunteers from Parkway’s Food Pantry will be arriving at school to pick up all the donations; for now, the tea...

Senior Cheryl Ma seeks support for her essay in the Celebrating Student Voices contest

Senior Cheryl Ma seeks support for her essay in the Celebrating Student Voices contest

Emily Dickson and Betsy Wait

May 7, 2018

Seeking scholarships to fund her education at University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) in the fall, senior Cheryl Ma entered an essay contest through Celebrating Student Voices at the end of March. The contest awards 10 scholarships that range from $1,000 to $5,000. “The prompt was to tell a story that will ...

2. Breaking news: we are safe, today

2. Breaking news: we are safe, today

Katie Spillman, Photo Editor

March 1, 2018

A student threatened to open fire at Parkway West on March 1 via a Snapchat story around 10 p.m. last night. Within minutes, the post circulated to hundreds of students. In wake of the Parkland shooting on Feb. 14, which heightened awareness to gun safety, the news of this threat spread rapidly throughout ...

Breaking news: as other schools call off, Parkway remains in session

Breaking news: as other schools call off, Parkway remains in session

Samantha Gaddis, copy editor

January 16, 2018

Parents followed the weather Monday night, hoping that they could rely on Parkway to keep their children safe from freezing temperatures and call off school. Yet, under a wind chill advisory issued on Monday, 221 schools in the St. Louis area closed for the safety of their students, and Parkway was not...

Breaking news: FCC votes to repeal Net Neutrality

Breaking news: FCC votes to repeal Net Neutrality

Samantha Gaddis, Copy Editor

December 14, 2017

Today, on Dec. 14, 10:30 a.m, the FCC voted to repeal the protections of Net Neutrality, or the rules that allow citizens to access the internet for the same price, regardless of web traffic, service provider or company. When the repeal is put into effect in 2018, citizens will have to pay to access...

Puerto Rico benefit concert surpasses fundraising goal

Puerto Rico benefit concert surpasses fundraising goal

Sabrina Bohn and Carly Anderson

December 8, 2017

After holding a benefit concert to support the millions of people in Puerto Rico without clean water or electricity on Dec. 7, science teacher Amy Van Matre-Woodward´s honors environmental sustainability class helped raise $1213 for the cause. The concert consisted of three bands, Rose, the Brink and Cats w...

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