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Missouri abortion bill strikes up controversy

Missouri abortion bill strikes up controversy

Sabrina Bohn and Lydia Roseman

May 19, 2019

Students took to social media to voice their opinions in light of the Missouri General Assembly passing H.B. 126, a bill restricting abortion that Governor Mike Parson is expected to sign into law within a week. The bill, which would instantly become one of the most stringent abortion policies in the U...

Freshman Benjamin Noonan leaps over the competition

Freshman Benjamin Noonan leaps over the competition

Samantha Schultz, Convergent Media Writer

May 15, 2019

Braiding his horses hair, freshmen Benjamin Noonan listens to classical music to calm his nerves and get his head into the game before the dressage, the first phase of the horseback riding competition. As the dressage begins, Noonan must forget everything. He must stay calm in hopes of keeping his hors...

Photo of the week – May 6

Photo of the week – May 6

Emma Caplinger, Podcast Artist

May 10, 2019

Chopping the competition: senior boys compete in high-stakes cook-off

Chopping the competition: senior boys compete in high-stakes cook-off

Maria Newton, Features Section Editor

May 8, 2019

The stove was hot and the kitchen began filling with smoke. Eight senior boys ran frantically about the small space in search of utensils and ingredients. Two senior girls, Maria Newton and Harper Stewart, hosted a cooking competition based on the television series “Chopped” April 13 to help the senior boy...

Students redesign hand wall after controversy

Students redesign hand wall after controversy

Mary Hardy, Convergent Media Writer

April 23, 2019

When seniors Natalie Butler and Bailey Goughenour found out that their design for the senior hand wall in the cafeteria had won over the hearts of 75% of the senior class, they were excited because they thought the design was clever and relevant. However, shortly after, assistant principal Corey Sink received ...

Sophomore Ulaa Kuziez draws from Syrian heritage to fight for social justice

Sophomore Ulaa Kuziez draws from Syrian heritage to fight for social justice

Lydia Roseman, News Editor

April 23, 2019

With a new language, culture and lifestyle awaiting her in the United States, sophomore Ulaa Kuziez and her family immigrated from Damascus, Syria to Missouri when Kuziez was nine years old. “I don’t remember the exact day that we decided to go, but my parents were thinking about our future a...

Parkway introduces online physical education course

Parkway introduces online physical education course

Lydia Roseman, News Editor

April 17, 2019

Students scale rock walls, dance to cultural music, toss frisbees, lift heavyweights and earn scuba certifications within the large assortment of physical education courses that Parkway offers. Adding to the selection of physical education courses, online physical education is going to be offered beginnin...

Mission Compassion: Sophomore Megan Gordon builds connections and knowledge through Ugandan mission trip

Mission Compassion: Sophomore Megan Gordon builds connections and knowledge through Ugandan mission trip

Kathryn McAuliffe, Staff Writer

April 16, 2019

While most students spent their spring breaks relaxing on the beaches of Punta Cana, the Dominican Republic or skiing the slopes in Colorado, sophomore Megan Gordon volunteered in Kawete, Uganda through her church, Christ Community Lutheran Church. “I’ve always wanted to go [to Uganda]. My mom has been man...

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