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Christine Allen, a Parkway alumni, founded Ark of the Rainbow in 2009 with the goal of stopping human trafficking.

Parkway alumnus Christine Allen’s mission to end human trafficking

Bennett Davis, Staff Writer May 23, 2017

Christine Allen, a Parkway alumni, founded Ark of the Rainbow in 2009 with the goal of stopping human trafficking. “What I realized during my time in India was that trafficking was a symptom of extreme...

Alumnus Sumner Mahaffey showcases Filipino culture with Hey Joe Show

Wonsang Lee, Staff Writer March 13, 2017

After graduating from West High in 2011, alumnus Sumner Mahaffey has journeyed worldwide in his quest to highlight Filipino culture, from a Mormon mission trip to the Philippines to his boy band, Hey Joe...

Brad Schiff, sporting a red St. Louis Cardinals hat, poses beside his team and Kubo, the title character of the movie. The look main look of the film is inspired by the Japanese woodblock prints of Kiyoshi Saito. Kiyoshi Saito was the key stylistic influence that was the unifying design element throughout the entire movie.

Alumnus Brad Schiff wins Oscar nomination

Sydney Kinzy, Productions Editor-in-Chief February 27, 2017

In the late 80’s, alumnus Brad Schiff did not view himself as popular while attending West, but after being nominated for the Visual Effects Oscar for his work in Kubo and the Two Strings, he finds himself...

The King Lives pancake includes bananas, bacon, peanut butter, and chocolate chips.

New location of The Shack opens on Clayton Road

Mary Claire Moriarity, Staff Writer December 12, 2016
Opening its third location on Clayton Road, The Shack has attracted patrons from around the community, including students. The bright paint and giant lit ‘bacon’ sign make a relaxing atmosphere for breakfast or lunch.

West alumnus becomes youngest Ferguson Commission member

Hannah Hoffmann, News / Features Editors December 11, 2014
Meet Rasheen Aldridge Jr., the youngest member of Missouri governor Jay Nixon’s Ferguson Commission.
Custodian Ollie Caruthers accepts the donations from the West High community.

Students present Custodian Ollie Caruthers with a check

Debra Klevens, Convergent Media Writer November 25, 2014
With police cars being set on fire, tear gas being thrown and the national media focusing on the unrest in St. Louis, students, alumni and faculty packed the cafeteria during first and second lunches to honor Custodian Ollie Caruthers.
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