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Stuck at home? Students share creative activities and advice

A compilation of the features organized like a Zoom meeting.

Paige Matthys-Pearce, Staff Writer

May 20, 2020

Since the stay-at-home order began at the end of March, people have had more time at home. Here is how four students have decided to spend their time, and their advice to those that are looking for something to do. Freshman Hannah Choi How are you spending your quarantine? “We're making...

Women of West strive to make an impact during the upcoming fundraiser

Club sponsor Taylor Rose, senior Nithi Vickraman and sophomore Brinda Ambal discuss what to plan for the club during the remainder of the 2019-20 school year. The club decided to show the movie Ocean’s 8 during their upcoming movie night event. “It feels so good to help lead a club that not only helps people in the community but [also] helps people at our school as well,” Vickerman said. “We are always trying to help people in need, which makes this club stand out.”

Jacob Stanton, Staff Writer

March 4, 2020

To help reduce poverty and provide better economic opportunities for women, Women of West (WOW) is hosting a movie night in the theater March 13 to raise money for the Global Empowerment Fund. The cost of entry to the event will be $3. The club focuses on fundraising to help better the community.  Club me...

Freshman Brinda Ambal models her religion with integrity

Sitting in front of the Hindu Temple of Saint Louis, freshman Brinda Ambal dons traditional attire. Ambal has been a member of her temple's Youth Group since 2016. “In St. Louis I can make [Hinduism] my own. The small things aren't that important, it's about how you live your life and follow the religion as a whole,” Ambal said. “A lot of our Holy Texts have stories about courage and trusting yourself so that you are best able to serve others.”

Bella Hatzigeorgiou, Convergent Media Writer

January 23, 2019

Walking through the Hindu Temple of St. Louis, freshman Brinda Ambal leads a group of tourists through the maze of deities, showcasing the religion she follows: Hinduism. “The values of Hinduism are a big part of Indian culture. Integrity, in the sense of upholding one's word. In many instances,...

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