What can you do?

The emphasis on the Black Lives Matter movement has become stronger than ever and will continue to grow.

Bri Davis, Staff Writer

June 11, 2020

Moving further into 2020, the death of George Floyd caused by police officers has awakened the Black Lives Matter movement. For the past two weeks, protests have been spreading all over the world, from the United States all the way to Europe. The attached video shows how people all over the world are...

2020 vision: seniors look to high school memories

2020 graduation may not have looked as expected. However, seniors still leave with memories that will last a lifetime.

Parkway West Editorial Board

May 26, 2020

Ever since our grade was old enough to understand the concept of a play on words, the “2020 vision” jokes have not stopped. No matter what elementary or middle school you went to, we were all connected by one thing: our 2020 vision. Not once throughout our school careers could we have seen COVID-19 com...

The life of a teenage pandemic worker

Preparing to go to her job as a bagger at Schnucks, Davis puts on her face mask and gloves. While most students are staying home, Davis goes out each day as an essential worker.

Bri Davis, Staff Writer

April 20, 2020

I step outside of my house with my mask on, ready to go. Ready to go to the same place I’ve been going since quarantine started: Schnucks. It was a job that I applied for before this all started. I had been working at the St. Louis Zoo since freshman year, and wanted to switch it up my last two years of...

Out with the old and in with the new: the tradition of Homecoming Court

Waiting for the announcement of the Homecoming Queen, the 2017 Homecoming court sits in the gym during the fall pep rally.

Carly Anderson and Sabrina Bohn

September 27, 2018

Between the football game, dance, Powder Puff, spirit week and other festivities, the traditions of Homecoming week are greatly celebrated and anticipated. However, are all of these high school traditions still right for our students? Despite Homecoming Court originating as a welcoming event for al...

Editorial: counseling department is understaffed

A student sits outside of the counseling office, looking at a poster directed at stressed students. The posters were hung in response to the rising anxiety levels of students. Because of busy schedules, counselors have limited time to deal with the emotional needs of students, and so students are forced to look elsewhere for help.

Pathfinder Editorial Board

April 9, 2018

The counseling office is a constant hub of activity. All five counselors have a table used as a waiting room filled with drop-form-toting students, kids with parents’ notes requesting schedule changes; seniors begging for late arrival. But where are the kids who need counseling? Counselors are supp...

Float or sink? American football in the U.K.

London's Wembley stadium, normally a soccer stadium, has hosted seven NFL games since the 2007 season.

Bobby Connor, Staff Writer

October 23, 2013

On Sunday, Sept. 29, the NFL hosted their sixth annual game in London at Wembley stadium. The game featured the (0-3) Pittsburg Steelers against the (0-3) Minnesota Vikings. The Vikings held on with a 34-27 win. Since the 2007 season, the NFL has sent two teams across the pond each year for a mutal...

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