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Students and staff express themselves through fashion

Students and staff express themselves through fashion

Mira Nalbandian and Leah Schroeder

February 28, 2020

Using their clothes to express their feelings and personality, students and staff describe what goes into their fashion choices and the impact it has on their daily life....

Thirst Project Club raises more than $2,000 during the first week of fundraising

Thirst Project Club raises more than $2,000 during the first week of fundraising

Jacob Stanton, Staff Writer

February 19, 2020

With a passion for helping others, students in the Thirst Project Club, including junior and Club President Salma Ahmed, junior Sarenna Wood and sophomore Connor Gusky, have already raised more than $2,000 during the first week of fundraising. The profits will go to the non-profit organization, the Th...

Students seek new opportunities through South Tech

Students seek new opportunities through South Tech

Tre Bell, Staff Writer

February 5, 2020

Walking into South Tech High School, you see a variety of different programs that help guide students on a route alternative to traditional academics.   “I didn’t know if I was making the right decision because you miss three classes out of your day.  I didn’t want to miss important classes, ...

Creating the blog “Good Song, Good Soul,” junior Arden Dickson shares lessons

Creating the blog “Good Song, Good Soul,” junior Arden Dickson shares lessons

Brinda Ambal, Staff Writer

February 4, 2020

Publishing her first post in December 2019, junior Arden Dickson writes her blog “Good Song, Good Soul” about her passion for music and acting to remind herself of her writing roots and share experiences with others who might be going through similar situations. “For a long time, and still no...

Stories with Ava: Junior Jenna Balmer performs in sensory-friendly musical

Stories with Ava: Junior Jenna Balmer performs in sensory-friendly musical

Ava Kayser, Convergent Media Writer

January 14, 2020

  Junior Jenna Balmer along with many other students are experienced actors in plays and musicals.  Balmer took her acting a step further by performing in a sensory-friendly musical. Key aspects of a normal musical are modified for a sensory performance to meet the needs of people who have disab...

Building a legacy: Sixth grade camp seeks donations to renovate building and create memories

Building a legacy: Sixth grade camp seeks donations to renovate building and create memories

Kathryn McAuliffe, Conceptual Editor-in-Chief Intern

October 28, 2019

Flowing lakes, miles of trees, pioneer nights, horseback trails and unforgettable memories come to mind when thinking of Parkway’s Outdoor Schools. Known as “sixth-grade camp,” Parkway students have attended the YMCA Camp Lakewood for over 60 years, as middle schoolers and as high school counselors....

Fanari Camp moves junior Alex Sevastianos to rethink his position on faith

Fanari Camp moves junior Alex Sevastianos to rethink his position on faith

Zoe DeYoung, Staff Writer

September 13, 2019

Junior Alex Sevastianos walks down a dark, forested path with only a candle to light his steps. A line of students and a counselor follow close behind, listening as he chants hymns and recites Bible verses. Just one year before, he never imagined having this experience. After past instruction fr...

Junior Zoey Womick brings life to the St. Louis Zoo through the ALIVE Program

Junior Zoey Womick brings life to the St. Louis Zoo through the ALIVE Program

Kathryn McAuliffe, CEIC Intern

September 10, 2019

Most St. Louis natives go to the St. Louis Zoo once or twice and call it a day. But junior Zoey Womick spent her summers there for the past nine years. After aging out of the youth camps sponsored by the zoo, Womick was inspired to become a volunteer through the Zoo ALIVE program. “I decided to do t...

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