• Check back for the latest Parkway West news Monday, Aug. 24 when school resumes.


Understanding the aftermath of Super Tuesday

The presidential candidates, former vice president Joe Biden (D), President Donald Trump (R) and Senator Bernie Sanders (D), give speeches in hopes of benefitting their campaign bid for president.

Ridwan Oyebamiji, Features Editor

March 5, 2020

One of the most important days in the 2020 Democratic nominee election race, Super Tuesday, just ended, and the results may tell us who will win the Democratic nomination for the general election in November. In the past, it has practically defined who will win the nomination because more than a third of de...

Second presidential debate garners mixed feelings

Nell Jaskowiak, Opinions Editor

October 28, 2016

Leading into the 2016 presidential election, only 28 percent of Americans are satisfied with the state of the country. The second presidential debate, held at Washington University in St. Louis on Oct. 9, was another chance for GOP Nominee Donald Trump and DNC Nominee Hillary Clinton to make statements about their policy,...

Student Talking Point: First Presidential Debate

Student Talking Point: First Presidential Debate

Hannah Hoffmann

September 27, 2016

[row cols_nr="2" bg_color="ffffff"][col size="6"] [/col][col size="6"] BRETT QUICKSILVER, JUNIOR “Last night was actually pretty interesting. I really think that Hillary made her point by actually giving facts and plans - what she’s going to do. Donald Trump, when he was asked a question, would look at t...

The Green Party’s rose-colored glasses

The Green Party's rose-colored glasses

Nell Jaskowiak

August 31, 2016

Physician-turned-politician Jill Stein has been a name among the Green Party for years, and as frustrations grow with mainstream presidential candidates like Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, she is breaking onto the national stage as voters search for other options. As a physician in the 1990’s, St...

Seventeen-year-olds vote in Ohio’s primaries

Only voters above the age of 18 were allowed to vote at polls in Missouri.

Sydney Kinzy, Features Editor

March 17, 2016

Seventeen-year-olds on the brink of being 18 have begun fighting for their right to vote, and in Ohio, they can now vote in primaries.

Meet the 2016 Presidential Candidates

Justin Cupps, Staff Writer

January 4, 2016

That's right... It's presidential election time again. Get to know your candidates for the 2016 presidential election race.

Seniors and freshmen summarize politicians’ viewpoints

Nell Jaskowiak, Staff Writer

December 15, 2015

Seniors CJ Screiber, Zoe Goff, Robby Lasky, freshmen Justin Cupps and Meghan Stanfield all discuss the platforms upon which the 2016 presidential candidates are running.

The Official Student News Site of Parkway West High
presidential election