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Students stand up against school board candidate Jeanie Ames

Students stand up against school board candidate Jeanie Ames

Sabrina Bohn and Carly Anderson

April 3, 2018

Students across Parkway have formed the group “Not on Our School Board” to protest school board candidate Jeanie Ames’ campaign for a position on Parkway’s Board of Education after controversy surrounding Ames’ Twitter account. “The people on this board are representing us, our beliefs and our values,” freshman Ella Seigel said. “They have a lot of influence, and I don’t want so...

Leaving the building and looking ahead

Leaving the building and looking ahead

Dani Fischer, Staff Writer

April 2, 2018

Over 200 students walked out of their classes and went to the gym to rally together with students across the nation on March 14. However, 14 students walked out the doors and to the front marquee despite warnings of discipline from the administration. “I was walking out with some of the other ...

BREAKING NEWS: St. Louis prepares for largest social justice demonstrations since Ferguson

BREAKING NEWS: St. Louis prepares for largest social justice demonstrations since Ferguson

Carly Anderson, Managing EiC Intern

September 15, 2017

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Junior Vicky Marshall raises autism awareness through rally for brother

Junior Vicky Marshall raises autism awareness through rally for brother

Maddie Hoffmann, Staff Writer

February 10, 2017

Students gathered at the middle school in support of Mark Marshall, a 12-year-old boy who has been a victim of bullying due to his autism. School has been anything but fun for Marshall for the past few months. Students bullied him at the isolation of the bus stop, and made fun of him while playin...

Senior Meamuna Paracha’s video goes viral

Senior Meamuna Paracha’s video goes viral

Sydney Kinzy, Productions Editor-in-Chief

February 2, 2017

“My name is Meamuna Paracha and we are going live from Daar-Ul-Islam Masjid in St. Louis, MO,” Paracha said in a live video she posted to IlmFeed, which has then since gathered over half a million views. Paracha, a senior at West, was at the library at the Islamic Center when her imam told her a...

A moment of silence for silent protests

A moment of silence for silent protests

Hannah Hoffmann, News Editor

January 23, 2015

Sitting down during the pledge of allegiance. Pink fingernails. Students not uttering a single word for all six hours of the school day. Anything in common here? If you said no, you are far from alone in that thought: many students and teachers have never noticed the “silent” protesting done in classrooms. So...

Peaceful walkout allows students to embrace equality

Peaceful walkout allows students to embrace equality

Debra Klevens, Staff Writer

December 5, 2014

Students walked out of classes at 10:45 a.m. in hopes of starting a conversation leading to social equality.

Protest walk out for social equality

Protest walk out for social equality

Allie Collins, People of West Editor

December 4, 2014

Sophomore Alyssa Jackson plans a school wide walk out protest for social inequality.

Colorado Students ‘Strike’ Down District Proposals

Colorado Students ‘Strike’ Down District Proposals

Sydney Kinzy, Staff Writer

October 10, 2014

In the suburbs of Denver, Colorado, instead of filling the hallways at school, students stood along the streets, holding signs reading "There is nothing more patriotic than protest.” Tension between students and staff grew when the Jefferson County school board brought up the idea to edit the AP...

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