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The Official Student News Site of Parkway West High

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The Official Student News Site of Parkway West High

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Sophomore Lila Hartle poses before a dance recital in 2021. While Hartle’s eating disorder diagnosis prevented her from dancing, it motivated her to improve. “I wanted to continue dance as a career, and I knew that I had to stay healthy so that I wouldn’t end up hurting myself more,” Hartle said.

Problems, passion, perseverance

Nidhi Pejathaya, staff writer January 11, 2023

Eating disorders are commonly associated with body dysmorphia issues; however, for sophomore Lila Hartle, that was not the case. What started as a small loss of appetite quickly escalated. Her eating disorder...

Speak to Silence tackles eating disorders and opening up tough conversations in its first chapter.

Speak to Silence: the causes of eating disorders and my story

Susie Seidel, Convergence Media Editor February 27, 2020

It’s no secret that society today is seemingly exploding under the pressure of eating kale and riding a Peloton, having a perfect bikini body and idolizing models and influencers who behind the screen,...

History teacher Amy Thornhill marks directions on the whiteboard during a Modern U.S. history class.

History Teacher Amy Thornhill undergoes heart surgery over the summer

Leign Ann Barnett, Staff Writer August 19, 2016
Though the surgery did not affect her work, her condition affects all areas of her life, including her job as a teacher.
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