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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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Posing at Longview Farm House, senior Sara Marks works with Project Unplugged’s wellness program to spread mindfulness. So far, Marks has written posts on insomnia, the benefits of journaling and the importance of self-help. “Before you can help other people you need to learn about yourself. Ive found a lot of value sitting down and reminding myself of reality [through journaling],” Marks said. “Im very blessed, and as much as school sucks, all your problems are so impermanent. When you look back, youre not gonna remember how hard this test was or this paper you wrote youre just gonna remember the people that youre with and how you felt. I think learning how to prioritize yourself is really important and then you can share the learning with others.”

Project Unplugged and senior Sara Marks’ mission to promote mindfulness

Madi Michajliczenko, Staff Writer January 21, 2021

Promoting mindfulness within her community, senior Sara Marks works as an intern with Project Unplugged. Project Unplugged’s mission is to encourage a healthier lifestyle by applying wellness principles...

With iftar time arriving, junior Fatema Rehmani and her family gather to break their fast with dates and water, a tradition rooted in the religious teachings of Prophet Muhammad.

Religious observances during quarantine

With holidays arriving during a pandemic –and social distancing measures remaining in effect across the globe to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus–students describe how their practices changed...

Pointing to the fourth branch on the Chanukiah, junior Ella Seigel describes Chanukah and other Jewish holidays to her peers. Seigel presented with props to share part of the Jewish culture with students at Westminster. “Their engagement showed that if you open up and show your differences, that can also provide unity in understanding,” Seigel said.

Student to Student: Three juniors teach others what it is like to be Jewish

Zoey Womick, Convergence Journalism Writer January 10, 2020

Placing Challah and a Shofar on a table in front of them, juniors Joe Rosenberg, Ella Seigel and Sara Marks stand in front of a classroom of strangers waiting for their presentation to begin. The three ...

Marks and Crawford pose for a group photo along with other students that attended the Olin Future Women In Business weekend. Before attending, Crawford planned to go into the medical field, but now feels suited for a business career. “I wasn’t sure if I wanted to go into business. It [the event] opened my eyes, and this is something I’m really interested in now,” Crawford said.

Juniors Lauren Crawford and Sara Marks attend Olin Future Women in Business Weekend

Leah Schroeder, Staff Writer November 15, 2019

In the United States, women launch more than 1,200 new businesses every single day. Hoping to follow in their footsteps, juniors Sara Marks and Lauren Crawford were two of four students from St. Louis...

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