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  • The last day to add a class is Jan. 16. Please start finalizing your schedule to fulfill your graduation requirements. Have a good semester!

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Quiet Zone mandate to be enforced around the senior lounge to protect the rights of seniors

Quiet Zone mandate to be enforced around the senior lounge to protect the rights of seniors

Maria Newton, Features Editor

October 25, 2018


Filed under the broken compass

Due to the large number of slumbering students in the senior lounge, senior class presidents Bella Hatzigeorgiou and MJ Stricker have decided to construct a soundproof box around the collection of priceless, vintage couches. The glass will also be tinted so that seniors do not have to suffer from brig...

Senior Will Cremeens finds himself through Jesus Christ

Senior Will Cremeens finds himself through Jesus Christ

Bella Hatzigeorgiou, Convergent Media Writer

October 16, 2018


Filed under features, showcase

Feeling empty and without purpose in life, senior Will Cremeens found Christ and a community. His older brother convinced him to attend an evening youth group, Krew, at Chesterfield Presbyterian Church. Shortly after attending, Will committed to a new way of life. “Before I found my faith I wasn't living f...

Junior Andrew Jolly and senior Ali Yumuk release debut rap album

Junior Andrew Jolly and senior Ali Yumuk release debut rap album

Lydia Roseman, News Editor

October 8, 2018


Filed under news

Sparked by a shared interest in music and their favorite rapper Logic, senior Ali Yumuk and junior Andrew Jolly, wrote, recorded and produced their own rap album. After meeting for the first time, the two realized their shared passion and a collaboration began. “I met Ali in ASL class on the f...

Senior Harper Stewart returns to Camp Foley as a first-year counselor

Senior Harper Stewart returns to Camp Foley as a first-year counselor

Carly Anderson, Copy Editor

August 29, 2018


Filed under features, showcase

After attending Camp Foley in Pine River, Minn. for three years as a camper, senior Harper Stewart returned this summer to work as an intern camp counselor. “While being a camper, I had participated in the Leader in Training program, where you applied to help out with organizing camp events and such. I loved being a ...

Senior Ann Truka advances in Poetry Out Loud competition

Senior Ann Truka advances in Poetry Out Loud competition

Carly Anderson, Conceptual EiC Intern

March 7, 2018


Filed under news

After four years of competing in Poetry Out Loud [POL], senior Ann Truka placed first in the St. Louis Regional Competition and has qualified to perform at the state competition in Jefferson City, Mo. March 8. “I was really hoping to win the school competition this year because I thought it'd be cool to win again as...

Senior Claire Goedde celebrates graduation a semester early

Senior Claire Goedde celebrates graduation a semester early

Gabby Leon, Staff Writer

January 24, 2018


Filed under features

One of just three students in the class of 2018 to graduate in the first semester of their senior year, Claire Goedde celebrated the end of her high school years early. “When I was registering for my senior classes junior year, I noticed that I had fulfilled a lot of my credits,” Goedde said. ...

Senior Adam Johnson helps Gateway Off-Road Cyclists build biking trail

Senior Adam Johnson helps Gateway Off-Road Cyclists build biking trail

Peyton Gaskill, Staff Writer

November 28, 2017


Filed under features, showcase

People of all ages enjoy walks in the woods and exciting bike rides through the hills year round, but the hard work that goes into the construction of those paths is not widely known. Senior Adam Johnson has been helping the Gateway Off-Road Cyclists (GORC) build several miles of trail in the St. Louis...

Senior Kaleigh Stanfield overcomes another rare injury

Senior Kaleigh Stanfield overcomes another rare injury

Hannah Hoffmann, Technical Design Editor-in-Chief

November 17, 2017


Filed under features, showcase

Juggling five different orders at once, senior Kaleigh Stanfield handles a midday coffee rush with practiced ease. The change comes when she has to lean out the drive through window: there is a pop, a sudden stabbing pain and a distressing reminder of the condition she has to endure. For the student...

Highlights of senior Bama Nanić’s instagram influence

Highlights of senior Bama Nanić’s instagram influence

Nayeon Ryu, Convergent Media Writer

October 27, 2017


Filed under features

With cheekbones sharper than a knife and a hijab placed delicately on her head, senior Bama Nanić kills the Instagram game with her following of 29.3k. Nanić has a public Instagram account where she posts selfies of her makeup looks or company sponsored outfit-of-the-day pictures, gaining an aver...

On the boat to success: senior Katy Ward to row at the University of Michigan next fall

On the boat to success: senior Katy Ward to row at the University of Michigan next fall

Susie Seidel, Convergent Media Writer

October 27, 2017


Filed under showcase, sports

Following years of creating a name for herself in the rowing world, senior Katy Ward committed to row at the University of Michigan next year, the number one school in the NCAA Central Division for the sport. Her journey began when the St. Louis Rowing Club (SLRC) visited the school in the fall o...

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