Students manage demands of academics, work, athletics

Lucy Wurst, Staff Writer

November 11, 2015

Trying to manage school, sports, homework, a job, a regular sleep schedule and a healthy social life can be beyond overwhelming. For students like Briana Hudson, senior, this is the norm, except that she slips in duties as cheerleading...

Seoul Taco in the Loop

Seoul Taco in the Loop

November 11, 2015

Seniors finalize college decisions

May 20, 2015

Seniors intend to attend the following colleges in the fall: Adeyinka Adekunle — University of Missouri Christopher Andry — University of Missouri Unique Baker — Stevens Institute of Business Arts Brooklyn Bas...

Closed campus is not the only option

Catherine Hoff, Guest Writer

March 2, 2015

You walk in. Administrators line the hallway. After the last bell rings for the morning the doors are closed. You are locked in. Throughout the day, FAs and administrators stalk down the hallways hoping to catch kids who are...

Student finds new home at U. City after move

Tarik Holmes, Guest Writer

February 27, 2015

Making the move to a new school in the middle of your high school career could be a morale crusher, but not for Joshua Thomas, senior. Thomas is a former Hazelwood east student who transferred to U. City his sophomore year...

Most likely to succeed: Students realize that success is not one-size-fits-all

Brooklyn Bass, Staff Writer

February 19, 2015

Senior Benjamin Pomerantz is ranked number one in his class, has won numerous awards for academic merit, and is on track to applying to some of the nation’s most competitive schools, including Washington University and Yale....

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