Seniors Ian McCann and Eric Miranda are two of the brightest students in the state. The two Top 100 Missouri Scholar Award winners discussed their high school experiences and their goals for the future. Continue reading Missouri Top 100 Scholars talk past, future
Artists who could sell out Busch stadium are few and far between; the list of those who actually have is even smaller. Morgan Wallen will likely join this elite group after his 2023 performance. Continue reading Wallen’s 36-track album is too long
Sitting across from a lone bench in Barbre Park lies a placard: Historic Black Churches in Webster Groves. The unassuming sign shares a fraction of the story of African Americans in Webster. Continue reading Historic Black Church holds history
From Music Friday to the All Write festival, Webster is a creative school district. This creativity has a greater use, healing students and helping the community. Continue reading Creativity keeps students healthy
Season Four of Stranger Things is far gone from the conspiracy-comfort of the first two seasons, sometimes for better, often for worse. Has it just gotten more epic, or is it too big for its own good? Continue reading Is Stranger Things Season Four a blockbuster epic or too big for its own good?
Although the library serves its purpose, it is everything but inviting. Fault doesn’t lie with any one person or system, but the school as a whole. Continue reading Op-Ed: Policies repel students from library
A 2017 Pew Research center poll found that 44% of Americans believe Christmas is “More of a Religious Holiday than a Cultural One.” This number has fallen recently, with cultural shifts creating a new meaning to Christmas. Continue reading Op-Ed: Deck the Halls with Secular Jolly
Excuse me, what song are you listening to right now? When students were asked this question, the responses ranged from 1910 to the pop hits of a week ago. Continue reading What are students listening to?