“I love the coffee shop so much! I go almost every day to visit my friend, Alex,” senior Camille Herrman said over email.
Junior editor Lydia Urice interviews Swedish foreign exchange student Lukas Hillström, junior, about the differences between Sweden and the United States.
On the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, more than 7,500 Flags of Valor were displayed on Art Hill in Forest Park to remember the victims, first responders and servicemen and women who died as a result of those attacks.
The American flags were visible Sept. 4-12. Photos by Lydia Urice
Hot air balloons light up the night at the St. Louis Gateway Balloon Festival. The festival took place at World Wide Technology Raceway in Madison, Illinois, Sept. 3-6, 5-9 p.m. Photos by Lydia Urice
Lunch and breakfasts will be served in the cafeteria. Both lunch and breakfast will be free. For lunch students will be able to choose from deli, nacho, pizza and grill lines.
“As far as extracurriculars go, I’ve become part of APAC (Asian Pacific Awareness Committee/Asian Pacific American Community), gardening club, Interact, film club, FEMCO, history club, [and] scholar bowl,” senior Zoe DeLay said.
Of all the clubs she’s a part of, she started two.
Contributing writer Ben Miller reports on his quest to find St. Louis’ best bagel.
The Bluette sisters are a major part of the soccer program at Webster Groves High School and have been for the past four years.
All four members of the so-called “quad squad,” Kreighton, senior, Keegan, junior, Kameran, freshman, and Karson, freshman, are involved in the Varsity soccer program.
Editor in chief Jaden Fields shares her insights into this year’s Oscars.
Feature editor Ava Musgraves shares some astrological insights.
Schools are turning to hybrid or virtual learning during the pandemic. As a result of the new school year and continued online learning, the typical school day looks different as well.