More than ever, it is necessary that young people vote in the upcoming election. Too often, the turnout of generations Y and Z is underwhelming at the polls. In a NPR article, political reporter Asma Khalid, said, “Millennials continue to… Read More ›
As students walk through the library to cut over into the lunchroom, a wide-smiling Lamar Fitzgerald settles in behind the counter, waiting for any students who might need help.
Sports columnist Greg Frazier brings this week’s headlines: SAT, Night in the Courtyard, Shaw Art Fair, Hands on Kirkwood, sports events, The Branch, the French National Honor Society and the Friendship Dance. Visit Our Sponsors
For the first time in 25 years, women’s tennis has a winning season.
Contributing writer Gretchen Skoglund reports on the upcoming friendship dance.
This year’s Friendship Dance, on Nov. 3, will be the 80th annual dance between Webster and Kirkwood. While the schools compete on the athletic field, the dance gives students from Webster and Kirkwood bonding opportunities.
Contributing writer Elise Wilke-Grimm talks to Hands on Kirkwood participants about the impact of the event on the community. The event took place Oct. 6, at Kirkwood Baptist Church.
Contributing writers Jaden Fields and Gant Gibson report on the dangers of Halloween candy.
Junior Allison Huff, make-up artist for “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,” tests “prince” make-up design on herself. Photo by Zeke La Manitia
Contributing writers Jaden Fields and Gant Gibson talk to people about Trick or Treat safety. See Also: Students express beliefs about ghosts See Also: Do’s and don’ts of a good gorefest: journalists explore horror films See Also: Coffee shop patrons share opinions about horror movies… Read More ›
Contributing writers Samantha Massena and Zeke La Mantia talk to students about Halloween costumes. See Also: Students express beliefs about ghosts See Also: Do’s and don’ts of a good gorefest: journalists explore horror films See Also: Coffee shop patrons share opinions about horror movies… Read More ›
Contributing writer Ada Foley explores contemporary beliefs in ghosts.
From killer Captain Kirk to machete wielding hockey goalies, horror movies have flooded theaters “near you” for decades. Their one purpose: to scare.
Contributing writer Zora Thomas reports on the Oct. 6, Rock Hill Fall Parade and Festival at Hudson Elementary.
Activities included the parade, music, food, a petting zoo, a book sale, face painting and others.
Contributing writer Gretchen Skoglund reports on the Historic Shaw Art Fair Oct. 6-7.
Michael Marshall — Contributing Writer
Elizabeth Steckman, a new math teacher, knew since kindergarten that she would be a teacher. but it wasn’t until attending a high school in Wausau, WI, that that dream could start to come true.
The school district has hired Cooperative Strategies, an Ohio based company specializing in financial and demographic planning for schools. According to Cooperative Strategies website, the innovative company has done extensive work in school systems around the country and internationally “serving… Read More ›
Elise Wilke-Grimm – Contributing Writer Drama department will put on the musical “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.” It will be showing Oct 25, 26, and 27 from 7-9:30 p.m.
Art patrons gather in Clayton for the St. Louis Art Fair Sept. 7-9, to see displays of stationary and performance art. http://www.saintlouisartfair.com/ Visit Our Sponsors
Ladue Rams defeated the Statesmen in Varsity football 38-7 on Sept. 6, at Moss Field.