Graphics editor Natalie Johnson and Feature editor Caleb Bolin share this week’s headlines: All State band and orchestra, musical performances, wrestling, swim team, A Ladies, ACTs and final exams.
Caleb Bolin Political Columnist Americans around the country sighed a breath of mixed relief and grief on Nov. 9, in the wake of a disturbingly dirty, disgusting, disenchanting presidential election cycle. From start to finish, the 2016 presidential election cycle… Read More ›
Millennials, defined as “adults between the ages of 18-35 in 2016,” now rival the Baby Boomer Generation as the biggest voting bloc by generation according to a recent report from the Pew Research Center. Baby Boomers number about 69.7 million… Read More ›
Caleb Bolin Political Columnist An old, untrustworthy, grandmother/career politician and an old, reckless businessman with the behavior of a schoolyard bully walk into a bar and immediately begin to argue about the condition of the United States of America without… Read More ›
Caleb Bolin Political Columnist In an election year when the nominees from the traditionally favored parties both have a historically low favorability rating, a large number of voters look for a third option. According to Real Clear Politics averaging of… Read More ›
Several area fire departments responded to a burning house on Atalanta Avenue across the street from Avery Elementary playground, forcing Avery Adventure Club students to be moved inside. The house was badly singed on the left side, and windows were broken on all three levels…. Read More ›
Caleb Bolin Political Columnist People overfish; people hunt to the point of extinction; people exploit nature; people waste a lot of stuff; people too frequently just don’t care. However, we can still help to save the world. According to the… Read More ›
Contributing writers Caleb Bolin and Will Conerly explore an unusual game involving a hand gesture.
Bennett Durando Sports Editor Caleb Bolin Contributing Writer With election season just around the corner, a national spotlight has been focused on politics; this is true at Webster Groves High School, too. Students this year have made efforts to form… Read More ›