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  • Classroom pets

    Classroom pets

    Le'Asia Sanders, Features Writer

    May 5, 2017

    April is the famous Chinchilla around South. April has been in Kathy Scheff’s classroom for seventeen years. She received April a year after her first Chinchilla Squeakers. Students in Scheff’s class love to take April out and play with her and hold her. “She is best described as cute, cuddly, ch...

  • Promposals 2017

    Promposals 2017

    May 5, 2017

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  • Porano Pasta

    Porano Pasta

    Vivian Karins, Online Editor

    February 3, 2017

    You might wonder what could possibly be better than a bowl of hot, delicious, well-priced pasta. Well, the answer is hot, delicious, well-priced, customizable pasta. At Porano Pasta, named for an Italian city where James Beard award-winning chef Gerard Craft found inspiration, that’s exactly what you can get. Ho...

    Homemade pasta with alfredo and pepper sauce, crispy garlic, and mozzarella cheese pairs perfectly with a grapefruit soda.

  • New year, new coach

    New year, new coach

    Joe Schnapp, Editor In Chief

    October 5, 2016

    One of South High’s winningest teams is the field hockey team. Last season the Patriots went 15-7 overall. This year the team hopes to improve on that record. The girl’s performance last year prompted the team to a Division One level team. This new division includes  Lafayette, Marquette, Ladue,...

    Members of the varsity field hockey team get pumped prior to a 7 a.m. tournament game. Photo courtesy of Natalie Sago.

  • Congratulations, Mr. Jauss!

    Congratulations, Mr. Jauss!

    Emma Gottfried, News Writer

    October 3, 2016

    South High’s very own science teacher, John Jauss, has earned the honor of Manchester Citizen of the Year. He was nominated by his neighbor for all he does for the community in the 19 years that he has lived and taught in Manchester. Jauss’ wife, Julie, said she is proud of her husband. “He...

  • Mudfest 2016

    Mudfest 2016

    Emma Smith, Entertainment Editor

    October 3, 2016

    In September of every year since 2010, St. Louis hosts their very own music festival: Loufest. Takes place in Forest Park housing almost 40 different bands with a huge variety of different types of music. From indie, to alternative, to even country (sadly), there is something there for everyone. ...

  • Cross country

    Cross country

    Doug McCarthy, Sports Writer

    October 3, 2016

    The new school year has begun which means the start of a new season for cross country. “Cross country is a sport that not only provides a great community for high school students, It also is a place for students to learn just how good of a runner they can be,” said Matt Roach, coach of the girls...

    Senior Catherine Franz closes in on the finish line with great placement at Spanish Lake Park. Photo courtesy of Cameryn High.

Retiring teachers

Hannah Esker, Features Editor

Slowly but surely, every person gets there. You go to college and get a degree. You find a job. You work year after year, and then all of the sudden, you’ve made it--retirement. As this school year draws to a close, three ...

May 5, 2017

People of South: Arya Vaid

Brynn Jackson, Features Writer

If you told your average teenage boy that he could be paid to sit down and play videogames everyday, he might think he was dreaming. But not every average teenager can break world records with their refined video-gaming skil...

May 5, 2017

Jonathan Burt: The Man Behind the Voice of Parkway South

Brynn Jackson, Features Writer

Auditions were held this year for a new student to hold the position as the afternoon announcer: they were looking to add personality and energy into the delivery. “When Mr. Hachmeister came over the intercom one day recruitin...

February 3, 2017

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Former patriot superstars: Where are they now?

Sam Collett, Sports Editor

Though their playing days might be over, alumni athletes are still active in the Parkway South community. They often return for homecoming, charities, and even just stoppi...

May 5, 2017

Girls track

Mark Scott, Sports Writer

POW! Goes the starter pistol and they are off their blocks and the hurdles jumping over their hurdles. “The season has just started and the runners are off to a great star...

May 5, 2017

Rams

Sam Collett, Sports Editor

Last year Stan Kroenke left St.Louis with a hole in its chest. St.Louis had lost a part of us that had been going on for 20 years and had an impact to some that was a memorable...

October 25, 2016

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What can love do at Parkway South?

Liv Salzman, Entertainment Writer

For my sixth and final book review for the Treaty, I feel it is necessary to leave Parkway South with an enthusiastic encouragement to those who remain to read my favorite book of all time -- Love Does by Bo...

May 5, 2017

Ice cream vs. Frozen custard

Ice cream vs. Frozen custard

Vivian Karins, Online Editor

Spoiler alert: Custard wins

May 5, 2017

The Little Paris Bookshop

Liv Salzman, Book Critic

As part of my series of reading books about books, reading The Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George could not have more fooled me more with such a seemingly cliched title. With a title of such grossly...

November 4, 2016

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