Treaty

A cheater never wins

Jada Robinson, Beginning Journalism Students

December 5, 2016

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Looking off a peer's paper, sneaking in a cheat sheet, copying homework or simply asking out loud for an answer. It comes in many different forms, but cheating is cheating. Cheating has become a very popular fall back for students who fo...

The secret life of Dr. Aitch

Sammy Brown and Molly Dacus, Beginning Journalism Students

December 5, 2016

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Beekeeper, house builder, football official, world traveler, teacher and principal. These are all words that describe Parkway South High’s leader, Principal Patrice Aitch. That’s right, most students don’t know it, but Aitch does ha...

Schools button up on dress codes

Eliza Dames, Beginning Journalism Student

December 5, 2016

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With the uprising conflicts of clothing standards and expectations, students and teachers have developed opinions on whether or not dress codes are a violation of the first amendment. Freshman Chloe Lewandowski,  shows her appr...

Clowning business

David Molina and Andrew Crowdus, Beginning Journalism Students

December 5, 2016

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It started in South Carolina and soon spread across the nation.The clowns have been terrorizing school with death threats and kidnap threats.    Principal Eric Wilhelm said he believes that the clowns are just simply hyping u...

Sandy Hook

Maria Politis, Beginning Journalism Student

November 29, 2016

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On December 14, 2012, a seemingly average school day at Sandy Hook Elementary came to an abrupt and terrifying end. Adam Lanza entered the school and shot and killed 20 kids between the ages of 6-7 and 6 faculty members. ...

Nevermore-The Imaginary Life and Mysterious Death of Edgar Allan Poe

Sarah Lommen, Beginning Journalism Student

November 29, 2016

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Looking for something to do on Oct. 20 or 21? Well you should come watch Parkway South’s musical production of Nevermore- The Imaginary Life and Death of Edgar Allan Poe, at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Oct. 20 and 7 p.m. on Oct. 21. F...

Spooky St. Louis

Spooky St. Louis

November 29, 2016

Little Miss Sunshine

Madison Major and Linsey Nicholas, Beginning Journalism Students

November 29, 2016

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Junior, Sophie Reiss, works to spread kindness in the community. Reiss has participated in various pageants around Saint Louis, including Miss Missouri’s Outstanding Teen and was last year’s Miss Chesterfield Valley’s Ou...

The Masks of Halloween

Ally Wiseman, Beginning Journalism Student

November 29, 2016

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Everyone has their views on Halloween, some people do different things on the holiday and others don’t do anything at all. Some people think it's just a day to have fun and dress up and then others celebrate it as a religious hol...

Depression

Brianna Moore, Beginning Journalism Student

November 29, 2016

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Walking through the halls or sitting in a classroom full of high schools students, there is never a day that I don't hear the saying “kill me now” or “ I wish I was dead.” People these days don't take sayings like th...

Halloween History

Ubah Eagal, Beginning Journalism Student

November 29, 2016

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Have you ever wondered where Halloween came from or who thought of the idea to create holiday where kids would dress up and knock on their neighbors doors and receive candy?          Halloween costumes and masks originate from...

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