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The Ramadan Runner
The Ramadan Runner
Diego Perez Palomino, Staff Reporter • May 12, 2022

Track and Field can be a very demanding sport, requiring hours of practice and dedication. Mohib Kazmi (12), is well versed in commitment and...

Tyler Siegel jumps in joy.
Tyler the Creator (Siegel)
Chase Giancola, Staff Reporter • May 12, 2022

Tyler Siegel (12) is a pretty popular guy walking through the halls of Parkway Central. Most know him for maybe being the manager of the Colts...

A night to remember
A night to remember
Alanna Stovall , Staff reporter • May 12, 2022

Prom was April 23 at Westport. Prom is a really exciting event for juniors and seniors but mostly seniors because it’s their last year. Brittnaee...

Nisha Murali (11) began the Model UN club.
Role Models For Model UN
Carli Alper, Staff Reporter • May 12, 2022

UN stands for the United Nations, an international organization that works to create harmony between the countries of the world. In some high...

Vassilio Flies Solo
Kayelyn Tate, Staff Reporter • May 12, 2022

Most teens spend their junior year studying for the ACT and looking at colleges, but Vassili Georges (12) took his first discovery flight...

Sky Tiggard as Claire and Dillon Steele(10) as Tommy. performing the opening scene of “Little  Women 2: Wrath of the Undead.”
The Senior's Final Curtain
Alyssa Weisenberg, Staff Reporter • May 10, 2022

For the first time in over two years Parkway Central High School did Cabaret Night once again. This year the senior directed one act...

Science Olympiad members Sonali Paranjothi, Karen Lee, Emily Huang, and Emily Wang (11) work together in a science classroom.
State Bound for Science Olympiad
Emma Li, Features Editor • April 1, 2022

Combined with the variety of Speech and Debate and the individuality of an independent study, Science Olympiad has recently been revived with...

Judah playing on stage. Photo courtesy of Judah Sloane.
A Rock Star in the Making
Maya Sagett, Staff Reporter • March 31, 2022

From a young age, Judah Sloane (10) has found his calling in music. Whether it's playing on stage with his church band, rocking out in the studio,...

Alex Moresi (9) reacives medal after fall Cross Country 5K race
On Your Mark, Get Set, Go!
Diego Perez Palomino, Staff Writer • March 31, 2022

To most, endless running would seem like a pointless exercise, or an annoying, yet necessary, part of conditioning for many sports. Yet Alex...

Hannah poses with her saxophone. Photo courtesy of Hannah Wolkowitz
Bars and Beams
Alyssa Weisenberg, Staff Reporter • March 31, 2022

  Friday and Saturday, March 11th and 12th were the dates for this year's Solo and Ensemble competition held at Parkway Central...

Henroid dangles on aerial silks. “Every winter and spring there are student showcases when you get to choreograph your own piece and show it off in front of friends and family,” Henroid said. “Just a few months ago, I did a piece with my sister and that was really fun. I was really proud of that.” Photo by Amanda Henroid.
Hanging by a Thread
Emma Li, Features Editor • February 22, 2022

Soccer and track may be the standard sports that a run-of-the-mill teenager has experienced, but circus is a vault that has been largely untapped...

 Kaylie Kassing (10) posing in her gymnastics leotard at St. Louis Gym Centre.
Worked Her Way Up to Ten
Carli Alper, Staff Reporter • February 22, 2022

Ever since sophomore Kaylie Kassing started gymnastics, she has always known she wanted to reach the highest level in gymnastics, and she has...

Coach Hussmann and JV coach Noushin Bazargani talk to the varsity team during a home game against Herculaneum High School on December 6, 2021.
Hussmann's New Challenge
Maya Sagett, Staff Reporter • February 22, 2022

When it comes to basketball, guidance counselor and varsity coach Paul Hussmann is no stranger to the vigor and precision of the game. As he's...

Alannah Zuber (12) (left) smiles for a picture with her work friend at her job at Sachmos. Photo provided by Alannah Zuber (12).
ARE AFTER SCHOOL JOBS WORTH IT?
Sophia Spicuzza, Staff Reporter • February 22, 2022

Nearly 30% of all high school students have a minimum wage, after-school job. Jobs can be held for many reasons: supporting their family, having...

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