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The outside of C. Oliver showing the menu and the black owned business sign. Photo taken by Gabby Abowitz.
Black-Owned Restaurants effected by COVID-19
Gabby Abowitz, Photo Editor and Art Director • October 20, 2020

Encouraging people to spend their money at black-owned restaurants seems like a direct way to effect change and help to stand in solidarity with...

Why is it important to support black-owned businesses?
Why is it important to support black-owned businesses?
Maddie Hewgley, Reporter • October 18, 2020

The deaths of Ahmaud Arbery, George Floyd, and Breonna Taylor brought renewed attention to the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement this summer....

The Future of International School Trips
Allison Loudenback, Reporter • October 13, 2020
For the majority of our time at high school, we are taught about different geography, cultures and languages from textbooks and worksheets. However, almost every year, Parkway offers its students opportunities to travel internationally, enriching their perspective on the world and allowing them to experience a period of cultural immersion.
Fall in St. Louis: Things to do
Fall in St. Louis: Things to do
Ellie Mueller, Reporter • October 11, 2020

As the leaves start falling and temperatures drop, fall in Saint Louis has arrived. There are endless (and COVID-19 friendly!) things to do this...

Phenomenal Pikaard
Phenomenal Pikaard
Alex Maisenhelder, Online Manager • October 10, 2020

Matt Pikaard is the Latin teacher here at Parkway Central and has been for the last six years and the Latin teacher at Parkway North for four...

Morley and friends at dinner the night of FOCO
FOCO (fake homecoming)
Brooke Kraizer, News Editor/ Features Editor • October 10, 2020

Homecoming or HOCO is something that students look forward to every year. Buying dresses, getting hair and makeup done, after parties and everything...

Freshman, Ellie Sioumcas on a bike ride with friend on  May 1, 2020.
Lesson Learned
Brie Williams, Reporter • October 9, 2020

It’s no secret that 2020 has been different from every other year we’ve lived through. At first the WWIII memes rolled in, then the helicopter...

Here is a screenshot from the game day event. Photo courtesy of Nicole Voss.
Club Meetings go virtual
Gabby Abowitz, Photo Editor and Art Director • September 25, 2020

Even though the first quarter of school at Parkway Central has been virtual, extracurricular activities and school clubs haven’t let that stop...

Senior Julia Solomon dresses up for the outer space theme day.
Homecoming takes on a new virtual form
Melanie Gubernik, Staff Reporter • September 25, 2020

Many people look forward to the longstanding tradition of homecoming, especially at the oldest high school in Parkway. There is always excitement...

A screenshot taken on the STLCharms instagram account. Photo taken by Gabby Abowitz
Student Entrepreneurs
Gabby Abowitz, Photo Editor and Art Director • September 11, 2020

Everyone has to admit, being in isolation during quarantine was not fun or exciting. Students tried coming up with different activities to keep...

New teachers join amidst virtual learning
New teachers join amidst virtual learning
Melanie Gubernik, Staff Reporter • September 11, 2020

The middle of a pandemic is the perfect time to start a new teaching job. Not so much. The virus is making it difficult for teachers to see students...

Taylor Stern
Flash Flood Leaves Teens Terrified
Abby Prywitch, Editor-in-Chief • September 10, 2020

Most people in a life or death situation would not have an instinct to pick up their phone and start recording. However, for Cat Ke, PCH alumna...

College Map
College Map
Sydney Stahlschmidt, Copy Editor • May 18, 2020

Summer 2020: Not What We Imagined
Summer 2020: Not What We Imagined
Rebecca Barnholtz, Staff Reporter • May 7, 2020

Summer 2020 was supposed to be one for the books, but with the recent emergence of COVID-19, things are not going as planned for a lot of people. Teens...

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