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Graduate helps feed children of Mali

Corral Staff

May 8, 2012

Many graduates move on to make a difference in their communities, sometimes even at a global scale. Andrew Peace, a member of the 2007 graduating class, does just that. Peace is the country co-director of Project Peanut Butter in Mali, a country in western Africa. Project Peanut Butter is a non-profit...

Titanic Centennial Weekend

Titanic Centennial Weekend

Daniel Roman

April 5, 2012

The sinking of Titanic was devastating to the world in 1912 with the loss of 1,500 lives and the largest movable object in history. There have been countless movies and books produced in honor of the fabulous ship. Friday, April 13, through Sunday, April 15. St. Louis will be commemorating the centennial...

Teacher Prom Quiz Answers

Teacher Prom Quiz Answers

Corral Staff

April 5, 2012

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Can drive creates school-wide competition

French teacher Lori Turnage poses with her cans during Canstruction. Turnage's class won the food drive competition this year.

Corral Staff

April 4, 2012

  In late February and early March, the food drive took over almost every classroom in the school. Students rolled large plastic bins overflowing with cans from classroom to classroom twice a week, collecting food donations. A large paper meter hung prominently on the wall to display leading cla...

Tivoli goes beyond typical theatre, creates movie atmosphere

Tivoli goes beyond typical theatre, creates movie atmosphere

Corral Staff

April 4, 2012

A 29-foot-tall sign calls your name as you wander down the sidewalks of the Delmar Loop.  You can almost smell the popcorn as you approach the old fashion box office embroidered with Hollywood-esque lights.  As you head inside an employee offers a snack or a ‘soda pop.’  Walking through the corridors you step back in time through the hand-collected and hand assemble...

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