Marrissa Farrell, a young black women, sits in a podcast studio

Behind the Bucket List: English Teacher and husband own popular social media brand

Matthew Bird and Brandon Shih April 10, 2023

English teacher Marissa Farrell never thought that her hobby could have such a big impact on the St. Louis region. “This sounds really weird to say, but we’ll go somewhere and people...

Junior Janice Fu experiments using an embroidery hoop. Photo courtesy of Hiya Bist.

Stitching Friendships and Seams

Alyssa Weisenberg, Photo Editor April 4, 2023

New clubs are popping up all over school. Just this semester the start of The Embroidery Club and the Badminton Club have announced their arrival with posters on the walls and doors of the school. Junior...

Four Points of Purim

Alyssa Weisenberg, Photo Editor April 4, 2023

Reyla Green delivering a monologue as Sadie, the titular character of Gee’s Bend.

Gee’s Bend: Black Resistance

Kriti Dhaduvai, Staff Reporter February 24, 2023

"Let us march on till victory is won.”  These poignant lyrics of the de facto Black National Anthem echo throughout Parkway Central Theatre’s production of Gee’s Bend. Repeated once more as the...

Jen and John Meyer with their children, Willow and Brooks, while traveling in Utah. Photo courtesy of John Meyer.

A Q&A With Married Teachers

Maya Sagett, Features Editor February 24, 2023

Wouter Kapman (Center) stands with his host-parents, Laura (right) and McLeod Patton (left) after arriving in America.

Nether A Good Time For A New Student

Sophie Spicuzza, Co Editor-in-Chief February 24, 2023

Imagine moving 4,393 miles away from home your senior year of high school to a new country. This is the reality for Wouter Kapman, Central’s newest foreign exchange from the Netherlands. Kapman came...

Freshman Serena Huang and senior Emily Huang meet with their representative Ann Wagner from MO 2 district, who congratulates them on their win.

Code for Congress and Future

Esther Wang, Staff Writer February 24, 2023

It’s a moment that the Huang sisters will never forget: standing for a photo with U.S. Congresswoman Ann Wagner. Wagner was also the former U.S. Ambassador to Luxembourg,  who also serves on both the...

Reeves leads a Community Circle in her Algebra 2 class. Photo by Will Edwards.

Reaching for Insπration

Emma Li, Co Editor-in-Chief February 24, 2023

In January, math teacher Sarah Reeves was voted by fellow teachers as the 2023 building Teacher of the Year for Central High. A decade into teaching, with all of those 12 years at Central, Reeves has established...

Symphonic Orchestra bowing to the audience in the Orchestra Concert on Nov 10.

The Journey To Carnegie

Kriti Dhaduvai, Staff Reporter January 18, 2023

One would assume that the journey from St Louis to New York is a trifling 2 hours and 20 minutes, but for the PCH Orchestra, the journey spans a good couple of months. From the fundraising, to the concerts,...

Running Around The World

Running Around The World

Landon Chen, Staff Reporter January 16, 2023

Traveling to places like Belgium and Japan is a dream for many students, but for sophomore Sohji Matsuda, it was his real life, and it wasn't always good. Matsuda moved seven times because of his father's...

Image courtesy of Pixabay.

Keeping in Touch

Emma Li, Co Editor-in-Chief November 16, 2022

Karina Sharafutdinova, senior, she/her & Marina Shkurat, junior, she/her   How did you meet each other? We were in the same class in school when I was in Russia. The school system is...

Latin Teacher Matt Pikaard teaches Latin 3 students after a game of Blooket. Photo by Brayden Chen.

Dead, But Not Gone

Diego Perez Palomino, Staff Reporter November 16, 2022

Learning a second language is something that many students strive to acquire, as it can be incredibly helpful for commuting with people all around the world, as well as giving you an insight into other...

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