A stack of books. Image courtesy of Pixabay.

Two is Better Than One

Emma Li, Features Editor February 22, 2022

It’s green, memeable, and has a hilarious TikTok account. It’s Duo, the Duolingo Owl.  Duo has been terrorizing unfaithful learners since 2011 with emails and notifications when learners do not...

Official rendering of the Centene Stadium , along with City SC’s training facility in downtown St. Louis. Photo’s courtesy of St. Louis City SC.

City SC 2 To Debut In March

Diego Perez Palomino, Staff Writer February 22, 2022

Soccer enthusiasts were thrilled when St. Louis was granted a Major League Soccer team in 2019, planned to debut in the 2023 season. Three years later, City SC has been expanding in a variety of ways....

During Character Day, the second day of KISS Week, Carine Heller (12) and Nathan Rozanski (12) show off their costumes.

KOH Out, Dance Marathon In

Sasha Smith, Staff Reporter February 22, 2022

Member of STUCO, Ryan Klein (12) remembers how the KOH dance and KISS week used to be before covid. “My best memories are at KOH and KISS Week leading up to it,” Klein (12) said. Keeping in School...

Chart showing the various symptoms of long COVID

Dizziness and coughing and fevers oh my!

Alyssa Davis, Staff Reporter February 22, 2022

Blurred vision, breathlessness, a headache. Coughs rack your body as you struggle to get up, but you can’t. Your joints hurt and you can’t travel very far without becoming exhausted. According to Yale...

David Smith (12) fills out an e-hall pass.

e-hallpass at PCH

Brooke Kraizer, Editor-in-Chief January 27, 2022

E-hall passes are the newest innovation at Parkway Central. The passes were originally created during the 2019-2020 school year to help teachers keep track of students when leaving the classroom. Although...

Products recommended by PCH students. Simple Micellar Cleansing Water (left), CeraVe Daily Moisterizing Lotion (middle), and CeraVe Foaming Facial Cleanser (right).

The Oxymoron in Skincare

Brie Williams, Staff Reporter January 19, 2022

There are a million videos and articles online giving teenagers advice on how to take care of their skin. This advice has been around for as long as anyone can remember; from Marilyn Monroe’s oil cleanse...

Ethan Gegg (11) works out on Sept. 30 in Strength and Conditioning. Photo by Taylor Boaz.

Long Shot or Short Stop

Emma Li, Features Editor January 13, 2022

The most wonderful time of year approaches once more as students once again sign up for classes to take for the next school year. Figuring out credits for graduation, teacher recommendations, familial...

man teaches in a class full of masked students.

COVID-19 Cases at All-Time High

Matthew Bird, Staff Reporter January 8, 2022

On Jan. 5, Dr. Keith Marty, Superintendent of Parkway Schools released a statement detailing the situation in schools. He revealed that 1/5 of teachers were absent on Jan. 5 and student absences were...

New Class to be a Homerun

Matthew Bird, Staff Reporter January 8, 2022

Seniors will have a new English course to pick, as they sign up for classes this month. Sports literature is a class hoping to give students who have less interest in English something they will enjoy...

BSU members meet to discuss current events at Central.

Students for a change

Sophia Spicuzza, Staff Reporter November 22, 2021

BSU is a new club at Parkway Central, but is a well known club with chapters around the country. BSU (Black Student Union) is formed by seniors Nnenna Okpara and Kayelyn Tate with help from Peyton Silas....

Shein’s current home page showcasing their new arrivals, including cheap apparel for the upcoming holiday season. The “New In” tab is constantly updated
with their daily new styles. Screenshot of Shein’s webiste.

The Cost of Great Bargains

Maya Sagett, Staff Reporter November 22, 2021

If you’ve ever purchased from brands like Urban Outfitters, H&M, Topshop, Forever 21, and many others, you’re no stranger to one of this generation’s biggest ethical challenges: fast fashion....

Superintendent Hears Concerns

Matthew Bird, Staff Reporter November 22, 2021

Just one day after students walked out in response to racially charged vandalism, students in Dan Kelty’s second block Spanish class wrote a letter to Superintendent Keith Marty.  Over a month later...

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