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Safety Debated With Students use of Uber

Logan Potts, Staff Writer

March 22, 2018

Need a lift? Get out your phone and use the Uber app if you’re ever in serious need of a ride. Uber was founded in 2009 by Garrett Camp and Travis Kalanick. In addition, Uber has been one of the fastest growing companies in the world. According to recode.net, Uber gave 4 million rides in 2017 alone....

Administration discusses security in wake of concerns

Madeline Lee, News Editor

March 22, 2018

In wake of recent tragedies and discussions, concerns have been raised over the amount of security in schools and how it should evolve to make students safer. In the wake of recent school shootings, as well as the term “mass shooting generation” being used to describe students, there have been countless...

Parkway Central students walk out to honor Parkland shooting victims and demand change

Parkway Central students walk out to honor Parkland shooting victims and demand change

Corral Staff

March 14, 2018

Colts Demand Action, a student-run anti-gun violence group at Parkway Central, took a slightly different approach to the National School Walkout.  Students marched to the flagpole at 9:25 a.m. on Wednesday where dozens listened to speakers including seniors Hannah Maurer, Ashley Berghoff, and Zoë Rosenberg. "We...

Celebrate Central Preview

Madeline Lee, News Editor

March 8, 2018

On March 9th, students will travel with their B-day classes to various presentations in the second annual Celebrate Central day. "One of my classes is going to the poverty simulation," freshman Alexia McCade said. "I think it will be interesting to put myself in their shoes." Among the topics available...

Chesterfield Mall Future in Limbo

Chesterfield Mall Future in Limbo

Gabby Abowitz, Staff Writer

February 12, 2018

 The future of Chesterfield Mall is unknown as of now, but there have been a few theories announced. In a story published by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on July 17, 2017, Chesterfield’s Economic Development Director Libbey Malberg-Tucker said that eventually the mall will likely change. “We know...

UPDATE: Delivery Plans for Puerto Rico Supplies Change, Arrive Dec. 14

PCH donations reach Puerto Rico on Dec. 14, 2017.

Wesley Henshaw, Staff Writer

December 19, 2017

Due to recent budgeting concerns, the supplies collected from the Puerto Rico drive are planned to be delivered by sea instead of the previously planned air transport. The expectation is to deliver the supplies by Thanksgiving. Nicole Voss, Theater Department Chair and active participant in the managing...

Democrats Score Key Senate Seat In Huge Upset In Alabama

Henry T. Eubank, Staff Writer

December 15, 2017

Doug Jones (D) beat Judge Roy Moore (R) in a thrilling finale to a special election senate race. Moore's campaign was plagued by sexual assault allegations from 8 different women, the youngest being 14. Many believe it were these allegations that held many voters from coming to the polls. However, the ra...

District Pantry Helps Those in Need for the Holidays

Wesley Henshaw, Staff Writer

December 13, 2017

The Parkway Food Pantry, headed by social workers such as Diane Peterson and Esmeralda Felix, helped many food insecure families this year have a Thanksgiving, giving away Thanksgiving kits to those in need across Parkway. “We distributed about 50 Thanksgiving kits which were for our food insecure...

Spur, Corral win national awards

Spur, Corral win national awards

Christine Stricker, Adviser

November 21, 2017

​1. Freshman Sydney Kolker and new PCH journalism adviser Christine Stricker attended the National High School Journalism Conference in Dallas, TX, Nov. 15-18 and accepted awards on behalf of the Spur yearbook and Corral newspaper. 2. Libby Archer and 2017 grad Evan Mogley who won Hon...

Upperclassmen fight for Powder Puff champion title

Athena Stamos, Managing Editor

November 13, 2017

Juniors and seniors have the option to participate in Powder Puff every year. The guys are the coaches, and the cheerleaders. Additionally, the girls participate in flag football. The official game is on Nov. 20 at 7 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. Participants had to attend at least two out of the three practices offered after scho...

Six semifinalists compete for National Merit

Athena Stamos, Managing Editor

November 3, 2017

Six students were semifinalists for National Merit for the PSAT, the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test. Semifinalists include seniors Daniel Buffum, Justin Fang, Eyal Kattan, John Kim, Anusha Manjunath, and Jonathan Yn who all scored in the top percentage compared to other Missouri applicants. ...

Vaping has dire effects, some students ignore

Madeline Lee, News Editor

November 3, 2017

Going by many names, and most well known as vaping or electronic cigarettes (e-cigs), some students ignore the scientifically proven negative effects and partake in the activity daily. One student in particular, junior L.*, usually vapes on the way to school. However, she doesn’t stop once she get...

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