Sucrose is a Sweet Local Business

Sucrose is a Sweet Local Business

Libby Archer, Editor in Chief

March 22, 2018

Sucrose is a delicious and adorable local business that I believe we should all support. For Allison Logan’s birthday, we went to this bakery that Mrs. Stricker suggested in St. Charles. Little did we know, while making the journey out there, that our lives and taste buds would be forever changed. ...

Dear people who stand in the hallway, MOVE

Dear people who stand in the hallway, MOVE

Madeline Lee, News Editor

March 22, 2018

Let’s break it down. There are more than 1,200 students in this school, 13 departments, and one major hallway. When you decide to stop and talk with your friends, hug your significant other, or congregate in an area that makes people need to go around you, you are creating an annoying and dangerous...

Marvel’s Newest Blockbuster Dominates

Marvel's Newest Blockbuster Dominates

Brett Smith, Entertainment Editor

March 22, 2018

  Following the death of his father in the events of Captain America: Civil War, T’Challa returns home to become king. But when a foreigner threatens the fate of Wakanda, T’Challa has to prove himself worthy to defend his homeland and stand as protector and guardian to his people. Black...

Shake Shack Lived Up To The Hype

Libby Archer, Editor in Chief

February 12, 2018

For the first time in Archer’s Atmosphere history, I am not here to completely wreck your favorite new restaurant; I actually really enjoyed Shake Shack. I hopped on the bandwagon and went down to the Central West End to try out the new Shake Shack location. Shake Shack is not your run-of-the-mill...

Album Review: Sounds from the Far East

Album Review: Sounds from the Far East

David Amirdjanian, Staff Writer

February 12, 2018

Soichi Terada is a Japanese electronic music producer, well known for producing the soundtracks for the classic PlayStation hit series, “Ape Escape.” He originally made a name for himself as an underground Deep House producer in the late ‘80s and early 90’s. Soichi gained additional popularity...

Motivation Station: You Can Be a Superstar

Sam Benoist, Graphics Editor and Staff Writer

January 2, 2018

Above you see Kobe Bryant. Globally known as a leader, champion, and legend. Many of us know Kobe from his highlight dunks, generous givings to charity, and as an icon of hardwork. However, his untold story is what truly defines him. Kobe Bryant was born on a mild day in the heart of low-income Ph...

What Makes a Good Teacher?

Adam Burnett, staff writer

December 20, 2017

       With finals coming up and everything, students start to get nervous about their grades and worry if there teacher will give an easy final or round the 89.99 up to an A. Or will this teacher fail me because he hates me. Students going into the new fresh next semester they tend to change out of ...

The ‘G.O.A.T’ Debate isn’t Fair

Los Angeles Lakers President of Basketball Operations Magic Johnson speaks during a news conference introducing the Lakers' first-round draft pick, second overall, Lonzo Ball at the team's training facility in El Segundo, Calif., on Friday, June 23, 2017. (Wally Skalij/Los Angeles Times/TNS)

David Amirdjanian, Staff Writer

December 19, 2017

The ‘Greatest Of All Time’ or G.O.A.T debate is stupid for most sports, especially when it comes to team based games, such as basketball. Each basketball team needs to have five players on the court at all times; after all, it’s a team sport. Each player also has a position that they play, a...

Internet Negativity

Jenna Lazaroff, Staff Writer

December 15, 2017

As most teens are, I'm an avid user of the internet and social media. Every morning as I'm eating my breakfast I check Instagram for the latest post. I respond to my Snapchats, but just to keep my streaks of course, not because I genuinely care about sending my friends a picture of my face. Although ...

Concert Review: Death From Above 1979

David Amirdjanian

December 12, 2017

I've been listening to death from above for a while now, and when I saw that they announced their tour and that they were coming to St. Louis, I was incredibly excited. The tickets were surprisingly cheap and was incredibly delighted by that. This was my first time at the Delmar Hall and I actually...

How to Stay Warm in the Winter

Wesley Henshaw, Staff Writer

November 15, 2017

November is almost gone, and December is creeping around the corner. With December comes winter and with winter comes being cold. Lucky for you, here is a helpful list on how to completely and utterly defeat cold this winter.

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