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The performance of a new coronavirus vaccine is tested at the Wistar Institute in Philadelphia, but the finished product remains in production. In the meantime, doctors on the front lines of the coronavirus fight are looking to drugs that are already approved for treating other diseases. (Monica Herndon/The Philadelphia Inquirer/TNS)

Quest for the Cure

World experiences unprecedented speeds in the development of drugs to combat COVID-19.
Wesley Henshaw, Editor-in-Chief April 20, 2020

With over 6,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Missouri alone, nearly 2.7 million confirmed cases worldwide and the virus showing no sign of slowing down, a question is on everyone’s minds: Where is...

The Princeton review book for the AP World History Exam.

AP Exams have been Moved to a Virtual Format due to COVID-19

Abby Prywitch, Managing Editor April 20, 2020

While the new coronavirus has impacted many things to be canceled and closed, AP Exams will still be taken this school year. However, due to schools closing, students will no longer be able to take...

In this screengrab from Joebiden.com , Democratic presidential candidate and former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden speaks during a Coronavirus Virtual Town Hall from his home on April 8, 2020 in Wilmington, Delaware. Senator Bernie Sanders announced that he is dropping out of the Democratic presidential race leaving Biden as the presumptive Democratic nominee. (Photo by JoeBiden.com via Getty Images/TNS)

Bernie Sanders drops out of Presidential Race

Alex Maisenhelder, Online Managing Editor April 17, 2020

On April 13 Bernie Sanders officially endorsed Joe Biden for president in a joint livestream, a sight far more common due to the coronavirus. This is the second consecutive campaign in which Sanders has...

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Big Events Postponed Due To COVID-19

Cancellations Among Major Global Events Wake Public up to Severity of Pandemic
Taylor Stern, Staff Reporter April 17, 2020

As everyone knows by now, COVID-19 has caused life altering changes for everyone in more than a few ways. For all kids, teenagers, and college students, this is happening through the closing of schools....

Trey's Top Tracks: March 2020

Trey’s Top Tracks: March 2020

Trey Williams, Op/Ed Editor April 15, 2020

Sunny's Time - Caribou Caribou is a electronica project by Dan Snaith. I hadn't heard anything from him since his new album "Suddenly", and this is my favorite track from the album. This album starts...

Support Your Local Restaurants

Trey Williams, Op/Ed Editor April 5, 2020

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, St. Louis as issued a stay at home order. As a result, every business that requires being physically at their location is going to be hit hard. This means that businesses...

Why You Should Read “Beloved” by Toni Morrison

Trey Williams, Op/Ed Editor March 25, 2020

Imagine having to make this choice: your baby lives a life of slavery, or your baby must be killed. Toni Morrison in her magnum opus “Beloved” is not afraid to ask this question.  “Beloved”...

Trey's Top Tracks: February 2020

Trey’s Top Tracks: February 2020

Trey Williams, Op/Ed Editor March 15, 2020

Run - Joji Just like “Slow Dancing in the Dark” in 2018, Joji has come out of nowhere with possibly his best song yet, “Run”. Joji’s voice is incredible. It seems like with every new single...

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One Billion Lions vs. “All” Pokémon

Why one billion lions would absolutely destroy all non-legendary Pokémon in a fight.
Wesley Henshaw, Editor-in-Chief February 27, 2020

So I've been arguing with my friends about this, and I don't know where it came from. Regardless, I'm here to say why one billion lions would crush all the Pokémon. First things first, let me set...

Ultimate Frisbee

James Sherstoff and Brandon Smith February 25, 2020

In the year of 2014, a new era began. An idea was born, an idea to start a new club at Parkway Central. This club would be one where a variety of students could come together and be apart of a team. With...

Bigger Than Gaming

How Game Club has brought students together.
Amari Sewer, Staff Reporter February 24, 2020

Although there is a stereotype that gamers play video games by themselves in their basement, Game Club allows gamers at PCH to play video games and socialize with others who share the same gaming interest. It...

Freshmans Laila Jones and Estefania Gil at the dogs and ice cream program.

Best Buddies

Rebecca Barnholtz and Gabby Abowitz February 24, 2020

Best Buddies is a nonprofit organization founded in 1989 that works toward bridging the gap between those with and without physical and intellectual disabilities. They do this through having multiple chapters...

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