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Gutchewsky earns Teacher of the Year recognition

Gutchewsky earns Teacher of the Year recognition

Connie Chen, Writer
March 9
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Before becoming an English teacher, Kim Gutchewsky wanted to become a journalist. Luckily for Ladue, that didn’t happen. She has now been an English teacher for over 17 years at Ladue High School. This year, she was awarded Teacher of the Year. During a meeting, the faculty announced that Gutchewsky...

Encore for Run and Run S’more

Encore for Run and Run S’more

Anya Tullman, Writer
March 3
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Hundreds of people gathered at Ladue Middle School despite the chilly weather to support the Jackson Hill Foundation Feb . They participated in an event called Run and Run S’more. Sophomore Maggie Lochmoeller is an ambassador to the race and is thrilled about the event’s success. “Run and...

Ladue hosts annual blood drive

Ladue hosts annual blood drive

Mackenzie Hines-Wilson, Opinions writer
March 1
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The annual Ladue blood drive held allowed students and teachers the opportunity to donate blood to benefit people in hospitals across the country Feb. 24. The event has been organized by the Red Cross Club for the past two years and is sponsored by math teacher Laura Kaufman. The event is meant to...

Dancing for those who can’t

Dancing for those who can’t

Malavika Kumaran, Writer
February 14
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Ladue students showcased their lively pairs of left feet Saturday, Feb. 4 in honor of the whopping $44,000 raised for the Children's Miracle Network. The Dance Marathon event ran from noon to 6 p.m. in the school cafeteria. The nationwide organization raises funds and awareness for children in hospitals,...

No delay for protests at Lambert

No delay for protests at Lambert

Hope Shimony, Writer
February 14
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President Donald Trump passed a controversial executive order Jan. 27. The purpose of the order was to protect the United States from foreign terrorism by not allowing entry to citizens from several Muslim-majority countries: Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. Protests have popped up...

Witnessing history

Witnessing history

Adam Rush, Writer
January 27
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Many students from Advanced Placement United States History departed Jan.19 on a trip to Washington D.C. to visit different historical sites and events. Over the course of their weekend, the students visited memorials, participated in the Women’s March and attended the presidential inauguration. Sam...

Beginning of BioMed

Beginning of BioMed

Hannah Suffian, Writer
January 27
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As second semester kicks off, Ladue students are creating schedules for next year. Ladue High School offers many types of classes. In particular, the science department has many excellent options. A new class called Principles of Biomedical Science, which is part of a program called Project Lead The...

Students who have bought 2017 Rambler Yearbook

Students who have bought 2017 Rambler Yearbook

Rambler Yearbook Staff
January 11
Filed under Breaking News, News, Top Stories

Listed below are students who have purchased a yearbook for the 2016-17 school year. Last names are listed in alphabetical order. Don’t see your name but you believe you’ve bought a yearbook? [email protected] To buy your yearbook, go to Yearbookordercenter.com and enter in school number 8041, or bring $68 c...

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Side effects may include…

Mackenzie Hines-Wilson, Opinions writer
November 18
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Anti-Trump protests occurred across the country for 6 days straight after Trump was chosen as the President-elect Nov. 9. Protests have erupted in many major cities in the U.S., including St. Louis, and even in foreign countries such as Germany. Many of the protesters have been students expressing ...

Ladue students leave school to protest at Administrative Center

Ladue students leave school to protest at Administrative Center

Katie Bry, Julia Biest, and Lily Hauptman
November 16
Filed under Breaking News, News, Photo, Photo Galleries, Top Stories

A large group of diverse, politically driven students shared their voice and congregated to protest recent events during the end of the school day, Nov. 16. As they chanted "No Justice. No Peace," together the students marched to the the Ladue District Board office in order to question the disciplinary...

New language honor society members get inducted

New language honor society members get inducted

Sophia Li, News Editor
November 16
Filed under News

Ladue’s three language honor societies, la Société Honoraire de Française, Delta Epsilon Phi and la Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica held their new member induction Nov. 9 in the Performing Arts Center. The event featured candle lighting and speeches from principal Brad Griffith and superintendent ...

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