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The horrors of group testing

The horrors of group testing

Annie Pan, Staff Writer

March 29, 2019

Math, a four letter conundrum that haunts the dreams of millions of students worldwide, is all around us in school. From trying to prove a right triangle has a ninety degree angle to the treacherous vector word problems, there’s never an end to the suffering. But one of the worst results of taking...

More spirit weeks, More problems

More spirit weeks, More problems

Sean Ferguson

March 28, 2019

Since the dawn of time, Ladue High School has had spirit weeks. These vibrant periods of time have served a multitude of purposes: to promote our sports teams, to bring attention to fundraisers, and to celebrate the change of seasons. However, additional spirit weeks do not come without consequence. I...

Do we need more movies in the classroom?

Do we need more movies in the classroom?

Ethan Willick, Staff Writer

March 26, 2019

Ever since the invention of the motion picture camera in 1892 people have considered the practical uses of video. The camera is an under appreciated piece of technology in the modern age. With the popularity of Netflix and Youtube, media has reached more people than ever before, yet teachers don’t us...

Is America really more divided than ever before?

Is America really more divided than ever before?

Adam Rush, Head Copy Editor

March 7, 2019

Since 2016, over and over again, one statement has been echoed ad infinitum. "We as a country are more divided than ever before." Yet recently, I've begun to wonder if that's really true. Now, we as a nation are certainly divided. There's no question about that. But over the past 20 years, has it ever...

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