Ladue Lead

Going AWAY to College

Salim Douaihy, Opinions Writer

August 28, 2013

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Think big. Where do you see yourself after graduation? Are you studying abroad in a foreign country, conducting oceanic research in the Pacific, or learning the inner workings of the film industry in Hollywood? Whatever you may choose, the likelihood is that you are far away from home. When it comes...

Clubs, not for College

Justin Cole, Web Editor

August 27, 2013

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Extracurricular activities. Ladue has a lot of them. Habitat for Humanity, DECA, Model UN, Science Olympiad, Chess Club, the Young Democrats, the Young Republicans, and Panorama are just a few of the countless clubs, organizations, and activities that attract countless Ladue students to join them. But...

Ladue High School Bus Cuts Necessary

Henok Getahun, Web Writer

August 22, 2013

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Although some high school bus riders may moan and groan because of  the decreased amount of space on the buses, it is fair to say that the reduction was rightly justified. A few student complaints is a small price to pay for a more efficient system. In the first place, the bus reduction was long f...

Ten More Minutes

Justin Cole, Web Editor

August 15, 2013

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Really, Ladue? In just the past year, the school has already gone through some drastic changes. There's a new principal, a new superintendent, and a new School Board president. There were the changes resulting from the highly publicized senior list. There are even new students from Riverview Gardens...

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