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Will Minifie vs. the Radio

Will Minifie vs. the Radio

Will Minifie, Staff Writer

March 12, 2018


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I hate the radio--and it isn’t just because my mom uses it to blare country music at me whenever she’s driving. No...It’s much more personal than that. My passionate hatred travels past country’s 93.7, The Bull. It travels past those sound bites of unknown men that I hear on scan, screaming ...

The secrets of Seaworld

The secrets of Seaworld

Hannah Suffian, In-Depth Editor

February 8, 2018


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Growing up, I have many recollections of trips to Florida and California. The reason these trips are ingrained into my memory is because of one attraction, SeaWorld. I loved visiting SeaWorld and seeing all of the fish and animals that live there. Most importantly, I loved seeing the Shamu show with the ...

What really matters?

What really matters?

Max Baker, Laduelead Editor-in-Chief

February 5, 2018


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It is no secret that Ladue students shy away from controversial topics—but it is not their fault. Last fall, multiple incidents occurred that led to walkouts and protests at the high school. Yet, no organized dialogue was held among students in the classroom. On Jan. 13, I attended my sister’s...

HQ is Now Live

HQ is Now Live

Anna Liner, Opinion Writer

January 31, 2018


Filed under Opinions, Top Stories

Ping. The notification that I have been waiting for all day has finally arrived. I quickly unlock my phone and rush to the app to begin playing the game I anticipate for hours; HQ Live Trivia. Question after question, I guess my way to the correct answers until I finally make it to the last one. I cros...

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