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Lunchtime No-Roaming Policy Negatively Impacts Students

Lunchtime No-Roaming Policy Negatively Impacts Students

Felix Hu, Staff Writer

January 30, 2018


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For many, lunchtime is a moment to eat and chat with friends. No classes, no worries. For some, however, lunch serves as an opportunity to check out books from the library, print essays and complete other similar matters. Ladue, unfortunately slashes through these pressing matters by disallowing st...

Advanced Placement Overboard

Advanced Placement Overboard

Sydney Crump, Staff Writer

January 30, 2018


Filed under Opinions, Recent Stories

It’s that time of the year again when high school students are rushing to decide what classes to take next year, but how many Advanced Placement classes is too many? It seems like everyone I know is taking more than three Advanced Placement classes. Although AP classes provide a challenge for student...

Sorry Not Sorry: I’m Not a Fan of “The Office”

Sorry Not Sorry: I’m Not a Fan of “The Office”

Sophia Li, Panorama Editor-in-Chief

January 25, 2018


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Almost everyone with a cable or internet connection has heard of the TV show “The Office.” Ignorant Dunder Mifflin boss Michael Scott can’t keep his nose out of trouble or his coworkers’ business. Comedy ensues. Nine seasons worth of comedy, evidently. The show is pretty successful, garnering a r...

Eating Vegetables: Is It Ethical?

Eating Vegetables: Is It Ethical?

Cindy Wang, News Writer

January 25, 2018


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Neatly trimmed yards, intricately cut bushes, and last but definitely not least, an organic home garden from which the perfect American family clips off some basil for a boost of flavor to that healthy vegetarian salad. Vegetarian? You may ask. Of course, only vegetables, eating meat is evil. Just imagine...

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