Ladue Lead

The disregard of history: Lack of minority representation impacts how students see each other and the world.

The disregard of history: Lack of minority representation impacts how students see each other and the world.

Ande Siegel, Staff Writer

December 20, 2017


Filed under Opinions

In 2014, the Education Fund of the Texas Freedom Network reviewed 43 middle-school and high-school history and government textbooks. They found that most of the textbooks did a poor job at covering minorities’ contributions to U.S. and World history - including African Americans, women, Asian America...

Inequality in the Great Equalizer

Inequality in the Great Equalizer

Daniel Chayet, Staff Writer

December 20, 2017


Filed under Opinions

In America, many consider college to be the “Great Equalizer.” It is said to empower impoverished students and give them the education that they need to succeed in today’s world, their degrees acting as the key that unlocks a world of opportunities. While in college, all have the opportunity to flo...

Move to End Body Shaming

Move to End Body Shaming

Aman Rahman, Staff Writer

December 20, 2017


Filed under Opinions

While the world has always been a somewhat judgmental place, the advent of the Internet and social media has created an environment in which social standards can easily be broadcasted and perpetuated. This is particularly true when it comes to people’s physical appearance. Having personal beauty preferen...

Students and Teachers Should Work Together

Students and Teachers Should Work Together

Hieran Andeberhan, Staff Writer

December 20, 2017


Filed under Opinions

Schools are always trying new ways to improve student learning. Whether it is by implementing new courses into the curriculum or renovating the building. What if the answer to improving education is by looking at the relationship between students and teachers? By paying more attention to this relationship,...

The student news center for Ladue High School
Opinions