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The long years of teaching: Ladue’s veteran staff members

The long years of teaching: Ladue’s veteran staff members

Charlotte Madden, Staff Writer

January 9, 2019

Some people wish high school lasted longer. Imagine returning to the place you visited every day for four years to sit in the same seats you sat in 20 years prior. For teachers like Adam Durham and Jonathan Robbins, high school lasts forever. Though these alums are at the same school as they were years ago...

Ladue senior hopes to pursue art career

Ladue senior hopes to pursue art career

Anna Apolinarski, Staff Writer

January 8, 2019

“You have to keep working on your piece until you hate it.” - A strange thing to hear from someone who draws for many hours everyday and plans on making it their profession. Anna Fiacco is a senior at Ladue High School who is currently working on completing applications to study art in college.  ...

A case for Mock Trial

A case for Mock Trial

Annie Pan, Staff Writer

January 8, 2019

After school, Mr. Miller leads the members of Mock Trial a they gather around desks, eagerly waiting for the club to begin. Some members are talking, filling the room with conversations, while others are quietly seated, waiting for the last few people to trickle in. The desks are arranged in a neat fo...

The Ross siblings capture Ladue

The Ross siblings capture Ladue

Sophia Liu, Staff Writer

January 8, 2019

Having a sibling isn't always easy. There's fighting, bickering and the classic "I'm the favorite." For triplets Megan, Lauren and Connor Ross, the experience is unique but just like any other sibling experience there is to offer. "We fight a lot, it's usually over the car we share. We always argue...

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