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Chinchillas, Hedgehogs, and Hens, Oh My!

Chinchillas, Hedgehogs, and Hens, Oh My!

Julia Biest, Web Writer

January 22, 2014

Filed under Features, Top Stories

While most people come home to a dog or cat each day after school, some students are greeted by far less ordinary creatures. Senior Miriam Goldman said she has two female chinchillas, named Shy and Scamper. When Goldman named them as a child, she had a reason for each name. “Scamper got her na...

Attention, please.

Yoav Kadan, Web Editor

December 9, 2013

Filed under Features, Recent Stories

Don’t talk while the teacher is talking. From preschool to high school, any given student must have heard this phrase a thousand times. Although deceptively simple in theory, this overused set of directions proves surprisingly difficult for many students, regardless of age, to successfully follow. ...

Indoor Soccer Allows for an Enjoyable, but Competitive Experience

Hayden Hunt, Features Writer

December 5, 2013

Filed under Features, Recent Stories

When football season comes to an end, indoor soccer takes its place as one of the most popular winter sports. Many boys, and some girls, participate in recreational indoor soccer leagues with their friends. They join to be active and have fun with their peers. Many of the games are late because...

Former Ladue student Pursues Career in Journalism

Jacob Jacob, News Writer

December 1, 2013

Filed under Features, Recent Stories

Ladue and University of Missouri alum Andy Spewak works as a general assignment reporter for WGRZ-TV, the NBC affiliate in Buffalo, New York, during the 10 p.m. to 11 p.m. newscast. He reports on a variety of pressing topics including events related to politics and economics. Spewak’s news assign...

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