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Photo gallery: Ladue vs SLUH (Freshman soccer)

Photo gallery: Ladue vs SLUH (Freshman soccer)

Carolina Alisio, Photographer

September 19, 2017


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Ladue ties SLUH 1-1. The Rams trailed 1-0 at the half but Adam Ozimkiewicz scored to tie the game.

Camp in fall?

Camp in fall?

Lily Hauptman, Panorama Editor-in-chief

September 18, 2017


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70 Ladue High School juniors and senior volunteered as counselors at Sixth Grade Camp this year. Counselors either worked the first session, from Sunday, Sept. 10 to Wednesday, Sept. 13 or second session, Tuesday, Sept. 12 to Friday, Sept. 15. “[Sixth Grade Camp] was an amazing experience,” senior and c...

LouFest Lovin’

LouFest Lovin’

Anya Tullman, In-Depth Editor

September 11, 2017


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Forest Park was packed, full of concertgoers from near and far Sept. 9-10 for a much anticipated annual event: LouFest. LouFest is a musical festival that attracts young and old, with plenty of delicious taco and burger stations. “[LouFest] is really fun because so many different people go and everyone is deck...

Photo Gallery: Ladue vs SLUH (football)

Photo Gallery: Ladue vs SLUH (football)

Madi Ward, Photographer

August 31, 2017


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Ladue defeats SLUH 24-14 to improve their record to 1-1 Aug. 25. Ladue wide receiver, Dale Chesson catches three touchdown passes from quarterback P.J. Hensley.

AP Spanish class pilots service project

AP Spanish class pilots service project

Joel Hsieh, Writer

May 18, 2017


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Might we offer some asistencia? Throughout the 2016-2017 school year, the Ladue AP Spanish Language and Culture class, led by Maritza Sloan, took part in the first year of a pilot program called “AP with WE Service,” in which AP students apply what they learn in class to create a service project tha...

Ladue soccer returns from Kansas City

Ladue soccer returns from Kansas City

Hope Shimony, Writer

May 15, 2017


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The Ladue girls’ varsity soccer team took its talents to Kansas City Apr. 21. The team participates in this tournament every year to improve its skills and compete with other teams within the state. While competing in this out-of-town tournament, the team played in three tough games, pulling out...

Ladue Quiz Bowl revives their spring tournament

Ladue Quiz Bowl revives their spring tournament

Felix Hu, Writer

April 14, 2017


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On Saturday, the first of April, Ladue Horton Watkins High School’s Quiz Bowl team members stood at the school’s doors welcoming competitors for the sixth iteration of the Ladue Invitational Spring Tournament, more commonly referred to as LIST. After the previous Quiz Bowl captain left  in 2015, the t...

Meet the Board of Education Candidates

Meet the Board of Education Candidates

Cindy Wang, Writer

April 6, 2017


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Many concerned students and families attended the Meet The Board of Education Candidates conference Mar. 27. In the cafeteria, teachers, principals, substitutes and students wrote questions for the candidates. Andy Bresler, Carolyn Jaeger and Steve Spratt terms will end in April which will open up...

Gutchewsky earns Teacher of the Year recognition

Gutchewsky earns Teacher of the Year recognition

Connie Chen, Writer

March 9, 2017


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Before becoming an English teacher, Kim Gutchewsky wanted to become a journalist. Luckily for Ladue, that didn’t happen. She has now been an English teacher for over 17 years at Ladue High School. This year, she was awarded Teacher of the Year. During a meeting, the faculty announced that Gutchewsky...

Encore for Run and Run S’more

Encore for Run and Run S’more

Anya Tullman, Writer

March 3, 2017


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Hundreds of people gathered at Ladue Middle School despite the chilly weather to support the Jackson Hill Foundation Feb . They participated in an event called Run and Run S’more. Sophomore Maggie Lochmoeller is an ambassador to the race and is thrilled about the event’s success. “Run and...

Dancing for those who can’t

Dancing for those who can’t

Malavika Kumaran, Writer

February 14, 2017


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Ladue students showcased their lively pairs of left feet Saturday, Feb. 4 in honor of the whopping $44,000 raised for the Children's Miracle Network. The Dance Marathon event ran from noon to 6 p.m. in the school cafeteria. The nationwide organization raises funds and awareness for children in hospitals,...

No delay for protests at Lambert

No delay for protests at Lambert

Hope Shimony, Writer

February 14, 2017


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President Donald Trump passed a controversial executive order Jan. 27. The purpose of the order was to protect the United States from foreign terrorism by not allowing entry to citizens from several Muslim-majority countries: Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. Protests have popped up...

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