Shop for Less

Shop for Less

Amanda Espy and Claire Sanden, Staff Writers

December 15, 2017

Lulu’s: This is an online website that has hundreds of several types of dresses that fit the the needs of any girl. Not only is there many different styles to choose from, but the website shares the measurements and height of the model wearing the dresses so shoppers are able to get a better id...

Top 10 Things To Do Around Christmas in St. Louis

Top 10 Things To Do Around Christmas in St. Louis

Allison Eichenlaub and Ashley Moellenhoff, Staff Writers

December 8, 2017

       Ever get bored around Christmas time? Feel like you keep doing the same activities over and over again? Here's a great list of things to do around St. Louis during the holidays. Christmas break is a great time to bond with your loved ones, so why not have a little fun while you’re at it...

NOT MY FAULT BY: HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON

NOT MY FAULT BY: HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON

Samantha Huber, Opinion Editor

November 28, 2017

With the release of her new book, What Happened: Hillary Rodham Clinton, Clinton expertly outlines how her 2016 election loss was an obvious product of everyone being pitted against her. She cannot be held accountable for her comments about the “deplorable” Trump supporters and her blatant neglect ...

What is Net Neutrality

What is Net Neutrality

Isabella Francois, Features Editor

November 17, 2017

Ragin’ Roadways

Ragin’ Roadways

Caroline Hinrichs, Staff Writer

November 8, 2017

Picture your daily routine. You wake up, put on that snazzy WCA uniform, eat breakfast, get in your car, start driving… HONK! Some entitled BMW cuts you off and you have to swerve into the next lane to avoid them. What do you do? Yell at their incompetence? Tail them for the next few miles? ...

Painkiller Culture

Painkiller Culture

Isabella Francois, Feature Editor

November 6, 2017

Last week I tripped while out on a run and sprained my ankle. It was nothing serious, but it was sore and so I took two Advil. Then 8 hours later I took another dose. The next morning my ankle still hurt so I took another dose and this continued on for another two days. However, after my ankle was fee...

Westminster Student Talks Robotics Strategy for Georgia Tech

Westminster Student Talks Robotics Strategy for Georgia Tech

Amanda Berry, Staff Writer

October 30, 2017

Robotics strategy was the topic of the talk that Sam Dare, senior, gave for Georgia Tech on Oct. 14. “I viewed it as a chance to teach people about strategy in FRC (FIRST Robotics Competition)” said Dare. He talked for forty-seven minutes to a crowd of over one hundred people. Unfortunately, Georg...

From the Lab to the Classroom

From the Lab to the Classroom

Bridgette Grimm, Editor-

October 24, 2017

From learning Mandarin, cooking homemade dumplings, and creating calligraphy, the excellence of Chinese class boils down to the one behind it all: Ming Li. Entering her fifth year at Westminster, Mrs. Li couldn’t be happier as a teacher. “I love teaching. Naturally, I have a love for students. I f...

Something Brewing in the Grand Entry

Something Brewing in the Grand Entry

Sophie Moser, Business Manager

October 18, 2017

In the past years, Starbucks was the obvious choice for those in need of coffee or a specialty drink. However, Westminster students have a new fix, found in the Grand Entry. What is now known as Pawprint Coffee began as a series of ideas and trials as students strove to create a business idea that ...

Athletics are More Important Than We Think

Athletics are More Important Than We Think

Lucy Hilboldt, Staff Writer

October 6, 2017

As August approached and fall sports began, it becomes more evident that athletics play a major role in high school student’s social life. Students interests and concerns tend to revolve around sports. High School Athletics Participation Survey found that more than 7.6 million high school students in the US al...

A Teacher’s Chance to Transform Lives

A Teacher’s Chance to Transform Lives

Ava Bidner, Staff Writer

September 26, 2017

Teachers travel to schools all over St. Louis everyday, most with the intention of making an influential change in the lives of their students and others with an uncaring attitude, passing up their chance to make an impact. Whether they make it obvious or not, students genuinely care about their teach...

Not Your Average Chef

Not Your Average Chef

Sophie Moser, Business Manager

September 19, 2017

Being on TV is the dream of many kids, though not many can say they have been successful. However, one Westminster student can claim the honor of appearing on national television - multiple times. The story starts with Ayla Davis, freshman. Her family’s store, ABC Chef’s, is located in the Cheste...

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