Located at 6504 Delmar in The Loop, Blueberry Hill is worth the drive and worth the wait. Once at the restaurant you immediately notice the 1970's theme, as they opened in 1972. Though there are no televisions, there are plenty of things hanging on the walls to keep you interested; I have been there... Read more »
Senior Andie Van House is looking forward to Homecoming, but has also enjoyed being a part of the group that plans it, the Student Council Executive Board. "Being on board is really fun because it gets you really involved and lets you make a lot of decisions that you normally wouldn't get to do just... Read more »
Driving the ball over the fence is no doubt a common personal goal among all softball players. For Megan Walker, sophomore, this goal has already been met this season. On Sep. 22 Lafayette faced McCluer North. With the Lancers in the lead 7-2 in the 5th inning, Walker stepped up to the plate with... Read more »
With a personal record of seven seconds flat, this student is a Rubik's Cube connoisseur. Edward Vakula, sophomore, has been highly interested in solving the notorious Rubik's Cube ever since his friend left it at his house one day. "My friend brought a Cube to my house, and I played with it for... Read more »
This year's Taste of St. Louis will take place at Chesterfield Amphitheater starting Friday, Sept. 18-20. Over the course of 11 years Taste of St. Louis has been very successful and I can see why. With some of the most interesting food and bands in town, this is a fun activity without going too far... Read more »
Digital Media staffer, Kevin Chang interviewed students about National Play-Doh Day.