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The Last Time I… Got a Concussion

The Last Time I… Got a Concussion

Amanda Shaw, Assist. Webmaster
April 21, 2015
Filed under Features, The last time I...

For Callahan McAndrew, junior, headaches went to a whole new level and it happened just before school started. “The first time I got a concussion I was at the barn where I ride horses and I was working. I had bent over and a horse was next to me and as I stood up, the horse jerked his head towards... Read more »

Out and About: Taco and Pita Grill exceeds expectations, serves authentic ethnic food

Out and About: Taco and Pita Grill exceeds expectations, serves authentic ethnic food

Alex Kessler, Reporter
April 17, 2015
Filed under Features, Out and About

You might remember where Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) was on Manchester in Ballwin. Well, Taco and Pita Grill recently took its place with a whole new style of cuisine. Upon entering Taco and Pita Grill, the restaurant gives off a different vibe. With colorful paintings hanging on the walls and an... Read more »

Humans of Lafayette

Humans of Lafayette

Megan Rigabar, Webmaster
April 10, 2015
Filed under Features, Humans of Lafayette

"Last summer my dad and I rode our bikes to Colorado while my mom and brother drove our support vehicle. It took 10 days and was about 1,000 miles. While preparing in the spring, I stressed about everything that could go wrong, but the trip turned out to be pretty easy. It was basically flat until we... Read more »

Club Spotlight: Latin Club

Jack Rogan, Life Editor
April 8, 2015
Filed under Club Spotlight, Features

One of the smaller, less-known clubs at Lafayette is Latin Club. While Latin Club is technically a club representing the Latin language, it also is open to students who are not involved with the language. Latin teacher Richard Esswein sponsors the club and describes it as more of a social atmosphere... Read more »

DIY: How To Build Scale Model Airplanes – Part 1

DIY: How To Build Scale Model Airplanes – Part 1

Bryan Woode, Reporter
April 7, 2015
Filed under DIY, Features

Building scale model airplanes is a lifetime hobby and can be a very rewarding. This is a hobby that can be done from the age of 10 and up. Before I get into my guide on how to build plastic scale model airplanes, I need to explain every step necessary in order to begin. Scale models are artistic projects... Read more »

Through These Halls: Heather Kellenberger has good scents

Through These Halls: Heather Kellenberger has good scents

Mary Adcock, Reporter
April 6, 2015
Filed under Features, Through These Halls

Senior Heather Kellenberger has been working at Yankee Candle Company for almost two years. She also has worked at Scentsy, a scented wax company, for about four months. "I just help people find the scents they like. I suggest complementary ones and then I check them out," Kellenberger said of her... Read more »

Out and About: Asian House provides fresh cuisine, friendly service

Out and About: Asian House provides fresh cuisine, friendly service

Anna James, News and Numbers Editor
April 2, 2015
Filed under Features, Out and About

In my opinion, Asian House in the Clarkson Clayton center is one of the best restaurants around for Chinese food. After searching for a great Chinese restaurant, I found one through a friend of my brother. I went for the first time and I realized this would be my go-to Chinese place. The small... Read more »

Club Feature: Artists Guild

Amanda Shaw, Asst. Webmaster
March 31, 2015
Filed under Club Spotlight, Features

Students choose to express themselves through art by dancing, singing and acting—all activities available through classes, clubs and teams. One club is the Artists Guild. Artists Guild is an art club open to all students from all grade levels. Members get the opportunity to see guest artists, learn... Read more »

DIY: How to tie a neck tie

DIY: How to tie a neck tie

Garrett McBay, Reporter
March 23, 2015
Filed under DIY, Features

With Prom coming up, one thing many guys don't know how to do is tie there own tie. With these eight simple steps, anybody can make a rudimentary tie knot in no time.

Humans of Lafayette

Humans of Lafayette

Madison Kesselring, Business Manager
March 12, 2015
Filed under Features, Humans of Lafayette

“I entered the Eco Sustainability Art Show for St. Louis Community College, and I won first place overall and first place from Lafayette. My piece is a portrait of my friend Jennifer. She is a big advocate for the ecosystem and a horticulturist, so I thought she would be the best person to feature... Read more »

Through These Halls: McRae finds comfort in concerts

Through These Halls: McRae finds comfort in concerts

Alaina Strollo, The Feed Editor
March 12, 2015
Filed under Features, Through These Halls

Music has always been a significant aspect of junior Aubrey McRae's life. In the past year alone, McRae has attended 10 concerts. In total, she has been to around 25 concerts. "I go to so many concerts because it makes me happy," McRae said, "I really enjoy music and bands, so getting to see them... Read more »

Out and About: The Wolf provides a cool vibe, delicious coffee

Out and About: The Wolf provides a cool vibe, delicious coffee

Jessica Collins, Reporter
March 11, 2015
Filed under Club Spotlight, Features

If St. Louisans were asked to envision a coffee house around the area, places like Starbucks and Dunkin' Donuts would come to mind. When craving coffee, most people desire caffeine and a few breakfast treats. I wanted to try something new, so I ventured down Clayton Road to get the full Wolf experience.... Read more »