Lafayette has reintroduced the Spirit Wear web store to students and faculty on Oct. 10. The Lafayette web store is a special online website that allows the Lafayette community to choose from various school clothing items with a wide variety of colors and sizes. The items will be shipped directly... Read more »
If you hate trying to search your closet and every shopping center in St. Louis for a dress, you should consider making your own. Sewing is becoming a lost art with the designer clothes and easy to find Macys’ and Targets.... Read more »
Fall has finally arrived, and that means pumpkin spice everything. It’s everywhere: from the pumpkin spice cappuccinos at Starbucks, to pumpkin spice gum, everyone is trying to get their pumpkin spice fix. Not a coffee drinker but still looking for a warm pumpkin spice drink? No problem! This pumpkin... Read more »
"The Last Time I traveled internationally was when I went to Canada on Boy Scouts trip", said Nathaniel Frederickson, junior. Frederickson was a part of a Boy Scout crew this summer called Northern Tier. Their crew went to a Canadian National Park and camped out in the wilderness. Some of the... Read more »
Winter is drawing near and what comes before snow? Rain. Wet, dirty, gross precipitation people will have to walk through every day, ruining beautiful new shoes. Waterproofing your shoes can make that rain a little more bearable. With just a few quick steps that will take only minutes, waterproofing... Read more »
On Wednesday, Sept. 3 at 3:15p.m., the first Philosophy Club meeting took place. 30 students attended, most of them seniors, and discussed the philosopher of the week, Socrates. On this first meeting, Jeff Landow, language arts teacher, gave a brief summary and background of philosophy before... Read more »
The last time senior Jenna Ludwig ate ice cream marked a continuation of a long standing family tradition. On September 1, Ludwig and her family commuted one and half hours to Pittsfield, IL to visit her grandparents. While they were together, her family went to Dairy Ripple, a local ice cream shop. “We... Read more »
Wednesday, July 30th marked the grand opening of Lucky’s Market in Ellisville. Aside from having local, organic food and produce, Lucky’s Market also includes a bakery, deli, café and juice bar. “We seek the freshest local, organic, sustainable and traditionally crafted foods... Read more »
Replacing the Pre-Health Professionals club, a new opportunity this year is HOSA: Future Health Professionals Association. HOSA stood for Health Occupations Students of America up until 2004 when the association decided that the term “health occupations” limited the opportunities students... Read more »
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Digital media staffers talk about being on the digital media staff and give advice for those who will be on staff.
Brendan Rodgers and Jack Robbe explain how to make a how to video.