• College fair tonight at Eureka from 6:30 to 8p.m. September 15, 2014

  • Underclassmen who need a pic retake need to report to Room 137A for a pass. Retakes are Sept. 15 September 8, 2014

  • Follow us on Twitter! @LHSImage December 10, 2013

Qwertee, fun way to buy user created clothes

Qwertee, fun way to buy user created  clothes

Garrett McBay, Reporter
September 17, 2014
Filed under Opinions, Reviews

Graphic tees are a great way to show off something you love, but tees you love can be few and far between. Whether it's the wrong quote, movies or shows you don't like, or it just looks bad, a shirt that's interesting and cool can be hard to find. Qwertee.com aims to fix this problem through community... Read more »

Cardinals struggling in first month of season, new player hopes to spark offense

Cardinals struggling in first month of season, new player hopes to spark offense

Hannah Marshall, Webmaster
April 30, 2014
Filed under Opinions, Opinions

The 2013 National League champions had their first game at the beginning of April. After a rocky start against our rivals, the Cincinnati Reds, the Cardinals have been shaky through the next several weeks. Individual, players are playing well; improving batting averages, hitting homers and hustling... Read more »

Mike Mullin, Gateway Award winner and Taekwondo black belt, wows students

Mike Mullin, Gateway Award winner and Taekwondo black belt, wows students

Emily Altic, Reporter
April 20, 2014
Filed under Opinions, Reviews, Top Stories

The Library was able to provide students with an amazing privilege to experience the speech of award winning author, Mike Mullon. Mullen, known for his series Ashfall, has won multiple awards, including making the 2013-2014 Gateway list and earning his place as a nominee for a Reader's... Read more »

Enjoying yourself is more important than filling up applications

Avery Cantor, Features Editor
March 5, 2014
Filed under Opinions, Opinions

From the moment you enter high school, you are constantly told to “get involved,” and, yes, involvement will help you meet new people, develop a sense of achievement and enjoy your overall high school experience. However, somewhere in the timeline of your teenage years, being involved translates... Read more »

Bikram yoga: separating fact from fiction concerning the country’s hottest new workout

Megan Rigabar, Asst. News Editor
February 26, 2014
Filed under Opinions, Opinions

For many people, taking a high-intensity 90 minute bikram yoga class in 105 degree heat does not sound very appealing. The real appeal lies in the numerous health benefits that bikram yoga advertises including cleansing and detoxification of the body, increased flexibility, weight loss and above all,... Read more »

LHS Craft Corner: The DIY Pocket Square

LHS Craft Corner: The DIY Pocket Square

February 24, 2014
Filed under Blog, Opinions, Top Stories

In the third installment of the LHS Craft Corner, bloggers Emily Altic and Gabby Breiten show you how to create DIY pocket squares, the perfect way to accessorize a boring t-shirt.

Story of the Year returns to their hometown for a goodbye show before breaking up

Story of the Year returns to their hometown for a goodbye show before breaking up

Jennifer Butler, Entertainment Editor
February 13, 2014
Filed under Opinions, Reviews, Top Stories

On Feb. 7, The Pageant hosted the St. Louis-based band, Story of the Year. They have been together since 2003 when their debuted album, Page Avenue, came out to the public. However, after 10 years, Story of the Year has decided to end their careers as musicians. They went on a world-wide tour to... Read more »

Stars in the news: Bieber, Swift and Cyrus

Stars in the news: Bieber, Swift and Cyrus

Hannah Marshall, Webmaster
February 6, 2014
Filed under Opinions, Opinions

It’s incredible to think that this little pop singer from Canada has risen so high over the past few years to fall so hard in just a few short months. Justin Bieber has been much loved by his beliebers for years now; they have followed and supported him through thick and thin, but enough... Read more »

Day in the Life: State Champions; the journey continues with a visit to Jefferson City, national recognition

Day in the Life: State Champions; the journey continues with a visit to Jefferson City, national recognition

Madison Kesselring and Hannah Marshall
January 20, 2014
Filed under Blog, Opinions, Sports, Team Coverage, Top Stories

Varsity girls volleyball has won the State title again in November, and after three consecutive years, they’re drawing a lot of attention. The Missouri State Congress credited the team for their hard work and determination on Jan. 14, 2014 in an open session. Local... Read more »

Clash of the titans

Clash of the titans

Alex LaMar, Opinions and Entertainment Editor
December 11, 2013
Filed under Opinions, Opinions, Top Stories

Over the last weekend, Marvel Studios released the first trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and the internet is alive once more in anticipation. Marvel movies are often cheesy and always subject to blatant “sequelizing,” but people love them anyway. According to the Internet Movie Database... Read more »

Annual Y98 Mistletoe Show makes for an intimate night with famous artists

Annual Y98 Mistletoe Show makes for an intimate night with famous artists

Jennifer Butler, Reporter
December 9, 2013
Filed under Opinions, Reviews, Top Stories

At the Family Arena on Dec. 8, about 5,000 people gathered to see famous artists Five For Fighting, Colbie Caillat, Gavin Degraw, Backstreet Boys and Avril Lavigne for the annual Y98 Mistletoe Show. Half of the arena was used for the show, making a smaller venue and a better experience for the audience.... Read more »

Day in the Life: A Dance to Remember

Day in the Life: A Dance to Remember

Megan Rigabar, Reporter
December 9, 2013
Filed under Blog, Opinions, Top Stories

For many families, seeing the Nutcracker is a holiday tradition. For others, it is just a show to sit through. As a dancer, the Nutcracker is the one constant in a busy ballet season. Since I was nine years old, I have been a member of Alexandra Ballet, a non-for-profit performing arts company.... Read more »