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The protest was led by sophomore Maya Petty. Her and senior Sterling Waldman led the gathering of around 50 students. Photo by Piper Rother.

Students stage walk-out in light of Ferguson

Students walked-out the door as the clock struck noon on Wednesday, Sept. 10, in an attempt to bring awareness of the events in Ferguson and break silence from the school on the issue. “We needed to do something to bring attention that we are bothered by this,” sophomore Maya Petty, […]

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Sports

Senior Luca Vezin chips the ball down the field to try to set up an open teammate on Aug. 14 in the annual Red & White Night.

Boys soccer tops Afton in OT

Rain couldn’t hold Senior Luca Vezin and company back from playing hard against Affton Wednesday night. The poor weather delayed the game an hour but that didn’t work as an excuse for the team. Scoring two goals, one in the 70th minute and one in overtime, Vezin is acclimated to […]

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Features

Teacher assistant works towards film making passion

Teacher assistant works towards film making passion

Following her passion for film making, teacher assistant Miss. Kate Barton helps students all day at school, only got home to follow her true passion. “I’m spending the year writing my own film,” Barton said. “So, when I am not at work, that’s what I am doing.” Barton may walk […]

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PCH-TV

PCHtv Episode 1

PCHtv Episode 1

New Teachers, Theo, Stuco, Man on the Street, Red & White Night, and Marching Band

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Teacher assistant works towards film making passion

Teacher assistant works towards film making passion

Following her passion for film making, teacher assistant Miss. Kate Barton helps students all day at school, only got home to follow her true passion. “I’m spending the year writing my own film,” Barton said. “So, when I am not at work, that’s what I am doing.” Barton may walk […]

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Faces of PCH: Matthew Gibbs

Faces of PCH: Matthew Gibbs

In 2010, senior Matthew Gibbs attended a Mizzou vs Oklahoma football game. At the time, Oklahoma was the number 1 college football team in the country. By some random luck, the Mizzou Tigers managed to beat them. After the game, several of the fans stormed the field and Gibbs was […]

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Rams look awful in home opener

Rams look awful in home opener

Frustrating every Rams fan across the nation, the St. Louis Rams suffered a brutal loss to the Minnesota Vikings this past Sunday by a score of 34-6. Plenty of things went wrong for the Rams, but sometimes it is better to look at the good before the bad. Some bright […]

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iPhone 6 Arrives

iPhone 6 Arrives

On September 19th, Apple will be releasing the latest addition to the Apple products family: the iPhone 6. Several people are excited for the release of the newest version of the iPhone. Many are already making requests for the phone for their birthdays, Christmas, or Hannukah. The iPhone 6 is […]

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Loufest rocks Forest Park

Loufest rocks Forest Park

The weekend of Sept. 6-7, thousands gathered for Loufest in Forest Park, an indie music festival with 40 bands, including headline performers Outkast and Arctic Monkeys. There were four different stages the festival goers could walk between, with performances starting at 12:15 p.m. and going until 10 p.m. each day. […]

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Faces of PCH: Jacob Brand

Sophomore Jacob Brand hoops at the JCC with his friends on the weekends.

Sophomore Jacob Brand works on his basketball skills at the JCC with his friends by playing pick up games. “I cross Michael Man (10) over playing pick up at the J. I crossed him so hard that he almost fell,” Brand said. Along with playing basketball he also enjoys grabbing […]

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Faces of PCH: Kirk Randolph

Senior Kirk Randolph swims and takes AP Statistics. Photo by Hanna Whitehouse.

In an attempt to qualify for state, senior Kirk Randolph began swimming year round for Parkway Swim Club from December to July prior to his junior year while also making time for an AP class. “I made a big jump my junior year and qualified for state,” Randolph said. On […]

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Faces of PCH: Kate McNeal

Faces of PCH: Kate McNeal

Junior Kate McNeal spent her time lifeguarding at Westbury Manor Pool over the summer in order to make money.   “I enjoyed lifeguarding, although it can be really boring and stressful at times,” said Kate.   Kate explained that kids often think of themselves as better swimmers than they really […]

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Faces of PCH: Jeff Eidelman

Faces of PCH: Jeff Eidelman

Although junior Jeffrey Eidelman is a fan of sports, his commitment to school journalism goes well beyond writing for The Corral. “I write teen articles for the Jewish Light, a newspaper distributed biweekly across St. Louis,” Eidelman said. “The stories I write are sent out monthly.” Eidelman dives into the […]

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Faces of PCH: Emily Schenberg

Faces of PCH: Emily Schenberg

Senior Emily Schenberg had an experience with a wild turkey taking place eight years ago in her driveway while it was walking down the sidewalk. “When I looked up, I locked eyes with the turkey. Then I screamed and the turkey screamed,” Schenberg said. Schenberg startled the turkey by screaming […]

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