Nov 02

Parkway North Meets Donation Goal During Annual Blood Drive

On Oct. 31, the North High community volunteered to donate blood to Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center. Much like vampires on Halloween, workers arrived to draw blood from voluntary victims, not for their own gain, but for the health and wellness of patients in need of healthy blood. “I wanted to give blood because I …

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Oct 31

NFL Protests Cause Division Among Country

“I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color. To me, this is bigger than football and it would be selfish on my part to look the other way. There are bodies in the street and people getting paid leave …

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Oct 23

Cast And Crew Of Play On! Prepare For Opening Night At North High

Sets, costumes, blocking. All these things go into making a successful North High theater show. After months of hard work, students working on North High’s Play On! are making the final preparations before opening night on Oct. 25. While their time working on this show is coming to a close, many still have something to …

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Oct 23

The Dangers of Halloween Are Spooky: How to Stay Safe at a Halloween Party

As the end of October approaches, everyone starts to make preparations for the scariest holiday of the year with candy and costumes. Since most kids in high school don’t go Trick-or-Treating anymore, their preparations may include just buying candy, figuring out which scary movies to watch, or getting ready for a Halloween party. Although the …

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Oct 17

Volunteers At Various Animal Shelters Save Dogs After Hurricane Harvey Disaster

On Aug. 25, 2017, Hurricane Harvey struck Texas and caused thousands of people to evacuate. The hurricane destroyed towns and cities and nothing was completely safe. This includes the many animals that were left and forgotten. Luckily, shelters like Best Friends Animal Society went around and rescued these animals. Unfortunately, there were way more than …

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Oct 13

Girls Varsity Tennis Take Numerous Victories This Season

Members of the varsity tennis team are on their way to Springfield, MO to participate in State beginning today, Oct. 13. Beginning on July 31, all tennis teams began practice but the official season started Aug. 18 when the first game was played against Parkway West, where North lost 0-9. After that, the season began …

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Oct 11

Homecoming Week Comes To A Close With Dance

Spirit week. Pep rally. Soccer game. Parade. Football game.  All of this leads up to the big night: the Homecoming Dance. The dance took place Saturday, Oct. 7 from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. in North’s upper gym. The dance this year was a little different because this year, students chose a homecoming court, opposed …

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Oct 04

Sophomore Reina McMillan Helps Girls Cross Country Head towards State

Sophomore Reina McMillan is helping the Girls Cross Country team head towards State with impressive times in the the 5K event even though the 800 meter is her favorite. “The mid-distance, the 800 meter, is my favorite because that’s what I won in,” said R. McMillan. On Aug. 4, 2017, R. McMillan won a Junior …

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Oct 02

The Vikings Will Host Webster Groves for Homecoming Game, Senior Day

Parkway North has some rich traditions: one is the homecoming football game. Every year, students, parents, and alum come together to watch the game and cheer on the Vikings. This year, on Oct. 7, the Vikings will be taking on Webster Groves for the homecoming game. “It will be a tough game. Webster has had a …

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Sep 28

Junior Nando Zothke Shares His Experiences of Being a Foreign Exchange Student

                                  “I came to St. Louis so that I could get to know a new culture and way of living,” said junior Nando Zothke, who is from Wolfsburg, Germany. Moving to unfamiliar places is always an intriguing experience for …

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