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Nerinx at the Festival of Nations

Nerinx at the Festival of Nations

Maria Zoll, Reporter

September 8, 2015

This past Saturday, I went to the Festival of Nations in Tower Grove Park. The organization that runs the festival every year is the International Institute of Saint Louis. The International Institute is located in the Tower Grove South neighborhood and is dedicated to helping new immigrants adjust to...

New Nerinx Additions

Each new faculty member described their first impression of Nerinx in one word.

Emma Patton, Editor in Chief

August 31, 2015

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Hey Day 2015 Recap

Hey Day 2015 Recap

Molly Hart, Communications Coordinator

August 24, 2015

How Sweet It Is to Be Loved by You: Father-Daughter Dance

How Sweet It Is to Be Loved by You: Father-Daughter Dance

Carolyn Backus, Features Editor

February 21, 2015

The beginning of February marks one of the most anticipated events of the year for many Nerinx dads. No, it is not Super Bowl Sunday, but rather the annual Nerinx Hall Father-Daughter Dance. This year, Nerinx hosted its 77th Father-Daughter Dance on February 7th at the Renaissance Hotel. The event be...

A Few of the Dads’ Favorite Things

Michelle Hart, Reporter

February 21, 2015

The Father-Daughter Dance is a time-honored event celebrated by many Nerinx families. I saw the dance as an opportunity to ask the fathers of the Nerinx community what they like about our beloved school. They offered a variety of answers and gave insight to what outsiders think about Nerinx. I asked...

College Advice from Seniors to Juniors

College Advice from Seniors to Juniors

January 20, 2015

It’s that time of year again. Juniors, along with their family members, are reminded by Chris Clark that it is time to start the college search process. While this can be a stressful time in a Nerinx girl’s life, one must know that they are not alone. Here is advice from some Nerinx Seniors on how...

Cornerstone Book Drive Success

Cornerstone Book Drive Success

Carolyn Backus, Features Editor

December 1, 2014

On November 19th, seven Nerinx Hall students delivered more than six large boxes of books to Cornerstone Center for Early Learning. Ms. Jami Melton, the Coordinator of Special Programs at Cornerstone, watched in surprise as a small mountain of children’s books formed in her office. Cornerstone is...

Cross Country Team Brings Home State Championship

The cross country team shows off award during pep rally

Jane Bufe, Opinions Editor

December 1, 2014

Led by senior Sophia Racette, the Nerinx varsity cross country team won its first ever state championship on Saturday, November 8.  The race was at Oak Hills Golf Course in Jefferson City. After winning districts and sectionals, Nerinx was one of sixteen teams to qualify for the women’s class 4A...

Body Positive Dialogue

Artwork by Emily Looney

Emma Lohman, Editor-in-Chief

October 31, 2014

In a society where one is conditioned to think that thinness is the sole trademark to success and happiness, people can unknowingly affect their children or students.

From Ferguson to Palestine

Hedy Epstein is arrested in downtown St. Louis.

Sarah Connolly, Staff Reporter

October 31, 2014

"Well, I know what it’s like to be oppressed, and I know what it’s like to be discriminated against. I can’t just stand idly by when I know something is happening."

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