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Can Nerinx Get Greener?

Can Nerinx Get Greener?

Halle Jackson

November 2, 2018


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Nerinx bleeds green. Sports games, spirit days, and the everyday uniform all show that the school is filled to the brim with green and white. But is Nerinx green in the sense of “going green” for the environment? To find out, Hallways surveyed students of all grade levels on their thoughts about Nerinx’s environmental su...

New Year, New Library

New Year, New Library

Theresa Sholy, Editor-in-Chief

November 2, 2018


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With every new school year comes much excitement: a new freshman class, beginning of the year welcome traditions such as Hey Day, catching up with friends, and more. However, this school year in particular brought with it something Nerinx doesn’t habitually see: a newly renovated library. Julie Padber...

Earth Day: Where It Came From and Why It’s Important

Earth Day: Where It Came From and Why It’s Important

Cela Cashel

July 2, 2018


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The Earth is a majestic place. With its roaring rivers, towering mountains, and endless skies, it’s clear the human race is lucky to live on such a beautiful planet. In addition to its beauty, Earth has also provided all of the resources that have allowed humanity to become the advanced society it ...

A Fresh Take on Froshmore

A Fresh Take on Froshmore

Maya Neufeld-Wall

February 4, 2018


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In the past, Nerinx’s Froshmore play has been a great opportunity for freshmen and sophomores to get involved in the theater community. That tradition continued this year, but with a twist. On January 26th, 27th, and 28th, Froshmore took the form of one-acts, directed by seniors Abby Jensen and Juli...

SHOUT for Rainbow Village

SHOUT for Rainbow Village

Theresa Sholy, Features Editor

February 4, 2018


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This coming February holds in store a favorite event for all at Nerinx — SHOUT Week! SHOUT Week, short for seven days of Students Helping Out, is a time to give back to the world by raising money for a designated charity. To prepare for this week of excitement and fundraising, students met throughout the mon...

All Aboard the Traube Train

All Aboard the Traube Train

Olivia Yoswig, Reporter

December 15, 2017


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On Saturday December 2nd, freshman Emily Traube seized three gold medals at the Ladue Early Invitational. At this meet, she also took first in the 500 free and 50 free and swam the last leg of the winning 200 free relay. Emily has been a swimmer since she was six years old and is currently keeping up th...

Fall Sports Recap

Fall Sports Recap

Ava Neels and Emma Christanell

November 26, 2017


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The term Fall is commonly associated with pumpkins, falling leaves, bonfires, sweaters, and Halloween. For Nerinx Hall students, faculty, and especially Nerinx’s athletic director Nancy Milward, it means “Every day is game day!” Students of Nerinx Hall have ample opportunity to participate in s...

New Faces at the Hall

Ava Neels and Jamison Jenkins

October 16, 2017


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There are many updates at Nerinx Hall this year, including the addition of new faculty and staff to several departments. There are new faces in the Counseling Center, Library, Spirit Shop, Math department, English department, Science department, and Admissions.  Ms. Judi Timmons is the new colle...

2017-2018 Class Officers

Theresa Sholy, reporter

May 5, 2017


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Without fail, every passing spring at Nerinx Hall brings with it new beginnings; one of these changes is class elections. Students cast their nominations at the start of April, and election campaigns were up and running soon after. The race was tight and the competition fierce, with posters plastered ...

Delight in Diversity

Delight in Diversity

Claire Capelli, Features Editor

February 27, 2017


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On the day before the Inauguration, Nerinx Hall students, faculty, and staff took to the EAC for the annual Peace and Justice and Diversity Assembly. Due to rising racial tensions across the United States, especially in St. Louis, this year’s assembly focused on race relations and diversity within ...

Wellness Assembly: “It Can Happen to Anyone”

Wellness Assembly: “It Can Happen to Anyone”

Julia Budd, Reporter

February 24, 2017


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Fact: People who drink alcohol by the time they are fourteen years old are four times more likely to become addicted than people who wait until they are twenty-one. On Thursday, January 12, Brandon Costerison, from the National Council on Alcoholism & Drug Abuse (NCADA), and Sarah Roberts, a fo...

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