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College at the Hall

College at the Hall

Meta Stephens February 18, 2020

What is the one word that will incite emotion from every single senior at Nerinx Hall? College. During this time of year, seniors are rushing to turn in financial aid applications on time, fervently contacting...

The Truth about Juuls

The Truth about Juuls

Ava Neels March 13, 2019

It’s sleek, it’s discreet, it’s the newest gadget, and it’s in backpacks everywhere. A new type of e-cigarette, Juuls are plaguing teens’ lungs around the nation.   Not only is their...

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Press Release: Stress Busters

Laura Smith and Theresa Sholy December 7, 2018

Hi, Markers!   Stressed about exams? Luckily, Nerinx Hall’s Stress Busters week has you covered! Next week, December 10th-14th, is dedicated to helping students decompress their anxieties...

Photographer: Cela Cashel

Can Nerinx Get Greener?

Halle Jackson November 2, 2018

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...

Photographer: Cela Cashel

New Year, New Library

Theresa Sholy, Editor-in-Chief November 2, 2018

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...

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

Cela Cashel July 2, 2018

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...

A Fresh Take on Froshmore

A Fresh Take on Froshmore

Maya Neufeld-Wall February 4, 2018

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...


SHOUT for Rainbow Village

Theresa Sholy, Features Editor February 4, 2018

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...

All Aboard the Traube Train

All Aboard the Traube Train

Olivia Yoswig, Reporter December 15, 2017

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...

Field Hockey celebrates a victory

Fall Sports Recap

Ava Neels and Emma Christanell November 26, 2017

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...

New Faces at the Hall

Ava Neels and Jamison Jenkins October 16, 2017

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,...

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