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Opinions from Both Sides of the Aisle: The Inauguration of President Donald Trump, A Year Later

Opinions from Both Sides of the Aisle: The Inauguration of President Donald Trump, A Year Later

Maya Martin and Anna Luepke

February 4, 2018

Disclaimer: Hallways is supportive and respectful of all opinions. In this article, we strive to represent those differing views. The views represented in Hallways do not necessarily represent the views of the newspaper, faculty, or staff.   One year has passed since the presidential election of 2016, ...

Halloween at the Hall

Halloween at the Hall

Cassidy Rieke

November 26, 2017

This Halloween, students, faculty, and French exchange students channeled their inner spirits as they dressed up in silly and scary costumes. Seniors and faculty took part in a Madagascar theme; seniors dressed as zoo keepers, and faculty members as zoo animals. Halloween at the Hall was a spooky succes...

Farewell to Printer Pool

Elizabeth Brueggemann, News Editor

October 27, 2016

Many girls at Nerinx Hall depend on the printers; before every class period, they gather by the nearest printer, printing their assignments before class begins. While this pattern may never change, the printing system has. After a few hectic weeks of printing, the Tech Office has eliminated the pri...

Hoboken, New Jersey Rebuilds After a State of Shock

Hoboken, New Jersey Rebuilds After a State of Shock

Julia Budd, Reporter

October 27, 2016

On Monday, September 29th at 8:45 AM, a commuter train barreled through one of Hoboken New Jersey’s most popular terminals, seeing at least 60,000 passengers a day. . The train injured over one hundred people and killed one woman on impact who was standing on the platform. The Beaux-Arts Building, which ...

A Close Up Experience

A Close Up Experience

Emilie Garza, Reporter

March 9, 2016

Nerinx Hall participated in the recent Close Up Trip in Washington D.C. from February 14th through the 18th. Six Nerinx classmates experienced a “close up” education on politics and the history of American government. Meridian McDaniel, CJ Donegan, Cassie Dawson, Kayla Arnett, Samantha Coleman, and E...

Democratic Debate

January 24, 2016

The night of January 17, my two best friends came over to my cozy house in Webster Groves. We popped fresh popcorn and drank Oberweis chocolate milk. We then settled into the living room of my house, so everyone would be able to hear our cheers of approval as our favorite Democratic candidates rallied...

Republican Debate

January 24, 2016

I began the evening of January 14th by grabbing a ceramic bowl and filling it with my favorite brand of almonds. From there, I filled up a coffee mug with orange juice and went to my basement, where no one in my house could hear me, should I happen to scream at the TV. The Republican debate featured...

September Cartoon

September Cartoon

Rebecca Souvannarath, Cartoonist

September 8, 2015

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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...

Ms. Berardi

September 2, 2015

Ms. Berardi has grown up in the Nerinx community. She started attending Nerinx events when she was 8 years old when  her mother, retired Nerinx math teacher Mrs. Winnie Docter, began taking her to basketball games and musicals. It was no surprise when she chose to attend Nerinx after graduating Mary Qu...

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