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The news site of Marquette High School

Marquette Messenger

The news site of Marquette High School

Marquette Messenger

MHSNews | Hazmat Discusses Sexism in the Music Industry

Kira Jade Rose, Staff Reporter May 28, 2022

After having success on social media, St. Louis alt-rock band Hazmat deals with sexism in the industry. Hazmat is made up of students Envy, singer; Lily, guitarist; Izzy, bassist; and Bowie, drummer.

MHSNews | Wildlife Rescue Center Rehabilitates Native Animals

Brie Inman, Staff Reporter May 27, 2022

The Wildlife Rescue Center is a nonprofit organization in Ballwin, MO that rehabilitates native Missouri wildlife. They give care to small mammals, reptiles, amphibians, water birds, and game birds.

Alexis Nguyen (left), Joyce Liu (middle) and Emily Zhang (right) pose at an East Asian Student Association (EASA) meeting. EASA co-president, Jenny Chiu, says the club fosters inclusivity for both East Asians and non-Asians.

May Honors Asian Americans & Pacific Islanders

Rue Siddiqui, Co-Online Editor May 26, 2022

Every Sunday, freshman Samvida Batchu attends Balvihar, an Indian Sunday school that teaches kids about Indian Culture. They learn about events such as Dandiya, a traditional style of dance involving sticks,...

Karina and Marina Solomakhina and family members attend a kids camp in Ukraine.

The Cruelties of War Affect People at Home

Willem Hummel, Staff Reporter May 26, 2022

While Dr. Sophia Willson was in Ukraine helping family and volunteering at centers for refugees, she saw a little girl standing by her mom in a park in Warsaw, Poland. The little girl spoke in Ukrainian...

MHSNews | Chinese Culture Days Celebrate With Festivities

Cassie Sun, Executive Producer May 26, 2022

Chinese Culture Days is the largest Chinese cultural festival in the midwest, held annually at the Missouri Botanical Gardens. With over 700 volunteers, the weekend-long event featured a variety of festivities...

MHSNews | Alpine Shop – A Local Outdoor Gear Stop

Katie Wheeler, Social Media Editor May 25, 2022

The Alpine Shop is a local outdoor gear shop that has what you need. Shop local and check them out!

MHSNews | Creative Canvases: Marquette Hosts Art Show

Shyam Punnachalil, Staff Reporter May 24, 2022

On April 30, Marquette held its very own art show. This art show was compromised of art from the many different art classes Marquette has to offer.

A piece from Driptaa Chakarabortys portfolio. The senior won a full-ride scholarship to Washu-Us architecture program this past march. Her arts theme centered around the relations of math as an art.

MHS Student Wins Wash-U Scholarship

Emma Tyulyayev, Illustrator May 23, 2022

When Driptaa Chakraborty, senior, answered a call from Washington University, she didn't expect to be informed that she was one of six finalists for the annual full-ride scholarship to its architecture...

The front cover of And The People Carried Signs features a pre-teen boy protesting in a Black Lives Matter protest while he gets in involved in conversations regarding race through his eyes. The childrens book was written by Dr. LaTisha Smith, MHS parent, who decided to write this after getting inspired from being an educator for more than twenty years and witnessing protests.

Parent Writes Children’s Book to Engage Younger Generations in Conversations Regarding Racial Equity

Aarushi Bute, Co-Associate Editor May 22, 2022

Confused, a little boy with eyes wide embraced his father at a protest. Dr. LaTisha Smith, Rockwood Summit parent, watched this scene unfold from her television with a thousand questions racing through...

MHSNews | Boy Scouts Tune Up Lawnmowers

Gabe Conway, Staff Reporter May 21, 2022

Every spring members of Boy Scout Troop 631 offer lawnmower tune-ups to the community. The tune-ups are free, but patrons can make a donation to the troop.

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