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Hat policy changes at MHS

Hat policy changes at MHS
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Sarah Harris, Staff Reporter

May 21, 2018


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Beginning in the 2018-2019 school year, students will be allowed to wear hats, scarves and hoods at school. Currently, students aren’t allowed to wear anything on their heads aside from therapeutic or religious headgear. Jacob Eisenkramer, senior, started a petition in hopes of changing the hat policy. ...

RSD adheres to new State policies regarding dyslexia

RSD adheres to new State policies regarding dyslexia

Greg Svirnovskiy, Editor in Chief

May 21, 2018


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When Anna Stover, senior, was in second grade, she didn’t know how to read. “Not many people know I’m dyslexic, but some that do or even those who don’t will joke about it and say ‘oh so you see letters backwards and stuff,” Stover said. “We see few letters “backwards,” and that...

Protest Coverage

Protest Coverage

April 29, 2018


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Tiffany Yoon speaks at the Students Demand Action rally

Tiffany Yoon speaks at the Students Demand Action rally

Jackson Estwanick, Staff Reporter

April 29, 2018


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 Tiffany Yoon, junior at MHS, speaks at the Students Demand Action rally in front of Attorney General Josh Hawley's office in downtown St Louis on Friday, April 20th.

Alex Madaras speaks at the Students Demand Action rally

Alex Madaras speaks at the Students Demand Action rally

Jackson Estwanick, Staff Reporter

April 29, 2018


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Alex Madaras, sophomore at MHS, speaks at the Students Demand Action rally in front of Attorney General Josh Hawley's office in downtown St Louis on Friday, April 20th. ...

Student organization organizes rally in protest

Student organization organizes rally in protest

Mansi Mamidi, Kavya Jain, and Jackson Estwanick

April 27, 2018


Filed under News, Walkout Coverage

When Tali Gorodetsky, junior, was at a religious convention the week of Feb. 14 her friend got a call from his parents, telling him that his cousin, Jamie Guttenberg, had been killed in the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fl. “It’s easier when you don’t know a person...

Zack Lesmeister performs “Minutes after they turned Pulse Nightclub into an art gallery”

Zack Lesmeister performs “Minutes after they turned Pulse Nightclub into an art gallery”

Jackson Estwanick, Staff Reporter

April 27, 2018


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Zack Lesmeister, senior at MHS, performed his poem “Minutes after they turned Pulse Nightclub into an art gallery” at the Students Demand Action rally in downtown St Louis on Friday, April 20th.

Students attend first hour Walkout

Students attend first hour Walkout

Greg Svirnovskiy, Neelansh Bute, and Sabrina Lacy

April 20, 2018


Filed under News, Walkout Coverage

When Tali Gorodetsky, junior and one of two organizers of the MHS Walkout, woke up on Friday morning, she was expecting fifteen students to make their way to the bleachers on first hour - if they were lucky, there would be thirty. Instead, on a cool, crisp Friday morning, 102 students walked out of the school...

Students choose not to participate in Walkout

Students choose not to participate in Walkout

Sarah Harris, Ethan Hill, Jessica Li, and Kailin Zhang

April 20, 2018


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As some students chose to be in the student-led Walkout Friday morning, many others remained in class for multiple reasons. Kaley Lutker, sophomore, did not participate in the Walkout. She didn't want to miss class and her father didn't approve. Despite her choice, Lutker still supports the cause...

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