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Childish Gambi-NO

Claire Richardson, The Scene Editor

April 22, 2014

Upon first listen, Childish Gambino’s new album “because the internet” is actually pretty decent. With puns galore and clever rhymes, it’s no doubt that Childish Gambino, aka “Community” actor Donald Glover, has talent. Sadly though, the self-produced beats disappoint. It all starts with...

Leading the leaderboards

Claire Richardson, The Scene Editor

April 4, 2014

It’s the third inning in the first home game of the season. With a guy on first and second, senior Troy Newell is up to bat. Although there isn’t much tension in the air – the score is already 8-0 – adding to the run total wouldn’t hurt. And he does, hitting a double, notching two RBIs for N...

Coming out swinging

Claire Richardson, The Scene Editor

March 28, 2014

With two wins in their last two games, the season is starting out strong for the varsity baseball team. Both victories were by no small margin either. In both games, against Parkway Central and Parkway West, the Spartans scored 10 runs. Senior Jack Webb says the team’s success can be tied back to every...

Lady Spartans work on working together

During a Mini Tournament versus Francis Howell North, the Lady Spartans huddled up to talk about what improvements they can make. They are a young team, with only two seniors.

Claire Richardson, The Scene Editor

January 16, 2014

After a 42-38 victory over Ladue on Dec. 26, the Lady Spartans have hit a rough spot in their season, losing the last four games since. The problem, explains junior Hayley Allen, is with the lack of teamwork displayed recently. “Everyone was concerned with their own personal shots, so they were ju...

Neon colors shine brightly

September 23, 2010

Thursday was Neon Day during Spirit Week this year. For Neon Day, students were supposed to dress in their brightest and most colorful clothing. “I feel like I’m at a Rave,” said sophomore Hanna Smith. There was a very large turn out of students who dressed up for the day, with colors rangi...

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