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Mr. FHC raises funds

Gabe Delgado gives a shout out to the members of Ranch FC after he was crowned Mr. FHC on March 12.

Gillian Pendel, Staff Photographer

March 16, 2018

The annual Mr. FHC fundraiser took place last week, this year raising money for Five Acres Animal Shelter. Through the combined ticket sales and “Miracle Minute” segment, over $2,000 was raised. Carl Swanson was crowned Mr. Sophomore, Eion Jones received Mr. Junior, and Aleks Kisselhoff won Mr. S...

Comedy for a cure

Comedy for a cure

Gillian Pendel, Staff Photographer

March 8, 2018

The annual improv show took place on the night of February 22nd, this year raising money for Pheonix’s Fighters and Fetsch’s Fighters. Over $200 was raised for each family. While the show was a massive success, junior and Improv Central President Sage Russell realizes that to make next year even be...

Girls swim and dive takes a win

Girls swim and dive takes a win

Gillian Pendel, Staff Photographer

February 2, 2018

Girls swim and dive took on and finished high against St. Charles West Tuesday, January 29th with a final score of 48-119. Despite the win, the team still feels as though they have plenty they can improve on before the next meet. Sophomore Megan Percy recounts how small changes can make a h...

Senior Night loss

Senior Night loss

Gillian Pendel, Staff Photographer

January 29, 2018

After canceling and rescheduling their Senior Night, the girls swim and dive team faced off against Howell at the RecPlex on Tuesday, January 24th.   The girls lost 61-128, however, this hasn’t stopped the girls from looking forward to their next meet. Senior Elizabeth Skelly believes ...

A stranger Stranger Things

A stranger Stranger Things

Gillian Pendel, Staff Reporter

December 15, 2017

Following the recents news of Stranger Things being renewed for a third season, it’s time we just come out and say it: Stranger Things 2 was not that good. Content-wise, that is. Cinematically, it was ahead of its time, but it’s time we finally just admit it: everything else was mediocre, at best. Fro...

Today’s students, tomorrow’s modern artists

Senior Nina Siefert designs her trigger for the gallery.

Gillian Pendel, Staff Reporter

November 2, 2017

For many young artists, publicly displaying their work is something that cannot be achieved until adulthood. The AP Studio class, however, will be promoting their work in their first public gallery of the school year this week. The gallery is called “Perception: An Exhibition in Augmented Reality” and it ...

What should you do this Halloween?

Jack-o-lantern, courtesy of  flicker user wwarby.

Gillian Pendel

October 30, 2017

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Adventures of Huckleberry and Finley

Finley says hello to visitors. The cubs and the visitors were equally curious about each other.

Gillian Pendel, Staff Reporter

September 25, 2017

Last Friday, the new grizzly bears exhibit opened at the St. Louis Zoo. Huckleberry, or Huck, and Finley are 2 and 1/2 year old orphaned siblings from Montana. After their mom had to be euthanized for being a risk to the public, the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service determined the cubs were still too...

Students for a change

Students for a change

Gillian Pendel, Staff Reporter

September 14, 2017

Unless you have actually been living under a rock since August, you have probably seen or at least heard of Central International. What started out as a French Club, quickly grew into one of the most popular and widely recognized clubs here at school. Julie Nelgner, senior co-founder of Central International, expla...

Food, art, community

An excellent turnout for the festival. Over 200,000 guests this year!

Gillian Pendel, Staff Reporter

August 30, 2017

On Aug. 19, the annual Festival of the Little Hills took place in historic St. Charles. The festival is a three-day event filled with crafts, artwork, food, and live entertainment. With over 300 booths and more than 200 thousand visitors every year, it can easily be described as one of the biggest St. Louis...

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