Category Archive: Culture

Gooey Butter Cake Recipe

By Magda Ellis Gooey Butter cake is a staple in the city of St. Louis. Whenever I come over to St. Louis every couple of years, I make gooey butter cake with my… Continue reading

“The Prom”: Addressing Homophobia and the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

By: Violet Webster In many ways, this year’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade was similar to the 90 that came before it. There were pop stars hanging out with the Muppets, giant balloons floating… Continue reading

New Movie Releases

By: Tess Hays ***Spoiler Alert*** There have been a lot of movies released recently. From Ralph Breaks the Internet to Creed II, there seems to be something for everyone. But how good are… Continue reading

Any-Time-of-the-Year Four Layer Bars

By Charlotte Wasserman These bars are my new go-to for an easy, homemade treat! They’re perfect for a big group because you will still have some left over for your own private stash.… Continue reading

3 Super Cute Halloween Costume Ideas

By Jazmine Halawa Halloween might have passed, but it’s never too early to think about next year, especially the costume. Now, you might say it’s too soon to think about what you want… Continue reading

Women’s World Cup Qualifying Tournament

By: Caroline Pietrick This upcoming summer, 2019, the United States Women’s National Soccer Team will be competing in the Women’s World Cup in France. It is the highest ranked soccer tournament in the… Continue reading

THE BENEFITS OF PLAYING A SPORT

By: Chloe Colligan The term jock is surrounded by countless stereotypes of rich white teenagers playing sports to impress girls, or gain popularity at their school. People assume that jocks do not excel… Continue reading

Crazy Rich Asians Movie Review

By Jazmine Halawa and Claudia Binder  If you are reading this, chances are you have heard of the newest hit movie: Crazy Rich Asians! This movie has blown up and has been rated… Continue reading

It Will Matter What You Learn

By: Anjali Dhanekula I scroll through my feed and I see #niawilson and kids locked in cages And I think how can this happen in this country This place I call home, this… Continue reading

Black Panther Review (Spoiler Free)

by Cassandra Lis The Black Panther’s involvement in the most recent Captain America movie (Civil War) suggested the eventual creation of his own movie. The creation of a black superhero was something the… Continue reading