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A Lie That Destroys Lives

October 8, 2019

Before I get into these false accusations of rape and/or sexual assault, these terrible incidents happen all the time. This story is not to disregard real people with real experiences, but it is to show ...

The schedule and responsibilities for Boyd's 5th block class

Battle of the Boyds

October 7, 2019

This upcoming month and a half will be very busy for the Sociology classes at Mehlville High School. Since the beginning of September, the students of Joshua Boyd, the Sociology teacher, have been hard...

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To Merge or Stay Diverged?

October 4, 2019

Citizens and elected officials of Greater St. Louis have been mulling a city-county merger for years, but is change now on the horizon? The original plan to merge St. Louis and St. Louis County was...

Football comes back to the city of St. Louis

Football comes back to the city of St. Louis

October 3, 2019

The X Football League (XFL) will be coming together to create a league including a team called the St. Louis Battlehawks. The Battlehawks will play in the former  St. Louis Rams stadium known as The Dome ...

Cans of Monster in front of students.

What? A Caffeine Addiction At Mehlville?

September 19, 2019

Is there a caffeine addiction on its way to Mehlville, or is the addiction already here? Every day someone walks into school with an energy drink, some type of pop, or coffee, our first thought is not thinki...

Mehlville Students Struggling with Sleep

Mehlville Students Struggling with Sleep

September 17, 2019

     Sleep deprivation is running rampant in schools across the United States, and Mehlville High School is no exception.      According to a poll conducted by Mehlville Media, the majority of...

Aquatic life Coming to St. Louis in December

Aquatic life Coming to St. Louis in December

September 13, 2019

      There is Aquatic life coming into St.Louis. The 120,000 square-foot, two story aquarium will be open 365 days a year from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.        “The aquarium coming to St. L...

Fortnite is one of the more controversial games, with its target audience being younger than most other violent games

Do Video Games Cause Violence?

September 12, 2019

     Over the past few months, the debate between whether or not video games contribute to gun violence has gained popularity. From politicians to middle schoolers, almost everyone has heard of an...

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Carolyn Kindle Betz, President of Enterprise Holdings Foundation, and Don Garber, Commissioner of MLS

MLS Team Finally Coming to St. Louis

September 10, 2019

Major League Soccer is finally coming to St. Louis, Missouri. In the evening of August 14th, news broke that MLS would officially announce St. Louis as the next venue for an expansion team on August...

Students working in library during TAP.

Closing Time Changes in Library

September 9, 2019

     There’s been a staffing change in the library with the new school year. However, this is just the first to prompt more changes. Among the biggest of them is the closing time.      Last y...

Delays in obtaining permits cause construction delay on stadium bleachers.

Bleacher Construction Relocates Football Game to Oakville

September 6, 2019

There has been a frequently asked question going around Mehlville High School about the construction of the new bleachers and if it will be finished in time for the first home football game. That qu...

22nd Annual Special Olympics

22nd Annual Special Olympics

May 28, 2019

   May the 2nd of 2019 will be remembered as a day full of excitement for all ages. Kids participated in a sporting event called the Special Olympics. Schools from all over came and participated in t...

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