Wolf's Howl

Minority Culture is Not a Trend

Jazmyn Hill, Reporter

May 21, 2020

Since the 1980s, the majority of race U.S citizens, as well as the beauty, fashion, and entertainment industries have been appropriating minority culture. This is offensive to minorities who proudly represent their culture are...

Why Adding a DH Benefits the Cardinals

Hayden See, Reporter

May 14, 2020

If baseball returns, the Cardinals will reap the benefits of the universal designated hitter. It seems that for almost a decade now, St. Louis has had a crowded outfield. In that time, the only solution has been to trade of...

MLB, MLBPA Salary Dispute Should be Halted

Hayden See, Reporter

May 14, 2020

In talks to start up the Major League Baseball season next month, there is a dispute between MLB and its players’ association. The MLB owners have sent over a proposal to the MLBPA for approval on a plan to start the seaso...

The Designated Hitter is Good for Baseball

Hayden See, Reporter

May 14, 2020

If baseball returns in early July, it will have one change -- there will be a universal designated hitter. It has been a debate for as long as baseball has been around. Should the DH be utilized in the National League as w...

Top 10 Cardinals Relievers of the Last Decade

Josh Calloni, Reporter

May 8, 2020

Baseball is always changing, and one of the most recent changes to the sport has been the ever growing importance of the reliever. The Cardinals have had a multitude of great relievers over the last 10 years or so, but which ...

Is Missouri Re-Opening Too Soon?

Kayla Davito, Reporter

May 1, 2020

For the last several weeks, Missouri has been one of many states under a Shelter-in-Place plan order to protect citizens from the coronavirus, which has, so far, claimed 318 lives with 7,425 confirmed cases affecting Missouri alone....

COVID-19 Pandemic Exposes Media’s Failure to Cover LGBTQ+ Stories

Patrick Kissel, Reporter

May 1, 2020

One group that has been significantly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic is the LGBTQ+ community. In Uganda, the government used alleged violations of social distancing guidelines to raid an LGBT shelter, and arrest 20 people. In Morocco, a country where homosexuali...

Make the Most of What You Have

Jazmyn Hill, Reporter

April 24, 2020

The coronavirus is a pandemic that none of us expected. Most of us had no idea how to plan for a pandemic. Thus we stock up on food...and proceed to go to the nearest fast-food restaurant. After drying the stores out of their...

The United States’ Normal Will Be Extremely Different to Pre-COVID-19 Normal After Reopening

Patrick Kissel, Reporter

April 24, 2020

Over the past two weeks, the United States has seen a large push from some areas to begin reopening the country with the intention of returning back to normal as quickly as possible. This push to reopen the country when the pea...

Stay Motivated and Stop Procrastinating

Kayla Davito, Reporter

April 24, 2020

Staying motivated is a big factor that students rely on with online studies. Procrastination is the enemy, and one students can fall victim to easily without set timelines, or people pushing them to do said work. Luckily, there...

Red Sox Get Lax Cheating Punishment

Hayden See, Reporter

April 24, 2020

After a three month investigation, MLB Comissioner Rob Manfred issued a slap on the wrist to the Boston Red Sox in their cheating scandal. The reparations Boston will have to pay fall pale in comparison to those of the Housto...

Tofu is Not Gross

Jazmyn Hill, Reporter

April 20, 2020

Tofu is a fermented soy product that is used by many as a plant-based protein. Although it has the potential to be a delectable alternative to meat, common mistakes can make it hard to enjoy. Forgetting to Press This is the most comm...

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