It’s All Greek To Me

Ellie Tomasson, Senior Managing Editor

Each Labor Day weekend for the past 98 years, tucked away in the Central West End, St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church throws St. Louis’ largest ethnic festival. The event takes place in and outside of St. Nicholas church...  Read More »

November 29, 2015 • 0 comments

Double Duty

November 25, 2015

Blue Light

November 20, 2015

Ferguson: One Year

October 21, 2015

Growing Globe

October 15, 2015

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Double Duty

Michael Bernard and Jacob LaGesse

Four dollars an hour. According to history teacher Kurtis Werner, that is how much money one teacher found he made if he broke his salary down and accounted every extra hour he worked, including grading and other scho...  Read More »

November 25, 2015 • 0 comments

Offseason Training

Daniel Cho, Page Editor

“We had to do conditioning which is where we would run 33s. 33s are where you run a down and back [ a basketball court] 3 times in 33 seconds. By the time the season started we had to do 10 of those right after each ot...  Read More »

November 11, 2015 • 0 comments

Shepard on the Hill

Elise Yang, Section Editor

It was tied 8-8 in the bottom of the last inning. Two outs. Junior Sarah Shepard stood in scoring position, on third base, just one base away from home plate and winning the game against Rosati Kain, the school that handed C...  Read More »

October 28, 2015 • 0 comments

Recent Sports Stories

Leader in the Backfield

May 12, 2015

Summer Jacobs on the mound facing Brentwood

Stepping Up to the Plate

April 26, 2015

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Pro Learning: Do it for the Knowledge

Pro Learning: Do it for the Knowledge

Ellie Tomasson, Senior Managing Editor

Every year, students across America participate in the national frenzy to obtain the proverbial holy grail of our education system: the 4.0 GPA, 36 ACT, and 2400 SAT, but at what cost? As students scram...  Read More »

November 29, 2015 • 0 comments

Seasonal Affective Disorder

Nisha Klein, Editor

Colder weather has some people feeling SAD.   Seasonal Affective Disorder (known more commonly by its acronym) is fairly common, though less frequently discussed than some other similar disor...  Read More »

November 4, 2015 • 0 comments

3 Ways to Stop Cheating

Sol Kwon, Reporter

In our advanced world today, having outstanding grades is everything for a student. Receiving low grades such as C or D may prove disastrous to a student’s perception of his future achievement, and ...  Read More »

October 14, 2015 • 0 comments

Recent Commentary Stories

High School Myths

October 13, 2015

Just one example of the religious, racial, and sexual exploitation that is the trademark of Urban Outfitters.

To What Extent: Freedom of Speech

October 13, 2015

Pro-gay marriage demonstrators rallied outside the Supreme Court.

The Gay Days of Summer

August 24, 2015

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Recent Sports Scores

  • Saturday, November 1

    Cross Country

    Clayton High School Boys 6th Place - Lucas Hoffman 8th Place - John Schultz 10th Place - Noah Engel 14th Place - Jacques Painter Girls 7th Place - Gabby Boeger 11th Place - Gracie Morris 13th Place - Mary Kate Gelzer

  • Saturday, November 1


    Clayton High School 7 - Jennings 26

  • Friday, October 31


    Clayton High School 1 - Ladue Rams 0

  • Monday, October 27

    Girls' Tennis Doubles

    Clayton High School State Champions 4-6 , 7-5 , 6-4

  • Friday, October 24

    Cross Country

    Clayton High School Boys Varsity - Senior Ben Tamsky (3), Sophomore Tom Cormier (13), Sophomore Lucas Hoffman (18), Senior Noah Engel (29) Girls Varsity - Junior Gabby Boeger (1), Sophomore Mary Kate Gelzer (11), Freshman Gracie Morris (19), Senior Bridget Boeger (26), Freshman Maggie Baugh (33) Boys Junior Varsity - Junior John Schultz (5), Sophomore Michael Painter (20), Senior Neil Docherty (24), Sophomore Krai Gund (35) Girls Junior Varsity - Junior Gabby Choo-Kang (8), Junior Grace Choi (35)


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