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A toddler plays in the outdoor water table. The new space allows lots of opportunity for children to explore, especially when the weather is nice.

CHS’ Youngest Learners

Alex Cohen, Managing Editor-In-Chief November 17, 2023

The sound of giggles, conversation and the occasional tumble fill the air. Finger paintings and craft projects are proudly displayed on the walls. Toddlers and caregivers are everywhere: playing, interacting...

A completed garden: members pose in front of the finished product.

Sowing Seeds of Passion

Caitlin Kuhlmann, Reporter November 15, 2023

Creative, entertaining, witty, eye-catching. The colors pop out, and the creative images maintain your attention. Their mysterious aura keeps you longing for more. If you have ever walked the school's...

Mural outside of Craft Alliance

Makers Unleashed

Madeline Jeans, Reporter November 15, 2023

The area between Union and Kings highway, which used to be a rundown, struggling community, has transformed into an arts district that breeds innovation and encourages the pushing of boundaries. “History...

Crowds at the Washington Ave. Stage

Music at the Intersection

Rachel Chung, Feature Section Editor November 14, 2023

This past September 9-10th, more than 50 musicians performed at Music at the Intersection. Brought together by the Kranzberg Arts Council, in partnership with the River Arts Council and the Steward Family...

Cross Country Girls at Dog Shelter

On the Right Track

Mira Stahlheber, Reporter November 14, 2023

Members from the Clayton girls Cross Country team took a break from training on October 21 to give back to their community by volunteering at CARE STL, a local dog shelter. Regular volunteers work to take...

The Milwaukee Brewers Blake Perkins, middle, rounds the bases after hitting a solo home run against St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Miles Mikolas, right, in the third inning at Busch Stadium on Thursday, Sept. 21, 2023, in St. Louis.

再见 to Chinatown

Bethany Lai and Yehia Said November 14, 2023
Unveil the Forgotten Legacy of St. Louis' Chinatown: A Tale of Grit, Culture, and the Battle Against Gentrification.
The club fair. Gathering in the gymnasium on August 25th, Best Buddies Club members advertised their organization to the greater student body. Seniors Luke Baker and Alex Cohen worked the table this year. Students mingled while leaders pitched their clubs.

More than Just a Club

Alison Booth, Reporter November 13, 2023

Under the soft glow of fluorescent lights, two Tuesdays a month, students gather in room 120 to build one-to-one friendships between people with and without intellectual and developmental disabilities...

CHS alumna Paige Conrad chose to rush at Ole Miss to start her school year. After going through the long recruitment process, Conrad was happy to receive a bid from Beta Phi.

Sorority Rush

Samantha Braidwood, Reporter October 4, 2023

Alpha Phi? Tri-Delta? Kappa Kappa Gamma? Greek life has been prominent throughout college life for decades, even centuries. A great way to make friends, meet new people, and feel a sense of belonging....

GAP director Joyce Bell sits in her classroom

Closing the GAP

Alex Cohen, Managing Editor-In-Chief May 9, 2023

A step into the GAP room is a step into a warm and friendly classroom. A variety of soft and squishy seating options, as well as traditional chairs are spaced throughout the room. A corner table holds...

Puitt Igoe, a failed housing development that occured as a result of the ruling of Shelly vs. Kraemer.

75 Years Post Shelly vs. Kraemer

Charlie Meyers, Senior Managing Editor May 2, 2023

“I feel like black lives are being replaced by black lives matter signs,” said CHS Senior, Zoey Hall. Hall is student representative for Diversity Equity and Inclusion at Clayton. She remarked on...

Vandalized Temple Israel sign

Anti-Semitism in St. Louis

Alex Cohen and Isabel Erdmann March 29, 2023

On the morning of January 24th, around 8:30 am, staff members from Temple Israel in Creve Coeur discovered red spray paint on their synagogue’s sign. The vandalism occurred overnight and is considered...

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