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Algebra and Number Theory

Algebra and Number Theory

Aaron Zoll

February 12, 2019

Mr. Kleinberg's brand new "Algebra and Number Theory" mathematics class covers more advanced topics than many others, such as non-Euclidean geometry, logic and many other areas of math that curious students could not learn about in normal curriculum.

The Independence Incident

The Independence Incident

Angela Xiao and Disha Chatterjee

February 6, 2019

At 12:30 A.M on Nov. 30, a Clayton High School student meant to knock on the door of his roommates’ hotel room, as he had forgotten his key. He mistakenly knocked on the adjacent door. The guest staying in the neighboring room opened his door indignantly and confronted the student in a verbally threa...

Featured Photos: “Chicago” School Production

Featured Photos: “Chicago” School Production

February 1, 2019

From Wednesday, Jan. 30 to Saturday, Feb. 2, a group of CHS students put on multiple shows of their production of Chicago, the musical, as captured by Marci Pieper, Gwen Duplain and Emma Siegel.

Wydown Gives Back

Wydown Gives Back

Sarah Baker and Lise Derksen

November 15, 2018

“I feel like the community at Wydown always comes through in a really big way to help other people,” said Debra Solomon Baker, an eighth grade teacher at Wydown. “That’s a beautiful part of the Wydown community and a beautiful part of my job.” One such need is at St. Martha’s Hal...

Mr. Thurmon

Mr. Thurmon

Angela Xiao, Reporter

November 8, 2018

Mr. Thurmon Stubblefield approaches the green room of the Clayton Family Center, the preschoolers in the room immediately flock to the door. Once Mr. Thurmon Stubblefield, known simply as Mr. Thurmon to those at the Family Center, enters their room, his presence is immediately known. The toddlers...

Featured Photos: 2018 Midterm Elections

Featured Photos: 2018 Midterm Elections

Michael Melinger, Chief Photo Editor

November 7, 2018

On Tuesday, Nov. 6, the United States held midterm elections for Congress positions all across the country. Included in those was the race between the incumbent U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill (D) and Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley (R) for McCaskill's Missouri seat in the U.S. Senate. Chief Photo...

Overprescribed

Overprescribed

Grace Snelling and Lila Taylor

November 4, 2018

"I broke my nose playing basketball when I was 15 and I was prescribed tylenol-3's, which are codeine. I remember I just took them and I liked the way they made me feel. It was a different high than weed, and when I put the two together it was exactly what I’d been looking for, so that started [my...

Sixth Grade Camp vs. The Athletic Department

Sixth Grade Camp vs. The Athletic Department

Cece Cohen, Reporter

November 2, 2018

It seems as though the Clayton athletic department has a stigma when it comes to sixth-grade camp. Sixth-grade camp is an annual tradition where each fall the Wydown Middle School sixth grade class travels to Sherwood Forest Camp for 4 days and 3 nights. Depending on the number of sixth graders in...

Robotics Rolls into Wydown

Robotics Rolls into Wydown

Luka Bassnett, Reporter

October 9, 2018

Clayton High School is known for its successful FIRST robotics team, the Robohounds. However, while the high school team is well-known throughout the area (attending the World Championships in 2017), no similar club exists at Wydown Middle School. That will change this school year, when Wydown Middle School will become home to its own FIRST...

ARCHitecture & Renovations

ARCHitecture & Renovations

Josephine Cross and Noor Jerath

September 24, 2018

“For St. Louisans, the Arch really means home,” said Tom Nagel, the Communications Manager for the Gateway National Park Foundation. “When they see it from an airplane, or when they're coming back on a road trip, as soon as they see the Arch, they know they’re home.” Renovations on the...

Dulle propels Clayton Soccer to 2-1 win over Ladue Rams

Dulle propels Clayton Soccer to 2-1 win over Ladue Rams

Jacob LaGesse, Editor-in-Chief

September 17, 2018

Die-hard Greyhounds and casual spectators alike can rest easy: Clayton athletics are making a comeback. On Monday, Sept. 17 the CHS Boys’ Varsity Soccer team ended its losing streak against district rival Ladue Rams in a 2-1 victory with seconds to spare in extra time. “Over the course of the...

Honors for Hwande

Honors for Hwande

Sara Stemmler, Feature Section Editor

September 12, 2018

The first step that Captain Science Specialist Chris Hwande had to take in receiving the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science and Mathematics Teaching was to keep a secret. In fact, Hwande was aware of her incredible feat nearly a year before the ceremony actually took place in D.C this past...

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