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Sweeney Todd, played by Junior Derek Crisp, is revealed for the first time in the opening song, “The Ballad of Sweeney Todd.”

Lights Up On Fleet Street

JiaLi Deck and Dwight Erdmann February 6, 2024

The Demon Barber of Fleet Street came alive on the opening night of “Sweeney Todd,” Friday, Feb. 2. Over 75 students partook in the show: a mixture of cast, crew and pit musicians. Performing...

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...

Cory Wong at The Pageant

Cory Wong Comes to The Pageant

Rachel Chung, Feature Section Editor February 23, 2023

Cory Wong (Vulfpeck, Fearless Flyers) came Thursday, February 16th, 2023 to The Pageant alongside Victor Wooten (Bela Fléck and the Flecktones) and Trousdale, bringing a packed house. Opener Trousdale...

Christopher Lowery as Scientist 1.

CHS Play: The Squirrels

Lily Kleinhenz, Chief Digital Editor November 10, 2022

Learning to sew at eight years old by her Grandma, Annie Bisone has always had a passion for sewing and fashion, “All through high school and college, I made all my own clothes and shoes,” said Bisone. Her brand Lala Workshop, stemmed from wanting to create clothing she wasn’t seeing anywhere else. Not only are Bisone’s pieces fashionably unique, but also sustainable, “I reclaim fabric from whats leftover post production from design houses thats high quality. And then with the limited quantities I have I build and construct a fabric,” said Bisone. For over 10 years, Bisone also worked on a gender neutral children’s clothing line, “I kind of had a short little window of time, where I was patterning up for a wider audience because my son was getting older so I didn’t just want to keep making children’s clothes, said Bisone.

Meet the Artists Behind the St. Louis Art Fair

Lily Kleinhenz, Ana Mitreva, and Alison Booth September 14, 2022

The St. Louis Art Fair was another success this year. The 3-day fair which took place in Downtown Clayton on September 9-11th drew in artists from across the country as well as several local artists....

CHS Swim Meet Against Lindbergh Ends with Several Personal Wins for Swimmers

CHS Swim Meet Against Lindbergh Ends with Several Personal Wins for Swimmers

Lily Kleinhenz and Alex Cohen September 8, 2022

On September 8th 2022, the Clayton Greyhounds took on the Lindbergh Flyers at the Center of Clayton. Lindbergh beat Clayton 119-61 but many personal gains were made by Clayton swimmers.  Team Captain...

CHS Varsity Soccer Team Beats Parkway North 8-0

CHS Varsity Soccer Team Beats Parkway North 8-0

Lily Kleinhenz, Chief Digital Editor September 7, 2022

On Tuesday September 6th, CHS Varsity Soccer team played Parkway North at Gay Field. CHS beat Parkway North, 8-0.

CHS Boy’s Varsity Soccer team wins 2-0 against Principia

August 27, 2022

CHS Boy's Varsity Soccer team wins 2-0 against Principia at a home game at Gay Field on August 27th.  

CHS students gather around a table representing the All-in Coalition which is currently helping prevent drug and alcohol abuse with CHS students.

CHS Kicks off the New School Year with a Pep Rally and Activities Fair

Lily Kleinhenz, Chief Digital Editor August 26, 2022

Clayton High School kicked off the new school year by hosting an activities fair and pep-rally for fall sports.  Clubs like Student Council, Jewish Student Union, DECA, Community Service Club, Yearbook,...

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