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Lily Kleinhenz

Lily Kleinhenz, Chief Digital Editor

Lily Kleinhenz is a Senior at Clayton High School Missouri. She is a Chief Digital Editor and a part of Photo Journalism. Lily loves writing and reading, taking photos, shopping, and crocheting. She is looking forward to this year!

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[Photo] Beauty and the Beast

Victoria Fan, Page Editor
March 9, 2023
Sean Doherty now works at the Missouri Botanical Gardens.

[Photo] Sean Doherty

November 21, 2022
Christopher Lowery as Scientist 1.

CHS Play: The Squirrels

Lily Kleinhenz, Chief Digital Editor
November 10, 2022
Editor Ana Mitreva shares her response to the overturn of Roe V. Wade  for the October Cover, Post Roe: Abortion in STL

[Photo] Editor’s Letter: Ana Mitreva

Ana Mitreva, Managing Editor
October 19, 2022
Pictured is the new mascot for Clayton High School.

[Photo] The New Mascot

Micah Lotsoff, Copy Editor
September 29, 2022
After moving around different colleges, she began working at Loyola University Chicago. What happened next is, as Johnson described, a typical St. Louis story. “ I moved to Chicago and then after I had a child, I moved back to raise my family here.”

[Photo] Katy-Jane Johnson

Alex Slen, Editor-in-Chief
September 1, 2022
Hooper moved back to St. Louis after the pandemic, when she realized she wanted to be closer to family and she wanted to be closer to her younger siblings who currently attend Captain Elementary School.

Destiny Hooper

Lily Kleinhenz, Chief Digital Editor
September 1, 2022
Many members of the team aren’t yet accustomed to having in-person tournaments, as Clayton just returned to doing non-virtual tournaments last spring. Zustiak hopes to make this transition easier.

[Photo] Kim Zustiak

Sidra Major, Chief Digital Editor
September 1, 2022
While at her previous schools, Brown led many different diversity and affinity groups. She also participated in Sister-To-Sister, The African-American Accelerated Student Program, and the College Planning Program

[Photo] Chandra Brown

Zoe Daniels-Sankey, Opinion Section Editor
September 1, 2022
Kreher hopes to expand the role of the yearbook at our school and make the yearbook an integral part of our school.

[Photo] Scott Kreher

Iris Park, Page Editor
September 1, 2022
Despite Fouquet’s French ancestry, he excelled at Spanish during high school and college. “I took a couple of classes in high school but it wasn’t super engaging to me,” said Fouquet. “Then I had some really engaging professors in college that I gravitated towards, and they encouraged me along the way.”

[Photo] Nathan Fouquet

Ruby Nadin, Editor-in-Chief
September 1, 2022
After moving back to her hometown of Maplewood to start at CHS, she hopes to bring with her a commitment to connecting with her students through interactive and engaging classes.

[Photo] Ava Hughes

Ivy Reed, Editor-in-Chief
September 1, 2022
While Parrish could be conducting large college and adult level choirs as he did in college, his love for teaching has always come back to the high school age.

[Photo] Brian Parish

Charlie Meyers, Senior Managing Editor
September 1, 2022
New Interim Assistant Principal, Buddy Sodemann.

[Photo] Buddy Sodemann

Isabel Erdmann, Managing Editor
September 1, 2022
McMillian has been passionate about physical education since college. Having spent the last eighteen years working with college athletics, he has been wanting to shift his teaching to younger students.

[Photo] Joshua McMillian

Micah Lotsoff, Copy Editor
September 1, 2022
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[Photo] Powerful Paige

Ruby Nadin, Editor-in-Chief
May 20, 2022
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[Photo] My Digital Trail

Ella Cuneo, Editor-in-Chief
May 16, 2022
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