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Corbo’s Chords

Maddy Bale, Senior Managing Editor February 19, 2018

“When I played in front of people, I would get so nervous, and my right hand would shake so badly.  How it used to be, every note I played would shake,” CHS junior and violinist David Corbo said....

Josh Cui: An InCUIsitive Mind

Josh Cui: An InCUIsitive Mind

Maddy Bale, Senior Managing Editor January 15, 2018

“I did it for myself, not for other people,” CHS junior Josh Cui said.  “I feel like people would have been supportive of my art, but I just never really talked about it.  It was just a personal...

Photo of fairy garden.

The Fanatical Fairy Garden Fad

Catherine Walsh and Bridget Walsh October 23, 2017
“It got our community out and walking through the neighborhood, which is what we need more of in the city. It creates a safer feeling.”
Photo of Garvey(right) in Iraq. Photo from Garvey.

Matthew Garvey: From Soldier to Teacher

Michael Bernard and Lise Derksen October 21, 2017

“We had about three weeks left in Iraq, and then we were gonna be packing up and heading back home. We were occupying a building [that] was part of the Iraqi government complex. The insurgents tried...

Photo of Hack by John Lamb.

The Hack is Back

Catherine Walsh and Madeleine Ackerburg April 9, 2017

When Sam Hack steps into the spotlight, it is not just as a popular substitute teacher at Clayton High School. Hack has been invested in the world of theatre since he was a little boy. “I was...

Brad Krone (center) and two of his comrades stand outside a Naval Base in San Diego. Photos from Krone.

Brad on a Boat

Michael Bernard and Sean Kim March 1, 2017

“I put on a uniform one day and all of a sudden [enlisted soldiers] were saluting me,” CHS chemistry teacher Brad Krone said. “I didn’t know how to salute.” In May of 1994, Krone was commissioned...

Photos of Boyd in IHOP. Photos by Areeba Khan.

Boyd’s Loyalty

Michael Bernard and Daniel Cohen March 1, 2017

Before the sun comes up on the small blue hut on the corner of South Brentwood and Clayton, Betty Boyd is already at work serving her customers at the local IHOP, or as she calls them: family. Boyd has...

Photo from Mvstermind Management

Mvstermind Muhammad

Sean Kim and Kedar Venkatesh January 25, 2017

“My pops told me at a young age, ‘Music is the universal language. It’s a universal connector. It’s what has connected humankind and allowed us to make it through all these different situations....

Anew Nature  interns carrying furniture and wood

Anew Nature, A New Life

Noah Brown, Managing Editor January 24, 2017

Torrence Breaux lost everything. “I made a bunch of stupid decisions, following the wrong people, listening to the wrong crowd, trying to make fast money. I had a job, and would quit the job because...

Unwind Together
Painting by Cbabi Bayoc

365 Days with Dad

Mitali Sharma, Editor-in-Chief January 24, 2017

Cbabi Bayoc is becoming a well-known name in the St. Louis area. The artist, a St. Louis local himself, had his work featured as the cover of Prince’s 2001 album, “The Rainbow Children,” and has...

Hi-Pointe History

Hi-Pointe History

Catherine Walsh and Maddy Bale January 22, 2017

Built in 1922, the Hi-Pointe Theatre on McCausland Avenue is the oldest continuously- operating, single-screen movie theater in the St. Louis Metropolitan area.   Throughout its many years, the Theatre...

Einstein playing the drums with one of the village locals. Photo from Einstein.

Lisa’s Legacy

Michael Bernard and Jacob LaGesse December 20, 2016
“In 5th or 6th grade, I came home from school and asked [my dad]: ‘I’m the only girl in my honors math class. Do you think that there’s something genetically different between girls and boys, and boys are better at math and science?’ He was like ‘I can’t believe they tricked you, my own daughter,” said Lisa Einstein, CHS graduate of 2009 and Peace Corps volunteer.
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