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191 Days and Counting

191 Days and Counting

Katie Shaw, Features and A&E Editor

March 30, 2018


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Art has always held an important role at Ladue. LHWHS offers a variety of art classes, from pottery to drawing to AP Art Studio. It’s never challenging to find artists among the masses of students in the hallways either. However, junior Michelle Liu does have something that causes her to stand out. S...

Ladue sophomore builds record player

Ladue sophomore builds record player

Will Minifie, Staff Writer

March 12, 2018


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We walked into the engineering room where 15-year-old Sebastian McGregor had built his record player. Within a couple of minutes he pulled it out, set up the thing, and the metallic machine, which he hooked up to a portable speaker, began playing an old-sounding song. Sebastian had bought the record...

Ladue Senior Jams Out

Will Minifie, Staff Writer

March 12, 2018


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One year ago, Ladue senior Ben Fister uploaded his account’s first track “47 Ronin (Prod. by iRatz)” on SoundCloud under the alias FYYSTAR. Over the past two months alone, Fister has published more than a dozen more songs onto his page. With pieces he classifies as Grunge, Alt-Rock, lo-fi, Rap...

Ladue’s Violin Virtuoso

Ladue’s Violin Virtuoso

Felix Hu, News Writer

March 7, 2018


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Sophomore Anna Zhong is leading Ladue’s next generation of violin virtuosos. Ladue Symphonic Orchestra’s co-concertmaster’s job is far from easy, however. Since she was five years old, practicing and performing have taken up a large portion of Zhong’s daily life. “Contrary to what most people do, I normal...

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