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Allie Glidewell (10) pets Jax, a goldendoodle, during his visit Sept. 7. He was in therapy dog training for two years and still attends weekly classes to practice his skills. “We thought that [therapy dogs] sounded like a really cool opportunity that students would enjoy,” librarian Jennifer Tuttle said.

Love on a Leash comes to library

Ella Bender, Staff September 14, 2023

Three dogs came to Ladue’s library during L2 of seminar Sept. 7. These trained therapy dogs are members of the Love on a Leash program. “We actually found out about it from a librarians' conference,”...

Artists have their work out on display under white canopies as a crowd walks from booth to booth. This year, 156 local artists were handpicked by the fairs juries from approximately 1,115 applicants. “I came to walk around, get some good exercise and just shop around with my family,” sophomore Marah Swillinger said. “We find art fairs so fun to walk around and find art.”

St. Louis Art Fair celebrates 30th anniversary

Grace Kweon, Staff September 14, 2023

On Sept. 8-10, the annual St. Louis Art Fair (SLAF) celebrated its 30th anniversary with art showcases, food, live performances and children's activities in the heart of Clayton. At the art fair, stations...

Akhil Nadithe, at the podium, and Annabelle Lang, by the whiteboard, introduce the program to newer members. Nineteen students attended the meeting, the highest turnout in years.

Character Cadre hosts first meeting of semester

Frank Chen, Staff September 7, 2023

Character Cadre hosted its first meeting of the semester Tuesday, Sept. 5 in Room 2328. A club dedicated to acts of kindness and public service, Character Cadre has been around for several years.  “One...

The football team stands during the playing of the national anthem at Ladue Horton Watkins High School Sept. 9. The team ultimately beat the Lindbergh Flyers 17-7. “The touchdown on the 10 yard line, when Beau threw it, [was my favorite moment of the night],” Bailey said.

Student section moves sides to right side of stadium

Mason Eastman , staff September 7, 2023

Due to an unexpected relocation of the student section, Ladue football fans cheered their team to a win over the Lindbergh Flyers from a new spot in the stands Sept. 1.   Ladue's student section has...

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