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Adaeze Loynd (10), Khamari Davis (10), Kate Sheley (11) and Emma Bangert (11) warm up during their weekly rehearsal to prepare for their show. The show took place May 4 and the Viva Voce seniors took their final bow. “Every concert is always so fun because I get to do what I love, with people I love,” Loynd said. “But this show will be extra special since it’s our last spring concert with our seniors.”
News To Know
Important events that have occurred in April or are coming up in May
Cindy Liu, Staff
Debate team members pose together holding their medals. Each of the four juniors contributed to their overall fourth-place finish in state speech. “Every [Ladue student] who competed in speech made the podium, Bohan Pan  (11) said.
In It to Win It
Sylvia Hanes, Staff
Students and families from different backgrounds come together to showcase their identity and talent. After getting the food from different countries, many families and students enjoy the performances made by people from different cultural backgrounds. “Rams around the world gives me an opportunity to show my identity and who I am as a person,” Emaan Waheed (11) said.
Rams Around the World
Ladue High School hosted its second annual Rams Around the World event April 24
Nitya Nara, Staff
Learning Evolution
Learning Evolution
Freshman biology students learn natural selection through hands-on activities
Celina Zhou, Staff
The kitchen buzzes as students prepare their dishes. Maya Mitchell (12) chose to take Dalton’s class because of her love for food. “I like to cook, I like to eat,” Mitchell said.
Cultural Cuisine
Foods II explores and creates Indian food April 18
Sylvia Hanes, Staff
Cooking for a Cause
Cooking for a Cause
Ladue Unicef bakes various desserts for their upcoming bake-sale
Josh Devine, Staff
Students gathered outside to watch the eclipse at 2 p.m. Monday, April 8. The district supplied special glasses to allow students to view the eclipse at 99% totality. I just know that it’s really bright and tbat you’re not supposed to look into it, Kaichen Chou (11) said.
Experiencing the Eclipse
The Ladue School District arranged for all students to be able to safely view a solar eclipse April 8
Sylvia Hanes, Staff
Sara Rohatgi (11), Gia Grillo (11), Alexandra Tsygankov (11) and Luca Pinon-Dickey (11) walk through the hallway holding flags of different countries. The parade took place during seminar Feb. 5. “I like seeing all of the countries come together in one event,” Grillo said.
News to Know
Exploring activities at Ladue this February
Madeline Awad, Staff
Student actors and musicians conversed during their 10 minute intermission. They spent 40 minutes running the first act of the show. “My favorite part is definitely playing good music and hanging out with friends,” Camryn Miller (12) said. “Also, the snacks.”
Student Musicians Practice for the Spring Musical
Alzhraa Mahmoud, Staff
FemCo poses for a picture at their fundraiser table Feb. 12. The club had been selling gifts during the lunches leading up to Valentines Day to raise money. “FemCo is an intersectional feminist club where we focus on feminist discussions on theory and intersectionality, Betlehime Gema (12) said.
FemCo Hosts Valentine's Day Fundraiser
Mason Eastman, Staff
The Cheataz and BKE took a group photo after their JCC basketball game. Although they were disappointed in their loss, the Cheataz still celebrate with their friends. “It was a really fun game,” Avi Levin (11) said. “I can’t wait for the next one.”
Basketball J-League Team The Cheataz plays Burger King Elite
Grace Huewe, Staff
Students wave flags of countries that represent their cultural heritage during the Parade of Nations on Feb. 5. Students celebrated the tenth annual Parade of Nations by displaying important elements of their culture to represent how unique each individual Ladue student is. “Through the parade, students can gain an understanding of people they don’t usually talk to and who they are and what they represent,” Esayas said.
Students participate in Parade of Nations Feb. 5
Ryan Snyder, Staff
 Ladue Dance Marathon Executive Board revealed its final fundraising total Feb. 3. One by one, they flipped up their numbers to unveil the number that everyone in the room worked so hard for. “After the reveal and everything settled down, I was so happy we were able to make such a big impact for the Childrens Miracle Network,” Goodman said.
Dance Marathon Raises $64,517.11
Josh Devine, Staff
Lucas VonAllmen (12), Amelia Drake (10) and Kimmi Lin (10) perform at the Tan-Tar-A Conference Center. Each person performed in 3 of the 4 pieces that they played. “I had the marimba, vibraphone and snare drum,” VonAllmen said.
Percussion Ensemble Performs at the Missouri Music Educators Association
Marie Demkovitch, Staff
News to Know
News to Know
Activities and events come to Ladue this February
Mason Eastman, Staff
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