As the school becomes larger and more teachers are hired, how does the diversity at Payton compare to CPS and Chicago?Infograph by TJ Boland and Julia Moore Payton Expands to 1,077 and […]
By Nyarai Khepra Staff Writer Aries: Turkey You’re the main attraction, Aries! People admire your passion and independent spirit. Taurus: Dressing and Stuffing People either love or hate you, Taurus, but […]
By Hank Fritzmann, Staff Writer When you hear the word “ensemble,” what do you think of? Most think of marching band, their high school football team, and some think of the theater. Angela […]
By Coleman McJessy Recently, the Illinois General Assembly passed Senate Bill 1947, a first attempt to restructure the inequitable education funding that has defined Illinois for years. Here’s the Breakdown: PROS Illinois’ […]
Red Bull Sound Select’s “30 Days in Chicago” showcases a new wave of eclectic, envelope-pushing voices
By Sarah Jester, Staff Writer On November 9th, a chilly Thursday night, crowds of people screamed with excitement as Kali Uchis’ unmistakable voice rang out through Thalia Hall’s large speakers. Known for […]
70% of Payton seniors lost at least one week of their senior year off-campus lunch privileges, according to a poll of over 100 members of the class of 2018 conducted at the […]
Payton Players premiered its performance of the play “Red Noses” on Friday night, in front of a large crowd in the school auditorium. The play, written by Peter Barnes in 1978, is a zany comedy set in France during the Black Death of the 1300s.