Payton’s Beginning Choirs held their Winter Concert on Tuesday, December 12, serenading the audience in the recital hall with a diverse set of pieces, from Christmas classics to a Brazilian folk song.
By Matthew Marchbanks, Staff Writer Let the countdown begin… Turkey As the headliner of Thanksgiving dinner, turkey is one of the most iconic elements of a holiday dinner. Despite this clout, turkey […]
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 […]
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 […]
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.
By Ben Lohman Payton’s library has been home to many Payton students throughout the years. Recently Payton’s library has been the focus of policy changes with the space becoming a quiet zone. […]