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The student news site of Clayton High School.

The Globe


A scene from the Broadway Matilda Musical from Creative Commons License

Review on Matilda the Musical the Movie

Riley Zimmerman, Reporter January 29, 2023

I give Matilda the musical the movie a 5 out of 5. You may think that this movie would be a normal happy kids movie, but there were actually lots of deep ideas and sad emotions throughout the movie....

What AI Can Teach Us About Being Human

What AI Can Teach Us About Being Human

Lavanya Mani, Reporter January 24, 2023

How much of the world should be guided by algorithms? That’s a question more and more people are asking themselves as awareness increases about the scope of AI. Students can input prompts into ChatGPT...

A collection of items all deemed basic

That’s so Basic

JiaLi Deck, Managing Editor December 15, 2022
It’s time for us to stop prosecuting each other for liking things considered mainstream. People should be free to enjoy what makes them happy, whether or not those things align with society’s view of what is good. 
The Complex of Overnight Activities

The Complex of Overnight Activities

December 13, 2022

“I loved going on overnight activities for high school clubs like Speech and Debate or Robotics. I felt like the best team bonding always happened on these trips… They left me with great memories and...

For teens, social media is a major aspect of life.

Too Much Transparency

Lavanya Mani, Reporter December 9, 2022

How far are you willing to go for internet validation? That’s a question every social media user has to answer when they make their accounts. When I chose to keep my Instagram private, it wasn’t an...

Is it Offensive… Or Are People Too Sensitive?

April Kim, Reporter December 6, 2022

Why is it rude to call people as fat? When I was younger, I was taught that calling someone was fat was the same as calling them ugly. If you are called fat, you are supposed to feel embarrassed, ashamed,...

Asianess: The Incurable Disease

April Kim, Reporter December 6, 2022

 I've always disliked the word Asianess. It sounds like a disease, one that people refuse to openly converse about, and shun those that have it. I suppose I feel that way because I am Asian, and I have...

Alyssa Blanke - A Sophomore at CHS.

Will Gen Z allow their kids to use social media?

Kennedy Anderson, Reporter November 9, 2022

“We’re training and conditioning a whole new generation of people that when we are uncomfortable or lonely or uncertain or afraid we have a digital pacifier for ourselves that is kind of atrophying...

In liu of the tragic shooting at Central Visual & Performing Arts Highschool, JiaLi Deck reflects on what its like to grow up in the wake of constant tragedy.

My Best Attempt

JiaLi Deck, Managing Editor November 1, 2022

I don’t quite know how to start. I’ve sat here staring at the cursor for almost thirty minutes. Blink. Blink. Blink. What are you going to write JiaLi? What are you going to say? I don’t know. How...

President George W. Bush signs the No Child Left Behind Act into law at a high school in Hamilton, OH, 2002. Bush is flanked by congressmen, cabinet members, and students.

Lessons Learned From No Child Left Behind

Caleb Park,  Page Editor  October 21, 2022

On Jan. 8, 2002, President George W. Bush signed the No Child Left Behind Act into law after it passed through Congress with overwhelming bipartisan support. Its messaging called for bridging the gap between...

Language Complexity

October 19, 2022

Do all languages progressively get more complex? The degree of such complexity varies greatly between languages and is affected by a variety of sociolinguistic and historical elements, including language...

CHS production of Men in Boats, photo taken by Eric Woolsey

Theater’s Diversity Problem (and What CHS Can Do)

Lavanya Mani and Sanjana Chanda October 19, 2022

How do you tell a story when you don’t know the ending? Theater is an amalgamation of artistic forms– dance, music, writing– all of which lend themselves to storytelling. But the recent controversy...

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