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Missouri’s Banned Books

Stella Bishop and Caitlin Kuhlmann October 5, 2022

The majority of Missouri Senate Bill 775 concerns the rights of sexual assault survivors, while one small portion, Section 573.550, concerns the “Offense of providing explicit sexual material to a student.”...

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What’s up with Wordle?

JiaLi Deck, Managing Editor September 27, 2022

Few trends have managed to reach such a large range of people than the internet’s most recent viral sensation, Wordle. According to the New York Times over 300,000 people play the word game daily. At...

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Pro/Con: Student Debt Assistance (Pro)

Ezri Perrin, Reporter September 27, 2022
It is better to relieve student debt in order to improve the mental health of borrowers, to reduce the risk of poverty, homelessness, and addiction for borrowers, to bolster the economy, to assist debtors of color, and to practice philosophies of kindness and harm reduction.
According to M.D. Alana Biggers of Medical News Today, adults who are deprived of sleep for longer periods of time become more prone to obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and even anxiety or depression.

Sleep Well Tonight, Remember Your Name Tomorrow!

Leo Zhu, Reporter September 27, 2022

In 2009, David M. Holtzman, MD and scientific director of the Hope Center for Neurological Disorders at WashU, began investigating the potential causes for a buildup of amyloid beta protein in the brain,...

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High Rises are on the Boom in Clayton, What Will it Mean for the Future?

Anaïs Ogé, Reporter September 27, 2022

Hard hats and cranes, a familiar sight in Clayton nowadays, and this trend will not be stopping any time soon.  Anna Krane, the City of Clayton’s development and planning director, says that “Based...

After one month of school, sophomore Analee Miller has already received over 116 handouts on paper and has turned in around 30 assignments online.

The Pandemic’s Effects on use of Paper vs. Digital Resources

Madeline Jeans and Kennedy Anderson September 26, 2022

Over the past few years, teachers have dramatically changed the way they need to teach their students. During the peak of COVID-19, teachers could only assign work online which was challenging for them...

CON: Biden’s Student Debt Relief

Sidra Major, Reporter September 22, 2022

At first glance, Biden's executive order to cancel billions of dollars in student debt seems like a dream come true. With almost 50 million Americans who struggle with student loans, it makes total sense...

PRO: Biden’s Student Debt Relief

Ezri Perrin, Reporter September 22, 2022

Student debt, and whether it should be forgiven, has been a hot topic in the news recently. President Biden, to his credit, has issued an executive order relieving up to $20k of debt for those making under...

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the Good News

Elias Kilbridge, Reporter September 22, 2022

At 11:30 on September 11, teenager Darryl Ross was shot and killed by police. Boom. One sentence and you’re hooked. Part of being a human being is wanting to know more, and as a result, people are naturally...

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Learn and Forget: Remember What You Learn

Victoria Fan, Page Editor May 23, 2022

Not that I do not want to moonwalk with Einstein, the reason that I picked up the book Moonwalking with Einstein was the subtitle: “The Art and Science of Remembering Everything.” In the next few weeks,...

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Personal Choice or Political Statement?

Avie Mallon, Reporter May 20, 2022

On the morning of April 4th students walked into school nervously, masks stuffed in their back pockets.  As CHS makes the transition to mask-optional, students and teachers alike were relieved to see...

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