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Permanent daylight savings

Permanent daylight savings

Caitlin Kuhlmann, Reporter May 9, 2022
“I am in my little Midwestern mouse hole, I hate having to deal with the week and a half of being tired after daylight savings, maybe there's something a little more to it,” said Meyers.
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The New York Colossus

Caleb Park, Reporter April 25, 2022

According to an analysis by the Columbia Journalism Review, The New York Times has more digital subscribers than The Dallas Morning News — in Dallas. The New York Times also has more digital subscribers...

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Stereotype Threat: A Psychological Situation

Zoe Daniels-Sankey, Reporter April 7, 2022

While driving in downtown St. Louis, my dad and I were pulled over by law enforcement. We were dropping off mail and waited at a stop light to make a left hand turn. We make the turn and then immediately...

Millennials and the Age Gap

Millennials and the Age Gap

Sidra Major, Reporter April 6, 2022

Millennials trail furthest behind in terms of having spouses and children. The desire to marry early and start a big family is on the decline, which projects grave consequences for future generations. "That's...

Masked CHS students sit outside in the quad.

A Social Paradox

JiaLi Deck, Managing Editor April 5, 2022

I’ve been looking forward to this since the first day I had to wear a mask. I missed sitting in the quad breathing in the fresh morning air. I missed watching people sing. I missed snacking on a granola...

Clayton’s New COVID Policies

Victoria Fan, Reporter March 31, 2022

Beginning Monday, April 4, 2022, the Clayton School District will lift its mask mandate and enact the mask-recommended policy. Masking, particularly in schools, remains an issue of much confusion due...

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Politics and the Olympics

Caitlin Kuhlmann, Reporter March 15, 2022

Many past Olympics had displays against racial inequality. One of the more notable times was at the 1968 Olympics, where two African-American runners raised their fists in a symbolic moment. Afterward,...

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K-pop: the Popular Culture on the Rise

Victoria Fan, Reporter March 15, 2022

September 9th, 2021, 11:00 pm central time, Lisa released her first-ever solo, Lalisa. In 24 hours, the music video reached 73.6 million views on YouTube, breaking a record set by Taylor Swift. As a member...

Green and blue are the two main colors that make up planet Earth. But over the last few years, several disasters have affected our environment, and took away some of the green and blue that we once had.

Could We Reclaim The “Green and Blue” That Was Lost?

Charlie Miller, Page Editor March 15, 2022

The planet of Earth is known for its two main colors: green and blue. Green landscapes and blue bodies of water will only have greatness if there’s nothing that will demolish their purpose. They serve...

Advertising Insecurities

Chloe Lin February 25, 2022

There are many positives to the internet. People are about to connect with others, as well as learn new things. The internet often acts as a source of relief for many teens and young adults. In a world...

The Effects of an Abortion Ban

The Effects of an Abortion Ban

Chloe Lin February 25, 2022

As of Oct 2020, Poland’s discredited Constitutional Tribunal claimed that abortions as “severe and irreversible fetal defect or incurable illness that threatens the fetus’ life," calling them unconstitutional....

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, wealth inequality has skyrocketed to historic levels. Two-thirds of the nations wealth is only carried by the top 10% of households. The St.Louis Public Radio is now doing research on the impact of the racial wealth gap in the United States.

A Great Rise in Racial Disparity of Home Ownership in St.Louis

Charlie Miller, Page Editor February 24, 2022

Ever since the coronavirus health crisis became a global pandemic, several American families have lost their jobs, and even their homes. Many areas of the nation are facing growing gaps of racial disparity...

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