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The “Chinese Virus”- How the Coronavirus Pandemic is affecting Asian Americans across the United States

Racism towards Asian Americans has become increasingly prevalent as COVID-19 takes center stage
Tiancheng Fan and Seraphina Corbo May 2, 2020

A cold glare, being spat on, or even being violently attacked. This is the reality that thousands of people of Asian descent are experiencing amid the Coronavirus pandemic. While not many people were concerned...

A Creative Quarantine

A Creative Quarantine

Staying at home may prevent us from doing some of our favorite things, but the isolation provides a perfect opportunity to create art.
Chloe Creighton, Page Editor April 30, 2020

Seeing the barren shelves in the toilet paper aisle and shoppers wearing face masks at grocery stores can make it seem like we are living in a dystopia. And though our situation may not look quite like...

People all other the world are wearing masks amid COVID-19.

Masks or Not: the Cultural Differences Between the West and East

Reporter Victoria Fan writes about the cultural differences between the East and the West in relation to mask wearing
Tiancheng Fan, Reporter April 12, 2020

COVID-19 put a mask on everyone in China soon after the outbreak in Wuhan. A focus for many people is whether they should wear masks amid the spread of COVID, and if so, what kind. People could get...

Trump addresses the White House press briefing room on April 7.

When Incompetence Becomes Deadly: The Trump Administration’s Coronavirus Response

How President Trump's response to the COVID-19 pandemic failed the American people
Ivy Reed, Opinion Section Editor April 8, 2020

We all need some fun right now, so here’s a little game: match each statement to the person who said it -- President Trump or Dr. Fredrick Echols, Director of the City of St. Louis Department of Health. “I...

This image, drawn by Tiancheng Fan, represents the eating of vegetables are the protection for cute animals.

Becoming A Vegetarian

Tiancheng Fan, Reporter April 1, 2020

Protein deficient or pallid weaklings might come to mind when talking about vegetarians. The new United Nations report predicted that by 2050, well in our lifetimes, in fact, 30 from now, there will be...

A controversial new virus is affecting people around the world. Courtesy of Science Photo Library.

Coronavirus Controversy

Yiyun Xu and Kaitlyn Tran March 9, 2020
“[People] try to come up with reasons to psychologically protect themselves. In this case, I think they’re trying to blame the virus on China for Chinese people.” -- Lauren Sucher-O'Grady
Larry Wolff's car after being crashed by the group of thieves

Staying Safe in Clayton

How can people stay safe in the Clayton and St. Louis Community?
Ryan Kerr, Reporter March 3, 2020

On July 29, 2019 at 1:03 a.m., Clayton resident Larry Wolff was asleep in his home. He had two vehicles in his driveway. Security video from that night shows multiple people peering inside Mr. Wolff’s...

MURRIETA, CA - SEPTEMBER 4, 2019 -Firefighters battling the Tenaja fire, set up to protect homes at the end of Single Oak Way in Murrieta on September 4, 2019. (Genaro Molina/Los Angeles Times/TNS)

Climate Change and the 2020 Elections

Sofia Mutis and Elaine Yoo February 13, 2020

Only 18 months.  In July 2019, Dr. Hans Joachim Schellnhuber, climatologist and director of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Change stated that there would be 18 months until climate change damage...

Should Clayton High School students continue to support the College Board?

Why does Clayton Still Support College Board?

The Globe examines College Board's recent policy to shift the AP registration earlier, the head-scratching data that justifies this decision and CHS's role in condoning College Board.
Richard Cheng, Chief Digital Editor February 5, 2020

In light of recent cheating scandals with celebrities like Laurie Loughlin, the world was shocked to see the college admissions process contorted to serve the agendas of America’s most elite families....

The New York Times endorses Klobuchar and Warren for the Democratic nomination. With America as split as ever, did they get the call right?

A Reaction to the NY Times’ Endorsement of Amy Klobuchar and Elizabeth Warren

In a reaction to the New York Times' endorsement of candidates Amy Klobuchar and Elizabeth Warren for the Democratic nomination, Page Editor Dheera Rathikindi offers her perspectives into the two candidates.
Dheera Rathikindi, Reporter January 23, 2020

Since the founding of the New York Times in 1851, it has traditionally endorsed a single candidate for presidency. Breaking convention, the New York Times editorial committee has decided to endorse two...

The AP Literature project is a tradition that has been altered with the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic

Classic vs Modern Literature

All CHS students are required to read classic literature. But are we missing out on more relevant stories? How can we find a balance between older and newer texts?
Chloe Creighton and Daphne Kraushaar January 14, 2020

If any teenager were to ask their parents what books they read in high school, the answers would be alarmingly consistent. They might reminisce over a foggy memory of Shakespeare’s star-crossed lovers...

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Tiancheng Fan, Reporter January 8, 2020

“May we live long and share the beauty of the moon together, even if we are hundreds of miles apart.” On a Mid-autumn festival thousands of years ago, the Chinese poet Su Shi wrote this verse that...

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