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The student news site of Clayton High School.

The Globe

The student news site of Clayton High School.

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Are TikTok Stars Artists?

Are TikTok Stars Artists?

JiaLi Deck, Managing Editor November 13, 2021

In the 21st century, a new medium of self expression has emerged, and with it a new set of critics have deemed it lesser, compared to more traditional forms of art. This platform: TikTok. The influencers...

Failures in the Bussing System

Failures in the Bussing System

Lily Kleinhenz, Chief Digital Editor November 12, 2021

Getting up early every day, waiting out in the cold hours of the morning for the bus to come to pick you up for school, only for it to come hours late. This was the reality for many students in the Clayton...

Mr. Joseph Millianos classroom whiteboard after his Honors Freshmen Physics class.

Preparing Freshmen for the Velocity of High School

Sidra Major and Alison Booth November 8, 2021

Infamous for its quick pace and hours of work outside of class, many veterans of the honors freshman physics class say it’s doing more good than harm in the long term. Although there have been four...

The Star Wars logo: instantly recognizable, beautifully designed. But what does it really represent?

Star Wars: A Tale of Racism

Ezri Perrin, Reporter October 18, 2021
Everything from the most well-known pieces of the Star Wars universe to obscure details included only in old cartoons and comics contains an insidious racism that will often be overlooked by white fans but is glaringly obvious to fans of color.
The Covid Rollercoaster

The Covid Rollercoaster

Samantha Braidwood, Reporter October 11, 2021

Masked? Unmasked? Vaxed? Unvaxed? 2020-2021 have been just under two years of emotional, physical, and mental roller coasters. With mask mandates being enforced, and then unenforced, and enforced again,...

The COVID-19 vaccine uses mRNA to help human cells develop a protein to provide immunity to the virus.

Examining Vaccine Hesitancy

Norah Gross, Reporter October 11, 2021

As soon as the COVID-19 vaccine was made available for those under age 18, my friends and I all rushed to get it. We had an inside joke of “vaxxed girl summer” and flaunted our bandaids and vaccine...

Artwork by Sonali Dayal

Accommodations: We Aren’t Doing Enough

Ezri Perrin, Reporter October 6, 2021

The American Education System is a deeply flawed institution that, due to its long-standing use as a tool wielded by industrialists to create workers, does not take into account the health of its students...

A loaf of challah bread for Shabbat.

Spirituality and Food: A Love Letter To Myself

Isabella Bamnolker, Page Editor September 28, 2021

Food and spirituality have always been heavily intertwined for me throughout my life. Growing up, food was my love language. It was what brought me and my dad together, it was what healed me through my...

Type 3A hair

Can I Touch Your Hair

Zoe Daniels-Sankey, Reporter September 28, 2021

Tribal braids. Lemonade braids. Pixie crops. Dreadlocks. Box braids. Goddess braids.  I know, I know, you’re probably wondering what exactly I just named off. For those who do not know, these are...

The Dixie fire in Plumas and Butte counties forms a massive cloud.  In July, the fire surpassed 100,000 acres, becoming the second California wildfire in 2021 to ever pass this milestone.

Let’s Stop Trashing in the Clayton District

Charlie Miller, Page Editor September 21, 2021

Climate change is simply why numerous disasters have impacted our country in just a short time. Several countries, especially the United States, have experienced several natural disasters this past summer,...

Thirsty at CHS?

Thirsty at CHS?

Sidra Major, Reporter September 21, 2021

I woke up one morning, late. My lunch wasn’t packed, shoes were untied and my hair was a mess. During my zero hour class I realized I had forgotten my water bottle. By first period, I sat at my desk...

What Really Matters?

What Really Matters?

Enoch Lai, Opinion Section Editor September 15, 2021

2020. The year of contradictions. The year of unity and division. Hope and despair. Joy and distress. Patience and impatience. Learning and unlearning. Life and death. It contained a terrible pandemic...

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