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The Dangers of a Liberal Bubble

The Dangers of a Liberal Bubble

Damien Stahl, Reporter

March 12, 2018

When you imagine the best learning space for young people, what comes to mind? I think most would agree that an open-minded, inclusive space comes to mind. While Clayton High School prides itself on these characteristics, it is not always true. In many cases, Clayton is an open-minded, inclusive space....

STAFF ED: The True National Treasure

STAFF ED: The True National Treasure

March 5, 2018

National parks today are defined as a scenic or historically important areas of countryside protected by the federal government for the enjoyment of the general public or the preservation of wildlife. Although our national parks are considered one our greatest decisions as a nation, we are seeing attempts...

Pro / Con: Net Neutrality

Pro / Con: Net Neutrality

February 5, 2018

STAFF ED: Show Me Free Speech

STAFF ED: Show Me Free Speech

January 31, 2018

Last March, high schoolers in Pittsburg, Kansas caused an uproar in their town after publishing an article in the school newspaper that accused the newly hired principal of harboring false credentials. Threats of suspension and lawsuits were tossed at them like tomatoes on a bad comedian. The fact...

Love, The Globe

Love, The Globe

Olivia Joseph, Opinion Section Editor

January 26, 2018

My dad wasn’t always my dad. There was a time when he was just my parent: A stoic figure, a homework helper, but not quite a source of love. He never needed to be. My mom provided all the love I needed. She was more than just a parent - she was a friend, a confidant, and most importantly, she loved...

Missouri Loses in Greiten’s Fights With Board of Education

Missouri Loses in Greiten’s Fights With Board of Education

David Higuchi, Reporter

January 22, 2018

The Governor has placed himself above Missouri's education system.

Asian Misrepresentation in Media

Asian Misrepresentation in Media

Ashley Chung, Senior Managing Editor

January 21, 2018

At first, when I heard that there would be an Asian woman in the new Star Wars movie, I was shocked. An Asian? In a Star Wars movie? I couldn’t comprehend it. My shocked reaction was soon replaced by excitement, but I asked myself, why was there a momentary feeling of shock? Surely if a black or w...

Pro / Con: NGA Facility

Pro / Con: NGA Facility

December 8, 2017

Globe reporters debate the location of the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency, which recently recommended St. Louis as a site for their new facility.

STAFF ED: Sexual Assault

STAFF ED: Sexual Assault

December 8, 2017

Clayton must incorporate more self-defense and consensual behavior lessons into its curriculum.

Apple vs. Samsung

Apple vs. Samsung

Hongkai Jiang, Victor Wei, and Junyi Su

December 6, 2017

Nearly ten years ago, Steve Jobs began the modern smartphone industry with the launch of the iPhone. While Apple dominated in the cellphone industry, the Android platform struggled with an equal alternative. Three years later, Samsung reached success with the release of the Galaxy S. From that poi...

Chapman Plaza

Chapman Plaza

Cody Krutzsch, Reporter

December 5, 2017

Compared to a photograph of Forest Park during the 1904 World's Fair, there are almost no differences. Shaw park’s new fountain provides the cityscape with some eye candy that has been lost in St. Louis for generations. This eye candy is water. An artist and an artwork all at the same time, water act...

Banned Books

Banned Books

Noor Jerath, Senior Managing Editor

November 3, 2017

Just recently passed the last week of September and, with it, Banned Books Week. This week is described by the American Library Association (ALA) as a week “in shared support of the freedom to seek and to express ideas, even those some consider unorthodox or unpopular.” There are currently over...

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