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DC Health nurse manager Ashley Hennigan fills a syringe with a dose of the Johnson and Johnson coronavirus vaccine during a walk-up clinic at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts outdoor Reach area on May 6, 2021, in Washington, D.C.

Should CHS Require COVID-19 Vaccination?

Sasha Keller , Pro/Con Section Editor September 15, 2021

Are you a student or teacher at CHS? Does the future schedule of our school worry you due to the fact that more people are getting infected and even dying from COVID-19 every day? Luckily both the Moderna...

Derek Chauvin’s trial, What it means, and Whats next?

Derek Chauvin’s trial, What it means, and What’s next?

Enoch Lai, Opinion Section Editor September 15, 2021

Papers rustled. The jury held its breath. After three weeks of hearing and seeing emotionally charged witness testimonies, damning evidence, and frightening videos, they knew that Derek Chauvin’s trial...

Vaccine Passports

Hannah Teagan, Page Editor September 15, 2021

Vaccine Passports Across the country the topic of vaccine passports has become a controversial one. Although this may be the next level to stopping the spread of COVID 19 many people believe that this...

Staff Ed: Teacher Sabbaticals

Staff Ed: Teacher Sabbaticals

Ivy Reed, Editor-in-Chief June 22, 2021

Last week, CHS celebrated Teacher Appreciation Week with notes, delivered snacks, and sidewalk-chalk messages for faculty members. But despite the festivity, this school year has been undeniably taxing...

Flawed Historical Narratives in the Classroom

Flawed Historical Narratives in the Classroom

Ivy Reed, Editor-in-Chief June 22, 2021

"In the mid-1800s, on the eve of the European domination of Africa, African people were divided into hundreds of ethnic and linguistic groups.” That’s according to “Modern World History: Volume...

The Politics of Economic Inequality

The Politics of Economic Inequality

Alex Slen, Editor-in-Chief May 6, 2021

Economic inequality is one of the oldest issues society has faced. From the founding of civilization to the Gilded Age and today, economic inequity has proved to be a divisive issue that has lasted for...

The 14th Amendment Explained

The 14th Amendment Explained

Alex Slen, Editor-in-Chief May 6, 2021

The 14th amendment is one of the most important constitutional amendments that you probably don't know anything about. So what is the 14th amendment, why is it so important and what does it tell us about...

Books to Read in 2021

Books to Read in 2021

May 6, 2021
Wondering what to read but don't know where to start? Then this is for you because there are some great recent book recommendations that all have good reviews.
Friends spend time together at sunset

Friendships During the Pandemic

Chloe Creighton, Page Editor May 6, 2021

What would we do without friends? Before the pandemic, as we talked in the halls, warning each other about pop-quizzes and laughing at inside jokes, we might have wondered. It would have been difficult...

Ella Cuneo

Productivity Culture: Art and Capitalism Through the Lens of Clayton High School

Ivy Reed, Editor-in-Chief May 6, 2021

Suppose a worker needed to dig a hole,” explained Professor Ian Fillmore, who teaches economics at Washington University in St. Louis. “If he uses just his hands, it will take a long time. But if we...

Clayton High School is obviously where the most concern arises for spread of COVID-19 in the School District of Clayton,  even though there has been no evidence of in-school transmission of it.

Block Scheduling is ‘The Wrong Thing’ for Clayton Schools

Kirby Miller, Page Editor May 6, 2021

Let’s look back at this crazy year we have experienced in school. In March 2020, the Covid-19 pandemic forced us to change our learning model for 4th quarter that year. It was the most lonely quarter...

Will Theaters Survive?

Will Theaters Survive?

Chloe Creighton, Page Editor April 6, 2021

Buttered popcorn melts in your mouth as you recline in your seat, lights dimming to immerse you in the 50-foot movie screen. Music fills your ears, vibrating through the floor. You lift the fizzing Coca-Cola...

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