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A Lasting Legacy

A Lasting Legacy

May 12, 2017


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A look into the lives and careers of seven CHS teachers retiring at the end of the 2016-2017 school year

The Heroin Epidemic

The Heroin Epidemic

Mitali Sharma and Samantha Zeid

March 1, 2017


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The Globe investigates a phenomenon that is on the rise in St. Louis and across the nation.

Separate and Unequal

Separate and Unequal

Camille Respess, Ellie Tomasson, and Charlie Brennan

January 24, 2017


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  “Separate and Unequal”: the current Voluntary Student Transfer program and the uncertain future of public education in our city is the third installment of a three-part series on housing, accessibility to education, and the Voluntary Student Transfer Program. The Globe is dedicating three...

Separate and Unequal: The Story of Race-Based Educational Access in St. Louis

Separate and Unequal: The Story of Race-Based Educational Access in St. Louis

Camille Respess and Ellie Tomasson

December 13, 2016


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“Separate and Unequal”: The Story of Race-Based Educational Access in St. Louis is the second installment of a three-part series on housing, accessibility to education, and the Voluntary Student Transfer Program. The Globe is dedicating three issues to discuss these topics because, as we dove into...

Separate and Unequal: The Legacy of Racist Housing Policy in St. Louis

Separate and Unequal: The Legacy of Racist Housing Policy in St. Louis

Noah Brown, Camille Respess, and Ellie Tomasson

November 1, 2016


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“Separate and Unequal”: The Legacy of Racist Housing Policy in St. Louis is the first installment of a three-part series on housing, accessibility to education, and the Voluntary Student Transfer Program. The Globe is dedicating three issues to discuss these topics because, as we dove into this story...

The Centene Project

The Centene Project

Nicholas Lee, Maddy Bale, Daniel Cho, Noah Brown, and Lila Taylor

September 26, 2016


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Anyone raised in Clayton has watched the city grow taller. Children stand on their tiptoes and peer eagerly out of their windows as bulldozers and swinging cranes uplift the earth, marking the places where, in a short few months, steel and cement will stand. With each addition of a new building or c...

Lead Learners

Lead Learners

Camille Respess, Editor-in-Chief

August 29, 2016


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  Last November, when Dr. Sharmon Wilkinson took a medical leave from her position as superintendent of the School District of Clayton, she knew who to leave the District in the hands of - then Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources Dr. Sean Doherty. “I felt honored that [Wilkins...

Bursting the Bubble: The Grove

Bursting the Bubble: The Grove

Sophie Allen, Alex Bernard, and Grace Harrison

May 12, 2016


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Five and a half miles away from Clayton, a fluorescent sign hangs above Manchester Avenue, marking the entrance to a strip of restaurants, coffee shops, bars and street art known as The Grove. On a Saturday afternoon, the block was almost empty, only to make way for a pulsation of life just a few ho...

Hall of Fame

Hall of Fame

Brian Gatter, Reporter

May 12, 2016


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INTRODUCTION According to the Clayton Alumni Association, a Hall of Fame candidate has each of the following qualities: “Excellence in service to a recognized profession such as law, education, medicine, science, journalism, etc., outstanding success in trade, business or industry, demonstration of hi...

Bursting the Bubble: Old North St. Louis

Bursting the Bubble: Old North St. Louis

Olivia Joseph, Lisi Levy, Camille Respess, and Ellie Tomasson

April 3, 2016


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Nestled above downtown St.Louis and just west of the Mississippi lies a 30 acre neighborhood:Old North St. Louis. Within this small locality exists a duplicitous community of decrepit, backless houses, peppered with newer revitalized homes, centered around the clean-swept, newly paved, sleek façaded...

Social Studies

Social Studies

Camille Respess, Olivia Reuter, and Samantha Zeid

February 22, 2016


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Introduction Human beings are wired to compare themselves to others. They can fall into the trap of valuing themselves based upon their perception of others’ strengths and weaknesses. In this technological world, not only can the lives of others be seen through social media, but people often compa...

Homelessness

Homelessness

Noah Brown, Editor-in-Chief

January 7, 2016


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I. Clayton Connections Giacomo Brao, a former CHS student, housed two homeless people, one in his shed, and one in his house. At age 16, Brao met the first of two homeless people he would eventually house, 17-year-old Sean. They met in the Central West End, close to where Brao lives. Sean lived in St...

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