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The student news site of Clayton High School.

The Globe

The student news site of Clayton High School.

The Globe

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A loved coach and friend Wally Lundt passed this week.  He will be remembered by many.

Wally Lundt

Caleb Park and Isaac Millians May 27, 2022

Wally Lundt (1927-2011) coached the CHS water polo and swimming teams for 35 years as part of his 60 year long career. Coach Lundt also served on the P.E. board, occasionally working as a teacher. His...

Signs outside the entrances alert students of masking policies.

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Personal Choice or Political Statement?

Avie Mallon, Reporter May 20, 2022

On the morning of April 4th students walked into school nervously, masks stuffed in their back pockets.  As CHS makes the transition to mask-optional, students and teachers alike were relieved to see...

Eligible members of the public, 18 and over, can register for a vaccine appointment through the Department of Health website: https://www1.nyc.gov/site/doh/covid/covid-19-vaccines.page. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Sgt. Sebastian Rothwyn)

Vaccine Incentives

Ana Mitreva, Managing Editor May 17, 2022

In Alabama, those who chose to be vaccinated are offered the opportunity to drive their car or truck on the 2.66-mile Talladega Superspeedway track.  In West Virginia getting a vaccine makes you eligible...

A drone is silhouetted against a sunset.

End War Everywhere: The USA’s Bombing of Somalia

Ezri Perrin, Reporter April 17, 2022

On February 22nd, 2022, the USA launched a drone strike against al-Shabaab militants in Somalia, the respite between bombings having lasted only six months. Al-Shabaab, a terrorist organization with ties...

Photo from Walt Disney Animation Studios

Disney’s Encanto

Chloe Creighton and Isabella Bamnolker April 8, 2022

Have you ever watched a movie and felt so connected to the main character that you could feel the emotion transcend through the screen? That you could understand what they were going through because it...

Diverse Options: Clayton High School Pilots New AP African American Studies Course

Seraphina Corbo, Senior Managing Editor April 7, 2022

In the United States, African Americans make up 15% of the total student population, and yet their representation in AP and dual enrollment classes still remains low. Nationwide, 6% of all high school...

Clayton’s New COVID Policies

Victoria Fan, Reporter March 31, 2022

Beginning Monday, April 4, 2022, the Clayton School District will lift its mask mandate and enact the mask-recommended policy. Masking, particularly in schools, remains an issue of much confusion due...

A laptop, its screen red and displaying the word CENSORED in capital letters.

EARN IT Bill Threatens Free Speech Online

Ezri Perrin, Reporter February 16, 2022
The problem with bills like these is that they do very little to address the underlying problems which create human trafficking and the dissemination of child pornography, and instead encourage censorship and reduced safety/income for sex workers. SESTA-FOSTA was a similar attempt at this, which ended in extremely reduced safety for sex workers and restricted speech for those online.
Water pouring from a faucet, an unappetizing brownish color.

The US Navy Contaminates Hawai’i Water With Jet Fuel

Ezri Perrin, Reporter February 16, 2022
Five days prior, on Monday November 23, the Hawai’i Department of Health had ordered the Navy to cease all operations at Red Hill, due to symptoms residents of Pearl Harbor were experiencing. More than 700 residents of Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam have been forced from their homes after experiencing skin irritation, vomiting, excessive sweating, headache, dizziness, diarrhea, and sore throat.
The Holidays and Covid-19... Again?

The Holidays and Covid-19… Again?

Caitlin Kuhlmann and Stella Bishop January 21, 2022

Covid-19 and the holidays have never gotten along. Especially not this year. A variant with high infection rate emerged, Omicron. “Unfortunately the Omicron variant is so contagious that it is next to...

A scene of rioters still shouting in the Capitol building since being directed.

January 6th 2021: The Day America Faced Political Fear

Kirby Miller and Charlie Miller January 17, 2022

Last year began with a glass of American politics as 46th president, Joe R. Biden, was preparing to move into the White House as former vice president, Mike Pence, was confirming his victory just two weeks...

Made. By Lia

Made. By Lia

Located in Old Florissant, Made. by Lia is Pinterest as a bakery. The white subway tiles, modern outdoor seating, and heavenly smell lingering from the building outside into the street attract a massive...

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