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Disha Chatterjee writes about finding gratitude during this pandemic. Art by Ella Cuneo

Corona Columns: Issue #8

Disha Chatterjee, Feature Section Editor April 25, 2020

Has anyone else been remembering their dreams? After texting several of my friends, I’ve come to the conclusion that this is a common occurrence during this time, and I hypothesize it’s because of...

Due to school closure, Clayton High School students have now began online school.

Transition to Online Learning During Global Pandemic

Rachel Liang, Reporter April 22, 2020

On Wednesday, March 25, Clayton High school began its first day of online school as a precautionary measure against the spread of COVID-19. Many mixed opinions on this new online learning arose as students...

Reporter Isabella Balmnolker writes about the importance of cherishing memories. Art by Ella Cuneo

Corona Columns: Issue #7

Isabella Balmnolker April 20, 2020

As I walk down the normal path I usually take to get to school, I feel myself having a That’s So Raven moment. Time stops for a minute and I can reflect on the past. I have been having a lot of those...

Netflix has become a popular streaming service during this time, in addition to other platforms like Hulu and Amazon Prime

Best TV Shows to Watch

Josephine Cross and Paige Espe April 19, 2020

With coronavirus keeping people in isolation, streaming services like Netflix can be a savior from going absolutely insane. Netflix holds many great TV shows, but the vast number of shows to choose from...

Zombies, Run! Review

Carola Vaqueiro, Reporter April 19, 2020

Zombies, Run! is a fitness app that makes cardio more fun. While on a rower, elliptical, treadmill or running outside, the app simulates being in a zombie apocalypse. On the app, you can track your exercise...

Due to the COVID-19 close downs, many restaurants have started doing only pick up and delivery.

Let’s Support Local Restaurants!

Carola Vaqueiro, Reporter April 17, 2020

During this confusing and difficult quarantine, restaurants have temporarily closed dine-in services for the purpose of keeping people safe and at home. This is devastating for local restaurants that rely...

Reporter Ivy Reed shares some of her journal entries. Art by Ella Cuneo

Corona Columns: Issue #6

Ivy Reed, Editor-in-Chief April 16, 2020

Remember that Wednesday that everything kind of got worse? It was the day Tom Hanks got coronavirus, the NBA season was cancelled and Trump banned travel from Europe. For some reason those three events...

Post Dispatch columnist and CHS grad Ben Hochman writes from home. Photo from Hochman.

Restricted Reporting

Grace Snelling and Jimmy Malone April 15, 2020

Every night at 7 p.m, New York Times Senior Staff Editor Tom Gaffney steps out of the doorway of his house in Manhattan and listens to his neighbor play “America the Beautiful” on the tuba. The nighttime...

Photo from Netflix website depicting the glass-blowing show, Blown Away

The Worst Show to Watch in Quarantine

Grace Snelling, Editor-in-Chief April 12, 2020

Blown Away is a truly unnecessary and ludicrous production, and I love it. This is a show that no one asked for. My family discovered it by scouring the deepest, darkest and least-watched avenues of Netflix’s...

Lydia Boda (far right) with her mother and friend. Photo from Boda.

Loving Lydia: Serving St. Louis’ Homeless During a Global Pandemic

Grace Snelling, Editor-in-Chief April 12, 2020

In 2001, Lydia Boda was still a child, living in the Ville neighborhood of St. Louis with her three brothers. That was the year that her parents started the Bridge of Hope Ministry in their living room. At...

People all other the world are wearing masks amid COVID-19.

Masks or Not: the Cultural Differences Between the West and East

Tiancheng Fan, Reporter April 12, 2020

COVID-19 put a mask on everyone in China soon after the outbreak in Wuhan. A focus for many people is whether they should wear masks amid the spread of COVID, and if so, what kind. People could get...

Page Editor Emma Raine shares the importance of staying connected. Art by Ella Cuneo

Corona Columns: Issue #5

Emma Raine April 11, 2020

As I strode through the aisles of Office Depot with my mom searching for clear plastic dividers to fashion into face shields for herself and her fellow ICU doctors, I felt sadness that my mother had been...

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