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Puitt Igoe, a failed housing development that occured as a result of the ruling of Shelly vs. Kraemer.

75 Years Post Shelly vs. Kraemer

Charlie Meyers, Senior Managing Editor May 2, 2023

“I feel like black lives are being replaced by black lives matter signs,” said CHS Senior, Zoey Hall. Hall is student representative for Diversity Equity and Inclusion at Clayton. She remarked on...

A collection of items all deemed basic

That’s so Basic

JiaLi Deck, Editor in Chief December 15, 2022
It’s time for us to stop prosecuting each other for liking things considered mainstream. People should be free to enjoy what makes them happy, whether or not those things align with society’s view of what is good. 
BTS on stage during the 61st Grammy Awards on Feb. 10, 2019. (Robert Gauthier/Los Angeles Times/TNS)

BTS Set to Serve in South Korean Military.

Tessa Palermo, Reporter November 30, 2022

On May 10th, Yoon Suk-yeol was elected as the democratic president of South Korea, winning  by 0.73%. After over 100 days in office, his approval rating dropped to 24 percent, with 66 percent of South...

Alyssa Blanke - A Sophomore at CHS.

Will Gen Z allow their kids to use social media?

Kennedy Anderson, Page Editor November 9, 2022

“We’re training and conditioning a whole new generation of people that when we are uncomfortable or lonely or uncertain or afraid we have a digital pacifier for ourselves that is kind of atrophying...

Third Degree Glass Factory at 5200 Delmar Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63108.

The Delmar Maker District

Madeline Jeans and Analee Miller October 26, 2022

In 2002, Jim McKelvey, who co-founded the payment method Square, and Doug Auer purchased 5200 Delmar Blvd which now houses the Third Degree Glass Factory. According to the glass factory’s website, “......

A person plays pop cultures latest obsession, Wordle, on their phone.

What’s up with Wordle?

JiaLi Deck, Editor in Chief September 27, 2022

Few trends have managed to reach such a large range of people than the internet’s most recent viral sensation, Wordle. According to the New York Times over 300,000 people play the word game daily. At...

Evelyns House Pandemic Story 

Evelyn’s House Pandemic Story 

Riley Kerley, Page Editor October 28, 2021

  “The evolution of Evelyln’s House started in June of 2017. It was designed specifically for a place for people to be able to care for their loved ones at the end of their life. Evelyn's house...

A man with a ski mask is surrounded by police officers at a reopen Illinois rally outside Chicagos Thompson Center, May 16, 2020. As the rally was winding down, he walked around with a banner with an apparent Neo-Nazi sign.

The Rise in Antisemitism

In Uman, Ukraine, a visibly Jewish man was attacked at a supermarket. In Austria, the head of Graz’s Jewish community was attacked with a wooden club. In Delaware, firefighters responded to a fire at...

Wonton Kings empty dining room amidst COVID-19.

Customer mask-wearing during a pandemic

Sasha Keller, Pro/Con Section Editor November 9, 2020

You walk into your local grocery store and notice a sign that informs customers they must wear a mask inside, you put your mask on and push through the door. You hear someone yelling a few aisles down...

SLSO principal trombonist Timothy Myers in his studio. Over the summer, Myers became a Licensed Body Mapping Educator.

Music and COVID-19

Thomas Gustafson, Puzzle Section Editor October 20, 2020

Jazz bassist Bob Deboo was performing on an international tour, playing with a world renowned saxophonist who he had admired since high school. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, he had traveled halfway across...

Info Wars founder Alex Jones and nearly 150 un-masked protesters gathered on 11th street and Congress to protest against wearing masks in Texas.

Alternative Viewpoints of a Global Pandemic

Grace Snelling, Editor-in-Chief August 13, 2020

With “My Body, My Choice!” and “Models are Wrong, Open MO!” signs in hand, around 60 individuals protesting Missouri’s stay-at-home order converged on downtown Clayton on April 21. Some gathered...

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