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The Globe

The student news site of Clayton High School.

The Globe

The student news site of Clayton High School.

The Globe

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Podcast Editor Sofia Mutis (center) interviewing Editor-in-Chief Alex Slen.

The Globe Podcast: A School Upon a Hill?

Sofia Mutis and Alex Slen November 28, 2022

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Ex Educators

Ruby Nadin and Lavanya Mani November 18, 2022

Carroll Lenhoff-Bell, Director of Learning Support at Clayton High School, working with student.

A School Upon a Hill?

Alex Slen, Ivy Reed, JiaLi Deck, and Ivy Slen November 17, 2022

In 1630, John Winthrop, former Governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, described a “city upon a hill.” Winthrop hoped that his colony would be a model community, for “the eyes of all people are...

The new library offers a variety of seating options. Students utilize all of these areas.

A Modern Library

Alison Booth, Reporter November 16, 2022

After you pass the new technology help desk and library entrance, the fresh, modern appearance of the library is evident. Sophomore Mohini Mahajan said, “The library looks similar to Parana now.” Full...

Saisha Bhutani and Zoe Daniels-Sankey speak about racial diversity at Clayton High School.

Racial Diversity At Clayton High

Zoe Daniels-Sankey & Poppy Orchard, Culture Section Editor | Reporter November 3, 2022

           The topic of diversity has become more prevalent in the minds of people with the increased focus on marginalized groups, especially in these past few decades. Diversity in education has...

President George W. Bush signs the No Child Left Behind Act into law at a high school in Hamilton, OH, 2002. Bush is flanked by congressmen, cabinet members, and students.

Lessons Learned From No Child Left Behind

Caleb Park, Reporter October 21, 2022

On Jan. 8, 2002, President George W. Bush signed the No Child Left Behind Act into law after it passed through Congress with overwhelming bipartisan support. Its messaging called for bridging the gap between...

As phones proliferate in classrooms, teachers and students  wonder what role they should play.

The Phone Conundrum

JiaLi Deck, Managing Editor October 11, 2022

The School District of Clayton's official technology policy lists the following as an example of misconduct: “Using, displaying or turning on pagers, phones, personal digital assistants, personal laptops...

Clayton High School staff wearing We are Greyhound Scholars shirts on the first day of school.

We Are Greyhound Scholars

Isabel Erdmann and Hannah Teagan October 11, 2022

Posters with “We Are Greyhound Scholars” written in bold plaster the walls of every classroom at CHS. The posters have six attributes of a Greyhound Scholar highlighted: self-aware, curious, inclusive,...

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

What’s up with Wordle?

JiaLi Deck, Managing Editor 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...

February 2013: Los Angeles - CBP officers seized 1,500 high-fashion leather handbags bearing counterfeit “Hermès” listed trademark. If genuine, the seized handbags had an estimated manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $14,100,000.

The Rise of Counterfeit Goods

Ivy Slen, Review Section Editor May 11, 2022

It's hard to walk down the street of any major city, scroll through TikTok, or pin on Pinterest without noticing the presence of designer logomania bags. Once you spot that “it” girl or celebrity...

Image captured by U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Office of Policy Development and Research during the collapse of Pruitt-Igoe

Pruitt-Igoe at 50

Alex Slen and Ivy Reed April 12, 2022

At the corner of Jefferson Ave. and Cass Ave., you’ll find an empty field littered with debris. On a sunny afternoon in March, the gray outlines of downtown buildings can be seen lining the edges of...

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