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Editor's Note

Charlie Meyers smiles in the CHS library.

Editor’s Letter: Charlie Meyers

Charlie Meyers, Senior Managing Editor November 14, 2023

As I walked into school for freshman orientation in 2021, masked up, I was surprised to be given, along with my locker number and paper schedule, a shiny new student ID that I could use to get in and out...

JiaLi Deck smiles in the quad

Editor’s Letter: JiaLi Deck

JiaLi Deck, Editor in Chief October 17, 2023

Wars have been waged all through history over the same pressing issue: how things have always been and how things ought to be. This year, this conflict has made its way into our staff’s beloved room...

Image of Editor-in-Chief Alex Slen. Slen examines what it means to be educated.

Editor’s Letter: Alex Slen

Alex Slen, Editor-in-Chief May 8, 2023

In my first editor's letter of the year, I wrote about what it means to be educated. I concluded that being educated is about being able to look through the metaphorical noise to find the truth. As a journalist,...

Editor Ana Mitreva shares her response to the overturn of Roe V. Wade  for the October Cover, Post Roe: Abortion in STL

Editor’s Letter: Ana Mitreva

Ana Mitreva, Managing Editor October 19, 2022

On the day that Roe v Wade was overturned the WashU Medical School sent out a message to staff and students informing them about the new changes. Since I was working there over the summer I also received...

Editor’s Letter: Shane LaGesse

Shane LaGesse, Editor-in-Chief May 14, 2022

In reflection on my high school career, it’s easy to look to the gaping hole of pandemic-wrought uncertainty in my academic timeline for an example of a formative experience, an event by which I can...

Editor’s Letter: Ella Cuneo

Ella Cuneo, Editor-in-Chief May 14, 2022

The last four years of our high school experience have been anything but traditional. Between transitioning from watching Tiger King and baking everything imaginable, to trying to focus on Zoom screens,...

Editor’s Letter: Owen Auston-Babcock

Owen Auston-Babcock, Senior Managing Editor May 14, 2022

In April, the district posted a new position on its hiring website: Learning Support Interventionist. In December, I wrote a 3,000-word piece about the staff of the CHS Learning Center, who have worked...

Editors Letter: Alex Cohen

Editor’s Letter: Alex Cohen

Alex Cohen, Managing Editor-In-Chief April 11, 2022

Extracurricular activities connect students to their school and give them a sense of belonging. Globe has certainly fulfilled this promise for me.  I started high school sitting at my kitchen table,...

Announcing Our 2022-23 Leadership Team

Owen Auston-Babcock, Senior Managing Editor March 18, 2022

The senior leadership team of the Globe announced Friday their selections for the leadership team for next school year. The announcement was made to the current staff by faculty advisor Erin Sucher-O'Grady...

Editors Letter: Kaila Mills-Lee

Editor’s Letter: Kaila Mills-Lee

Kaia Mills-Lee, Senior Managing Editor December 17, 2021

Talk to any senior at Clayton High School right now and the first thing they’re going to mention is how they’re drowning in their college applications: applying for scholarships, mapping out their...

Editors Letter: Emma Baum

Editor’s Letter: Emma Baum

Emma Baum, Feature Section Editor October 29, 2021

I never thought much of Homecoming pre-pandemic. In fact, I didn’t even go in 2019, my sophomore year. But when homecoming weekend rolled around last year to very little fanfare, I found myself missing...

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