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Honors for Hwande

Honors for Hwande

Sara Stemmler, Feature Section Editor

September 12, 2018


Filed under Digital Display, Features, Latest, People

The first step that Captain Science Specialist Chris Hwande had to take in receiving the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science and Mathematics Teaching was to keep a secret. In fact, Hwande was aware of her incredible feat nearly a year before the ceremony actually took place in D.C this past...

Retiring Teachers of 2018

Retiring Teachers of 2018

May 26, 2018


Filed under Digital Display, Features, Local News

After years of dedicating their lives to working with students, these four faculty members will be leaving CHS. The Globe Staff has created this feature to pay tribute to our beloved staff members.

Wydown Socialist Union

Wydown Socialist Union

Noor Jerath, Page Editor

May 26, 2018


Filed under Features, Local News

Wydown students experiment with different forms of government in a unique club.

Jason’s Journey

Jason’s Journey

Olivia Joseph and Laura Parvulescu

May 26, 2018


Filed under Local News, People

Jason Wilson, newly elected member of the School District of Clayton’s Board of Education, is the first African-American man to serve on the Board. He strives to improve diversity in Clayton, educate the community on the importance of communication and expose students to an inclusive global community. Wilson...

Skrizzly Adams

Skrizzly Adams

Keilan Morrissey, Reporter

May 13, 2018


Filed under Music, People

If you haven’t heard of him yet, you’ll surely hear of him soon. Skrizzly Adams is an up and coming Americana rock artist who has produced some fantastic songs, and has a lot more in store for us. He has released two major projects, ‘Stains - EP’ and ‘Atlantic City - EP’, and he also has s...

Echo Gaugush: Student Pilot

Echo Gaugush: Student Pilot

Zachary Fisher, Page Editor

April 3, 2018


Filed under People

Most students at CHS understand the stresses of driving: constantly checking side mirrors, checking how much fuel you have, checking turn signals, all while maintaining a constant speed. Now image doing that along with a million other sensors and dials to keep track of while in the sky going 250 mile...

Peyton Knight

Peyton Knight

Grace Snelling, Senior Managing Editor

March 29, 2018


Filed under Features

“Our agency had a dinner right before we started fashion week and we were just a whole crop of newbies. The vice president of our agency was just saying, ‘I know there’s a lot of you here, but maybe two or three of you will have a good season and that’s just realistic.’ It ended up being me...

Sex Ed

Sex Ed

Josephine Cross, Sarah Baker, and Lise Derksen

March 27, 2018


Filed under Features

Health class is designed to educate students on how to make smart decisions and take care of their bodies. Part of this important curriculum involves sexual education. However, teaching about sex is sometimes seen as taboo, leading to an education that is not fully comprehensive. Judy Lipsitz, leader...

Illegal Illuminations

Illegal Illuminations

Michael Bernard, Editor-in-Chief

March 25, 2018


Filed under Features, Local News

"There was a huge party. I had tons of people over,” CHS student Joel* said. “The neighbors were wondering what was going on.” Things were running according to plan at Joel’s annual summer party. However, he decided it was not enough. This party had to exceed his previous parties. “We...

Felps on Ice

Felps on Ice

Gracie Morris, Page Editor

March 8, 2018


Filed under Features

Q: How did you get involved with ice skating? A: When I was about nine, which is kind of the age of try-everything, I was at the rink all the time, because my dad and my brother both play ice hockey. I was like, “Okay, guess that’s next,” so I signed up for some classes and that ended up be...

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