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Biking for MS

Dawn Androphy October 24, 2009

Swarms of bicyclists whisked through an unwelcomingly strong wind in Columbia, MO on Sept. 12-13 with a goal of biking anywhere from 80-200 miles in two days. The cyclists were all participating in...

Getting to know history teacher Kurtis Werner

Globe Staff October 7, 2009

Globe: What is your favorite food? Werner: Oh man, my favorite, my absolute favorite food is my mother's spaghetti and meatballs. I could eat it any time of the week. I'm also a huge fan of chicken....

Field hockey stroke explained

Globe Staff October 2, 2009

Watching a sport that seems foreign or alien is never an easy thing to do. Sports ranging from field hockey to equestrian have skills and techniques that are known by players, but are rarely known by...

Japanese Festival offers unique cultural experience

Zach Praiss September 30, 2009

Japanese wartime drumming, sumo wrestling, aikido martial arts, and traditional puppetry were all featured at the Japanese Festival, at the Missouri Botanical Gardens this Labor Day weekend.  Ever since...

Street Musicians enliven the Loop

Globe Staff September 25, 2009

Street music is a part of cultures worldwide. The first recorded acts of busking were in Rome in 540 B.C. Buskers perform in public places for donations. In the city of St. Louis a person has to...

Defying authority

Globe Staff September 24, 2009

A group of anarchists co-own the historically rich, environmentally conscious Black Bear Bakery. Anarchy is often used as a synonym for chaos, but for the owners of Black Bear Bakery, anarchy is about...

Student embarks on ‘life-changing’ summer journey

Jack Holds September 24, 2009

When sophomore Lewis Grant sent off an application to a summer program, he didn’t realize he would be embarking on a trip that would change his life. Grant  sent a few of his personal pictures...

Summer trip to Thailand provides an enriching cultural experience

Globe Staff September 24, 2009

Junior Allison Goldfarb spent one month of her summer in Thailand, climbing mountains, building irrigation systems, and exploring new cultures. Goldfarb used a program called Rustic Pathways, a program...

Profile: Teddy Kogos, 15 Minutes of Fame

Globe Staff September 24, 2009

Teddy Kogos is wearing a bright red graduation cap, with a long white string hanging over his face, partially covering his eye. However, Kogos is not graduating. Kogos is in fact a freshman, a freshman...

Summer plans, spending affected by students’ financial problems

Globe Staff September 23, 2009

The recession has not just affected CHS parents this summer; students are also making different choices. While not letting the recession diminish spending, students have let it affect their summer plans. Junior...

Scarcity of jobs keeps college graduates in school instead of work force

Globe Staff September 23, 2009

The decision of where to attend college for an advanced degree used to be a much simpler decision. However, with the economy in its current state, this decision has become more difficult due to fewer current...

Inside look at class fundraising

Globe Staff September 17, 2009

Though Homecoming Dance isn’t put on by the Student Officers, almost every other festivity of the week requires funds from the four classes. However, treasuries don’t fill themselves and...

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