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63105: The Gilded Zip Code

63105: The Gilded Zip Code

Michael Bernard,, Jacob LaGesse, Michael Melinger, Grace Snelling, Sara Stemmler, Anna Sturmoski, and Lila Taylor

February 3, 2019

63105: The Gilded Zip CodeMichael Bernard, Jacob LaGesse, Michael Melinger, Grace Snelling, Sara Stemmler, Anna Sturmoski and Lila TaylorEvery August, a new class of Sperry-stepping, Patagonia-sporting students strut through the doors of CHS into what will be one of their many experiences with the â€...

Richard Engelke

Richard Engelke

Vivian Chen and Dheera Rathikindi

January 30, 2019

Richmond Engelke, Richard for short, is a janitor at CHS. You may have passed by him before in the school hallways, but chances are, you didn’t give him much thought. However, in addition to being a janitor, he is also a self-published author. Before Engelke began writing, he owned a video store called “H...

AncestryDNA teams up with Spotify

AncestryDNA teams up with Spotify

Sonia Palamand, Reporter

January 28, 2019

The worldwide leaders of genealogy recently asked: “If you could listen to your DNA, what would it sound like?” Spotify, the world’s largest music company, and AncestryDNA, the largest DNA network in the world, have teamed up to make playlists based on your DNA. To create the playlist, you’...

Unicreamer

Unicreamer

Yiyun Xu, Reporter

January 23, 2019

As more people look into healthy lifestyles, many turn away from animal-based products. This results in meeting the adequate amount of protein becoming a top priority for most. Protein-packed foods are a popular trend recently, and Unicreamer is among the top brands for alternative protein sources. Launch...

The Trouble with Trash

The Trouble with Trash

Josephine Cross and Noor Jerath

January 18, 2019

The U.S. generates around 200 million tons of garbage every year, according to dosomething.org. That is enough waste to fill Busch stadium from top to bottom twice every day for a year. The main thing that Americans throw away is paper -- an item that is easily recyclable. Environmental activists work tir...

G-H’s Gym Changes

G-H’s Gym Changes

Sarah Baker and Lise Derksen

January 16, 2019

“While I wasn’t really looking for a change, change was probably the biggest thing that I needed and now I have the benefit of collaborating with my department every single day,” CHS physical education and health teacher Sarah Gietschier-Hartman said. Gietschier-Hartman transitioned to the high ...

The Rise of SoundCloud

The Rise of SoundCloud

Lulu Hawley

January 10, 2019

Since 2008, Soundcloud has allowed new up and coming artists to release their content with minimal effort. Like YouTube, many musicians post their projects onto SoundCloud with hopes of being “discovered." This website, and smartphone app, created in 2014, is growing more popular each day, especial...

Too Big to Fail

Too Big to Fail

Naveed Naemi, Editor

January 6, 2019

In 1890 the United States passed the Sherman Antitrust Act. This law prohibited the formation of monopolies in the states. Over 120 years later, a marketing goliath has emerged. Its name is Amazon. Once an unknown marketing company owner, Jeff Bezos, the CEO of Amazon, currently has a net worth of 137.6 billion dollars. Along with the rapid e...

A House Divided

A House Divided

Grace Snelling, Sara Stemmler, Lila Taylor, Jacob LaGesse, David Higuchi, and Disha Chatterjee

December 27, 2018

In the latest cover story, the Globe explores the political climate of Clayton and the US surrounding many current issues of debate, such as climate change, the Trump administration, Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the Supreme Court and more. Click below for an immersive reading experience, or scroll...

Cohen’s Clayton Connection

Cohen’s Clayton Connection

Jacob LaGesse and Michael Melinger

November 27, 2018

Each Thanksgiving, Andy Cohen, CHS graduate of 1986 and Bravo executive, returns to St. Louis to spend the holiday with his family. While his usual venture home includes family time and Imo’s pizza, this year it came with the added goal of supporting his high school alma mater through the Adzick f...

Clayton: An Ever-Welcoming Area

Clayton: An Ever-Welcoming Area

Siddhi Narayan, Review Section Editor

November 26, 2018

When Vinodh Narayanan first moved to America in 1965, he was struck by how many females there were in his school. Narayanan had lived in India for most of his life. When he was 14, his family was uprooted and moved to America. His father had been there for a while, and because he had liked his jo...

Virtual vs. Real Life

Virtual vs. Real Life

Kaia Mills-Lee and Kate Freedman

November 22, 2018

Young children under the age of nine spend at least two hours a day on screens according to a report by CNN. This use is for leisure but also to help enhance academic abilities. While many students are used to learning through technology, others thrive on engaging with others face to face. For t...

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