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Doc Schuster

Doc Schuster

Lila Taylor and Leo Thomas

September 17, 2017


Filed under People

89,000. That’s more than five times the population of Clayton. That’s twice the size of a sold-out Busch Stadium. 89,000 people is greater than 356 graduating classes from CHS. 89,000 people are subscribed to CHS’ new physics teacher, Dr. David Schuster’s YouTube channel. “I started in August...

9/15/17: A City Divided

9/15/17: A City Divided

Noah Brown, Editor-in-Chief

September 17, 2017


Filed under Latest, Social Justice Reporting

On Friday, Sept. 15, white police officer Jason Stockley was acquitted of first-degree murder charges brought against him after he killed Anthony Lamar Smith in a car chase in 2011. Like hundreds of other St. Louisans, going out to protest was a natural response for CHS senior Lizzy Mills. “I kn...

Equity Ed

Equity Ed

Grace Snelling, Senior Managing Editor

September 16, 2017


Filed under Features, Social Justice Reporting

In 2006, in the backyard of a tiny house in one of St. Louis’ so-called “dangerous” neighborhoods, kids from the ages of two to five are playing in sandboxes, on balance beams, and in an expansive mulberry tree. Inside the house, there are books, counting cubes, markers and glue all neatly arr...

Dr. Bell

Dr. Bell

Jacob LaGesse, Editor-in-Chief

August 18, 2017


Filed under Features

Dr. Kashina Bell, the new Assistant Superintendent of Student Services in the School District of Clayton, knows the importance of learning. With an educational background spanning 22 years that is saturated with teaching and administrative positions throughout school districts in the St. Louis area,...

A Quik Change

A Quik Change

Mitali Sharma, Editor-in-Chief

August 17, 2017


Filed under Local News, Social Justice Reporting

On Aug. 9, 2014, Michael Brown was shot in Ferguson, a mere 11 miles from Clayton. Gasoline on an already growing flame, the shooting ignited mass protests and riots over police brutality in the area. Cars being smashed, tears being shed, windows shattering, peaceful marches, smoke in the night sky:...

Welcoming Danskey

Welcoming Danskey

Lucy Cohen and Tara Williams

May 21, 2017


Filed under Features, Latest

After working at Century High School in the Hillsboro School District in Oregon for eight years, Dr. Janelle Danskey has decided to take the opening assistant principal position at CHS. Dr. Danskey, however, was not always an administrator. In fact, she spent five years teaching social studies in...

Chinese Cultural Festival

Chinese Cultural Festival

Katie He, Page Editor

May 17, 2017


Filed under Features

An annual Chinese Festival prepares itself every year when the rainbow of flower buds open and the bare tree branches bear vibrant green leaves at the Missouri Botanical Garden. The festival called The Chinese Culture Festival is a two day event full of activities and performances where people can e...

Sheila Cohen: Star Substitute, Snack Savant, Mom Mom

Sheila Cohen: Star Substitute, Snack Savant, Mom Mom

Kevin Rosenthal, Chief Managing Editor

May 16, 2017


Filed under Features

She flutters through the hallways of Clayton High School and brightens them invariably. Sometimes when students first spot her in the classroom, they unleash cheers. The yellow hair, red lipstick and genuine smile of CHS' favorite substitute teacher comforts a group of otherwise stressed Greyhounds. ...

Q&A: John Zlatic

Q&A: John Zlatic

Lucy Cohen, News Section Editor

May 14, 2017


Filed under Features

Q: Why did you decide to become an SRO? A: The reason is because I was a juvenile detective before this. I had felt like helping the children, it wasn’t as fulfilling because children that were abused, the situation is that sometimes we couldn’t prove the abuse, so I had to release children back...

The Real Cost of The Affordable Housing Policies

The Real Cost of The Affordable Housing Policies

Hongkai Jiang, Review Section Editor

May 12, 2017


Filed under Features

What does the word “home” mean to you? Love, family, shelter, or even the familiar scent. In fact, a consistent message from the government since the 1920s is that homeownership is the “American Dream.” This has been the motivation behind many federal policies to promote homeownership. “In...

Spotlight on Seniors

Spotlight on Seniors

Sarah Baker, Grace Snelling, and Lila Taylor

May 11, 2017


Filed under Features

Next fall, six CHS alums will be pursuing theatre as their major in college. Globe spoke to these students about their experiences at Clayton, as well as their hopes for their futures in the limelight.

O’Malley on a Mission

O’Malley on a Mission

Michael Bernard and Justin Guilak

May 11, 2017


Filed under Features

“I have known President Obama since the beginning of his campaign, and I have campaigned for him all over the US. I would campaign for him in Missouri, Kentucky, Pennsylvania and Iowa,” Former US Ambassador to Ireland and St. Louis native Kevin O’Malley said. “I was someone who did all kinds o...

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