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St. Louis Participates in Global Climate March

St. Louis Participates in Global Climate March

Ivy Reed and Disha Chatterjee

September 21, 2019

In an act of youth-organized resistance that took place all over the world on September 20, strikers left their schools, homes and workplaces to join in making their demands for climate justice heard. More than 300,000 protested in Australia, in what organizers estimate is the largest climate action...

House Bill May Hijack School Schedule

House Bill May Hijack School Schedule

Owen Auston-Babcock and Emma Baum

September 19, 2019

Students in Missouri may have up to two extra weeks of summer break next year.  A bill known as House Bill 161 has passed in the Missouri House of Representatives. If signed into law, HB 161 “[removes] the option that school districts may set an opening date more than 14 calendar days prior to t...

Clayton’s Fresh Faculty

Clayton’s Fresh Faculty

September 9, 2019

The Globe welcomes the new faculty at Clayton High School with a story about their teaching career, plans for the future, and more! Click on a teacher's profile below to learn more.

CHS Field Hockey Improves Record to 3-0

CHS Field Hockey Improves Record to 3-0

Abby Sucher and Ella Cuneo

September 5, 2019

Tensions are high at Gay Field as the field hockey captain, junior Ingrid Stahl, steps up to the stroke line. With barely eight minutes left in the final half and apprehension high, the score was tied. The Hounds have earned a penalty stroke, a free shot in which just one player shoots on the goalie...

St. Louis Lands Soccer Team

St. Louis Lands Soccer Team

Cece Cohen, Reporter

August 22, 2019

Major League Soccer Commissioner Don Garber announced today that St. Louis has been awarded an MLS team.  Garber made the announcement at the Palladium St. Louis and was joined by members of the ownership group and St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson. “It is with great pride that we welcome St. Louis to...

MLS to STL

MLS to STL

Cece Cohen, Reporter

August 15, 2019

It appears as though Major League Soccer plans to announce next week that St. Louis has been awarded an MLS expansion team. The St. Louis ownership group and MLS have not yet made a public announcement, but several media outlets are reporting that the decision has been made and that a formal event h...

A Voice for Choice

A Voice for Choice

Shane LaGesse and Eliot Blackmoore

May 26, 2019

Of the 3,903 abortions performed in Missouri over the course of 2017, only 1,673 occurred before nine weeks of pregnancy. Signed on Friday, House Bill 126 bans all abortions after 8 weeks. Hailed by wealthy GOP donor, David Humphreys as “bad public policy,” the signing of bill 126 puts Missouri on...

Blues move on to the Stanley Cup Finals After Winning the Western Conference Finals

Blues move on to the Stanley Cup Finals After Winning the Western Conference Finals

Cece Cohen, Reporter

May 21, 2019

The St. Louis Blues beat the San Jose Sharks in game six of the Western Conference Finals, bringing the Blues to the Stanley Cup Finals for the first time in 49 years. The Blues lost game one of the series 6-3. The Blues were able to tie the series in game two. The Sharks regained their lead in game...

Hydroponic Farming

Hydroponic Farming

Sasha Keller, Reporter

May 14, 2019

Hydroponic farming is a small part of hydroculture, which consists of growing plants without soil, using only mineral nutrient solutions in a water solvent and special growing medium such as coconut coir, perlite, or gravel. Hydroponic farming provides a more sustainable environment for growing. With g...

In-Depth: Photos From Inside the Transfer Program

In-Depth: Photos From Inside the Transfer Program

Michael Melinger, Chief Multimedia Editor

May 13, 2019

In-Depth: Photos From Inside the Transfer ProgramMichael MelingerThese photos are a peak in the lives of two families, Clayton families.  Young kids who want to learn and parents who want the best for their kids. These families are apart of the Voluntary Student Transfer program.  A p...

it doesn’t have to end.

it doesn’t have to end.

Michael Melinger, Grace Snelling, Lila Taylor, and Sara Stemmler

May 10, 2019

it doesn’t have to end.Michael Melinger, Grace Snelling, Lila Taylor, Sara StemmlerIt’s 7:45 a.m on a warm August morning. Several students peek out of the smudged windows of a school bus as they approach one of three well-manicured buildings set against a suburban skyline. They drive past rows of expensive ca...

Truth Triumphed Today

Truth Triumphed Today

Eilot Blackmore

May 9, 2019

In the years since 1876, a date hailed in Saint Louis history as the great divorce, Missouri lawmakers have tried five times to rejoin Saint Louis City and County in one massive city. Each attempt was a failure. Everyone understands that the status quo is broken. In an editorial, founder of the Riverfr...

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