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Garment workers sewing t-shirts on the warehouse floor at Los Angeles Apparel on August 4, 2017, in Los Angeles.

TikTok’s Tiny Trends

Ana Mitreva and Isabel Erdmann October 2, 2021

One month it was leopard print, the next, cow, and suddenly you had to be wearing sage green to be dressed in style. Even though trend cycles have existed throughout history, the growing fast fashion industry...

New signs are mounted to display the opening of gender neutral bathrooms.

Bathrooms Break Barriers

Daphne Kraushaar and Dheera Rathikindi September 30, 2021

The average school day for a CHS student is roughly 8 hours. The average amount of water recommended for students this age is 2.5 to 3 liters per day— which translates to 11-13 cups. While not all of...

Putting the Lake in Lake Forest

Alex Cohen, Sports Section Editor September 17, 2021

“I ran outside and saw a lake in front of my house,” said Adam Stanley, Lake Forest resident and Meramec parent. On July 31, 2021, a large water main broke in a homeowner’s front yard, sending millions...

Students walk down the hallway during the COVID-19 pandemic after returning to school

Vaccine Emotions

Kaia Mills-Lee and Kate Freedman June 22, 2021

Katelyn Long After almost a year of not being able to see her students in person or her extended family, CHS teacher, Katelyn Long was elated to find out that she was eligible to receive the COVID-19...

A man with a ski mask is surrounded by police officers at a reopen Illinois rally outside Chicagos Thompson Center, May 16, 2020. As the rally was winding down, he walked around with a banner with an apparent Neo-Nazi sign.

The Rise in Antisemitism

In Uman, Ukraine, a visibly Jewish man was attacked at a supermarket. In Austria, the head of Graz’s Jewish community was attacked with a wooden club. In Delaware, firefighters responded to a fire at...

Ella Cuneo

Productivity Culture: Art and Capitalism Through the Lens of Clayton High School

Ivy Reed, Editor-in-Chief May 6, 2021

Suppose a worker needed to dig a hole,” explained Professor Ian Fillmore, who teaches economics at Washington University in St. Louis. “If he uses just his hands, it will take a long time. But if we...

This year is Dr. Varleys 43rd year of teaching.  He spent the last 29 years teaching in the Clayton School District.

Retiring Clayton Teachers of 2021 – Dr. Paul Varley

Charlie Miller, Page Editor May 6, 2021

“Dr. Varley is all about being a good person and having integrity,” said Jennifer Shenberger, one of Dr. Paul Varley’s coworkers at Wydown Middle School. “He wants to instill that in his students...

A snow-covered downtown Dallas, Texas seen from South Houston Street on Monday, February 15, 2021.

Texas In Trouble

Disha Chatterjee, Feature Section Editor March 7, 2021

Wrapped in jackets and blankets, we sat in darkness, sipping water we filled up in bottles beforehand. Visiting family in Houston over the long weekend seemed like a good idea-- that is, until Winter...

Subway riders exit the train in New York City while wearing masks due to the coronavirus pandemic.  When not wearing a mask, you could get mild symptoms if you combat the virus through viral spread.

What should Americans do in the winter through COVID-19?

Charlie Miller, Page Editor February 24, 2021

With the frosty winter chill in the air and the demand for COVID-19 vaccines, many Americans, and others around the world, have hopes of seeing a massive reduction in cases and fatalities from the COVID-19...

The CHS Girls State Swim team placed fifth at the Class 1 Girls State Swim meet on Saturday

Kellen Mottl Leads the Girls’ Swim Team to a Fifth Place State Finish

Cece Cohen, Kaia Mills-Lee, and Alex Cohen February 21, 2021

After two years of placing second and third in the 100 Breaststroke at the State Swim Competition, junior Kellen Mottl finally clenched the title. On Saturday, Clayton High School competed in the MSHSAA...

What does stress do to the brain? From Center for Brain health (University Of Texas at Dallas)

What does Stress do to our brain?

Leo Taghert, Reporter January 12, 2021

We’ve all had moments where we were stressed. Stress is a complicated thing and affects everyone differently. With the current events going on many of us are stressed. Have you ever stopped and wondered...

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Applying to College During a Pandemic

Sophie Yoshino, Opinion Section Editor November 10, 2020

October is a relatively mellow time of the year for most students, but for seniors, it is certainly the most stressful. College essays, the ACT, the SAT, interviews, tours, teacher recommendations… seniors...

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