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The student news site of Clayton High School.

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Iowas results were confusing and left many Americans unsatisfied. What does this mean in the primary races?

Iowa Caucus Analysis

Tallulah Hawley February 12, 2020

Typically, Iowa seems to remain dormant in the national news. That is, unless it is an election year. The first to have their primaries, the seemingly mundane state of Iowa holds their unique caucuses...

VAPE

VAPE

USERS Vaping. The popular trend, the dangerous epidemic, the social drug of the 21st century. The topic of dinner table talk. While teen cigarette use is at an all-time low, vaping has taken its place...

An Epidemic: Gun Violence in St. Louis

An Epidemic: Gun Violence in St. Louis

Introduction On the night of Dec. 14, 2012, when parents should have been out shopping for the holidays and grabbing the week’s groceries, they instead found themselves gathered at the local firehouse,...

HB 126

HB 126

December 10, 2019

In recent months, many states across the United States have introduced new policies regarding access to legal abortion. In light of Missouri HB 126, which would criminalize abortion if a fetus heartbeat...

The old bookshelves.

A New Library Soon Too Come

Sam Smith, Reporter December 3, 2019

On any given day, the library is packed full of visitors. Either paying chess soliciting or studying for an upcoming exam. Currently when you sit down the hard wooden desks. Your back screams in pain searching...

Tommy Karandjeff at CHSs first Clayton Conversation.

Clayton Conversations

Luka Bassnett and Sofia Erlin November 1, 2019

“Not just at Clayton High School, but in the country, we have lost the ability to have respectful discourse, and intelligent dialogue around important topics,” said CHS principal Dan Gutchewsky. He...

Babes & Boos

Babes & Boos

Abby Hoelscher, Reporter October 31, 2019

What do you know about Halloween? “It’s all about candy and uh, costumes. There’s a song I know, like spooky scary skeletons la la la la la… yeah that’s all I know.” -James “Trick-or-treating?...

St. Louis participated in a climate march on Friday, September 20. The march took place on Market Street in downtown St. Louis.

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....

Clayton High Schools schedule has remained relatively stagnant for many years--will HB 161 force a massive overhaul?

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]...

Claytons 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.

Ingrid Stahl takes a penalty stroke at the seven yard line during the girls field hockey game on Wednesday against Parkway South.

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....

Major League Soccer Commissioner Don Garber

St. Louis Lands Soccer Team

Cece Cohen, Reporter August 21, 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...

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