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After the 45th

After the 45th

April 10, 2017

Following the highly controversial election of Donald Trump, there have been protests across the nation and growing movements toward civic engagement. Globe collected the stories of members of the Clayton community participating in these movements, as well as the stories of Clayton educators who are...

Separate and Unequal: The Legacy of Racist Housing Policy in St. Louis

Separate and Unequal: The Legacy of Racist Housing Policy in St. Louis

Noah Brown, Camille Respess, and Ellie Tomasson

November 1, 2016

“Separate and Unequal”: The Legacy of Racist Housing Policy in St. Louis is the first installment of a three-part series on housing, accessibility to education, and the Voluntary Student Transfer Program. The Globe is dedicating three issues to discuss these topics because, as we dove into this story...

Snow Factory

Snow Factory

Tara Williams, Opinion Section Editor

November 1, 2016

Snow Factory is a new Thai Ice Cream Shop on the Delmar Loop.

Elad: The Educator

Elad: The Educator

Nicholas Lee, Managing Editor; Webmaster

November 1, 2016

In addition to being a practicing lawyer, CHS alumni Elad Gross also works as a national advisor to several countries. Granted, these countries are fictional and governed by elementary age children, yet this fact does not diminish the importance of the job for Gross. For Gross, being a national advisor means ma...

Loufest 2016

Loufest 2016

Mitali Sharma, Editor-in-Chief

September 28, 2016

On September 10 and 11, St. Louis locals, college students, and visitors gathered in Forest Park for a weekend of music, dancing, and food.   The lineup this year was phenomenal. Headliners LCD Soundsystem and Chris Stapleton are superb to see live, and they drew in audiences all the way...

The Centene Project

The Centene Project

Nicholas Lee, Maddy Bale, Daniel Cho, Noah Brown, and Lila Taylor

September 26, 2016

Anyone raised in Clayton has watched the city grow taller. Children stand on their tiptoes and peer eagerly out of their windows as bulldozers and swinging cranes uplift the earth, marking the places where, in a short few months, steel and cement will stand. With each addition of a new building or c...

Contamination Crisis

Contamination Crisis

Daniel Cohen, Sports Section Editor/Business Manager

September 22, 2016

For years, lead contamination in faraway places has permeated the news, but unbeknownst to St. Louis citizens, lead contamination now exists in our backyards. On March 2, 2016, St. Louis City Public School District began testing water fountains and sinks in their schools due to “the national concern...

Brussels Bombings

Samantha Zeid, Page Editor

May 12, 2016

An inundating feeling of anxiety swept over me as I looked out from the hotel window with the Eiffel Tower peeking over the Parisian rooftops. I felt a sense of panic as people flooded in and out of the train station. The constant hustle and bustle is perhaps just a part of the Parisian daily routine, ...

Hall of Fame

Hall of Fame

Brian Gatter, Reporter

May 12, 2016

INTRODUCTION According to the Clayton Alumni Association, a Hall of Fame candidate has each of the following qualities: “Excellence in service to a recognized profession such as law, education, medicine, science, journalism, etc., outstanding success in trade, business or industry, demonstration of hi...

An Uncertain Future

An Uncertain Future

Bea McGuire and Camille Respess

May 11, 2016

Erected in 1930, the Maryland School served as a place for learning as part of the School District of Clayton for 50 years. In 1980, the elementary school was closed due to a lack of student enrollment. After its closing, the school was used for an array of purposes. The school was rented out and used...

Bursting the Bubble: Old North St. Louis

Bursting the Bubble: Old North St. Louis

Olivia Joseph, Lisi Levy, Camille Respess, and Ellie Tomasson

April 3, 2016

Nestled above downtown St.Louis and just west of the Mississippi lies a 30 acre neighborhood:Old North St. Louis. Within this small locality exists a duplicitous community of decrepit, backless houses, peppered with newer revitalized homes, centered around the clean-swept, newly paved, sleek façaded...

Staff Ed: Open Campus

Globe Staff

March 29, 2016

Students cherish open campus. It provides a sense of freedom, allowing students easy access to leave the restricting boundaries of school for things such as a quick stroll to lunch. This tradition is Clayton’s trademark, a way to help tie the community together with its students. Businesses in dow...

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