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Sally Silvers reflects on time as a reporter for Clamo in the 60s, emphasizing family influence, community respect and the unique challenges and rewards of traditional newspaper production.

From Pencil to Press

Madeline Jeans, Page Editor April 11, 2024

As alumnus Sally Silvers flipped through her issues of the Clamo, she reminisced about her time on the newspaper staff.  “I like[d] to write, so it just seemed to be a natural thing. Plus, I...

Clayton Graduate Elizabeth Giardina now works at Another Tomorrow in New York City, designing clothing for women.

Profile of a Graduate: Elizabeth Giardina

Madeline Jeans, Page Editor March 14, 2023

Ever since she was young, Clayton Graduate Elizabeth Giardina has felt her future was not in a traditional academic career but rather in creativity. Giardina is a fashion designer who has worked for several...

A loved coach and friend Wally Lundt passed this week.  He will be remembered by many.

Wally Lundt

Caleb Park and Isaac Millians May 27, 2022

Wally Lundt (1927-2011) coached the CHS water polo and swimming teams for 35 years as part of his 60 year long career. Coach Lundt also served on the P.E. board, occasionally working as a teacher. His...

Evelyns House Pandemic Story 

Evelyn’s House Pandemic Story 

Riley Kerley, Page Editor October 28, 2021

  “The evolution of Evelyln’s House started in June of 2017. It was designed specifically for a place for people to be able to care for their loved ones at the end of their life. Evelyn's house...

The Covid Rollercoaster

The Covid Rollercoaster

Samantha Braidwood, Review Section Editor October 11, 2021

Masked? Unmasked? Vaxed? Unvaxed? 2020-2021 have been just under two years of emotional, physical, and mental roller coasters. With mask mandates being enforced, and then unenforced, and enforced again,...

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...

The Youth Of Today: How Are They Doing?

The Youth Of Today: How Are They Doing?

Katie Perrin, Reporter November 18, 2020

The state of the world today is taking a toll on adults worldwide, from the pandemic to increasing political divides to civil unrest over racial injustices. Adults, however, have the help of maturity and...

SLSO principal trombonist Timothy Myers in his studio. Over the summer, Myers became a Licensed Body Mapping Educator.

Music and COVID-19

Thomas Gustafson, Puzzle Section Editor October 20, 2020

Jazz bassist Bob Deboo was performing on an international tour, playing with a world renowned saxophonist who he had admired since high school. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, he had traveled halfway across...

Jill Schupp surrounded by a group of her supporters

Campaigning While Socially Distancing

Kaitlyn Tran, Chief Digital Editor August 12, 2020

The year of 2020 will be permanently memorialized for the COVID-19 pandemic, and in the shadows, the critical political response that determined the future of the pandemic’s path. Politics have been...

Completed face shields wait to be packaged and taken to the Office of Emergency Management. From there, they will be distributed throughout Columbia and St. Louis.

Project Face Shield

Emma Baum, Feature Section Editor May 11, 2020

For Bill Moore, the COVID-19 outbreak is a crisis. But it’s also an opportunity to use his experience to help his community. “I went to school to become an engineer because I wanted to help people…...

Photo of Dr. Ferguson

Dr. Ed Ferguson

Sofia Erlin, Editor-in-Chief April 28, 2020

When he’s not working in the Emergency Room, Clayton parent Dr. Ed Ferguson enjoys going go-karting with his kids, biking and soap making. Recently, however, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Ferguson...

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