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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....

Newmark, Doze and Buttar-Miller while on their trip to Israel.

Beneath the Veil

Camille Respess, Editor-in-Chief September 26, 2016

CHS seniors take a trip to Israel to make an educational documentary with the goal of reshaping the narrative surrounding the Israeli/Palestinian conflict. She never intended to make anyone uncomfortable. While...

From the Editor

From the Editor

Camille Respess, Editor-in-Chief August 29, 2016

With the arrival of senior year comes, among many other things, a lot of questions: questions about my plans after high school, about where I hope to go to college, about my career aspirations and one...

Lead Learners

Lead Learners

Camille Respess, Editor-in-Chief August 29, 2016

  Last November, when Dr. Sharmon Wilkinson took a medical leave from her position as superintendent of the School District of Clayton, she knew who to leave the District in the hands of -...

The Love Management Companys planned development for the Maryland School property.

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...

Crown Square

Bursting the Bubble: Old North St. Louis

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,...

From Prison to College

From Prison to College

Alex Bernard and Camille Respess February 23, 2016

“You get in, go through security and walk through the yard. It really does feel like a prison,” Robert Henke, Professor of Drama and Comparative Literature at Washington University in St. Louis, said....

Social Studies

Social Studies

Camille Respess, Olivia Reuter, and Samantha Zeid February 22, 2016

Introduction Human beings are wired to compare themselves to others. They can fall into the trap of valuing themselves based upon their perception of others’ strengths and weaknesses. In this technological...

State of Mind

State of Mind

Ellie Tomasson and Camille Respess December 3, 2015

Introduction We are afraid of what we don’t understand. Mental illness is an issue that is so cryptic and nuanced in nature that it scares us. Anxiety and depression, as Clayton High School juniors...

Sheik Akram (left) and Carla Power (right).

Words With Power

Camille Respess, Editor-in-Chief November 2, 2015

When Carla Power was just 4  years old, she and her family packed their bags and headed off to Iran, leaving their life in Clayton behind to live in this Islamic country for two years. Power, a CHS...

A Joint Operation

A Joint Operation

Camille Respess, Editor-in-Chief September 29, 2015

He was only expecting a handful of people. But when Dr. Gregory Batenhorst, Assistant Superintendent of Student Services for the Clayton School District, walked into a meeting in April, 45 Clayton parents...

Ryan giving a tour at The Muny.

Clayton at Work: Hannah Ryan

Camille Respess, Editor-in-Chief August 25, 2015

Usher at The Muny Q: What's your hourly wage? A: I get paid $17 an hour or $9, depending on what we are doing each night. I get around $35 every night. Q: What's your favorite part? A: There...

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