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Kids Saving Earth club, led by Janet Crews, her first few years of teaching in the Mehlville school district. The club adopted the street outside the school and did trash pick up, researched native plants and put in trees, bushes and flowers in and around the school, raised butterflies and released them, visited a landfill and recycling center, and hosted a zero waste day at the school. Photo courtesy of Janet Crews

Beyond the Classroom

Ivy Slen, Mira Stahlheber, and Alyssa Blanke June 10, 2024

With over two decades of dedicated service, rising from her entry-level position as a teacher’s assistant to an Instructional Coach and a Coordinator of Professional Learning, Janet Crews exemplifies...

Sign hanging out front of Taco Buddha in University City.

How the St. Louis’ Restaurant Scene Is Recovering From The Pandemic

Aria Wheeler, Reporter October 5, 2022

Saint Louis’ pre-pandemic restaurant scene was on the rise into stardom, with two James Beard award-winning restaurants and many new restaurants on their way. Sadly, the toll the pandemic took on our...

A new gender-neutral bathroom in CHSs English department, where one of the incidents occurred

Administrators Suspend Students for Bathroom Vandalizations

Owen Auston-Babcock, Senior Managing Editor September 15, 2021

UPDATE (9/23/21): In an email to the Globe, Dr. Gutchewsky confirms that an investigation conducted by administrators "led to disciplinary consequences for two students" for different incidents of vandalism...

Junior Annelise Laakko studies for finals.  (Photo from Lauren Praiss).

Tips for Studying for Finals

Nisha Klein, Page Editor May 18, 2017

“When I first start studying, working with a group is helpful when looking at the big picture for everything. But when I've narrowed down what I really need to study, it's more effective for me to study...

Burmese fisherman returns home after 22 years. His mother thought he was dead.  Photos from Robin McDowell.

Robin Reports

Maddy Bale, Senior Managing Editor April 6, 2017

It was not until a hired man leapt into a speed boat, pursued them, and threatened to ram into their own boat that CHS alumna (‘83) Robin McDowell and her group of reporters, videographers, and photographers...

300 dpi Mike MIner illustration relating to Netflix. (Chicago Tribune/TNS)

Netflix New Additions

Nisha Klein, Page Editor March 31, 2017

Netflix began 2017 with new TV shows in the making, and new TV shows already released. Of those shows, some of them have received mixed reviews, while others have not quite gathered an audience yet. Some...

Official Vine logo. (Wikimedia)

Goodbye, Vine

Nisha Klein, Page Editor February 8, 2017

Since its creation in June 2012, and purchase by Twitter a few months later, Vine has gained incredible popularity across the world, with a reported 200 million users at the end of 2015. People like Thomas...

Broken glass, beer cans and other debris inside Maryland School. Photo by Katherine Sleckman.

Maryland School Break-ins

Michael Bernard, Editor-in-Chief January 24, 2017

*Names changed to protect identities. “We had seen a window, and I had a slingshot with me,” David* said. “I was like, ‘Hey, the window looks weak enough. Might as well try and hit it.’ I...

Hutton Murdoch at a CHS swim meet. Photo by Katherine Sleckman.

Bubble Guppies: Hutton Murdoch

Michael Bernard, Editor-in-Chief November 10, 2016

“Hutton has been swimming year round since he was nine. That is not an easy task, going to practice everyday [and] swimming several thousand yards is tough,” Doug Murdoch, father of CHS swimmer Hutton...



Ashleigh Williams, Review Section Editor October 11, 2016

  A run-down strip mall in Webster Groves is the least probable spot you would find a striving breakfast joint. Yolklore defies expectations. Neighboring the prosperous restaurant and drive thru...

Athletes from numerous countries mingle in the rain as the Rio 2016 Closing Ceremony continues on Sunday, Aug. 21, 2016 at Maracan in Brazil. (Robert Gauthier/Los Angeles Times/TNS)

Zika in Rio

Nisha Klein, Page Editor September 29, 2016

When it was first announced that the 2016 Olympics were to be held in Rio de Janeiro, excitement spread throughout the world. However, others were worried. Zika, a virus spread through mosquitoes, is an...

Clayton High School Buskers Club

Clayton High School Buskers Club

Hongkai Jiang, Review Section Editor September 20, 2016

“I went to watch [the Clayton Buskers Club] at Arts Fair last year and I was amazed at the variety of performance they have. They had flute, violin, guitar, singing, just all sort of different musical...

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