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InDepth: The changing face of The Globe

May 21, 2011

The Globe Newsmagazine Make sure that you keep an eye out for the next issue of The Globe in August. Otherwise, you might not recognize us. Yes, The Globe will be getting a makeover. The Globe staff...

Sadness, frustration in wake of Coach Sam Horrell’s dismissal

Dawn Androphy May 11, 2011

Student and community outcry have followed the removal of Sam Horrell as football coach after MSHSAA violations. Many questions remain unanswered. It was quite a sight to see. On May 6, hundreds of CHS...

Education Exchange Corps

Dawn Androphy April 13, 2011

CHS alum Elad Gross has founded the non-profit Education Exchange Corps, a volunteer organization that works to improve education in St. Louis City schools. When CHS alumnus Elad Gross was a sophomore...

Ladue students rally to support teachers

Dawn Androphy April 13, 2011

Everyone who passed by Ladue Horton Watkins High School on the morning of Monday, Mar. 14 saw an unusual sight. Dozens of Ladue students stood hunched over in the snow in front of the school, some...

Planned Parenthood responds to criticism, House legislation

Dawn Androphy March 15, 2011

The Planned Parenthood Federation of America has never existed without controversy and attacks on its very existence. Recent scrutiny and federal legislation have brought the organization under fire to...

Nate Phelps @ CHS Liveblog

Dawn Androphy March 10, 2011

Nate Phelps, the estranged son of Westboro Baptist Church leader Fred Phelps, will be speaking to CHS students and the public in the CHS auditorium starting at 7:00 PM tonight. Phelps left the WBC,...

Board of Education to being superintendent search

Dawn Androphy March 9, 2011

The surprising resignation of Superintendent Mary Herrmann in January led many people in Clayton to wonder who would replace Herrmann after her short-lived term. Replacing previous superintendent Don Senti...

CHS alumna surprised, inspired by Egyptian political protests

Dawn Androphy February 23, 2011
Egypt, the most populous country in the Arab world, sent shockwaves internationally when they erupted into protests on Jan. 25, 2011 just a few weeks after the revolution in Tunisia.

New generation brings new media

Dawn Androphy January 30, 2011
My generation is lazy, incompetent, incapable of focusing on a single task, and completely unprepared for the world that we will grow into as adults. Or, at least, that seems to be the idea that society at large is being sold. Personally, I’m not buying it.

PISA results affirm District’s global viability, leave room for improvement

Dawn Androphy January 22, 2011

Last winter, Clayton sophomores sat down to take the Program for International Student Assessment (PISA). PISA, an international standardized assessment, serves to compare the skills of students worldwide...

There’s no school like home: Understanding homeschooling

Dawn Androphy November 23, 2010
Teens find that homeschooling and unschooling are a beneficial, flexible, and personalized alternative to a high school curriculum.

Something Wiccan this Way Comes

October 27, 2010

It may come as a surprise but, unawares to many people, a community of people in St. Louis has created a community wherein they are free to follow alternative religious paths. One of these local organizations...

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