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How does the election affect High School Students?

Kennedy Anderson, Reporter December 6, 2022

 The midterm election that took place in November of 2022 caused some major changes in Missouri and the country. This change takes place in many ways, both through new laws and social means. Most students...

The CHS group standing in front of Grand Teton National Park where they conducted their research (photo from Ellie Troupis).

Te-Tons of Fun

Alex Bernard and Katie Spear October 15, 2015

“We got to school the day that we were leaving, and we loaded up the car and lit out for the west!” CHS Senior Eleanor Troupis said. Troupis was one of four students who joined CHS Environmental Science...

The Burris Family  gathers in the city of Mekele on their way to the Danakil Depression

An African Malaria Adventure

Catherine Walsh and Alex Bernard September 15, 2015

  “I was like, ‘I’m in Africa, I want to go adventure,’ so I was always out, leader of the group, running around exploring things,” CHS sophomore Christine Burris said. “They’re guessing...

Cocaine is becoming increasingly prevalent among the CHS student body (Noah Engel).

Cocaine at Clayton

Alex Bernard, Grace Harrison, and Kevin Rosenthal March 5, 2015

One time, somebody was like ‘Hey, come to the bathroom with me’ ... and she started doing cocaine,” junior Mary* said. “She had it in an old prescription drug container, and she poured it out on...

Olivia and her mother, Ilene. (photo from Olivia Joseph)

Community of Compassion

Alex Bernard and Brian Gatter December 3, 2014

Cancer is growing increasingly prevalent in the world as a whole, and, consequently, in the CHS community. Although people often prefer to keep their family’s health history private, it is important...

Adam Treutelaar warms up with the cast before beginning rehearsal.  (Leah Shaffer)

Good in Everything

Alex Bernard, Editor-in-Chief September 25, 2014

“It’s a great celebration of our community,” Clayton High School Drama teacher Kelley Weber said regarding “Good in Everything,” a show recently written revolving around the lives of Clayton...

The childrens room at Central Library (Olivia MacDougal)

Central Library Renovations

Gwyneth Henke, Editor-in-Chief April 2, 2014

On the corner of Locust and Olive Street, the old and the new converge. The medium of this phenomenon is the St. Louis Central Library, a towering building that rises from the main street...

Santa Purze, left, performing in Meet Me in St. Louis as Tootie. [Photos from Santa Purze]

A Child Star

Alex Bernard, Editor-in-Chief April 1, 2014

To Clayton mother Santa Purze, her days of young fame seem far behind her. Once a sought-after child actress in Chicago, Purze’s childhood was filled with lessons, auditions and expectations. “I...

Evan the Piano Boy

Alex Bernard and Grace Harrison January 29, 2014

Wydown Seventh grader Evan Robinson sat nervously at the bench of his baby grand piano in his downtown Saint Louis home. "Do I have to play?" he asked. It is hard to believe that Robinson would...

CHS Admirers

Peter Schmidt December 12, 2013

Forget online bullying: anonymous online compliments are all the rage at Clayton High School. On April 2, 2013, a Facebook profile picture depicting a rose in full bloom popped onto the screens...

Delmar Divided

Peter Schmidt October 17, 2013

St. Louis is a city divided.  Rated the 6th most segregated city in America by a Business Insider examination, St. Louis is dramatically divided into areas of wealth and poverty and racial separation. Despite...

Food Revolution in America’s Heartland

Peter Schmidt October 17, 2013

On the wall of chef Gerard Craft’s gleaming new Clayton restaurant, Pastaria, there hangs a pizza platter which reads the following haiku: Flour and Water Wood fired upon hot stone Divine Alchemy When...

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