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That’s so Basic

JiaLi Deck, Editor in Chief December 15, 2022
It’s time for us to stop prosecuting each other for liking things considered mainstream. People should be free to enjoy what makes them happy, whether or not those things align with society’s view of what is good. 
Artwork by Sonali Dayal

Accommodations: We Aren’t Doing Enough

Ezri Perrin, Reporter October 6, 2021

The American Education System is a deeply flawed institution that, due to its long-standing use as a tool wielded by industrialists to create workers, does not take into account the health of its students...

Funny, Engaging and Refreshing: Season 1 of Star Trek: Lower Decks

Funny, Engaging and Refreshing: Season 1 of Star Trek: Lower Decks

Katherine Payton Perrin, Reporter October 23, 2020

Lower Decks is, in a word, refreshing. The new animated show, available on CBS All Access, is a welcome break from all of the seriousness and darkness of today. The show is the latest installment of Star...

Staff Ed: Open Campus

Globe Staff March 29, 2016

Students cherish open campus. It provides a sense of freedom, allowing students easy access to leave the restricting boundaries of school for things such as a quick stroll to lunch. This tradition is Clayton’s...

Trigger Warnings

Lemuel Lan, Webmaster March 29, 2016

Content Warning: This may contain offensive material. Recently, there has been a shift towards a debate over labeling content with trigger warnings, especially in social media, cautiously warning any...

Staff Editorial: Perfection

Globe Staff October 19, 2015

Perfection. A word so simple, yet impossible to achieve; but this is the standard that Clayton students are forced into the moment they step through the doors. Urged to find their ‘legacy’ on day...

Lady Gaga as the Countess in American Horror Story: Hotel. (Frank Ockenfels/FX/TNS)

Most Anticipated Fall TV Shows of 2015

Lemuel Lan, Webmaster October 19, 2015

Most Anticipated Fall TV Shows of 2015   Arrow - Oct. 7 - CW ??? After the defeat of Ra’s al Ghul and the departure of Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) and his beloved Felicity Smoak (Emily...

The CHS community has become increasingly concerned by the apparent drug and alcohol problem at the high school (photo by Katherine Sleckman).

Staff Editorial: Drug Task Force

Globe Staff October 15, 2015

Last year, in several health classes, an anonymous survey was taken concerning drug and alcohol use by Clayton students. The directions were simple: select which drugs you have used in the past month....

Pro-gay marriage demonstrators rallied outside the Supreme Court.

The Gay Days of Summer

Lemuel Lan, Webmaster August 24, 2015

Outside the steps of the Supreme Court in Washington DC, a massive crowd cheers as the verdict is returned. The vote falls five to four. On June 26, 2015, gay marriage is legalized across the United States...

Pro: The Use of Police Force

Rachel Bluestone, copy editor October 3, 2014

In the New York Daily News on Aug. 23, 2014, John Paolucci, a retired detective sergeant from the New York Police Department, wrote a commentary defending the use of police force. In the article, Paolucci...

Staff Editorial: Online Trail

Peter Schmidt November 7, 2013

On August 31, former New England Patriots player Brian Holloway discovered that nearly 300 local teenagers had broken into his vacant Stephentown, NY farmhouse and used it to throw a massive party. When...

Obama Announces Support for Same-Sex Marriage

Peter Baugh May 10, 2012
Barack Obama has become the first United States president to openly support same-sex marriage.
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