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The Student News Site of Clayton High School.

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Seasonal Affective Disorder

Nisha Klein, Page Editor November 4, 2015

Colder weather has some people feeling SAD.   Seasonal Affective Disorder (known more commonly by its acronym) is fairly common, though less frequently discussed than some other similar disorders....


Mitali Sharma and Nisha Klein October 13, 2015

This year’s LouFest definitely succeeded in meeting festival goers’ expectations.   Of course, a music festival all starts with the music. Having a wide range of artists including everyone...

High School Myths

Nisha Klein, Page Editor October 13, 2015

Everyone has read the YA fiction books and seen the cheesy movies about high school. Countless students arrive on their first day expecting to meet their school’s version of Regina George. Naturally,...

While the AMC Dine-in Services have much more to offer than popcorn, the classically tasty snack almost never disappoints (Charles Trainor Jr./Miami Herald/MCT).

Dining In

March 5, 2015

The AMC West Olive 16 theater, the closest dine-in theater to Clayton, knows how to handle entertainment. Viewers, for the most part, seemed to leave with very few complaints and very little room left...

It can be difficult to keep up with the latest news and to lead a balanced life (photo by Emily Braverman).

The Role of News Media

January 20, 2015

In a world that’s more quickly and easily interconnected than ever before, it’s hard to avoid hearing about major events and topics in the news. For starters, it seems that there are almost more...

If Constitutional Amendment Three were to pass, the nature of public teaching in Missouri would change significantly (Photo by Katie Warnusz-Steckel).

Amendment Three

September 30, 2014

Numbers don’t lie. No one can argue against the notion that a numerical value provides some sort of concrete insight into the operation of a system. However, numbers often don’t tell widely accepted...

Students often struggle with decisions regarding school schedules (Photo by Alexis Schwartz).

Decisions, Decisions

September 30, 2014

One of the biggest responsibilities that high school presents to each student during their four-year experience is to put together a schedule that works best for them. Although in the long run it seems...

Off the Beaten Path

Off the Beaten Path

Jeffrey Friedman March 7, 2014

by JEFFREY FRIEDMAN with reporting by PETER BAUGH and ABRAHAM BLUESTONE Ah, the endorphins. The feeling that comes with exercise is an amazing one. No matter where or when the workout takes place,...

The Violin Merchant

Phoebe Yao, Editor January 28, 2014

As a fourth generation fiddler, Matthew Wyatt, 34, has an occupation that cannot, in the most casual sense of the term, be described as normal; not many jobs dictate one’s lifestyle, and fewer...

Sam I Am

Jeffrey Friedman December 5, 2013

Why do you choose to place less emphasis on the use of technology in your teaching methods than do most other teachers? I don’t feel the need to do something that’s just different...

Grades Over Knowledge?

Jeffrey Friedman November 1, 2013

“It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge.” These words, once spoken by Albert Einstein, would likely be doubted by most present-day American...

September Staff Ed

Globe Staff October 8, 2013

The percentage of Clayton students who binge drink is almost double the national average, according to the Clayton High School health survey created by the CHS Health and Physical Education Department. Although...

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