Best of SNO

#13
2018-2019
Distinguished Sites Rank for
Clayton High School
19
Published Stories for
Clayton High School
in 2018-2019
#12
2018-2019
Best of SNO Rank for
Clayton High School
Stories from Clayton High School
Magnificent Mottl
Sports

Daniel Cohen | February 13, 2019

In just her second meet on the CHS girls’ varsity swim team, freshman Kellen Mottl broke the girls’ 100-yard breaststroke school record set by Lydia Welty, a graduate of CHS in 2016. Welty swam at…

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My Experience with “Men on Boats”
Opinions

Sarah Vallo | February 1, 2019

This year’s fall play, “Men on Boats,” followed Major John Wesley Powell’s crew, and their voyage down the Colorado River, one of the last American Frontiers.

Major Powell (Sydney Tennill) takes…

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Unicreamer
Features

Yiyun Xu | January 29, 2019

As more people look into healthy lifestyles, many turn away from animal-based products. This results in meeting the adequate amount of protein becoming a top priority for most. Protein-packed foods are…

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Video

Samuel Cooper | January 29, 2019

This story was originally published on The Globe on January 22, 2019.

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The “Mountains”
Opinions

Sophie Thompson | January 28, 2019

At Wydown Middle School, students are forced to leave their backpacks in their lockers throughout the day. However, at Clayton High School, students are allowed to carry their backpacks around the school…

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A Swim with Miller
Sports

Kaia Mills-Lee | January 23, 2019

Determined. Courageous. Committed. Leader. These are the qualities of an outstanding swimmer, and these are the qualities that Elizabeth Miller, a senior at CHS, possesses.

Miller has been swimming…

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Video

January 14, 2019

Adam & Gabe tell the story of the Dance Marathon being organized by CHS students.

This story was originally published on The Globe on December 1, 2018.

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A Day in the Life of the Cast Aside
Opinions

Sofia Puerto | January 7, 2019

Why do we do this to ourselves? We live in a generation where all of the world’s knowledge is at the click of a button for us, and we continuously make mistakes in etiquette when calling someone the…

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Cohen’s Clayton Connection
Arts & Entertainment

Jacob LaGesse | December 28, 2018

Each Thanksgiving, Andy Cohen, CHS graduate of 1986 and Bravo executive, returns to St. Louis to spend the holiday with his family. While his usual venture home includes family time and Imo’s pizza,…

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Spiking Sophia
Sports

Sofia Erlin | December 19, 2018

The stands watched silently as the Clayton and Ladue varsity volleyball teams battled for the winner of Volley for a Cure. The rally went on for a few minutes before the ball was set outside. CHS sophomore…

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Sixth Grade Camp vs. The Athletic Department
Features

Cece Cohen | November 20, 2018

It seems as though the Clayton athletic department has a stigma when it come to sixth grade camp.

Sixth grade camp is an annual tradition where each fall the Wydown Middle School sixth grade class travels…

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From the Editor
Opinions

Lila Taylor | November 20, 2018

From the age of 10, I’ve spent my summers in the Northwoods of Minnesota at Camp Kamaji for girls. My home away from home lacks air conditioning, electricity and most importantly, wifi.

Those who…

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Overprescribed
Features

Grace Snelling | November 16, 2018

“I broke my nose playing basketball when I was 15 and I was prescribed tylenol-3’s, which are codeine. I remember I just took them and I liked the way they made me feel. It was a different high than weed,…

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Staff Editorial: Pursuing Pursuit Day’s Potential
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Globe Staff | November 8, 2018

The Clayton School District’s purpose in educating students, as described in its vision statement, is to “develop leaders who shape the world through independence, creativity and critical thinking.”

Yet…

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Clayton Volleyball Turns Over a New Leaf
Sports

Sofia Erlin | October 31, 2018

The last time the Clayton girls’ varsity volleyball team won districts was in 1983. In a school that tends to focus more on academics than athletics, the volleyball team is hoping to break out of that…

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Dulle Dominates
Sports

Daniel Cohen | October 29, 2018

“In the quarterfinal game against Panama I went to shoot the ball but a player fell on my leg. I ripped my hamstring away from my pelvis, and I was out the entire summer,” CHS senior varsity soccer captain…

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Catching Crickets
Features

Cece Cohen | October 18, 2018

“No wifi or cell service,” CHS sophomore Noah Kennedy said as he described his trip to the Grand Tetons.

CHS seniors Xuenan Jin and Max de la Paz, juniors Dana Anderson and Liza Anzilotti and sophomores…

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I Am
Features

Sarah Baker | October 5, 2018

“I always tell my sons to be proud of themselves,” Glenridge Elementary librarian Jude Hagene said. “They are biracial, and the minute they walk into a room, they are subjected to whatever people think…

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