Celebration held for graduating ELL students

Teachers, administrators, families, and mentors gathered to celebrate the graduation of 11 English Language Learner (ELL) students on Wednesday, May 20. Following an introductory speech by ELL teacher Stefanie Goldbloom, other teachers shared a few special... Read more »

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Bicyclist’s leg severed at 26th and Powell

Bicyclist’s leg severed at 26th and Powell

By David Rappe and Oscar Duyck

On Sunday, May 10, a man’s leg was severed. The cause of this was a brutal bike accident on the intersection of 26th and Powell, right outside Cleveland. The man, Alistair Corkett, was biking across...  Read More »

Cleveland parent elected to PPS board

Cleveland parent elected to PPS board

By Camille MacLean, Reporter

Four seats on the Portland Public Schools Board were open for election on May 29. Julie Esparza Brown won the seat in Zone 1, Paul Anthony for Zone 2, and Mike Rosen (father of senior Emma Rosen), has...  Read More »

World News: Ireland votes for gay unions, Islamic State strikes again

World News: Ireland votes for gay unions, Islamic State strikes again

By Evanne O'Sullivan and Kira Rea

Ireland legalizes same-sex marriage Widely known for their socially conservative views and large national involvement with the Catholic church, Ireland is likely to become the first...  Read More »

Cannibals Win Fourth State Championship

Cannibals Win Fourth State Championship

By Adriana Milian, Reporter

Cleveland’s speech and debate team, the Cannibals, conquered the state championships held Thursday, April 23 through Saturday, April 25 at Western Oregon University to take their fourth win in a row,...  Read More »

School evacuated Friday morning after bomb threat

By Conor Bergin and Emily Diamond

At approximately 9:40 Friday morning, the fire alarm sounded to evacuate students and staff from the building after a bomb threat written in the senior hall girls’ bathroom was reported to security...  Read More »

Cleveland bowler hits nearly impossible 7-10 split

Cleveland bowler hits nearly impossible 7-10 split

By Evanne O'Sullivan, Reporter

On Saturday, April 25, Cleveland junior Sam Leader took a “7-10 split” during his league bowling competition. Many familiar with bowling will know that this technique is not easy. The talented student made this very rare...  Read More »

SAFER brings students together to discuss important issues

SAFER brings students together to discuss important issues

By Emily Diamond, Reporter

120 students packed into one classroom to discuss a prevalent issue in our society: rape culture. A new club called SAFER, which is an advocacy...  Read More »

Staff flash mob highlights 2015 Versus assembly

Staff flash mob highlights 2015 Versus assembly

By Conor Bergin, School Sports Editor

When career coordinator Heidi Sause was signed up to compete in the dance competition for the recent Versus Assembly, she knew her performance would have to be something spectacular to beat the talented student dancers. “She...  Read More »

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“Avengers: Age of Ultron” a deluge of good things

“Avengers: Age of Ultron” a deluge of good things

By Oscar Deardorff, Illustrations Editor

There is not even a single second of downtime in “Avengers: Age of Ultron;” hold your eyelids open and embrace the non-stop torrential downpour of transparent humor and...  Read More »

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Tastebuds: Harlow offers delicious food for the food conscious

Tastebuds: Harlow offers delicious food for the food conscious

By Emily Diamond, Reporter

Nothing screams Portland more than the restaurant Harlow, located in the heart of Hawthorne and open from 8 a.m. until 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and until 3 p.m. on...  Read More »

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Sports

Sultessa gets two silver medals, school record at state meet

Sultessa gets two silver medals, school record at state meet

By Tucker Johnson, Editor-in-Chief

Neither of Cleveland’s returning 5A State Champions successfully defended their titles at the 6A OSAA State Championships on May 22 and 23, though most of the team felt the meet was still a fruitful...  Read More »

Girls tennis fifth in PIL

Girls tennis fifth in PIL

By Conor Bergin, School Sports Editor

The girls tennis team did not send any players to state this year, but the team finished a solid fifth in the PIL standings and junior Bridget Garland brought home the singles consolation final at the...  Read More »

Brant places 27 at 6A golf championships

Brant places 27 at 6A golf championships

By Cyrus Lyday, Community Sports Editor

The boys golf team competed in a postseason tournament that did not go as well as hoped. The team played teams from the Metro League of the 6A division, and the result was a resounding loss. Reflecting...  Read More »

Boys tennis fourth in PIL

Boys tennis fourth in PIL

By Bella Forrest, Reporter

With a fourth place finish in the 6A PIL, the tennis team unfortunately doesn’t see state qualification in the cards. “We have a better team this year than last year and were well prepared, winning...  Read More »

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