Naomi Tsai crowned Cleveland’s 2015 Rose Princess

Naomi Tsai is Cleveland’s Rose Princess. At the Rose Princess coronation ceremony on Monday, she was chosen to represent Cleveland. She was chosen over three contenders, Kaitlyn Gaines, Michaella Joseph, and Claire Diller. Many were in attendance... Read more »

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Outdoor School approaching fast

Outdoor School approaching fast

By Gwen Frost, Grover's Corner Editor

Spring Outdoor School is coming up! The deadline to submit cards for outdoor school was Wednesday, March 11, but apparently, you can still send in your cards. “My guess is we will still take male...  Read More »

Cannibals take second at University of Oregon tournament

Cannibals take second at University of Oregon tournament

By Oscar Duyck, Reporter

A few weeks ago, the Cleveland Cannibals headed down to the University of Oregon and competed in a tournament. Over 40 schools went to the tournament, with representatives from Canada to California. With...  Read More »

SBAC tests coming to Cleveland

SBAC tests coming to Cleveland

By Nelea Chin, Guest Reporter

Starting April 20, juniors at Cleveland will be joining the rest of the state and most of the nation in taking the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) tests, beginning at least a monthlong testing...  Read More »

Cleveland honors alumni for lifetime achievement

Cleveland honors alumni for lifetime achievement

By Emma Jones, Editor-in-Chief

The Commerce-Cleveland Alumni Association held its seventh annual distinguished alumni awards on March 1. Many alumni and their families gathered together at the Portland Golf Club for a cocktail party...  Read More »

Cleveland votes for 2015 Rose Festival ambassador

Cleveland votes for 2015 Rose Festival ambassador

By David Rappe and Oscar Duyck

Spring time, the flowers bloom, the birds chirp, and Cleveland’s rose ambassador  is decided. This year’s installment of the Rose Festival election has four candidates, Naomi Tsai, Kaitlyn Gaines,...  Read More »

Fields on the Faces: Get to know the beards of Cleveland

Fields on the Faces: Get to know the beards of Cleveland

By Tucker Johnson, Editor-in-Chief

Robert Bergin When did you start growing your beard? Middle school. I started to get chin hair. I was actually embarrassed, I plucked.  Since eighth grade it’s been...  Read More »

10 Questions: Elle Delozier, music producer

10 Questions: Elle Delozier, music producer

By Katherine Dean, Reporter

Already well on her way to a successful career in the music industry is senior Elle Delozier. New to Cleveland this year--originally from Brooklyn, New York--Delozier spends her time outside of school working in sound booths...  Read More »

The social scene of teen night life

By Margaret Gibson, Reporter

There are over 1500 students at Cleveland who spend most of the daylight hours inside school. But what do all these people do after hours on weekends? “I hangout with my friends or stay home and watch Netflix,” junior...  Read More »

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Live Long and Prosper, Mr. Spock

Live Long and Prosper, Mr. Spock

By Cleo Bethel, Editor-in-Chief

The man behind the pointy ears and the logical mind, Leonard Nimoy, passed away on Feb. 27. The acting legend was suffering from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, an...  Read More »

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Red Carpet 2015: Emma Stone turns heads

Red Carpet 2015: Emma Stone turns heads

By Sophie Broide and Katherine Dean

This year’s awards show red carpets were nothing shy of extravagant. We have compiled our best dressed from the Golden Globes, the Grammys, and the Academy Awards red carpet....  Read More »

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Winter Royal C winners announced at season’s end

Winter Royal C winners announced at season’s end

By Tucker Johnson, Editor-in-Chief

Boys Swimming: Tucker Johnson ...  Read More »

Sundancers still shining

Sundancers still shining

By Siana Ramos, Reporter

On Feb. 28, the amazing Cleveland Sundancers took third place at the PIL Rose City competition with an overall score of 76.06, higher than their state score last year. Senior captains Gillian Thomas and...  Read More »

Boys swimming finds camaraderie at State

Boys swimming finds camaraderie at State

By Tucker Johnson, Editor-in-Chief

I qualified for state as part of the 200-yard freestyle relay team. The four of us, Rees Kyle, Tanner Montagriff-Peck, Tyler Soo, and I would be the only Cleveland swimmers to race in the meet, though...  Read More »

Boys basketball season ends against Aloha

Boys basketball season ends against Aloha

By Conor Bergin, School Sports Editor

The Cleveland boys basketball team (14-11, 8-8 PIL) ended its 2015 postseason campaign Feb. 27 in a 71-62 loss against Aloha (9-16, 4-10 Metro) at home in a play-in game for the OSAA 6A playoffs. Cleveland...  Read More »

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