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Two CHS Seniors Begin Their Campaign for Rose Princess

Two CHS Seniors Begin Their Campaign for Rose Princess

February 17

The Rose Princess race has begun, and Cleveland seniors Brette Ramsay and Kaytlin Gaines are ready t...

Graduate Anna Del Savio takes Global Citizen Year

Graduate Anna Del Savio takes Global Citizen Year

February 17

With the arrival of second semester, many seniors are now looking past the waning months of high schoo...

Micro-aggressive misogyny at Cleveland?

By Caroline Diamond, Reporter

February 17

Filed under Commentary, Education, News

Misogyny at Cleveland? The most socially developed and politically forward PPS high school? Yes. In recent months, five unnamed, female teachers under the age of 40 have come forward toward administration regarding blatant and micro aggressive misogyny in their classrooms. Misogyny is easily defined as the dislike of, contempt for, or ...

No toxins found in Cleveland High air

No toxins found in Cleveland High air

February 17

The life of a high school student can be stressful, filled with academics, extracurriculars, and navigatin...

A story to tell: Independent Media Productions

A story to tell: Independent Media Productions

February 17

Cleveland’s very own Independent Media Productions (IMP) is in its second year and is already gaining sp...

A showcase of immense knowledge

A showcase of immense knowledge

February 17

Earning an International Baccalaureate diploma is no piece of cake. Among other requirements, each diplo...

Cleveland High annual auction makes commemorative video

By Ariel Harmon, Reporter

February 17

Filed under 100 Years, Education

Four Cleveland students, under the direction of parent Kate Raphael, are making a video to celebrate the diversity of the student body and help raise money for the upcoming PTA auction on March 5. At the center of the video is a poem, written by the four students, that works as an ode to Cleveland. “The poem/video w...

100 Warriors: Dancer Lily Gilmore

100 Warriors: Dancer Lily Gilmore

February 17

At age ten, sophomore Lily Gilmore fell in love. Not with a new sibling, a kid at school, or a pet, but ...

Class changes in store for students next year

Class changes in store for students next year

February 17

The auditorium’s remodel is coming to a close, but Cleveland isn’t settling down. Administrators, ...

Senior Hall of Fame is now gender neutral

By Quinn Gonzales, Reporter

February 17

Filed under Education, News

This year, the yearbook staff is breaking the gender binary; when voting sheets were passed out, it was announced that the senior Hall of Fame category winners would be the two students with the most amount of votes, no matter their gender. Now, this change may seem logical for current Cleveland students, but for the entiret...

Multitude of reasons affect students’ attendance

Multitude of reasons affect students’ attendance

February 12

A recent survey conducted by the Clarion revealed an insight into an issue every school wonders how to deal with: attendance. Af...

Cleveland Students Carve up Wood Shop Class

By Ellie Mortenson and Isabella Donofrio

January 22

Filed under Education

The smell of wood chips fills the air as students work hard to finish their various projects, emerging themselves in their hands on work. The new wood shop class at Cleveland has just come back this year, and is now available for students in every grade to take. It used to be an option, but was taken away due to lack of ...

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