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Preview: March for the Dimes

By Marc Duhamel, Reporter

April 29, 2016

Filed under Clubs

On Saturday, April 30 the March of Dimes walkathon will take place to help raise money for research in the fight against prematurity. The March of Dimes was founded by President Franklin D. Roosevelt as a non-profit organization to improve the health of mother’s and their babies. It was created in 1938 to combat polio. In 1955, t...

CHS stars run in international indoor competition

CHS stars run in international indoor competition

April 13, 2016

From March 17-20, more than 600 athletes from over 200 countries competed for medals in 13 men’s and wo...

Homework Summit set to get everyone on same page

Homework Summit set to get everyone on same page

April 13, 2016

Teachers give it. Parents pester about it. Students love to hate it. “It” is homework. In hig...

Team of Cleveland students create promposal simulator

Team of Cleveland students create promposal simulator

April 13, 2016

One of the many extraordinary opportunities offered at Cleveland is Intro to Computer Programming. The cl...

Cleveland’s annual Versus week continues to promote pride

Cleveland’s annual Versus week continues to promote pride

By Carlin MacMillan and Lina Clark

April 13, 2016

Filed under Education, News

  The annual Versus assembly was held on March 10, a week of proud celebration and competition fo...

College advice for students both over and underprepared

By Quinn Gonzales, Reporter

April 13, 2016

Filed under Commentary, Education

Finding the perfect college is impossible. No matter how thoroughly you search or how many resources you use, you will never find the college that has everything you want. But, if you can keep an even head and stay organized, you can find a college that will give you one of the best experiences of your life, even if it's not...

A.C.E. students building their own future

By Quinn Gonzales, Reporter

April 13, 2016

Filed under Education, News

The A.C.E. program isn't only about building structures, but building connections. The Architecture Construction and Engineering program is a mentorship program that links young students interested in a profession with a master in the field. This national program hopes to instruct students about the variety of technical ca...

Round Four: Cleveland 100 year celebration winner… Soren Kennedy

Round Four: Cleveland 100 year celebration winner… Soren Kennedy

April 11, 2016

Congratulations to senior Soren Kennedy for being the round four winner of the Cleveland Clarion Trivia Contest. Kennedy was able to correctly state that the Elton Field ...

Bullseye Glass scandal widens

By Caroline Diamond, Reporter

April 11, 2016

Filed under Education, Health, News, Politics

On Feb. 3, Bullseye Glass Company turned from an unnoticed industrial building to a Cleveland household name. In the past month, scientific data has been thoroughly analyzed, depicting the effects of both cadmium and arsenic on our inner southeast community. However, as science and factual data collection slows, the political...

Charisse Hung and Adam Nayak excel in regional science fair

By Caroline Diamond, Reporter

April 11, 2016

Filed under Education, News, Technology

On March 10, Charisse Hung and Adam Nayak competed in the Portland Public School’s Science Expo (PPSSE) hosted at PCC Sylvania, the qualifying contest to Oregon’s state competition, and later the Intel International Engineering and Science Fair (Intel ISEF), the largest pre-college science competition in the world. This ...

Cleveland Singer wins PIL

By Anna Rollins and Caroline Diamond

April 11, 2016

Filed under Arts, News, Performing Arts

Cleveland sophomore Mikaela Clarke took first in the PIL mezzos individual singing competition, winning with a score of 99 out of 100. This is the competition that qualifies singers for state. It is a one-on-one recital between the student performer and a judge in which the student must sing two pieces, at least one must...

Merrick Garland Nominated for Supreme Court

By Sophie Brown, Reporter

April 11, 2016

Filed under News, Politics

On Feb. 13, Supreme Court justice Antonin Scalia died from natural causes in his hotel room at the age of 79. Appointed by President Ronald Reagan in 1986, Scalia was the leading conservative judge on the Supreme Court. Immediately following his death, controversy reigned over whether President Barack Obama should pick a rep...

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