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Cyrus Lyday awarded Gates Millennium scholarship

Cyrus Lyday awarded Gates Millennium scholarship

May 18, 2016

It is evident senior Cyrus Lyday has a way with words. After writing his way through eight long essa...

I.B. students learn the importance of giving back

I.B. students learn the importance of giving back

By Emily Diamond, Editor-in-Chief

May 18, 2016

Filed under Education

Many people strive to give back to the community.  Whether it is volunteering at a local hospital, tutoring s...

Cleveland to be represented at the 2016 Starlight Parade

Cleveland to be represented at the 2016 Starlight Parade

May 9, 2016

Stars out, streets abandoned of all cars, kids playing, and people selling cotton candy and souvenirs fil...

It is time to end period shame

By Caroline Diamond, Reporter

May 9, 2016

Filed under Education, Health, News

Anne Dierker and her Women in History class recently embarked on a new project surrounding girls’ menstrual cycles that will help to end period shame and create more accessible resources. With the words, “We’re all period pals at this school” in mind, Dierker requested the woodshop class to make multiple small bo...

Cleveland presents the film, “The Mask You Live In”

Cleveland presents the film, “The Mask You Live In”

May 9, 2016

Gender normalities standout as an important issue in our society, one that often keeps people from b...

Progression towards equity at Cleveland

Progression towards equity at Cleveland

May 9, 2016

Reaching and sustaining equity have been problems throughout all of human history and have snaked their ...

Andrew Jackson to be replaced on the $20 bill

Andrew Jackson to be replaced on the $20 bill

By Sophie Brown, Reporter

May 9, 2016

Filed under News, Politics

Harriet Tubman is set to replace our seventh president, Andrew Jackson, on the front of the $20 bill. ...

The road to the GOP convention has gotten complicated

By Bart Brewer, Reporter

May 9, 2016

Filed under News, Politics

If you’ve been following the Republican side of the presidential elections, you know who the two front runners are: Ted Cruz and Donald Trump. Currently, they are both trying to get the Republican nomination; however, this might be harder for them than previously anticipated. The reason for this increase in difficulty comes a...

What we should be learning in school

By Siana Ramos, Reporter

May 9, 2016

Filed under Commentary, Education

School is supposed to prepare us to live a healthy, happy, successful life. But there are huge, important concepts that are often completely left out of our education. Some of the most important things that we will have to deal with or experience in our lives are things we hardly get to learn about in school. How are we supposed...

National Honor Society Induction Ceremony

By Sophie Brown, Reporter

May 9, 2016

Filed under Clubs, Education, News

On April 14, the new initiates from the class of 2018 and 2017 were inducted to the National Honor Society in a half-hour long ceremony at Cleveland. The induction was held in the library because of renovations to the auditorium. The event began with opening remarks from NHS advisor Kathleen Fuller and Principal Tammy O’Nei...

Round Five: Cleveland 100 year Celebration Winner… Terrell Cunningham

Round Five: Cleveland 100 year Celebration Winner… Terrell Cunningham

May 8, 2016

Those who are a part of the Cleveland community always know there’s one person they can always cou...

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...

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