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Cleveland Student Organized Protest after Donald Trump’s Election

Cleveland Student Organized Protest after Donald Trump’s Election

November 17, 2016

As social media buzzed with saddened and angered students on Tuesday, Nov. 8, senior Naomi Brim created and shared a Facebook event that would occur the next day a...

Students Participated in Anti-Trump Protest

Students Participated in Anti-Trump Protest

November 9, 2016

Students gathered at Pioneer Courthouse Square Wednesday, Nov. 9 around 1:30 p.m. The anti-Trump protest...

Cleveland Students Prepare to Vote

Cleveland Students Prepare to Vote

November 4, 2016

Cleveland  is known district wide as an incredibly liberal school, both in practice, and especially in ...

The Voter’s Guide: 2016 Oregon Ballot Measures

November 2, 2016

Clarion photo Ashley Lytle   A new ballot brings a fresh set of proposals, promising to better Oregon living. From a measure mirroring th...

Election Update: The controversies you’ve missed

Election Update: The controversies you’ve missed

September 26, 2016

Hello everyone, and welcome to the first edition of The Clarion. It has been quite a summer, at least ...

Lincoln students walkout in support of bond measure

Lincoln students walkout in support of bond measure

By Ariel Harmon and McKenzie Potter-Moen

September 15, 2016

Filed under Health, News, Politics

The ceilings are rotting in high schools around Portland. The water is undrinkable. A bond that could...

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...

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...

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...

Bernie Sanders Rally in Portland

By Sophie Brown, Reporter

April 11, 2016

Filed under News, Politics

On March 25, thousands of people greeted Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders for a rally at the Moda Center in Portland. Later, social media erupted after a bird flew on Sander’s podium in the middle of his speech. “I think, I think there might be some symbolism here. I know it doesn’t look like it, but ...

CHS members work towards voting rights

By Emily Diamond, Editor-in-Chief

March 11, 2016

Filed under Education, Politics

With the Democratic and Republican primaries well underway, many people at Cleveland are thinking about the voting process and the importance of expressing one’s opinions. For many high school students, they must only take a few minutes out of their day to register to vote. However, other students and teachers are still ...

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