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No Objections to Legally Blonde

By Camilia Saulino, Reporter

June 8, 2018

From April 26-29, the drama department put on their first and only musical of the year, “Legally Blonde,” and it was a huge hit. Directed by retired drama teacher Jane Ferguson, the story centers on a college girl, Elle, who follows her ex-boyfriend, Warner, to Harvard Law School after he breaks up with her for not bein...

Sleepy Schools

By Camilia Saulino, Reporter

June 8, 2018

Tons of coffee, multiple alarms, heavy eyelids in first period classes, forcing yourself out of bed. These are things that I hear about and experience frequently in a school district with classes starting at 8:15. At first glance it may not seem like 8:15 is such a bad time to start. But I, along with many other student...

To Assemble or Not to Assemble

By Camilia Saulino, Reporter

June 8, 2018

The bell rings and students flood into the halls and out the doors. Most of them are headed to the assembly, but a few try to escape, hoping no one will notice, only to be escorted back into the crowd by administration waiting on the sidewalk. For a long time, assemblies have been a major part of Cleveland, but, of course, ...

CHS Mock Trial Team Competes in Mini Mock

By Camilia Saulino, Reporter

June 8, 2018

After all of their hard work, Cleveland’s Constitution Team is thrilled about making it to state for the second consecutive year, after getting third in regionals on Wednesday, Jan. 3. Started by social studies teacher Sadie Adams in 2015, the team must demonstrate knowledge of the Constitution in competitions. This is the...

Cleveland’s Mock Trial Battles It Out in Regionals

By Camilia Saulino, Reporter

June 8, 2018

On Saturday, March 3, Cleveland’s mock trial team went to regionals to debate a very important issue: teen texting and driving. On its fifth year running, the team has 27 people, the biggest it’s ever been. The current issue in debate, texting and driving, is a huge cause of deaths for teens, and an important issue t...

Need Spirit? Need Cheer? C-Squad is Here!

By Camilia Saulino, Reporter

June 8, 2018

As we transition into winter, basketball replaces football as Cleveland’s choice sports-game-to-watch-with-your-friends. But although it is pretty popular, the team wants a bigger crowd and a higher energy level. What’s the energy level like? Junior varsity basketball player Nick Brink, a sophomore, said, “They [ener...

Unified Basketball Works to Break the Stigma Around Disabilities

By Camilia Saulino, Reporter

June 8, 2018

For a long time, sports were just thought to be for able-bodied (and able-minded) males, and after many years, women's’ sports teams, as well as some co-ed teams, slowly formed and became popular. But until fairly recently, there hasn’t been a team for mentally or physically disabled students, specifically at Cleveland. Unif...

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