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Cleveland Bands Perform Late Night Concert With Warner Pacific College

By Kira Rea, Reporter

April 13, 2016

  Band teacher Gary Riler led his concert and symphonic bands through another amazing performance on the evening of April 5 in an effort to gain support in purchasing new marching band uniforms. Taking place at Warner Pacific College in Northeast Portland and in collaboration with their own orchestra, the Cleveland st...

Valentine’s day or Galentine’s day?

Clarion Editor in-Chief celebrating Galentine's day with sparklers

By Grace benefiel and Kira Rea

February 17, 2016

Everyone has mixed opinions on Valentine’s Day, whether they enjoy the feeling of love in the air,...

Embody love club celebrates black celebrities

By Kira Rea, Reporter

February 17, 2016

One of the newest members to Cleveland’s large family of clubs is the Embody Love Club, focused on empowering the community to embrace who they are. Recently, the club has taken action to show solidarity with Black History Month by hanging informative posters around the school. It is no surprise that racism still both is ...

Mixtape: Soft songs for super sensitive men

By Kira Rea and Grace Benefiel

January 23, 2016

As seniors, with only a semester left, some of us have hit a pretty nostalgic point in our lives, so we’ve decided to bring it back with some old school hits, when R&B could take us away. R&B and its counterpart Hip Hop dominated the music scene in the late ‘90s and early 2000s. Billboard’s records show fr...

Students embrace African culture through club

By Kira Rea, Reporter

December 17, 2015

Mike Sweeney, a stand-in substitute for the first semester of I.B. Social Anthropology SL while Julia Blattner is away on maternity leave, is the mastermind behind the development of the African Student Union, a new club created this year that focuses on learning about cultures from around Africa. The idea for the club came after Sweeney bro...

Gary Riler leads determined students in extensive band practice

Band raises money during midnight Play-a-thon

November 17, 2015

For years, the American public education system has neglected fine arts programs at its schools, choosi...

1992-2016: Freshman class

By Kira Rea, Editor

October 28, 2015

It’s after school Wednesday, Oct. 14, and freshmen student class presidents Gwen Kaliszewski and Nick Paesler have been dashing around Cleveland helping their team accumulate all the materials they’ll need for their very first hall dec experience. Hall decs marks their first big project in student body government for the...

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