The Downfall of the Disney Original

The Downfall of the Disney Original

January 23, 2019

Where have Disney’s animated feature length films gone? In the last couple of years, Disney has dra...

Cleveland Reacts to Hate Speech Found on Jewish Student Union Posters

(left to right) JSU Co-Presidents Sasha  Birk-Stachon, Maya Cogan, and Jesse Orkin.

By Lainie Pennington and Kira Chan

January 23, 2019

Increased instances of anti-Semitism have sparked discussions around safety and respect in the Cleve...

Students can now safely drink from several fixtures around the building.

Water Fountains Are Coming Back On

October 31, 2018

For the first time since 2016, Cleveland students may finally be able to drink from water fountains i...

CARE is Not Slowing Down: Plans for Next Year

By Lainie Pennington, Copy Editor

June 1, 2018

After presenting the findings of their October survey on hallway policies at Cleveland to the staff, student body, and community members, the Cleveland Alliance for Racial Equity (CARE Leadership) is expanding the scope of their work into the greater Portland community. On May 3, sophomore Lydia Wade-Sully and senior Caroline Diamond...

Living in the Era of “Screenagers”

Living in the Era of “Screenagers”

By Lainie Pennington, Copy Editor

March 19, 2018

It’s a daily occurrence for a teacher to tell their class the common phrase, “Get off your phones!...

(Left to right) Melissa Carrasco-Casillas, Jessica Pineda, and Jaden Lee sitting together in their Transitional Skills class. Mckenzie Potter-Moen photo.

Learning to Hear Cleveland’s Deaf Community

February 28, 2018

“What hearing people can do is just try. Acknowledge that they’re there, and have eye contact, an...

Juniors Samantha Lyon, Georgia Baker, and Eliza Herring (right to left) are joining the fight against cancer. Photo provided by Georgia Baker.

Warriors Against Leukemia and Lymphoma

February 8, 2018

Juniors Samantha Lyon, Eliza Herring, and Georgia Baker are joining the fight against cancer as candida...

Katy Wagner with members of the Ski Patrol team that rescued her. Photo provided by Katy Wagner.

Vice Principal Dr. Katy Wagner Reflects on Harrowing Ski Accident

October 11, 2017

Vice Principal  Dr. Katy Wagner is happy to be back on the job after her serious skiing accident la...

The Daires before the performance. Photo provided by Jo Prevatte.

CHS Daires Get a Shot at the Big Leagues Singing with Foreigner

October 11, 2017

  On Friday, Sept. 8, 2017, the Cleveland Daires had the opportunity to sing with the legendary roc...

Cleveland Reacts to Leaving the Paris Climate Agreement

By Lainie Pennington and Hannah Madans

June 9, 2017

  On Thursday June 1, 2017, President Trump announced that the United States will leave the Paris climate agreement, a historic coalition aimed at reducing carbon emissions and slowing global warming worldwide. Trump cited the need to support American workers and reject the “unfair” standards that the agreement p...

The Problem With Promposals

By Lainie Pennington, Copy Editor

May 15, 2017

You’re an average teenage student, most likely in your junior or senior year of high school. You’re sitting in your eight period math class, daydreaming about prom—which is just around the corner—instead of focusing on your calculus problem. Just then, the loud roar of an engine comes from outside. Rose petals begin rai...

Vice Principal Katy Wagner Recovering After Skiing Accident

By Lainie Pennington, Copy Editor

April 30, 2017

Vice Principal Katy Wagner is home recovering after a skiing accident in early March. On Saturday March 4, Wagner and her now fiancé Adam Ulvi were skiing on Mount Hood when Wagner fell down a 100 foot drop, severely dislocating her neck. The morning started with Wagner, who is considered an expert skier, and Ulvi trekking to the ...

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