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“Saturday Night Live” Is Back From the Comedy Graveyard

“Saturday Night Live” Is Back From the Comedy Graveyard

October 16, 2018

“Saturday Night Live” returned Sept. 29 for its 44th season. The show featured guest host Adam D...

Maxine McCormick: Best Female Flycaster in the World

Maxine McCormick: Best Female Flycaster in the World

October 10, 2018

Cleveland sophomore Maxine McCormick is 14 years old and already is a world champion fly caster. She ...

Video Game Central: The Dawn of Smash Bros Ultimate

By Nicolas Brown, reporter

October 8, 2018

Filed under Arts, Columnists, Entertainment

the ins and outs of Super Smash Bros Ultimate.

Destiny 2 “Forsaken” Revitalizes Dying Game

Destiny 2 “Forsaken” Revitalizes Dying Game

October 4, 2018

  To say that it’s been a rough year for “Destiny 2” would be an understatement. People we...

Fall Mixtape

Fall Mixtape

September 28, 2018

Autumn is fast approaching, and the leaves are beginning to fall.  As we say goodbye to sunny days an...

New Start New Art

September 26, 2018

While we move further into the school year, you have probably noticed a few new faces in the halls. To...

‘The Predator’ Is A Bloody Fun Mess

‘The Predator’ Is A Bloody Fun Mess

By Graham Jones and James Roach

September 24, 2018

Filed under Arts, Reviews

2018’s “The Predator” is the new Shane Black film and an addition to the “Predator” franchise...

Bootlegs and B-Sides

Bootlegs and B-Sides

September 12, 2018

Bang Bang Rock and Roll-Art Brut The term “art brut” was originally coined by French artist Jean Dub...

No Objections to Legally Blonde

By Camilia Saulino, Reporter

June 8, 2018

Filed under Arts, Performing Arts, Reviews

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...

The Verses of Verselandia

By Mia Johnson, Reporter

June 8, 2018

Filed under Arts, Education, Entertainment, News, Performing Arts

    The night of Wednesday April 11 was Cleveland’s seventh annual Verselandia poetry competition. Held in the library, Verselandia is an opportunity for students to share their art and express their ideas. This year there were 10 competitors with a judging panel comprised of special guests and Jan Watt. Th...

CHS Band Marches Their Way to Disneyland

CHS Band Marches Their Way to Disneyland

May 10, 2018

Cleveland’s band program had the opportunity to march at Disneyland over spring break, and accordin...

Drama in the Drama Department

Drama in the Drama Department

May 8, 2018

The fact that the drama department’s production of Legally Blonde hit the stage April 26 is a testame...

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