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The Clarion’s Top Ten Christmas Movies

The Clarion’s Top Ten Christmas Movies

December 4, 2018

10. “In Bruges” J: 8/10 H: 2/10 - “In Bruges” is what I like to call a pseudo Christmas movi...

November Mixtape

By Piper Gillen, Becca Roso, and Yanling Joslin

December 4, 2018

Filed under Arts, Media

Clarion photo Becca Roso November is the month of spending time with friends and family and giving back. This curated list of songs takes the meaning of what November is all about and puts it into song. Enjoy this playlist with a steaming cup of apple cider and the warmth of friendship. We Are Family - Sister Sledge Count...

One Act(s) and Three Successes

By Madeline Sweet, Reporter

November 30, 2018

Filed under Arts, Performing Arts, uncategorized

Cleveland’s drama students successfully put on the One Acts Nov. 9-11 despite the challenges the participants faced. The first One Act of the night was “Twitch,” written by Stephen Gregg and directed by seniors Anaïs Lowe and Natalie Alper. Next was “The Tales of Professor Jonathan P. Ducksworth,” co-written an...

Tastebuds

By Sophie Weir and Shelton Bowman, Editor-In-Chief and Copy Editor

November 13, 2018

Filed under Arts

Hi! We’re Shelton and Sophie. This year, we’re bringing you a comprehensive review column that lets you know which local restaurants are worth a visit. Each issue, we’ll pick a type of food, then select three businesses around Cleveland to review. Each business gets rated on a five star scale in a variety of categorie...

Month in Music: Fall Issue 2018

Month in Music: Fall Issue 2018

By Mirabella Miller, Editor-in-Chief

October 31, 2018

Filed under Arts, Columnists, Reviews

Noname - Room 25   With the superb “Room 25”, Noname, born Fatimah Warner, solidifies the in...

The Cleveland Choir Rocks the First Concert of the Year

By Shelton Bowman, Copy Editor

October 28, 2018

Filed under Arts, Entertainment, Performing Arts

The Cleveland choir department, led by new choir director and teacher Allison Bassett, kicked off the year with a delightful performance at their annual Harvest Festival Concert On Thursday Oct. 18. The choir put their full hearts into their performances and took advantage of the entire auditorium, beginning with “Hlonolo...

Video Game Central: Smash Bros demo; Nintendo’s mistake

By Nicolas Brown, reporter

October 23, 2018

Filed under Arts, Commentary, Entertainment, Reviews

  There are times in life when an event happens and you get to go and have an amazing experience. On the other hand, events where you do not get to participate leave you feeling sad and a bit depressed. In a recent event I experienced the latter. Smash Bros Ultimate is one of the most anticipated games since its reveal in...

“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...

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