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Top 10 DIY COVID-19 Remedies

By Patrick Brown, Writer

May 28, 2020

You’ve heard of botox injections, but what about Clorox? Go on a run- this must be why everyone’s doing it all of a sudden Wear a mask when driving- apparently COVID is spread the most when you are in an enclosed space by yourself Never wash your hands- that way you will build up an immunity ...

Yellow flowers on a cloudy walk

Clarion in Quarantine

May 27, 2020

    Hello Cleveland Warriors! We are quickly approaching the end of the 2019-20 school...

What’s Cookin’ : March Edition

Step 6. Mix and enjoy!

By Lena Tinker, Arts&Life Editor

March 9, 2020

“What’s Cookin” is our newest monthly column in which your Clarion staff will share old and new re...

Bong Joon-Ho receives his long-awaited Oscar.

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The 92nd Academy Awards

March 2, 2020

Film fans, young and old alike, wait patiently every year for the night the big screen is celebrated in...

The Invisible Man Review

The Invisible Man Review

By Graham Jones, Reporter

February 27, 2020

Universal Studios has been attempting to jumpstart interest for their classic horror characters that ...

Late to the Cinemas: Let’s talk Oscars, for starters

February 14, 2020

Late to the Cinemas...

A Month in Movies: Winter 2020 Edition

By Graham Jones, James Roach, and Aaron Witt

February 6, 2020

Knives Out - Knives Out is a modernized and re-energized version of the long-past dead genre of the murder mystery. It’s perfect blend of comedy and intrigue makes for a hilarious, shocking, and sometimes even heartfelt experience in the cinema. It’s elaborate and detailed set design is not only visually pleasing, but sets t...

Division on Division

Division on Division

February 6, 2020

As Portland has undergone mass gentrification over the last 30 years, Southeast Division street has e...

First Pokemon Game On Console Is Out!

First Pokemon Game On Console Is Out!

January 14, 2020

Pokemon Sword & Shield is out! read about the new adventure.

Cleveland Choir’s Winter Festival is a Snowy Success

By Graham Jones, Reporter

January 13, 2020

The Cleveland choral department created an outlet to enjoy the holidays with the Annual Winter Festival on Dec. 17. The choir conductor, Allison Bassett, opened with the curious question of why people seem to come together in the winter to celebrate music. This theme carried through the rest of the night as every piece perfor...

Jasmine Estrada-Hernandez, senior, had her art displayed at heART of Portland. Her piece was a painting of a pinata to symbolize her Mexican-American heritage.

Sweet Reward for Cleveland Art Student

December 18, 2019

The HeART of Portland is a Portland Public School tradition, where students in kindergarten through senior year ...

Winter Music Assembly

December 16, 2019

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