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New Teachers Reflect on Their First Year at Cleveland

By Graham Jones

May 23, 2019

Filed under Commentary, Spotlight

As the year comes to a close, students and teachers alike prepare for the sunny three month break from the confines of the school. While some of these teachers will be familiar with the feeling of finishing a full year, other teachers will be new to the reflection that comes in June after nine months in school. New Cleveland...

What You Don’t Notice Can hurt You

By Nicolas Brown, Reporter

May 22, 2019

Filed under Commentary, Education

learn about the Cleveland hallways and the accessibility issues.

Video Game Back Alley: Don’t Keep In Mind

Video Game Back Alley: Don’t Keep In Mind

May 14, 2019

It’s not often I’m extremely critical of a game in Back Alley Gaming, but I’ve got to address this piece. I like games that really make you think, games that have darker ove...

Bootlegs and B-Sides

Bootlegs and B-Sides

May 10, 2019

Watch Out!-Wells Fargo Wells Fargo (Not to be confused with the bank) was at the forefront of 1970...

Jokes: Why Is This Even An Article

By Nicolas Brown, reporter

April 24, 2019

Filed under Commentary, Entertainment

get some laughs in with self proclaimed comedian Nicolas Brown

Modern Feminism- Sex Worker’s Rights

By Shelton Bowman, Copy Editor

March 25, 2019

Filed under Columnists, Commentary, Uncategorized

The world’s oldest profession is also the world’s most dangerous. Prostitutes, or sex workers, are far more likely to be victims of abuse or homicide than women of any other profession. In San Francisco, 82 percent of prostitutes claimed to have been assaulted, while 68 percent claimed to have been raped. A study out of...

Why You Should Take Boybands Seriously: The Jonas Brothers

Why You Should Take Boybands Seriously: The Jonas Brothers

March 24, 2019

When the Jonas Brothers returned to the music scene on March 1 with the release of their hit single “...

Walmart vs. Their Workers: Why Walmart’s New Company Policy May Put 1000 Physically Disabled Employees Out of Work

Walmart vs. Their Workers: Why Walmart’s New Company Policy May Put 1000 Physically Disabled Employees Out of Work

By Kira Chan, Editor-in-Chief

March 19, 2019

Filed under Commentary

Anyone walking into a Fred Meyer or Walmart has encountered the person standing at the door saying “...

Video Game Back Alley: Oxenfree Throws me for a Loop

Video Game Back Alley: Oxenfree Throws me for a Loop

March 13, 2019

When I booted up Oxenfree for the first time, I had no idea of what to expect. The art style had intri...

Spring Hikes

By Madeline Sweet, Reporter

March 11, 2019

Filed under Commentary, Reviews

Spring is one of my favorite times to take to the trail. The snow starts to melt and rain and sunshine bring promise of new growth. Late April and early May kick off the season of wildflowers across the Pacific Northwest. In the fall issue I mentioned Dog Mountain, which is famous for its blooms. Below are three other trails wi...

Voting At Age 16? Yes Please!

By Rael Wendrow, Reporter

March 10, 2019

Filed under Commentary

Back in 1969, when the idea of lowering the voting age to 16 to allow Oregon’s youth to vote was first introduced, it was met with the response “too young.” Now, 50 years later, on Feb. 18, state senator Shemia Fagan, D-Portland, introduced a bill to amend the Oregon Constitution to lower the voting age in Oregon to 16....

How Jussie Smollett’s Alleged Lies May Harm Future Hate Crime Victims

How Jussie Smollett’s Alleged Lies May Harm Future Hate Crime Victims

March 3, 2019

Singer and actor Jussie Smollett of the hit Fox show “Empire” gained national attention in late Janu...

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