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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.

CHS Student Headed to World Roller Skate Championship

CHS Student Headed to World Roller Skate Championship

September 24, 2018

After 14 years of competitive roller skating, sophomore Annie MacKay qualified to compete in the Wor...

Cleveland Short on IT Support

Cleveland Short on IT Support

September 20, 2018

This summer, Cleveland administration was faced with the difficult task of cutting six and a half posit...

Nick Paesler Becomes First Student Representative from Cleveland on PPS Board

Nick Paesler Becomes First Student Representative from Cleveland on PPS Board

June 8, 2018

Filed under Education, News, Politics, Profiles

Cleveland’s own Nick Paesler was selected by the district student council to succeed Benson student Moses...

Cleveland Dance Team Officially Changes Name

Cleveland Dance Team Officially Changes Name

June 8, 2018

Exactly one year ago, the Clarion reported that two Native American students brought some concerns about the name of the Cl...

To Assemble or Not to Assemble

By Camilia Saulino, Reporter

June 8, 2018

Filed under Education, News

The bell rings and students flood into the halls and out the doors. Most of them are headed to the assembly, but a few try to escape, hoping no one will notice, only to be escorted back into the crowd by administration waiting on the sidewalk. For a long time, assemblies have been a major part of Cleveland, but, of course, ...

Equity Warriors

Equity Warriors

June 8, 2018

The responsibility for the disparities among our young people rests with adults, not the children.  ...

AVID: Successes in Our School

By Mia Johnson, Reporter

June 8, 2018

Filed under Education, News

    The AVID program celebrated 11 graduating seniors May 15 at a ceremony to honor them for their successes at Cleveland and future plans. Of the 11 students, 10 are going to a four year university and one is taking a gap year. In addition, eight of the students attending college received some sort of scholars...

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...

Malcolm Asher: Embodying the (Prudential) Spirit of Community

By Mia Johnson, Reporter

June 8, 2018

Filed under News, Profiles

    Malcolm Asher has done it again. Around Cleveland, Asher is well known for his aspirations and commitment to service, and on April 28 he will be recognized on a national level for his achievements in Washington DC. In March, the junior learned that he had received a national award and scholarship he appli...

CARE is Not Slowing Down: Plans for Next Year

By Lainie Pennington, Copy Editor

June 1, 2018

Filed under News, uncategorized

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...

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