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Revoking Dreams

By Lily Tewfik and Camilia Saulino

December 5, 2017

Filed under News

In September, President Donald Trump chose to end Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), a program put into place by the Obama Administration. This program allowed around 800,000 undocumented child immigrants (called Dreamers) to live in the United States, receive public education, and obtain work permits, given they...

World Champion Kung Fu Master Shows Cleveland What He’s Made of

World Champion Kung Fu Master Shows Cleveland What He’s Made of

December 5, 2017

November 29th and 30th, Martial Arts Champion, Wu Xiao Long came to Cleveland to share the experience of Mart...

Veterans of Cleveland

Veterans of Cleveland

December 5, 2017

Veteran’s Day is a time to celebrate and honor those who have served for their country, and to think...

All Girls CrossFit Class Proposed

All Girls CrossFit Class Proposed

December 5, 2017

One of today’s most popular workout trends, CrossFit, has become a staple at Cleveland, and with s...

Sister Power: The Swinth Sisters, Emily and Kira, enjoy their leadership roles for their respective classes

Sister Power: The Swinth Sisters, Emily and Kira, enjoy their leadership roles for their respective classes

December 5, 2017

As co-presidents of their respective classes, the Swinth sisters are truly a powerful pair. Senior E...

The Quest for Better Technology

The Quest for Better Technology

December 5, 2017

  Currently, six Chromebook carts circulate Cleveland for in-class use, but Principal Ayesha Freem...

Catalonia’s Push for Independence

Catalonia’s Push for Independence

By Jennifer Singh, Reporter

November 29, 2017

Filed under Politics

Catalonia, one of Spain’s most economically successful regions, has been pushing for independence, ...

The Environmental Impact Caused by the Eagle Creek Fire

By Kira Chan, Copy Editor

November 23, 2017

Filed under News, Spotlight

The Eagle Creek Fire continues to burn intensely in the Columbia River Gorge; while luckily no human lives were lost, the event took an immense toll on the environment, and the future of the Gorge is still uncertain. As of Sept. 22, the fire burned 48,600 acres and was 46 percent contained. The fire began on Sept. 2 when fireworks wer...

Gordon Honored as State Biology Teacher of the Year

Gordon Honored as State Biology Teacher of the Year

November 16, 2017

Brenda Gordon was overjoyed when she received the phone call. “I believe my exact words when Dr. Katy Wa...

Cleveland Homecoming: Pretty In Pink

By Allie Montgomery, Sports Editor

November 7, 2017

Filed under Entertainment, News

Someone put Baby in the corner because dirty dancing is no longer a social norm at Cleveland dances. After making international news two years ago for a raunchy homecoming consisting of grinding, both consented and non consented, and sexual assault, that resulted in the cancellation of Winter Formal, Leadership decided it w...

Homecoming Week 2017

Homecoming Week 2017

November 2, 2017

Serving as one of Cleveland’s first school-wide events for the year, and a classic school spirit builder,...

Key Club Reaches Further

By Jennifer Singh, Reporter

October 31, 2017

Filed under Clubs

Key Club students are known for their volunteering efforts throughout the Portland community. However, this time the organization got the entire school involved with a project that is giving hope to those who need it most. On Wednesday Oct. 4, every third period Cleveland classroom competed to raise money for KCCP, the Kiwan...

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