A New Twist on Mario Party

A New Twist on Mario Party

November 14, 2018

A new Mario Party, upcoming, and the news.

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...

Hall Decorations

By Elizabeth Long, Reporter

October 26, 2018

Filed under Entertainment, News, uncategorized

This year’s hall decoration competition had a whimsical theme: game night. Planning was key, with some class cabinets getting started during summer break. A change this year was the addition of an eco-friendly focus to the judging criteria, in which points were awarded based on usage of recycled material.  This led to...

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...

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.

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...

Stepping Back into Regular Dances

Stepping Back into Regular Dances

March 19, 2018

Exciting music blared as students flocked to the gym. Tissue paper flower decorations evoked images of sp...

Winter Music Assembly 2017

By Mia Johnson, Reporter

January 11, 2018

Filed under Arts, Entertainment, News, Performing Arts

  The 2017 Winter Assembly was short and sweet. Held on Dec. 8, the band and choir performed in the auditorium for the annual event while students and staff gathered to watch. Jan Watt, special projects coordinator, announced the performers as usual, starting off with two festive songs by the band, “Festive Ens...

Students Join Oregon Ballet Theater’s Professional Nutcracker Production

Students Join Oregon Ballet Theater’s Professional Nutcracker Production

December 12, 2017

Junior Lainie Pennington and senior Karenna Hall are taking on company roles in Oregon Ballet Theatre...

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,...

The Fall Kickoff

The Fall Kickoff

September 28, 2017

Students had the first opportunity of the 2017 school year to experience all that Cleveland has to offe...

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