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The 92nd Academy Awards

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...

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...

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...

Cleveland’s Annual Harvest Festival: A Colorful Celebration of Music

Cleveland’s Annual Harvest Festival: A Colorful Celebration of Music

October 23, 2019

A warm, orange glow lit up the stage at Cleveland’s annual Harvest Festival Oct. 17 as rain poured...

PPS Film Festival:  Young Filmmakers Hit the Big Screen

PPS Film Festival: Young Filmmakers Hit the Big Screen

October 18, 2019

The Hollywood theater exhibited the hard work of Portland Public Schools’ students with a film festival i...

Video Game Back Alley: Not Many Layers to “Layers of Fear”

Video Game Back Alley: Not Many Layers to “Layers of Fear”

September 30, 2019

This summer, I participated in an event that can only be defined as “Boys Night.” Three friends (Calvin...

IT Chapter 2 Barely Floats

IT Chapter 2 Barely Floats

By Graham Jones, Reporter

September 20, 2019

Horror writer Stephen King has never had a perfect record with his book-to-movie adaptations. Other than the occ...

Addressing Hate Speech

Addressing Hate Speech

May 24, 2019

In late April, a cake decorated by three students in a Cleveland culinary class made headlines locally an...

New Teachers Reflect on Their First Year at Cleveland

By Graham Jones

May 23, 2019

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...

Cleveland’s First Black History Month Assembly

By Madeline Sweet, Reporter

May 16, 2019

Cleveland had its first Black History Month assembly on Feb. 14, and thanks to the efforts of the Black Student Union (BSU), it was a great success. “I think the assembly went really good. I think that there was a lot of pressure for it to be good because it is Cleveland’s first Black History Month assembly, and so it was ...

Forging a Future

By James Dryden, Reporter

May 10, 2019

  Cleveland junior Stephen Rautio is using his unique talents to make some incredible weapons. There are certainly some wild professions out there, but one that has almost completely faded out of style is that of the blacksmith. You think of a blacksmith and you see a medieval castle, a person hammering in a forge i...

Studio One Theaters: Boujee, Bold, and Better

Studio One Theaters: Boujee, Bold, and Better

April 10, 2019

A keen eye will probably have noticed a new movie theater sitting in the plaza across from the Safewa...

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