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Ensuring Graduation For All Students

By Sylvia Strupp, Reporter

March 13, 2020

When it comes to a high school’s public image, graduation rates are seen as one of the clearest indicators of success. A school with high grad rates has gotten its students engaged with the curriculum and ready for college. There have been multiple initiatives to get graduation rates rising in Oregon, which has had so...

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February 19, 2020

Biology 2019

October 2, 2019

Hell in the East Wing

Photo credit to Leading with Trust

By James Roach, Reporter

September 16, 2019

If you’re a student or staff of Cleveland High School you’ve experienced the scorching hots and freezing...

Crossword Answer Key

By Elizabeth Long, Reporter

May 31, 2019

Here are the answers to the Summer Issue crossword. Apologies for the rough format.  

Freshmen activists Charlie Abrams and Jeremy Clark pose for a picture.

Cleveland Students Take Action Against Climate Change

May 24, 2019

Thousands of kids packed in and around City Hall March 15, standing on the railings, sitting on ...

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...

Modern Feminism- Sex Worker’s Rights

By Shelton Bowman, Copy Editor

March 25, 2019

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...

Month in Music: Winter Issue

By Mirabella Miller, Editor in Chief

January 15, 2019

NOT ALL HEROES WEAR CAPES - Metro Boomin   After a brief break from the spotlight, St. Louis-born and Atlanta-based rap producer Metro Boomin returns with an album that builds on his established portfolio of dark and ominous beats. “Not All Heroes Wear Capes” features a multitude of guest appearances from artists that...

One Act(s) and Three Successes

By Madeline Sweet, Reporter

November 30, 2018

Cleveland’s drama students successfully put on the One Acts Nov. 9-11 despite the challenges the participants faced. The first One Act of the night was “Twitch,” written by Stephen Gregg and directed by seniors Anaïs Lowe and Natalie Alper. Next was “The Tales of Professor Jonathan P. Ducksworth,” co-written an...

Horoscope: Fall Issue 2018

By Mirabella Miller, Editor-in-Chief

October 31, 2018

ARIES (March 21-April 19):  The sun moves into your organized sixth house on Sept. 22., meaning that fall is the time for you to harness your motivation and apply it toward an agenda, Aries. You have such a strong and intense drive that there’s no telling what you can accomplish! TAURUS (April 20-May 20):  The new moon in Virgo on Sept. 9 ...

CHS Mock Trial Team Competes in Mini Mock

By Camilia Saulino, Reporter

June 8, 2018

After all of their hard work, Cleveland’s Constitution Team is thrilled about making it to state for the second consecutive year, after getting third in regionals on Wednesday, Jan. 3. Started by social studies teacher Sadie Adams in 2015, the team must demonstrate knowledge of the Constitution in competitions. This is the...

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