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Urban Indian: Tommy Orange’s Book Affirms Urban Indian Identity

December 12, 2019

Hawe, my name is Lena Tinker. I am a member of the Eagle Clan in the Osage Nation. My grandfather is...

Urban Indian

Urban Indian: A Reflection on Thanksgiving

December 12, 2019

Thanksgiving is known for its traditions of turkey, mashed potatoes, and arguments with relatives. T...

Police in Schools Do Not Make Them Safer

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By Mirabella Miller, Editor in Chief

January 15, 2019

On Dec. 11, the Portland Public Schools Board agreed to pay over $1.2 million a year for nine full-ti...

Clarion Over-Under: Winter Issue

By Mirabella Miller, Editor in Chief

January 15, 2019

Hello Cleveland Clarion readers, As Commentary Editor-in-Chief, I regard it as my utmost responsibility to bring stimulating discourse to the public. A good commentary is thorough, with a multitude of supporting evidence that strengthens the author’s argument. But sometimes, the most polarizing and influential opinion p...

Voter Suppression in 2018 Midterm Elections

By Mia Johnson, Reporter

January 14, 2019

Looking back on the 2018 midterm elections, voter suppression has again become a commonly discussed and relevant issue. Although the democrats have much to celebrate in the House of Representatives, it is important to emphasize that we are not past discrimination and suppression. Stacey Abrams, Democratic candidate for govern...

Fair Game or Foul Play?

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By Sophie Weir, Editor-In-Chief

November 13, 2018

Here in America, we love to talk about how our country is the best of the best. We’re the home of t...

Net Neutrality: The Future was Yesterday

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By Colin Stevens, Grover's Corner Editor

February 27, 2018

Recently, The Federal Communications Commission, or FCC for short, voted 3-2 to turn the internet into a...

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The Perils of the Model Minority Myth

February 27, 2018

Bill O’Reilly, a political commentator and news anchor for Fox News, challenged the idea of white pr...

The Current Conversation on Sexual Assault

By Mirabella Miller, Reporter

February 27, 2018

On Jan. 13, Babe Magazine published an article in which a woman, whose name had been changed to Grace to protect her privacy, detailed being sexually assaulted by actor and comedian Aziz Ansari. In the days and weeks that followed, a number of media outlets were quick to denounce her experience as “a bad date” or an “unc...

No, You Can’t Separate the Art from the Artist

No, You Can’t Separate the Art from the Artist

By Mirabella Miller, Reporter

November 30, 2017

Over the summer when I was in Michigan visiting family, I had a conversation with my cousin who works in the...

The Problem With Promposals

By Lainie Pennington, Copy Editor

May 15, 2017

You’re an average teenage student, most likely in your junior or senior year of high school. You’re sitting in your eight period math class, daydreaming about prom—which is just around the corner—instead of focusing on your calculus problem. Just then, the loud roar of an engine comes from outside. Rose petals begin rai...

Reflecting on the Women’s March

By Eva Bryner, Arts Editor

February 17, 2017

On Jan. 21, an estimated five million people worldwide marched in support of women's rights and in protest of the election and inauguration of Donald J. Trump. This march showed solidarity around the world, and was an extremely powerful event. However, like any movement, it has its good and bad aspects. Before I begin this c...

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