Student Complaint Prompts School Review of Sundancer Name

By Ashley Lytle, Editor-in-Chief

May 30, 2017

The name of the Cleveland dance team--the Sundancers--is in review after a Native American student has stepped forward and asked for it to be changed, calling it appropriation of Native American culture. When sophomore Nia Williamson attended the homecoming assembly this year she was excited, that is until “they announced, ...

January Faces on the Field

January Faces on the Field

February 7, 2017

Elena Matt After finishing below .500 last season, Cleveland girls basketball has gotten off to an exciting 6-3 start and is on a six-game winning streak. “...

Cleveland students go back to the basics sporting the classic green and yellow football stripes rather than double stripes or dots.

Sundancers, Face Paint, and Traditions: Cultural Appropriation at Cleveland

December 5, 2016

In 1988, Cleveland changed its mascot from the Indians to the Warriors, and the school newspaper went f...

Cleveland Sundancers Qualify for Category Championships

By Carlin MacMillan, Reporter

December 1, 2015

The Sundancers are off to a great start to their season, with three great competitions under their belt, they are ready for more. At each of their competitions so far this year, they have placed in the top 50 percent in the state. Junior Sundancer Anna Litchman explained how proud she is of the team this year. “It’s...

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