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The Clarion was originally founded in 1948 as the the Tomahawk, and received its new name when Cleveland changed mascots in 1988.  The Clarion publishes four issues a year as the public forum for Cleveland High School in Southeast Portland.  The staff is eternally grateful for the expert guidance of our adviser Andrew Sorensen.

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