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Beloved Cleveland graduate Mario Martinez passes away Posted October 1, 2014 2:17 pm by #GwenFrost

I will try my hardest to make this more than news coverage, but 900 words doesn't even come close to doing a semblance of justice for Mario Antonio Martinez Villalta, who died tragically this summer in a drowning in the Willamette River. He sat behind me in algebra when I was a sophomore, and I saw him often outside of school at various gatherings and school events. Mario went to Cleveland four years and graduated honorably with his class in 2014. He was top of his class in weight training and i... Read More

Feeling Good: Breakfasts to keep you full Posted October 3, 2014 2:51 pm by #Cleo  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

Hello again! I hope you all had a fun and relaxing summer! These first few weeks of school have been exciting, but also very tiring; each day I find myself snoozing my alarm five minutes longer. My mo... Read More

National Merit Scholarship Finalists announced Posted October 3, 2014 2:49 pm by #Cleo  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

The National Merit Scholarship Program (NESP) announced the names of the 16,000 semifinalists in the 60th annual competition for a National Merit Scholarship on Sept. 10, 2014. Each of these semifinal... Read More

Social Scene: It\'s time for sweater weather Posted October 3, 2014 2:48 pm by #Margaret_gibson  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

The school year has started and students can kiss summertime goodbye. There go the lazy days, warm nights, and cute outfits of summer. Welcome, cuddle season, pumpkin spice lattes, Halloween, and best... Read More

Warrior Profile: Alyda Carder-Greig is Bolshoi bound Posted October 3, 2014 2:47 pm by #Margaret_gibson  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

Most 14 year olds are worried about starting a new school year, full of new people and a new scary school. Alyda Carder-Greig is no different. But Cleveland High School is not the newest thing she wil... Read More

Six Pack: 50 shades of extortion, leaked nudes, and Obama Posted October 1, 2014 2:25 pm by #GwenFrost  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

By Gwen Frost
Joan Rivers dies- Joan Rivers died on Sept. 4 this year during complications of a routine throat procedure in Yorkville, Manhattan. Nominated for Tonys, Grammys, and Emmys, Joan Rivers ... Read More

Boys soccer struggles with consistency Posted October 1, 2014 2:23 pm by #GwenFrost  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

Despite a 4-0 loss to Oregon Episcopal School in the first game of the year, the boys soccer team is learning how to deal with adversity.

They were tied at halftime at 0-0 when in the second half, ... Read More

Love Column: Summertime Blues Posted October 1, 2014 2:22 pm by #GwenFrost  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

Dear Cleo & Gwen,

I met a girl this summer and we really hit it off. But now that school has started, itís getting hard to make it work because weíre both so busy with classes, sports, and ext... Read More

Beloved Cleveland graduate Mario Martinez passes away Posted October 1, 2014 2:17 pm by #GwenFrost  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

I will try my hardest to make this more than news coverage, but 900 words doesn't even come close to doing a semblance of justice for Mario Antonio Martinez Villalta, who died tragically this summer i... Read More

Football vs. Jefferson: Three and Out Posted September 19, 2014 3:01 pm by #Tucker_Johnson  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

By Conor Bergin

Player to watch: Senior RB Tali Ofa

In their first two games, the Cleveland running attack has not been a factor. No running back has scored a touchdown yet. Look for senior star... Read More

Third quarter rally not enough to save Warriors Posted September 19, 2014 2:16 pm by #Tucker_Johnson  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

By Conor Bergin

Cleveland (0-2) looked sharper than they did on their home opener against Aloha, but failed to mop up all sloppy play Friday night against Century (1-1) at Hillsboro Stadium. Penalt... Read More

Lunch is too short, that is all Posted September 17, 2014 2:59 pm by #Tucker_Johnson  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

Last year, a group of parentís sued Portland Public Schools for failing to meet state-mandated class time requirements. They won, and all PPS high schools have a new bell schedule in order to comply ... Read More

Football: Aloha, sloppy play, shuts down Warriors Posted September 12, 2014 6:32 pm by #Tucker_Johnson  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

By Conor Bergin (Gary Kemp Photo)

The 2014 Cleveland football season, the second in the Wayne Harris era, started Friday with a stumble out of the gate. After offseason predictions by the team of ... Read More

Enforcing the Sexist Standards of Prehistory Posted June 5, 2014 9:27 pm by #GwenFrost  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

I have been repeatedly told by authority figures throughout my schooling that my bare shoulders needed to be covered because it was a distraction to other students. Once it was in sixth grade. Now I d... Read More

A-Choir Finishes Fourth at OSAA State Championships Posted May 29, 2014 6:54 pm by #NoahGerlach  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

On Friday, May 9, the Cleveland High School A Choir competed in the OSAA state championships. The championships were held at George Fox University in Newberg. Though the choir placed fourth and some ... Read More

Tastebuds: Atlas Pizza serves up good, basic pizza Posted May 29, 2014 6:52 pm by #NoahGerlach  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

Portland has no shortage of good pizzerias-Apizza Scholls, Kenís Artisan Pizza, Hot Lips, you get the idea. Now, there is a new pizza place in town. Atlas Pizza is located at 3570 SE Division St., in ... Read More

The American Dream Lives, for Seniors and or Everybody Else Posted May 29, 2014 6:51 pm by #NoahGerlach  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

Once upon a time, there was a thing called the American Dream. It was the promise that anyone who came to our country could lead a comfortable life, and maybe even make it big. For many immigrants and... Read More

Feeling Good Posted May 29, 2014 6:49 pm by #Cleo  (www.clevelandclarion.com)


San Diego Ablaze

Wildfires have been raging all over San Diego County and has forced evacuations and closures at military facilities. More than 380 military and civilian firefighters... Read More

Tucker Johnson, Quinn Gonzales Win Site Council Elections Posted May 29, 2014 6:48 pm by #Cleo  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

Every year, Cleveland freshmen, sophomores, and juniors are invited to apply and campaign to be a Site Council Student Representative. If elected, they have the opportunity to be a voice for their Cl... Read More

United States Sanctions on Russia, Mt. Tabor Reservoir Fiasco Posted May 29, 2014 2:33 pm by #Nick_Scrivens  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

US sanctions cause further tension in Crimea, Russia

Following the Russian annexation of Crimea on March 18, the conflict in Ukraine continues to escalate. The United States and European Union rema... Read More

Tennis: Boys, Girls, Disappointed with State and District Tournaments Posted May 27, 2014 3:07 pm by #Tucker_Johnson  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

After high hopes to start the season, both of Clevelandís tennis teams had lackluster district meets. Cleveland qualified two players, Junior Sebastian Dibblee and Senior Nina Brim, both singles play... Read More

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