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Asian Student Union hosts national break dancing competition Posted April 7, 2014 2:18 pm by #AndySorensen

Clarion reporter Gibson Reedy was on scene April 4 in the Cleveland gym as the Asian Student Union hosted a break dancing competition. Check out all the moves in his report by clicking on the YouTube link. Students Eric Nguyen and Nghia Ho coordinated the event. Image through Google.... Read More

Men\'s Lacrosse Loses Heartbreaker to Grant HS Posted April 9, 2014 12:14 pm by #alexsparks  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

The Warriors Lacrosse team suffered a tough defeat to the Grant Generals on opening day on Tuesday when they lost 8-7. The Generals scored the final goal with less than one second left in the game, ta... Read More

Laughing Planet: The High Price of Eating Right Posted April 9, 2014 12:14 pm by #Fiona  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

You can be healthy—but it’ll cost you. There are many restaurants around town that offer healthy meals with such much-mocked ingredients as kale, quinoa and tempeh but these high-health items come at ... Read More

Portland\'s West End: The New York Times Creates a Neighborhood Posted April 9, 2014 12:13 pm by #Fiona  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

Recently, The New York Times figured Portland’s West End in their travel section as the latest hip spot in town. Like many others, I had no idea that Portland had an area called the West End. Turns ou... Read More

Pep Assemblies: Where\'s the Spirit? Posted April 9, 2014 12:11 pm by #NoahGerlach  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

To whom it may concern,

School spirit is important. Some of you guys who are reading this will already be laughing at me, but I’m serious. To be honest with you, I struggle with showing spirit too... Read More

Tastebuds: Bollywood Theater Posted April 9, 2014 12:08 pm by #NoahGerlach  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

I occasionally read the restaurant reviews in the Oregonian. Sometime last year, I found myself reading the review of Bollywood Theater, which won the Oregonian’s Diner Rising Star Award for 2013. Bei... Read More

College Board Changes SAT Format Posted April 9, 2014 12:06 pm by #NoahGerlach  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

For the first time since 2005, the fearsome Scholastic Aptitude Test (a.k.a “The SAT”) will undergo major changes. While these changes won’t take effect until the spring of 2016, they are worth mentio... Read More

Asian Student Union hosts national break dancing competition Posted April 7, 2014 2:18 pm by #AndySorensen  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

Clarion reporter Gibson Reedy was on scene April 4 in the Cleveland gym as the Asian Student Union hosted a break dancing competition. Check out all the moves in his report by clicking on the YouTube ... Read More

Golf Confident as Season Starts Posted April 7, 2014 1:49 pm by #Emma_Jones  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

The spring sports season is kicking off, and among the many sports that embrace the nice weather of spring is golf. This year the boys golf team has undergone some serious changes. There is a new head... Read More

Spring Choir Concert Thrills Posted April 7, 2014 1:47 pm by #Cleo  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

This year’s spring choir concert, Spring Sing was a great way to kick off the new season. There were many aspects that made it so successful.

The evening began with the ever-popular all-men choir, ... Read More

Feeling Good Posted April 7, 2014 1:46 pm by #Cleo  (www.clevelandclarion.com)



A 4.4 magnitude earthquake hit southern California on March 17. Experts predicted that it could be a foreshock to more earthquakes to come. Their predictio... Read More

David\'s Motivational Mixtape Posted April 7, 2014 1:45 pm by #DavidM  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

“Eye of the Tiger”-Survivor
This is the quintessential motivational song. Survivor has been an off and on band since they started in the late ‘70s. They have never had a constant lineup or great d... Read More

Softball Finishes Non-League Play Posted April 7, 2014 1:44 pm by #DavidM  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

It is officially spring time. The birds are flying back from the south, the flowers are blooming again, the 60 day rule has been put in place and the balls are flying across the diamond for the Warrio... Read More

Girls Lacrosse Drops First Two Games Posted April 7, 2014 1:41 pm by #DavidM  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

Spring is upon us, which means a new season of girls lacrosse is well under way for the Cleveland Warriors. This year’s captains are seniors Claire Miller, Antonia Washington, and Cali Hodge. I asked ... Read More

Rose Festival Princess: Callie Krevanko Posted March 16, 2014 7:22 pm by #AndySorensen  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

Senior Callie Krevanko, a co-editor-in-chief of the Clarion, wins the title of Cleveland's Rose Festival Princess. Gibson Reedy covers the announcement, held Friday, March 14 in the auditorium. To vie... Read More

Cute Cannibal Couple Compete Together Posted March 14, 2014 7:00 pm by #Kendall  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

I'm sure there's a time in a speech and debate kid’s life when they wish to bring a girl to a tournament. The idea of laughing and poking fun with her for eight hours at a tournament seems like too mu... Read More

Good, Bad & Ugly, Issue 7 Posted March 11, 2014 1:38 pm by #GwenFrost  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

This week, a federal judge in Indianapolis made the ruling in a landmark civil rights case. Many were astonished that the morals of the case had even been up for question. Willie King, the pla... Read More

Feminism Has A New Mask Posted March 11, 2014 1:38 pm by #GwenFrost  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

Many history classes at Cleveland are just now finishing up the feminism segment of the syllabus. This part raises a lot of questions among students about if gender oppression is still a relevant prob... Read More

Music Review: Beyonce\'s Surprise Album Posted March 11, 2014 1:36 pm by #GwenFrost  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

Imagine Beyonce, one of the world’s biggest super stars, living her daily life. Papparazzi and photographers follow her on her way to Starbucks. On her way to a movie. Beyonce can’t sneeze without it ... Read More

Legalization: The Economic Benefits Posted March 11, 2014 1:34 pm by #GwenFrost  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

Currently, 13 states have pending legislation to legalize marijuana. Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Utah, West Virginia, and Wiscon... Read More

Tastebuds: Savoy Tavern Posted March 11, 2014 1:31 pm by #GwenFrost  (www.clevelandclarion.com)

Never once have my taste buds danced with such jubilance. If you haven't ventured down to the Savoy Tavern on 25th and Clinton, then clear your calendar and find a day, because my experience dining at... Read More

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