Cleveland Journal

Freshman Anthony Ginsberg, center, works on a PowerPoint presentation in David Roark’s Physical Science class on Oct. 27. Ginsberg is one of 60 white students out of the 860 enrolled at Cleveland. White students make up less that 7 percent of the school’s population.

From majority to minority

November 3, 2016

Senior Phong Ton was paralyzed in a car accident last year.

Instant replay

June 7, 2016

Police get a break in Robinson murder case

Ronnie Estoque, Staff reporter

June 7, 2016

There has been a break in the unsolved drive by shooting death of 17-year-old Robert Robinson, Jr. On March 15, 2015, the Cleveland community was shocked by Robinson’s murder on Beacon Hill. He was shot once in the chest as...

Students’ lack of ‘netiquette’ rumples teachers

Lucas Rumpeltes, Staff reporter

February 15, 2016

High school students aren’t the most polite members of society. This isn’t due to a desire to be rude; rather, it’s a lack of knowledge on etiquette. While this seems relatively unimportant in the grand scheme of things, ...

What’s on the lunch menu? Detention

Hewan Mengistu, Staff reporter

February 15, 2016

You’ve seen it time and time again on the movie screen. Your favorite character gets yelled at for texting, skipping class or back-talking a teacher then winds up serving detention. The show usually ends with the student l...

Worn out after undergoing another medical procedure, Jade Bowen returns to her hospital room. Bowen was diagnosed with leukemia last June and received a stem cell transplant in November. She is now cancer free, but the preparation for the transplant left her with acute kidney failure.

Life goes on

February 15, 2016

Seniors Phong Ton, left, and Sang Tran have developed a tight bond since Ton was left paralyzed in May.

Life support

February 15, 2016

Senior Jade Bowen sits in her hospital bed at Seattle Children’s Hospital on Nov. 9. Bowen was diagnosed with leukemia in June and received a stem cell transplant on Nov. 12. Her skin has many burn marks from the radiation treatments. “It’s a living hell,” she said.

Life Interrupted

February 15, 2016

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