Cleveland Journal

Compromise needed for gun reform

Andrew Hong, Guest Columist

December 7, 2018

Gun violence is distinctly American; no other fully developed nation has more mass shootings than the United States. According to Gun Violence Archive, there have been 323 mass shootings this year. Thirty-six of these shootings hap...

Seniors sound off

June 12, 2018

BEHIND THE TIMES The Seattle Public Schools district rules can catch these hands. Throughout my four years at Cleveland, I have always had to deal with the district when fundraising, and if there’s one thing you n...

Revolutions don’t start by being obedient

Brandon Teeny, Staff Reporter

May 9, 2018

Ever since the shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School on Valentine’s Day that killed 17 students and staff members, many adults have tried to shut down the voices in response to the shooting, which are primarily held by a...

Why are you so sad?

From Staff Reports

December 8, 2017

With the announcement of the Grammy nominations, I was extremely disappointing by some of the nominations in the hip-hop category. In the Best Rap Album category, it was revealed that A Tribe Called Quest was not nominated. Subpar...

Letting my spirit  fly free

Letting my spirit fly free

November 15, 2017

Cleveland football players take a knee during the National Anthem before the start of the Homecoming game against Chief Sealth on Oct. 14, 2016.

Kneeling to take a stand

November 3, 2016

Transgender students deserve to feel safe, heard

Ronnie Estoque, Staff reporter

April 2, 2016

Graduation is the long-awaited prize for four years of hard work and effort. This year, the controversy behind this prestigious rite of passage at Cleveland is how boys and girls are divided accordingly by cap and gown colors d...

Group work doesn’t add up in math classes

Ian Blackburn, Staff reporter

February 15, 2016

Over the past few years, evidence has shown that the average student’s proficiency in math has increased. Just four years ago, Cleveland had to offer eight Algebra I classes because most students failed the class as freshmen. ...

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