Cleveland Journal

Cracking the code to get more women in STEM

Anna Ni, Staff reporter

January 10, 2020

Over the last decade, the jobs in the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields have become some of the most sought after in the world and continue to increase. But the STEM field is still lacking diversity among race and gender. According to t...

New clubs offer students a place to debate, unwind

By Nia Jones, Teresa Lee and Katrina Nguyen

December 3, 2019

As Cleveland tries to diversify its academic offerings, the school is also creating new avenues for student expression through extracurricular activities. From a debate club to a place to play video games, Cleveland’s clubs have so...

Ordering Uber Eats for lunch? Not so fast

By Taylor Moe, Staff reporter

December 3, 2019

Students who rely on food delivery sources to get their lunch are in for rude awakening. The principal is enforcing a policy that will restrict food deliveries to the grade-level lunch times. The deliveries were having a nega...

Don’t let the SAT define you

Andrew Hong, Guest Columnist

October 10, 2019

Juniors are about to embark on their SAT, a test that has been a large part of a teenager’s high school life for nearly a century. The SAT is an important test; it determines your future, gets you into college, and measures...

Whether they want to admit it or not, white people have a fascination with black hair. From appropriating traditionally black hairstyles to the never-a-good-idea attempts to
reach out and touch it, the mystic is one that black women and men have had to shoulder for years. Now, with more and more black women embracing their natural hair texture, the interest in hair has
reached a critical point. The Journal is aiming to dispel some of the myths around black hair and educate non-black people about black hair history. Read part one on Page 4. ILLUSTRATION BY ELLIE WORKS

Working out the kinks

October 10, 2019

Clockwise from top right, Calvin Law Jr., King Nisby, Isaiah Banks, Avery Brown, Sincere Harris and Jordan Cannon are caught off guard during their photo shoot on May 9. The boys have all spent years combatting stereotypes surrounding their hair.

In the cut

October 9, 2019

Everyone has a story; I want to hear it

Molly House, Journal Content Manager

December 7, 2018

Wide-eyed and full of coffee, I was rapt with attention. I was at the National High School Journalism Convention in San Francisco, taking an advanced storytelling class. Legal pad and pen in hand, I was ready to learn. The teac...

ASB leaders redeem themselves after initial low rating

June 12, 2018

In the November issue, The Journal gave a review of Cleveland’s Associated Student Body (ASB), giving the school’s leadership team a C+ due to poor ad- vertising, lack of accountability, and a poorly executed home...

Ground-breaking for new field set to begin in July

Molly House, Staff reporter

June 12, 2018

Weed-strewn and pocked with holes, the Cleveland field is finally getting a makeover. Groundbreaking for a new field is set to begin in mid-July with a completion deadline of late September. The new field will feature a turf practice...

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