Cleveland Journal

Cracking the code to get more women in STEM

Anna Ni, Staff reporter
January 10, 2020

New clubs offer students a place to debate, unwind

By Nia Jones, Teresa Lee and Katrina Nguyen
December 3, 2019

Ordering Uber Eats for lunch? Not so fast

By Taylor Moe, Staff reporter
December 3, 2019

Don’t let the SAT define you

Andrew Hong, Guest Columnist
October 10, 2019
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

Molly House, staff reporter
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

Taylor Moe and Ellie Works
October 9, 2019
Bus 403 waits for students on 15th Avenue South on Dec. 4. Several bus routes have been running late every morning, making bus riders late for class several days a week.

Shortage of bus drivers makes getting to school on time a bumpy ride

Brooklyn Jimeno, Staff Reporter
December 7, 2018

Everyone has a story; I want to hear it

Molly House, Journal Content Manager
December 7, 2018
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