MSAN’s Soul Food Dinner

MSAN’s Soul Food Dinner

Timea Hoston, Journalist

March 29, 2018

In id-February, MSAN (Minority Student Achievement Network) had a soul food and games event that took place in the school cafeteria. Mr. Williams, the MSAN students from the high school and middle school, and the teachers put together this event to celebrate Black History Month. They also hoped to build...

February Basketball Recap

Kayla Harvey, Journalist

March 1, 2018

  As regular season basketball comes to an end, there is so much to look back on and be proud of. For both Men’s and Women’s basketball, it was a dominant and successful season… so let’s take a look back and highlight our most memorable days. Men’s Basketball On Jan. 30...

The Origin of Black History Month

The Origin of Black History Month

Dasia Love, Journalist

March 1, 2018

Black History Month is an annual celebration for the achievements in our black history. Black History Month began 1915, a half a century after the thirteenth amendment abolished slavery in the United States. Carter G. Woodson and minister Jesse E. Mooreland founded the association for the Study of Ne...

Big Fun Closes

Big Fun Closes

Matthew Cox, Journalist

March 1, 2018

One of Coventry’s biggest stores is closing for good. Big Fun, a toy and game collector's dream, is closing down. Coventry will seem so much emptier without Big Fun around. Big Fun has been open for 27 years and has one more location in Columbus. A couple years ago, the location on the West sid...

Former Heights Students Play in the Super Bowl

Former Heights Students Play in the Super Bowl

Lyanette Jobson, Journalist

March 1, 2018

Fox 8 News recently published an interview with family and friends about former Cleveland Heights High alumni, Jason Kelce. Before his big win in the Superbowl for the Philadelphia Eagles, his close friends and family sat down with Fox news to talk about the upcoming game. Jackson Henninge, Kyle Matt...

President’s Day: An Origin Story

President’s Day: An Origin Story

Kimberly Fisher, Co-editor

March 1, 2018

Mr. Bifulco, the AP U.S. History teacher, and Mr. Richard Wiggins, the AP U.S. Government teacher, both thought that Presidents’ Day started during the Cold War to instill patriotism in American lives. That it was a day to create “contrast” between America and Russia, as Mr. Wiggins put it. Senior J...

Teen Library Council Bake Sale: A Huge Success

Teen Library Council Bake Sale: A Huge Success

Kimberly Fisher, Co-editor

March 1, 2018

The Teen Library Council needed help and the public responded! The Teen Library Council, TLC, held a bake sale on Sunday, Jan. 28, to raise money for Puerto Rico. The teens wanted to help hurricane victims get their lives back from the rubble of their homes. This idea had been kicked around since th...

Swim Sectionals

Abra Lisowski, Co-editor

March 1, 2018

On Saturday, Feb. 10, the Cleveland Heights swim team attended the sectionals meet at SPIRE Institute swimming pool in Geneva, Ohio. Sectionals is the last swim meet of the season, and performance at the meet determines which swimmers advance to districts. Heights swam very well this season, wit...

Celebrating Black History Month

Celebrating Black History Month

Kayla Harvey, Journalist

March 1, 2018

It is safe to say that the Cleveland-Heights University Heights school district has done an excellent job educating students on Black History and uplifting the idea of Black culture, beauty, and excellence in a fun and exciting way. Heights High Heights High MSAN club took a trip to Shaker The...

Heights Superintendent Gives State of the Schools Address

Heights Superintendent Gives State of the Schools Address

Kimberly Fisher, Co-editor

March 1, 2018

The future is approaching at an incredible rate. Technology is advancing rapidly, as well as the healthcare field and many other fields, making education invaluable to society. A good education will equip younger generations for the jobs society needs filled. In an effort to express her own plans for th...

Democracy Day

Democracy Day

Abra Lisowski, Co-editor

January 31, 2018

On Thursday, Jan. 25, City Hall hosted its fifth annual Democracy Day public hearing. During this event, members of the community came out to show support for various causes, and speak on issues they felt were prevalent in the community. Many different issues were brought up at this event, including the...

Human Trafficking Awareness

Human Trafficking Awareness

Kayla Harvey, Journalist

January 31, 2018

Did you know that there are about 20 million human trafficking victims globally? Did you know that Ohio reported over 200 of these cases, to make one of the highest tallies in the nation? You probably didn’t, and most people aren’t aware of human trafficking today and what it consists of. January is Human...

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