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How Comfortable is Too Comfortable?

Anabel McGuan, Staff Reporter

January 22, 2014

Filed under SPOTLIGHT

Yes, these are my pajamas. So what? A look into any classroom during semester exams indicates that many students seem to adopt this “Who cares?” attitude toward their appearance during finals. “We are sitting in the same...

IB TOK and APUSH Teachers Set to Change

John Vodrey, Campus and City Editor

July 24, 2013

Filed under CAMPUS & CITY

International Baccalaureate Coordinator Tim Mitchell will not teach Theory of Knowledge for juniors entering the IB Diploma Programme during the upcoming school year. Instead, he will teach two Advanced Placement U.S. History...

Students Express Opinions on Achievement Gap

David Shakno, Liz Jacob, Ari Ross, Multimedia Editor, Web Editor in Chief, Raiderzone Editor

May 7, 2013

Filed under ACHIEVEMENT, AUDIO, FEATURED MULTIMEDIA, SPOTLIGHT

The Shakerite spoke with several students on their opinions of the achievement gap. We've compiled answers from seniors Ale Bliss, Jack Nemeth and Faride Bustamante as well as SGORR advisor Halle Bauer below: Question: Do you b...

GSA and SGORR Come Together to Combat Homophobia in Shaker

Erica Seman, Spotlight Editor

April 25, 2012

Filed under SPOTLIGHT

ith the addition of more students committed to diversity, the Day of Silence is growing louder. While Shaker’s Gay Straight Alliance has provided support for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community since 1998, the...

Student Mayors Meet to Consider Solutions for School

Allie Harris, Campus and City Editor

February 27, 2012

Filed under CAMPUS & CITY

About 100 students came together at Meetings of the Mayors Nov. 28 and Feb. 6. The meetings were designed by faculty to organize a group of students who are active in the school want to help Shaker. Students were invited based...

After Visits, SGORR Members Cannot Eat in Restaurants

Allie Harris, Campus and City Editor

December 13, 2011

Filed under CAMPUS & CITY

The 250 students in Student Group on Race Relations are now prohibited from going out to lunch after they visit fourth-and sixth-grade classes. According to SGORR Coordinator Halle Bauer, the existing policy is now being enforced...

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