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Don’t Let LeBron Win

Ari Ross, Raider Zone Editor

December 11, 2012

Filed under RAIDERZONE

“I will be taking my talents to South Beach.” These words will live in infamy in Cleveland sports fans’ hearts. On June 8, 2010, LeBron James became one of the most hated sports figures in Cleveland when he left the Cleveland...

Struggling for Answers, Safety and Justice

Alysse Eberhard and Rachel Shaw, Cover Story Editors

April 25, 2012

Filed under INVESTIGATIONS

News of the killing of 17- year-old Trayvon Martin spread across the nation, causing many to call for changes to gun control laws, the arrest of George Zimmerman and, ultimately, “justice for Trayvon.” Zimmerman shot and...

As crowd leaves game, fight erupts in North Gym lot

Shane McKeon and Andrew Murphy, Staff Reporters

December 13, 2011

Filed under CAMPUS & CITY

Shaker Heights police responded to a fight in the North Gym parking lot Dec. 2 after the men’s basketball home opener against Toledo St. John’s. One minor and one adult were arrested. An incident report of the fight obtained...

Post Basketball Game, Fight Spurs Chaotic Scene

Rachel Shaw, Cover Story Editor

December 13, 2011

Filed under INVESTIGATIONS

­­The basketball home opener – a one-point win for Shaker -- culminated in a parking-lot fight and two arrests. To top it off, LeBron James was not in attendance, despite rumors that he would be. Assistant Principal Eric...

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