The Shakerite

A TBH image depicts the application operating system, in which students anonymously decide on complementary superlatives for their friends.

To Be Honest, Shaker

Mae Nagusky, Campus and City Editor
October 10, 2017
The logo created by Shaker for the come-home homecoming event.

Making Homecoming About Coming Home

Emilie Evans, Opinion Editor
September 12, 2017
Chips and salsa at the recently opened Barrio on Fairmount in Cleveland heights

Barrio: A Delicious Addition to the Cleveland Food Scene

Izzy Markey, Senior Reporter
May 19, 2017
A still from a PSA released by Sandy Hook Promise about the importance of knowing the signs one may exhibit while planning a shooting.

Shooting Prevention, Not Paranoia

Emilie Evans, Lifestyle Editor
March 8, 2017
Ibuprofen and tissues lay on top of a sick students essay assignment.

Sick Days Inconvenience Students

Emilie Evans, Lifestyle Editor
January 10, 2017
An anti-DAPL protest in Seattle, WA.

Shaker Students Celebrate Sioux Victory Over Pipeline

Maggie Spielman, Lifestyle Editor
December 9, 2016
When Christmas Begins in October

When Christmas Begins in October

Ainsley Snyder, Journalism I Reporter
December 5, 2016
Included in the “Project Deck” released by the city of Shaker Heights is an animated projection of the finished Van Aken District project as seen looking southeast from Farnsleigh Road.

Making ‘Downtown’ Shaker Heights From Scratch

Emilie Evans, Lifestyle Editor
November 10, 2016
English teacher Molly Miles believes human interaction is being challenged by the use of tech                                                    nology. She said, “I think texting and communicating via social media is trumping standard face-to-face communication, and those in a relationship are missing out on the genuine connection made when a screen is not involved.” Freshman Grace Kerns said, “When some of my friends get more likes than others, the people who don’t get as many likes go and unlike those pictures.”

Sacrificing Self-Love for Social Likes

Izzy Markey, Staff Reporter
May 28, 2016
Attendees view student artwork at the annual Art Exposed art show on the second floor of the Shaker Heights Public Library on Lee Road May 6.

Check Out Art Exposed

Rowan Gingerich, Spotlight Editor
May 13, 2016
A mystifying variety of products, from laxatives to toys to even ear plugs, are unnecessarily gendered. Most of the time, men’s versions of products are bigger and bulkier, while the same products marketed toward women are typically delicate and colored pink.

Repainting Our Sexist, Pink and Blue Planet

Emily Montenegro, Opinion Editor
May 11, 2016
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