The award-winning Shaker Heights High School student news organization

The Shakerite

The award-winning Shaker Heights High School student news organization

The Shakerite

The award-winning Shaker Heights High School student news organization

The Shakerite

David Vahey

David Vahey, Visuals Managing Editor

David Vahey (‘21) is in his fourth year with The Shakeite. He is currently the Visual Managing Editor alongside Alona Miller. As a Journalism I Reporter freshman year, David began his interest in photo-journalism and improved his skills throughout the year. He is excited to add his talent to The Shakerite this year. David also plays on the school soccer team. Outside of school, he loves skiing, traveling and hanging out with friends and family.

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[Photo] Coaching Shortage Continues

Eamonn Furey, Raider Zone Reporter
December 21, 2022
Movies with Black main characters often focus on Black trauma.

[Photo] Better, But Not Enough

Erin Williams, Executive Managing Editor
September 12, 2021
Man holds up a candle at a peaceful vigil to honor George Floyd.

[Photo] Call It What It Is

Olivia Warren, Alumna ('21)
September 8, 2021
Man holds up peace signs at a May 30 protest in downtown Cleveland.

[Photo] America’s Double Standard

Jenna Loveman, Opinion Editor
September 10, 2021
Sign lists the names of Black people killed by police during the time of the Black Lives Matter Movement.

[Photo] #BlackLivesMatter

Annie Sullivan, Campus and City Editor
September 3, 2021
The women of The Shakerite

[Photo] To the Women of Shaker Heights

Grace Wilkinson, Spotlight Editor
February 27, 2021
Photo taken just after Gov. Mike DeWine the initial closure of schools on March 12 of last year.

[Photo] A New Schedule, Again

Lauren Sheperd, Editor-in-Chief
February 9, 2021
The majority black raider cheerleaders rally on the
sideline during a Jan. 8 home game against Euclid.

[Photo] Diverse in Numbers, but not in Athletics

Ben Cox, Web Managing Editor
September 16, 2020
Josh Floyd wears the hockey team’s white uniform, one of their three sets, when playing University School.

[Photo] Fit to Fight, or Not Quite

Caroline Brancato, Print Managing Editor
August 29, 2020
Sophomore point guard Danny Young, Jr. follows through after a free throw versus Mentor Jan. 10.

[Photo] Free, But Not Easy

Ezra Marks, Raider Zone Editor
August 25, 2020
Students around
the lunch table
use their phones instead of interacting with one another.

[Photo] Disconnect to Connect

Olivia Peebles, Education Columnist
July 31, 2020
One in three U.S.
women experience
sexual assault
in their lifetime,
according to the
National Sexual
Violence Resource

[Photo] How to End Rape Culture

Olivia Warren, Opinion Editor
August 3, 2020
MAC Scholars Evan Ward, Dalton Mosely and Rudy Collins discuss how a teacher’s
race affects students. “One of the
main things that would be able to
motivate aspiring black students
would be that there are people that
look like us,” Mosely said.

[Photo] We Are Shaker

Morgan Fowler, Campus and City Faculty Reporter
July 26, 2020
Junior Avery Luke

[Photo] Skin Tone and Dating

Mae Nagusky, Editor-in-Chief
June 2, 2020
Students who prefer to be called African American.

[Photo] More Than Just Words

Erin Williams, Opinion Editor
June 6, 2020

[Photo] The Man, The Myth, The Legend: TB

Rachel Coxon, Raider Zone Reporter
March 6, 2020
Classroom doors were decorated throughout Black History Month to celebrate black excellence and pride.

-Moira Grace McGuan

Opening Doors to Black History

David Vahey, Visuals Managing Editor
March 1, 2020
Senior Dakota Cochran and varsity basketball coach Danny Young celebrate Cochrans achievement of reaching 1,000 career points.

[Photo] Raider Review, Feb. 3 – Feb. 8

Alex Markland, Raider Review Reporter
February 10, 2020
A Shaker police officer was fired for making an obscene gesture to BLM protesters last fall.

[Photo] Change, By Agreement or Decree

Caroline Brancato, Investigations Editor
February 3, 2020
A student completes an assignment with her Chromebook in an Onaway Elementary School classroom.

[Photo] Tracking, An Unfair Race

Olivia Peebles, Education Columnist
January 21, 2020
Varsity basketball plays Shammah Scott and Dakota Cochran play in their game against Medina.

[Photo] Raider Review, Dec. 16 – Jan. 5

Alex Markland, Raider Review Reporter
January 8, 2020
Alex Nicholson guides the football team to a win versus Garfield Heights at Russell H. Rupp Stadium Aug. 30.

[Photo] A New Brand of Football

Ben Cox, Raider Zone Reporter
December 20, 2019
Juli gives “words of wisdom” on the announcements almost every day. His signature catchphrase, “Make it a great day, or not. The choice is yours,” is a student favorite.

[Photo] Striving For a Better Shaker

Danielle Krantz, Campus and City Editor
December 19, 2019
Fans at the football game versus Benedictine on Sept. 8.

[Photo] The Bigger, The Better

Rachel Coxon, Raider Zone
December 4, 2019
Junior  Eliza Bennett plays in the OHSAA State Championship Field Hockey Game against Columbus Academy.

[Photo] Raider Review Oct. 27 – Nov. 2

Alex Markland, Raider Review Reporter
November 4, 2019
Green Lake, pictured above is being dredged to prevent floods

[Photo] The Drudgery of Dredging

Lyd Cohen, Campus and City Community Reporter
October 30, 2019
Lisa Pruetts name in a German textbook brings back her memories.

[Photo] More than a Victim

Danielle Krantz, Campus and City Editor
September 25, 2019
The marching band performs at the football against Benedictine

[Photo] This Season, the Band Plays Defense, Too

Rachel Coxon, Raider Zone Reporter
September 24, 2019
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[Photo] Ethan Bloch

December 12, 2017
A baseball coach demonstrates the proper technique of hitting a baseball.

[Photo] Respect, and Some Suggestions

Ezra Marks, Raider Zone Editor
June 7, 2019
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