The Shakerite

Students received pamphlets that included guides to healthy relationships and to recognizing warning signs for an abusive relationship. “I would hope that if people see abuse that they would speak up or tell someone, said freshman Tahsja Jackson.

Learning the Unspoken Truth

Hilary Shakelton, Journalism II Reporter
March 1, 2018
Posters were put up by the GSA to challenge the usage of homophobic language in the school.  “I don’t think people understand that making a joke -- saying, ‘You’re gay!’ -- is homophobic,” junior Claire Burchmore said.

It’s Probably Not

Eliza Auten, Journalism I Reporter
December 8, 2017
Students and allies, regardless of their gender identity or sexual orientation, need to do better, writes Baul. We start by listening.

So, What Can You Do?

Scott Baul, Guest 'Riter
May 18, 2017
Students congregate at the  Middle School GSAs inaugural event

Catching Up With Kids

Andrew Mohar, Copy Editor
May 24, 2016
Audrey Anderle (‘15) crafted a mural for her senior project displaying the diversity in Shaker. The mural depicts Shaker students in various clubs and sports including Model United Nations, cheerleading, robotics, choir, orchestra and MAC Scholars.

Our Gilded Age of Diversity

Ose Arheghan, Investigations Editor
January 11, 2016
Social media took up the hashtag LoveWins after the Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage in all 50 states.

We Have Marriage Equality, What’s Next?

Ose Arheghan, Investigations Editor
June 27, 2015
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