The Shakerite

Members of the high school’s chapter of the NAACP engage in discussion in Room 157. “Through the [NAACP’s] Race and Culture Committee, we’ll be doing different discussions and different activities, maybe even field trips, based around bringing racial and cultural awareness,” said Siraj Lee, senior and NAACP leader.

Bringing a National Presence to Shaker

Rowan Gingerich, Spotlight Editor
May 26, 2017
Large amounts of homework assignments affect students' sleep. The choice between completing assignments and getting enough rest encourages students to cheat, which compromises the value of the assignments in question.

Honors Students Ditch Honor System

Ose Arheghan, Investigations Editor
January 11, 2016
A church van burns in Ferguson, Missouri. Washington Post reporter and former Shakerite editor in chief Wesley Lowery photographed the van and tweeted the image at 1:27 a.m. Nov. 25. Buildings and vehicles were destroyed during protests that ensued after a grand jury decided not to indict Darren Wilson for the shooting death of Michael Brown.

Truth Overshadows Fiction in Ferguson

Ose Arheghan, Staff Reporter
November 25, 2014
Ose Arheghan

A Letter to Michael Brown

Ose Arheghan, Staff Reporter
November 25, 2014
Freshman Tessa Shlonsky runs neck and neck with a North Royalton opponent Oct. 11 at the Northeast Ohio Confrence River Division Meet. Women's cross country placed fourth out of six teams at the meet. Shaker placed 11th at regionals Oct. 25 and sophomore Mimi Reimers advanced to states.

The Myth of Women’s Sports Coverage

Ose Arheghan, Staff Reporter
November 21, 2014
Load more stories
The award-winning Shaker Heights High School student news organization
Ose Arheghan