All in a day: Roberts strays from his Republican Party, a penalty is interpreted as a tax, and Obamacare gets upheld – but not before it is mistakenly declared unconstitutional in a journalistic error.
Author: Haeeun Blessing Jee
Aurora Shooting Leaves 12 Dead, Many More Wounded
A brutal shooting rampage by a seemingly deranged “villain.” A scene from the newest Batman film? No, it’s the Aurora mass shooting.
Red Rose Revolution Is A Bit Thorny
Despite offensive slurs and thrown carrots, Cleveland High students are plucky and determined as ever to make their statement across.
Hooded Students March for Trayvon and for Change
“We’re all wearing hoodies. Does that make us suspicious?”
Obama “Comes Out of the Closet” to Support Same-sex Marriage
In an interview on Wednesday, May 9, with ABC, President Barack Obama openly announced, as the first President to do so, that he supports same-sex marriage, a historic decision that will have tremendous political consequences. Haeeun Blessing JeeBlessing Jee is a rising senior at Cleveland High School and currently the Editor-in-Chief of the school newspaper,…
Through the Paint Strokes of Female Surrealists
Open for visitors until May 6 at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), “In Wonderland: The Surrealist Adventures of Women Artists in Mexico and the United States” displays the works of female artists who sought liberation from the traditional domesticity and objectification of women, revealing a relatively obscure but essential part of art history.
KONY 2012: a Facebook fad, misleading propaganda, or both?
His name has been on everyone’s lips: Joseph Kony. The actions of this Ugandan criminal were made known to nearly everyone through the internet-posted documentary, Kony 202. The 30-minute film, directed by the non-profit organization, Invisible Children, Inc., was posted on March 5, and nearly reached a million hits overnight on both YouTube and its…
Facebook page “connects” women from around the globe
With the revolutionary Arab Spring of 2011, social media proved to have changed the whole landscape of activism and social awareness. In Cleveland High School, social media has been used by students to increase awareness of human rights issues. Haeeun Blessing JeeBlessing Jee is a rising senior at Cleveland High School and currently the Editor-in-Chief…
Released in time for Black History Month, Red Tails is a story of the unappreciated thousands of African American soldiers during World War II, focusing on the pilot-fighter unit Tuskegee Airmen. The Tuskegee Airmen were the first African American military aviators in American history and were given the nickname “Red Tails” due to the distinctive…
Cultural association stands strong in face of language war
In the far east of Spain, the Valencian Community, one of the 17 autonomous communities of Spain, stands strong in its ethnic and cultural identity. Haeeun Blessing JeeBlessing Jee is a rising senior at Cleveland High School and currently the Editor-in-Chief of the school newspaper, Le Sabre. She has a passion for journalism and writing…