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Are We St. Ed's?

As the football team took the field against the St. Ignatius Wildcats, there was a roar of applause and cheers from the crowd, the fans were going wild, the parents were getting into it, and the stands could barely be... Read full article →

Written by Matt Byrne '11 on November 20, 2009

Issue 6 Ushers Change in County Government

For the first time in over two hundred years, the voters of Cuyahoga County decided it was time to change their government by casting an overwhelming 66 to 34 percent vote in favor of Issue Six. Most people ask... Read full article →

Written by Steve Spreng '12 on November 20, 2009

Gambling With Our Future

As the cliché says, “Desperate times call for desperate measures.” On Election Day earlier this month, the voters Cuyahoga County took some very desperate measures by passing both Issue 3 and Issue 6. Read full article →

Written by Dale Armbruster '10 on November 20, 2009

Was Obama's Peace Prize Premature?

On October 9, President Barack Obama received the Nobel Peace Prize for his “extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between peoples.” This came as a sur- prise, largely because Obama is only one year into... Read full article →

Written by Josh Mueller '11 on October 29, 2009

Change Starts Locally

Issue Six, in direct competition with Issue 5, is the one of the many proposals to be decided in the upcoming election. The one thing both issues have in common is the promise of reform. Issue Six plans to take immediate action to reform the... Read full article →

Written by Bradley Ouambo '10 on October 29, 2009

Intelligence Not Measured by the SAT

All high school seniors face the dreaded time when they have to apply to colleges. A part of this process is taking one of the two standardized tests that col- leges use to measure intelligence: the SAT and the ACT. Colleges look to these tests... Read full article →

Written by Joseph Fagniil on October 29, 2009

Issue 3 - Wrong Idea, Wrong Time

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Written by Dale Armbruster '10 on October 7, 2009

Do SEHS Students Care?

Buried in the back of his article on St. Edward’s Hall of Fame weekend, Plain Dealer columnist Tim Warsinskey offered his thoughts about our school, told via an anecdote... Read full article →

Written by Alexander Nixon '10 on September 20, 2009

Don't Push the Panic Button

It is no surprise to anyone that a financial crisis has swept the entire globe over the last twelve months. However, many were shocked to find that St. Edward High School was hit quite hard over the summer. Just before the school year began, twenty... Read full article →

Written by Dale Armbruster '10 on September 20, 2009