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Month: February 2016

Kaitlyn Kui Mesmerizes Again

By Christopher Wong, Chief Editor Poetry has a special ability to captivate you and speak to the mind no matter how many times you hear it, just how Kaitlyn Kui has […]

Art That Will Touch the Heart

By Savannah Vang, Clarion Staff On February 13th, an art auction event titled Hearts for Humanity was hosted by Donald Joseph Inc., an architectural firm in the Land Park area […]

Winter Ball Steals the Night

By Savannah Vang, Clarion staff Over the President’s day weekend, students were able to enjoy themselves at the Winter Ball held February 13 at Library Galleria in Downtown Sacramento.  Many […]

Teen Trap: Young Love

By David Yu, Copy Editor The concept of teenage love is everywhere in today’s culture. From books and movies, such as John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars, to music, […]

Teenage Love: Fact or Fiction?

By: Savannah Perry, Clarion staff It is a time honored practice, an expectation of sorts for teenagers as they reach their prime. Urged on by the engaging Nickolas Sparks films […]

JFK Clarion Covered by Local Press

In last week’s February 4, 2016 edition of The Pocket News,  Editor Monica Stark wrote a lengthy cover story about the re-emergence of The Clarion @ JFK this school year. […]