5 Senses or More?

By Crystal Chan, Clarion staff As most of us know, humans have the five senses: sight, smell, taste, touch, and hearing. Using these senses, they transfer information from our surroundings to our brain, which processes this new information. However, the principle of the five senses which came from Aristotle’s On the Soul (De Anima) does not cover all of the senses that humans have. In fact, researchers … Continue reading 5 Senses or More?

The Rubber Room: An Insanely Good Production

By Aaron Soliz, Clarion staff For three days only (April 7-9), the JFK Drama Department presented an adaptation of The Rubber Room, a comedy originally by Pat Cook. The play explores a group of unusual high school teachers during the first week of a new school year. First year teacher Candace Osterman (Yaundry Ortiz) enters a teacher’s lounge and meets her wacky workmates, who all … Continue reading The Rubber Room: An Insanely Good Production

Donald Trump Part Mexican

By Timothy Curry, Clarion staff Edit:  This is an April Fools’ article written solely for entertainment purposes.  None of the content in this article is true. Donald Trump’s heritage has always been clear with the American public: a son of a wealthy real estate business man who is of many European backgrounds, Scottish being one of them. What is not known of his heritage is … Continue reading Donald Trump Part Mexican

J.K. Rowling Reveals that the Harry Potter Series is Fiction

By Aaron Soliz, Clarion Staff Edit:  This is an April Fools’ article written solely for entertainment purposes.  None of the content in this article is true. The infamous book series, Harry Potter, has been recognized for its massive fandom and has been retold again and again for the past nineteen years. This practical story has amazed its readers with its realistic situation and captured the audience with … Continue reading J.K. Rowling Reveals that the Harry Potter Series is Fiction

Signal Jammers Installed in Classrooms

By Christopher Wong, editor in chief Edit: This is an April Fools’ article written solely for entertainment purposes. None of the content in this article is true.  Don’t count on getting any bars in your classrooms anymore. Previously implemented as a test in the second floor of the C building and the B wing, cell phone signal jammers will be installed in every classroom across … Continue reading Signal Jammers Installed in Classrooms