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Month: March 2017

Speaking of a Change

By Jim Polca, Political Animal Control Expert The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Paul Ryan, does a heavy workout every week with his P90x routine. He does his 90 day […]

Farewell Starbucks

By Caeli Kara, Coughy Liquidator Farewell to my joy, the coffee lover’s usual. Available on almost every street, and every corner, Starbucks, a worldwide coffee chain could be possibly shut down […]

An Analysis on Internet Memes: Kermit the Frog

By Qu T. Pi, Thoughtful Meme Enthusiast and Resident Frog Catcher According to the “Analysis on Internet Memes Using Semiotics”, an analytical research paper on Internet memes conducted from the […]

Hacking America

Thanks to Natassia Aleman-Teweles for creating the “Hacking America” cartoon for The Clarion.

In this Issue (March 31 & April 1)

By Topher Rong, Italian Noodle Expert This issue, The Kennedy Clarion is proud to announce its new sponsorship, Claritin. With this, the newspaper will be rebranded as The Kennedy Claritin, which is […]

Men’s Varsity Volleyball Helps Inspire Others

By Adrianna Iorio, Clarion Staff With Kennedy Men’s Volleyball season coming to a successful start, JFK’s varsity and JV players impressed many with their determination and signs of teamwork. With […]

Library I.D. Required

By Ariyah Armstrong, Clarion Staff If you’re like me, you’re always busy, whether if it’s with homework, sports, home life, etc. It just always seems like there’s something that needs […]

Let’s Dive In

By Breanna Thomas, Clarion Staff The swim team has become more well-known at John F. Kennedy High School. The team has grown significantly over the past couple of years as […]