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Month: June 2017

Unblocking Artist’s Block

By Valentina Duong, Creative Director Many artists often have had their fair share of a normal, but annoying condition commonly known as artist’s block, or art block. Being unable to […]

The Life of Haleigh: Nothing Holds Her Back

By Ariyah Armstrong and Natassia Aleman-Teweles, Clarion Staff Everyone must overcome obstacles in life. Life’s unexpected hurdles can completely change the course of one’s future. However, one special education student […]

Let’s Interact!

By Leticia Esparza, Clarion Staff Interact club does not only find its home on the Kennedy campus, but on campuses around the world, such as in China, India, and South […]

School of Rock

By Cynthia Dominguez, Clarion Staff John F. Kennedy is home to all types of talent, ranging from athletics to art, creating a diverse and capable student body. Despite the amount […]

CSF Breaks New Membership Record

By Valentina Duong, Creative Director With 120 first-time members, Kennedy’s California Scholarship Federation (CSF) club broke their all-time record of applicants this spring semester, bringing their total membership to 251 […]

Seniors Celebrate the End of the School Year

By Dominic J Larsen, News Editor The 2016-2017 school year has flown by, and it’s not done yet. With summer vacation approaching, students are stressing about everything from projects and […]

Social Media & Dating: Swiping Left

By Aryanna Zavala, Clarion Staff Ghosting, catfishing and other terms can be used to describe the negative effects of meeting and dating someone from social media. The dating scene in […]

The Effects of Social Media and the Internet

By Matiana Tepa, Clarion Staff This generation has been dubbed as the “millennials” because it is mostly full of tech-savvy individuals. Campus Technology, a higher education technology magazine, said that […]

Mattress Fundraiser Nets More than $4k

Mattress Fundraiser By Marsiana Pound, Clarion Staff On May 13th, the John F. Kennedy Marching Band and Color Guard held a mattress sale fundraiser to raise money for affording new […]

Plagiarizing Shakespeare

By Adrianna Iorio, Clarion Staff Plagiarizing Shakespeare is a humorous and energetic play, constructed by the drama coordinator Mr. Lee, and students across the Kennedy campus willing to participate.  A […]

In This Issue — June 2, 2017

By Christopher Wong, Chief Editor To give an extra large send-off to this year’s senior class, The Clarion wanted to deliver an extra large issue consisting of 16 pages to […]