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Month: October 2017

Word of the Week: Entomophagy

By Cynthia Dominguez, Opinions Editor Entomophagy (en-tuh-MAW-fuh-jee) is defined as the practice of eating insects, specifically by people. Throughout the world, approximately 3,000 ethnic groups eat insects, whether it be […]

Link Crew Brings Students Back Together at JFK

By Saeri Plagmann, Features Editor During her freshman year, Sariyah Williams, current senior at John F. Kennedy High School, experienced what people call the “Freshmen Blues.” “I had no idea […]

Holiday of the Week: Learn a Word Day

By Cynthia Dominguez, Opinions Editor Out of countless holidays, few provide the same amount of useless information as Learn a New Word Day. Annually observed on October 16th, the holiday […]

Holiday of the Week: National Noodle Day

By Brandan Wong, Clarion Staff Throughout the history of mankind’s existence, humanity was capable of creating many different varieties of cut pieces of dough served hot in the form otherwise […]

Kennedy Fall 2017 Club Rush Event

Some students rushed to sign up for clubs Friday, September 22. Some students did not. However, students were eager to pose for photos to help advertise their clubs. Here are […]