Ode to a High School Hallway

By Liliana Lopez, Clarion Sections Editor   i. head throbbing, no pop in my ear, Or iPhone in my hand, sitting on the steps of the third floor. We sit together, after hours, in the C wing halls because you don’t like books. Beige tile meadows, sprinkled Here and there With wildflowers left by youth: Doritos, Pepsi, lunch trays. The brick sky overhead, Gleaming with … Continue reading Ode to a High School Hallway

Seniors Make Their Mark at Kennedy

By Emma Shoemaker, Clarion Staff The current Senior Class has worked hard the past four years of high school with schoolwork balanced with sports, extracurricular activities, and spending time with family and friends. In the midst of the Class of 2019’s busy lives they still make time for what they enjoy to do. As the Senior Class enters their last days of high school, they … Continue reading Seniors Make Their Mark at Kennedy

510 Kennedy Seniors to Graduate on June 12

By Hana Ruiz and Arooba Muqaddar, Clarion Staff As the 2018-2019 school year comes to an end, 510 Kennedy seniors will once again be walking the stage at their graduation ceremony that will take place at 3:00 PM on Wednesday, June 12th in the recently renovated Memorial Auditorium on 1515 J Street. Kennedy seniors, Rafaela Lomboy and Frances Feng, will serve as Salutatorian and Valedictorian, … Continue reading 510 Kennedy Seniors to Graduate on June 12

Kennedy Club Corner: Into the Fold

By Xavier Martinez, Clarion Staff John F. Kennedy High School has many clubs and programs that encompass the interests of the student body and help pass time. Origami club, 2019’s latest addition to Kennedy’s long list of extracurriculars, is an exciting club that students have been turning the corner for and becoming a part of. Due to the club’s recent opening, there may be questions … Continue reading Kennedy Club Corner: Into the Fold

Kennedy Robotics Build Their Way to Victory

By Ethan Vue, Clarion Staff The Kennedy Robotics Team, also known as Team 3250, has proven to be successful in getting students involved with science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Robotics allows students to engage in many different skills including computer science, design, electrical, and fabrication. It lets students explore their imagination, and teaches them how to apply it to real life situations. The Robotics … Continue reading Kennedy Robotics Build Their Way to Victory

How Article 13 Could Change the Scene for Media Influencers

By Andrew Ely & Xavier Martinez, Clarion Staff In 2018 the European Union passed Article 13, which is part of the European Union’s copyright law that details how content sharing services, including social media, should deal with copyrighted content. Many people use the term fair use when using copyrighted material in their videos. Fair use is a term that supports official releases of copyrighted media … Continue reading How Article 13 Could Change the Scene for Media Influencers

Boys Golf: Kennedy Drivers’ Hard Work Pays Off

By Ethan Vue, Clarion Staff For the past several years, Kennedy’s boys golf team has consistently dominated Sacramento Metro League. They have won undefeated league titles, won at the Sac-Joaquin Section Division II level, and sent players to compete at Masters Level. The program always taken manages to recruit golfers of all skill levels who are determined to succeed. The 2019 season would be a … Continue reading Boys Golf: Kennedy Drivers’ Hard Work Pays Off

Kennedy Senior Wills_ Class of 2019

I, Ellis Penn will the doubleness of the L’s and N’s in my name of Ulysses so his name can be Uulyysses. I, Andrew Rosario, leave my busted eraser to Kaiah, and my best teacher Ms. Chloe to all my friends. I, Harry Butler, leave my favorite candy spots to Colin Bell and my cheat sheets for gaming club to Albert Stucky. I, Merlin Beall, … Continue reading Kennedy Senior Wills_ Class of 2019