Emergencia Nacional

By Liliana López, Clarion Section Editor If you’ve been watching the news lately, you probably know that high school isn’t the only place with over-the-top drama: the White House itself […]

Winter Guard’s Combined Destiny

By Desiree Leong, Managing Editor A shorter show. Indoors. Performing without the band. The transition from fall to winter is what happens every year after Thanksgiving break for Kennedy’s award-winning […]

Tropel Recites Her Way to Victory

By Arooba Muqaddor, Clarion Staff Just before winter break in late 2018 in the school auditorium, Bernie Tropel (Class of 2019) won first place out of 60 contestants in Poetry […]

Way Back Machine – 30 Years Ago

Vol. 22 No. 4, Feb 1989 By Liliana Lopez, Sections Editor Help!!!: Written by Wilson Wong and Gary Gee, “Help!!!” is a brief story that is written in script form. […]

6th Period, No Early Release

By Wendy Xiong, Clarion Staff False information has spread among students at John F. Kennedy High School. Many students believe that seniors are no longer getting early release after fifth […]

Can Humanities STEM Job Security?

By Sid Slesicki and Liliana López, Clarion Staff STEM Majors If you’re a senior or junior, chances are you’ve been contemplating the next stage of your education – more specifically, […]

Boys & Girls Basketball: Heads Held High

By Isabella Wolfe, Sports Editor The Kennedy Boys and Girls basketball 2018-2019 season has officially ended, Kennedy Cougars (Varsity, JV, and Freshmen) can now look back over the season and […]