Vampires Have a Bloody Good Time at Blood Drive Event

By Sam Pire, Friend of All Bats On February 28th, John F. Kennedy High School held its second blood drive of the current school year. However, BloodSource employees noticed that they were missing a number of blood bags as they were loading the blood into trucks to transport it back to BloodSource headquarters in midtown Sacramento. The bloody event lasted six hours and roughly 100 pints … Continue reading Vampires Have a Bloody Good Time at Blood Drive Event

Social Media, Depression Should not be Romanticized

By Katie Albert, Clarion Staff At least 95% of youth (ages 12-17) have at least one social media account whether it is Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or any of the many other social sites on the internet. Teenagers on social media are exposed to everything from the people they follow and are unknowingly influenced by the things they see on their timelines. Many teenagers use anonymous … Continue reading Social Media, Depression Should not be Romanticized