Library I.D. Required

By Ariyah Armstrong, Clarion Staff If you’re like me, you’re always busy, whether if it’s with homework, sports, home life, etc. It just always seems like there’s something that needs to be done, and it can be really easy to forget things. Our school library (next to Casey’s corner on the first floor of the C building) has been receiving a great amount of backlash … Continue reading Library I.D. Required

Kennedy Chess Players Turn Out for Valentine’s Day Tournament

The JFK Chess Club held their first publicized Chess tournament during lunch on February 14 in the school library.   Twenty students competed in the advanced category and 10 students went head-to-head in the beginners category for prizes (gift cards). The four advanced competition finalists were Masonori Monsuchi, Brian Xu, Jamal Latif, and Simon Collins.  The final outcome of this bracket will be decided this … Continue reading Kennedy Chess Players Turn Out for Valentine’s Day Tournament

Senior Project Promotes Free Access to Literature

  By Zoe Le, Clarion Staff With the rush around and hustle of life, it can be difficult to find easy ways to take a break and relax. One of the most common relaxing pastimes is sitting down with a good book for a few hours.   Modern technology allows people to easily look up and read just about any book they want to at … Continue reading Senior Project Promotes Free Access to Literature