Rain

by Liliana Noemí López, Sections Editor   Window panes are weeping because children Press their noses against them, their breath Fogging up the glass face. They weep when moths throw themselves Against their cold glass countenance again and again: Maybe if they just got out in the rain the watercolors, The palette of God would bleed into their lifeless wings. Window panes are what separate … Continue reading Rain

Waving Goodbye to the surf team

By Karissa Jones, Claritin Staff The Kennedy surf team has had a terrible year so far this season. For the first time since the drought of 2016, the team of rad dudes and dudettes is unable to compete in the Metro League. The rough start is causing the athletes to worry for their performance at the 2019 World Surf League Championship Tour, which will decide … Continue reading Waving Goodbye to the surf team

The Fault in Our Pipes: Kennedy Gym Floor Destroyed by Flooding

By Desiree Leong, Clarion Staff Heavy rain from the stormy weather on the night of January 8 and the following morning rendered Kennedy’s big gym flooded and unusable. “It was not a matter of the roof leaking. In the area in front of the gym, what we call the cafeteria quad, there are a number of drains there, and the amount of water that came … Continue reading The Fault in Our Pipes: Kennedy Gym Floor Destroyed by Flooding

Lake Kennedy Monster Spotted During Heavy Rain

By So Flagman, Chief Ferret Wrangler This past February, Sacramento experienced a continuation of severe rain for the first time in nearly 10 years.  Properties all over the city were damaged, with the most recent and devastating being the collapse of the Oroville dam. Other rare events such as the flooding of the Sacramento River and the formation of an EF0 tornado inflicted worry among … Continue reading Lake Kennedy Monster Spotted During Heavy Rain