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Big Bite Short Lunch

By Brandyn Matsumoto, Clarion Staff Lunch for high school students is an important aspect of a students day that keeps them focused for the remaining hours of school. Students need […]

Cougars Seen at Kennedy Library?

By Ethan Vue, Clarion Staff How often do students actually use the library in their free time? In an interview about whether or not the library should be utilized more, […]

Kennedy Drama Productions: Where’s The Money?

By Arooba Muqaddar, Clarion Staff Not long ago, flyers around JFK’s doors and windows announced auditions for the Stephen King themed Kennedy High School Drama Production. Sadly, however, the production […]

JFK’s Traffic is Utter “Car”mageddon

By Brandan Wong, Clarion Staff Every school day, Gloria Drive is congested with the hundreds of parent and student drivers. But we have some serious problems with the etiquette many […]

Clarion Poetry: Pieces of You

By Makayla Smith, Clarion Staff Every part of you is like a puzzle You always find out missing pieces as you grow The older you get, the more you learn […]

Student Spotlight: The Dreams That Live On

By Saeri Plagmann, Features Editor What happened to the big dreams and admirable professions that people once aspired to? Most would blame it on age, saying that with experience comes […]

Way Back Machine – 35 Years Ago

Vol. 16 No. 13, May 27, 1983 By Saeri Plagmann, Features Editor   Successful African American Students Recognized by Fraternities The Epsilon XI Chapter of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity […]

Students Get Active In Response to Evac

By Sophia O’Neal, Clarion Staff The recent evacuation on Friday, March 16 raised a lot of questions for many students, parents and faculty about Kennedy’s emergency plans and procedures. There […]