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 Out Loud, a national poetry contest, for her recitation of the poem, “Undivided Attention.” The 10th annual competition began with students from English classes filling the John F. Kennedy Auditorium; over the course of four … Continue reading Tropel Recites Her Way to Victory
By Enia Chanthapaseuth, Clarion Staff A high school in Lebanon, Pennsylvania is forcing students to smile. The Clarion found out what Kennedy students think about this action. Continue reading Kennedy Voices – Students Required to Smile?
By Christopher Wong, Chief Editor What do Kennedy students think of the squirrel that got elected to the UC Berkeley Student Senate? Original article published in the Sacramento Bee by Michael McGough. Continue reading Kennedy Voices – Squirrel Elected to UC Berkeley Senate
By Saeri Plagmann, Clarion Staff On the morning of April 15th, Kennedy students Danke Stroup, Billy T. Hernandez, Jared Mah, Avery Runner, and Kennedy Cole were involved in a car crash that killed three on impact and paralyzed one from the waist down. According to the Sacramento police, Runner- who was arrested shortly after the accident with no injuries- was still intoxicated from a party … Continue reading Every 15 Minutes Crashes Kennedy Campus for Two Days In April