A Continued Spike to Success

By Saeri Plagmann, Features Editor Despite losing several senior players from last year, the Kennedy Volleyball team completed the Metropolitan Conference season with a record of 11-3, coming in second place. They exerted the same amount of effort and teamwork on the week of October 30, where they fought through the first round of playoffs.   The highlight of the season was an amazing victory … Continue reading A Continued Spike to Success

Girls Tennis Team Celebrates Seniors by Securing Victory Over Laguna Creek

By Bruce Tran, Web Editor The Kennedy Girls Tennis Team celebrated their last home game with seniors on October 12th with a victory over their opponent, Laguna Creek. As a commemoration, the underclassmen on the team made decorative posters to celebrate and support the senior in their matches. “I felt sad because it was the last home game of my high school career. I possibly might … Continue reading Girls Tennis Team Celebrates Seniors by Securing Victory Over Laguna Creek

Kennedy Girls Unite In Power

By Leticia Esparza, Clarion Staff One of the newest clubs on the campus is Girls United Club.   The mission of the club is to inform and educate Kennedy students as well as raising awareness on women’s issues in modern society through various activities. Girls United was started by a group of students who formed a cabinet and mission before they found an advisor aptly suited for … Continue reading Kennedy Girls Unite In Power

2017 is No Time for Sexist Comments

By Samantha Johnson, Clarion Staff “The thing women have yet to learn is nobody gives you power. You just take it. ” – Roseanne Barr Since the beginning of civilization, women and men have always been treated differently, this remains an issue today. Men were always perceived as the strong and independent ones, and women were helpless without a man around. The 2016 Olympics displayed … Continue reading 2017 is No Time for Sexist Comments