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A Week Without: Junk Food

A Week Without: Junk Food

Mary Kober, Staff Reporter
March 8, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Features, lifestyle, Lifestyles, Top Stories

Clarion introduced a series of articles where staff members spend a “week without” different things and reflect upon their experiences. This is the second installment.  I went a week without eating junk food, meaning I could not eat foods with high fat or high calories such as cookies, pies, ...

Your #1 guide for balancing school work and after school activities

Your #1 guide for balancing school work and after school activities

Sadiel Sanchez, Staff Reporter
March 3, 2017
Filed under Lifestyles

A healthy balance of extracurricular activities and school work is key for a successful high school career. While many after school activities are important and beneficial, they can take up a lot of your time and can lead to major stress. Here, you will learn many techniques on how to effectively stay invo...

A Week Without: Social Media

A Week Without: Social Media

Joy Greco, Staff Reporter
February 28, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Features, Lifestyles, Top Stories

Clarion is introducing a new series of articles where staff members spend a "week without" different things and reflect upon their experiences. This is the first installment.  I decided to go a week without checking any of my social media networks. No Snapchat, no Instagram, no Twitter, no Faceb...

Nailed it

Nailed it

Alex Burton, Staff Reporter
February 16, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, lifestyle, Lifestyles, Top Stories

Nails are a major part of my life, without nails I feel like a boy. It may not seem like a big deal to many people, but my nails are like a security blanket. They make me feel girly and pretty. Picking the color has to be the hardest part. It depends on the season, my mood, and my favorite color at the ...

Is AP really as easy as one, two, three?

Is AP really as easy as one, two, three?

Joy Greco, Staff Reporter
November 3, 2016
Filed under Lifestyles, Top Stories

AP classes are directed towards students who are ready to learn and have that drive to work hard as they learn new things about a subject. These higher level classes are intended for students who want to take a class that will not only teach them an in depth perspective on a subject, but also pre...

Falling into art trends

Falling into art trends

Lexi Soto, Staff Reporter
September 28, 2016
Filed under Lifestyles, Top Stories

Out with the old and in with the new. The shift from sweet summer vibes to the crisp autumn atmosphere. The trends at RBHS never stop changing just as the world never stops turning. The fine arts teachers at RBHS tell us how they and their students turn a new leaf in the arts. Colors, moods, and tun...

Summer Music Festivals Complete Guide

Summer Music Festivals Complete Guide

Dennis Ryan, Staff Reporter
May 20, 2016
Filed under Lifestyles, Music & Books, Top Stories

Everyone loves music, i think. Summer is prime time for music lovers because that's when everyone has the free time to go out for absurd amounts of time and trash themselves at music festivals. There are all kinds of festivals for all kinds of people with a wide array of genres. Different kinds of f...

Help Kai say goodbye

Help Kai say goodbye

Pawaran Kai Mongkhonkham, Staff Reporter
May 18, 2016
Filed under Lifestyles, Top Stories

Revenge of the 80’s: The Other Things

Revenge of the 80’s: The Other Things

Dennis Ryan, Staff Reporter
May 11, 2016
Filed under Lifestyles

Movies, TV and video games are the most popular mediums that people decide to fling back 30+ years, but they aren’t the only things people remember. Everything was about the camp. Not just movies and TV, but toys, music, and culture all around. This last installment is shedding light on some other...

Zach likes soup… and socialism

Zach likes soup… and socialism

Zach Hundrieser, Media/Layout editor
May 11, 2016
Filed under Lifestyles, Reviews, Top Stories

Soup is a type of food that has caused controversy throughout its existence. Do you eat it or drink it? Do you use a spoon or go viking and slurp from the bowl? Cold or warm? The questions are endless. But that has nothing to do with what I’m about to explain to you, precious Clarion reader. Rive...

Revenge of the 80’s: Gaming

Revenge of the 80’s: Gaming

Dennis Ryan, Staff Reporter
April 27, 2016
Filed under Lifestyles

The 80’s was rammed up the patootie with arcades and video games, even more than there are now. From arcade favorites like Turtles in Time, Pac-Man, and Galaga filling every pizza joint in town to stinkers like The Cheetahmen, Top Gun, and Doctor Jekyll and Mister Hyde causing you eternal pain o...

Revenge of the 80’s: Movies & TV

Revenge of the 80’s: Movies & TV

Dennis Ryan, Staff Reporter
April 20, 2016
Filed under Lifestyles

The 80’s, what a time to be alive. Dolph Lundgren running around in a loincloth as He-Man, Sunny Crockett and Tubbs arresting criminals with ever so delicious hair and murderous androids like Terminator, Robocop and that thing from ‘Chopping Mall’, the 80’s was overstuffed with great (and not...

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