Clark Chronicle

A locker system must be implemented at Clark

Emili Cruz Sosa, Yearbook Managing Editor

November 17, 2019

When Clark first opened in 1998, the founders of the school decided to not install lockers due to the problems they had seen with lockers in other high schools. The administration agreed to keep it this way since they thought...

Eleven more pints!

Jimena Vildoza, Staff Writer

November 17, 2019

Walking calmly to the bed, only to be nervously laying down — rather uncomfortably— waiting for a needle to puncture her skin, junior Lilit Agesyan decided to donate one pint of blood along with many others. “[I donated...

Mental health is no joke

Mental health is no joke

November 15, 2019

The joy of cooking

Reed Maruyama, Design Editor

November 15, 2019

It was at the point when I was scrambling around the kitchen, making guacamole, stirring my not-yet-cooked-all-the-way-through taco meat, and turning off my rice which had boiled over, all while getting ready for work when I k...

Art theft paints a bad picture for the online art community

Marielle Fernandez, Staff Writer

November 13, 2019

Consider the following: You’re an artist. And you’ve been working on this one piece for hours and hours, putting your time, effort and heart into the thing. Once you finish your magnum opus you decide to post it onto your...

From underground railroad to recognition: ‘Harriet’ brings respect and accuracy to famed historical figure Harriet Tubman

Emili Cruz Sosa, Yearbook Section Editor

November 12, 2019

Twenty years ago, writer Gregory Allen Howard proposed the idea of creating a film about an extraordinary female who plays a crucial role in American history, but due to some political issues, this film couldn’t have been made ...

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