Clement Yang

Name: Clement Yang
Position: Online Blair Connections Editor
Graduation Year: 2008
Clement Yang is a sophomore/incoming junior who loves 50 Cent, Game, Lloyd Banks, Olivia, G-Unit (yeah basically the whole G-Unit crew except for Tony Yayo), Nelly, Kanye West, Tupac, Black-Eyed Peas, T.I., Young Jeezy, Akon, Ludacris, Beyoncé, Usher, and Mariah Carey. He is a huge Star Wars fan, and his favorite food is pizza. His favorite subjects include history and government and he aspires to become a U.S. Marine.

Stories (11)

SGA announces Spirit Week and Homecoming themes

By Clement Yang | Oct. 11, 2007, midnight | In Local »

The SGA has selected the Spirit Week themes for the week leading up to homecoming, according to SGA Communications Director and Spirit Week coordinator Ariel La.

Blair holds first fire drill of the school year

By Clement Yang | Sept. 5, 2007, midnight | In Local »

Blair conducted its first fire drill of the school year today in the football stadium at 9:15 a.m. during the advisory period, which took place immediately after second period. Students' emergency meeting areas were organized by advisory classes rather than by homeroom as in the past.

SGA wraps up eventful year

By Clement Yang, Betsir Zemen | June 14, 2007, midnight | In Features »

With the ID policy controversy, hallway sweeps, and a host of new events, it has been a very busy and tumultuous yet successful year for Blair's SGA under the leadership of 2006-2007 SGA President Eric Hysen. In spite of such success, the SGA has realized major flaws in its organization and methods of operation, leading to structural changes that will be incorporated into next year's SGA. The SGA will also face the challenge of meeting and working with a new principal next year.

A squished "Bug"

By Clement Yang | June 1, 2007, midnight | In Movies »

If movie fans see the preview for "Bug," they'll expect to be freaked out…and of course, see some bugs. But "Bug," a product of the great William Friedkin ("The Exorcist" and "The French Connection"), fails to reward audiences in either regard.

Blazer wins Siemens Award for Advanced Placement

By Clement Yang | May 9, 2007, midnight | In Local »

Blair senior Matt McCutchen has been awarded the Siemens Foundation's Award for Advanced Placement for the 2006-2007 school year. The Siemens Foundation, which is a non-profit organization that also runs the prestigious annual Siemens Westinghouse Competition, awards students from around the nation each year for their success on science and math College Board AP exams.

Break in heating unit coil causes leak

By Clement Yang | Jan. 26, 2007, midnight | In Local »

A heating unit coil in the ceiling above the 340s hallway broke down towards the end of fourth period today. The break caused a large leak that discharged water from the ceiling, according to Building Services worker Yakubu Agbonselobho.

Canned food drive comes to a close

By Johanna Gretschel, Clement Yang | Dec. 12, 2006, midnight | In Local »

The SGA collected 3,272 cans in this year's canned food drive, improving on last year's 2,456 cans. This year, the proceeds from the canned food drive were used to benefit a local food bank in White Oak.

SGA club showcase to be held on Wednesday

By Clement Yang | Nov. 22, 2006, midnight | In Local »

The SGA will hold this year's club showcase in the gymnasium today, during 6th period. Every year, the club showcase event gives Blair's after school clubs the chance to perform for the rest of the school.

Fall sports pep rally to be held tomorrow

By Clement Yang | Oct. 12, 2006, midnight | In Local »

The Homecoming pep rally will be held in the gym throughout 7th period on Friday, Oct. 13. The rally will be divided into two parts and will be held with half of the school population attending each, depending on the students' classroom number and floor.

Harvard ends early action with class of 2012

By Julia Mazerov, Clement Yang | Sept. 16, 2006, midnight | In Local »

Harvard University announced Sept. 12 that it will discontinue its non-binding early action program for applicants in the fall of 2007. School officials believe the switch will "level the playing field" by reducing the disadvantages faced by low-income students and minorities, according to a Sept. 13 "Chicago Tribune" article. Harvard will be the first of the nation's universities to completely eliminate all early admission procedures from its application process.

A stomping good story

By Clement Yang | Aug. 2, 2006, midnight | In Movies »

"What goes around comes around." This tenet of wisdom proved especially true for Lucas Nickle (voiced by Zach Tyler), the protagonist in Warner Brother's fabulous new computer-generated flick, "Ant Bully."