Welcoming Mrs. Streif

By Lalli Hernandez (OP/ED Editor) -9/29/16 Kennedy welcomes a new assistant principal who is ready to take on the responsibilities that come along with her title. A new assistant principal, Angelica Streif, has joined the Kennedy staff this fall semester and is playing a major role in keeping both students and teachers as comfortable and happy as possible this school year. After working with LAUSD for 16 years, coincidentally the same amount of years that…

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It’s Dandy to Be a Dandy

An interesting look inside the world of men’s style By Christian Gonzalez (Online Editor) 9/23/16 Today’s style trend for many men is t-shirts, blue jeans, and sneakers, however there are a select few that deem it absolutely unacceptable to dress this way.. It is this minority that believes the daily outfit must include something along the lines of a dress shirt, dress slacks, a pocket square, a bowtie, and a sports jacket. These men are…

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Freshmen Tailgate

A preview to this year’s freshmen tailgate  by Coleen Guillermo (Lifestyle Editor) -9/13/16 Every year Link Crew hosts an event to welcome the freshmen in hopes of bringing them together and giving them a chance to participate in school activities. Freshmen Tailgate kicks off the new school year allowing the students to loosen up with a variety of games. The event was held on September 16, the day of the Granada football game, to attract more…

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More than just an Adviser

The Glue that Holds Journalism Together By Maranda Bernal (Staff Writer) -9/2/16 In every unit, there’s always that beacon of light that leads its team out of darkness, the glue that holds them together, and the one that inspires them to do better. In Journalism, many of the staff writers of 2016 agree that the adviser and English Department Chairman, Timothy Ritenour, has been one of, if not the most important person, in guiding The…

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