The Love of My Life

Stumbling upon a locker full of journals in B building that date back to the class of ‘98. The Word, has encountered the memoirs of a former student named Miranda. We publish an entry about devotion to you, unedited, in the spirit of Valentine’s Day. by Zyanya Fuentes (Staff Writer) – 02/12/18 Everything I do for John is completely and utterly normal for girlfriends to do. I mean, who wouldn’t get a tattoo of his…

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Authentic Mexican Red Pozole

Exploring Mexican culture through food by Gaby Quintero (Staff Writer) – 12/14/17 Here is an example of what the finished result of pozole looks like A common traditional Mexican dish that is made during the holiday season is pozole, a Mexican soup that is made throughout the year but is highly popular during the cold days of Christmas and New Year’s. Pozole is a spicy chicken soup that is garnished with green lettuce, radish slices, dried…

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Throw-Block Party

New event at Kennedy inspired by the roaring 20’s by Kathy Garcia (Layout Editor) – 9/25/17 A Block Party, a new event that was planned by student leadership, on September 22, 2017 was held at the quad after the football game to bring together students and give an insight on what is to come throughout the school year. It’s common for residents of the block or neighborhood to come together and throw what is called…

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Lockers at Kennedy

Why students are not allowed to use lockers By Karina Garcia (Editor and Chief) -3/14/17 Freshman Kaitlyn Melendez goes about her day sometimes with arms sore because she has to carry books around due to not having a place to store them for the day. She also worries that they might get mixed up with one of her peer’s textbook. Students at Kennedy High School have not been allowed to use lockers for a number…

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