Cultural Traditions

Different holiday celebrations by Brandon Almazan (Business Manager) – 12/14/17 Cultural traditions can be unique in their own ways, but not everyone is aware of the different celebrations. In Mexico, they have El Dia de Los Reyes Magos instead of Christmas. They are referred to as the three wise men who followed the star of Bethlehem. They arrived with their gifts of gold as they visited Baby Jesus after his birth. This holiday is celebrated…

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DIY Pumpkin Bats

A way to revamp your Halloween Pumpkin by: Elizabeth Santos (Staff Writer) 10/31/17 This Halloween, change up your carving pumpkins tradition by instead painting and creating pumpkin bats. Halloween has many traditions people love to participate in. Whether it be dressing up as anything but yourself or giving out candy at night, there’s something for everyone. One of the more popular traditions includes carving pumpkins into decorative jack-o-lanterns to be placed outside to show to…

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Kennedy Students Meet “Hamilton”

The Hamilton field trip for Kennedy students by  Elizabeth Santos Bosch (Staff Writer) – 11/03/17 John F. Kennedy students will get the chance to view the famous Hamilton musical this November at the Pantages Theater on Hollywood Boulevard. Only 60 students are allowed to go to the field trip, which will be all day on Thursday, November 2nd, when the selected few will get a chance to view the musical and meet the cast in…

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Global Warming in Los Angeles

Climate change is going to affect the city by Gurpreet Grewal (Sports Editor) – 9/5/17 Climate change exists, due to rising temperatures and sea levels in Los Angeles, and there will be an effect on the city’s mild summers. According to experts, the Los Angeles area is expected to become warmer leading up to the year 2050. Higher temperatures caused by smog will lead to health problems, such as cardiovascular and lung diseases. Climate change…

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Providing Opportunity to Improve Physical Health

A grant of $50,000 is given to Kennedy to build a new fitness center By Alexis Miranda (Special Features Editor) -3/16/17 With the help of the Joseph Drown Foundation and UCLA, Kennedy has unveiled a new fitness center that is open to students, staff, and eventually, the community. The $50,000 grant that was given to Kennedy did not happen overnight. Due to a lack of any cardiovascular or aerobic equipment on campus and limited physical…

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