The problem with the non-gendered bathroom “solution”

Why non-gendered bathrooms are not such a great idea By Autumn Morrison (Co-Editor in Chief) -8/27/16 Growing tensions regarding the allowance of transgendered people in the bathroom of the gender they identify with versus the sex they were assigned at birth have resulted in much discussion on the topic. While many solutions have been proposed to remedy the issue, one of the most popular solutions is converting all public bathrooms to unisex or gender neutral….

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A Sky Full of Stars at Graduation

The 2K16 Graduation experience By Karina Garcia (Co-Editor in Chief) 8/20/16 It was a time for reflection because graduation day for The Titans finally arrived on Thursday, June 9th. The evening started off with all the seniors meeting in the big gym with their corresponding advisories where they took pictures with their friends before the big ceremony. The upperclassmen were welcomed when they walked down the field while the Kennedy concert band played “El Capitan”…

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Dance Leadership

The Process and Effort of Being a Dance Leader By Claudia Delgadillo (Features Editor) -7/4/16 The definition of the word “leadership” normally brings to mind captains, teachers, coaches, bosses, and so on. But none of these really define being a leader. Being a leader is the most important role in any organization. It’s the position that sets goals for the team as a whole, and the leader commits most of their time and effort to succeeding…

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Technology: Education’s Assistant or Distraction?

Technology is possibly interfering with learning. By Andrea Ortiz (Staff Writer) -7/2/16 Technology is being seen more and more in the classroom each day, but does the use of the latest gadgets encourage students to learn, or do the smartphones keep the learners from the learning? There are many benefits from having technology within the classroom; many agree upon the fact that although traditional teaching has worked for previous generations, the world is a new,…

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Japan Trip Takes Flight

Kennedy students’ opportunity for a new adventure in 2017 By Alexis Miranda (Special features editor) -6/27/16 Knowing how to live, or as the French would say savoir vivre, is a phrase that Madam Denise Dupré teaches to her French students as a life lesson. With a politeness that travels across every border and is present in every country, Dupré is hoping to expose Kennedy students to this idea by taking them to Japan in the…

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