Fundraising for Senior Year

Senior Council is working hard to make senior year both enjoyable and affordable by Ashkan Ghiassi (OP/ED Editor) – 11/5/15 Senior year is filled with many activities such as prom, powderpuff, and the senior carnival; these activities all cost money which is why Senior Council is collecting funds through a variety of fundraisers.

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A Fair Day for a Faire

The Community Came Out for the Granada Hills Street Faire by Andrew Hernandez (News Editor) – 11/4/15 Residents and visitors of all kinds came out to the Granada Hills Street Faire and Custom & Classic Car Show to enjoy a day of live entertainment, food, and fun.

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Is SAT prep worth it?

Is it worth studying for the new and upcoming SAT exam? by Hashir Imran (Staff Writer) – 10/28/2015 In order to become successful by getting into a college or university to chase their dreams, students have to do well in school and on the SAT, an exam which every student in high school takes in order to apply for a college to continue on their education. In order to increase college choices and options, a…

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Turning Off the Faucet

California’s worst drought yet by Alexis Miranda (Staff Writer) – 10/13/15 Spreading throughout Southern California, the scorching heat wave has left many people, along with the students at Kennedy, parched. This heat wave would have not been as bad if California was not in the crisis of its current drought.

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Sizzling New Cinema

Taking a trip down movie lane this summer by Rey Galvan (Staff Writer) – 5/20/15 This summer, Hollywood is about to roll in some of the hottest and the most anticipated films of 2015.

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