Tina Slips Away

Kennedy suffers a defeat against the Granada Highlanders by Gurpreet Grewal (Sports Editor) – 9/26/17 The Kennedy Cougars show determination before their game The Kennedy football team attempted to continue their winning streak against their rivals, the Granada Highlanders, with a new game plan and revised tactics. The game was held on Friday, September 15th at Granada Hills Charter High School. The Granada Highlander’s defeated the Cougars (63-21) on Friday. Last season the Kennedy boys…

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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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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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The End of a Television Era

The cancellation to Netflix’s original series is a devastating blow to television by Caridad Valle (Entertainment Editor) – 8/31/17 Sense8 was recently cancelled by Netflix, and the result of that is the death of a television show that was able to fully represent diversity and current social issues. Netflix CEO Reed Hasting publicly said that he wanted the company to “take more risk.” Although Sense8 took the risk that no other television has ever attempted…

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Kennedy’s Struggle with Academics

 A student’s perspective on Kennedy’s low academics by Mechelle Haro – 7/31/17 School is finally out and after four years at Kennedy High School, I can finally say that my time at Kennedy was a strange one. From teachers that seemed to care little for students to students that seemed to lose their manners as the years went by, Kennedy had its own array of problems to deal with. Don’t get me wrong, I loved Kennedy…

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