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From Educated To Educator

From Educated To Educator

Christine Chung, Staff Writer May 2, 2023

Seniors participating in the Teaching Academy this year have the opportunity to work for LAUSD in the near future after they receive the necessary curriculum required to educate children.  These preliminary...

How Art Class Can Help Mental Health

How Art Class Can Help Mental Health

Monica Hernandez, Staff Writer May 2, 2023

What many people don’t know is that therapists everywhere use art as a method for patients to resolve their thoughts and emotions. It allows people to express themselves and let their minds be free....

Club Promotion Should Be Better

Victoria Jimenez, Staff Writer April 26, 2023

 Kennedy’s clubs don’t get promoted enough for students to know what kind of benefits they could get by joining the clubs. We have club rushes twice a year, one each semester but to be honest, I don’t...

National College Signing Day Needs a New Day

Miles Gardin, Layout Editor April 26, 2023

May 1st is the impending date high school seniors across the country have to make a life-impacting decision. National College Decision Day, also referred to as College Signing Day, is a rite of passage... Is Beneficial for Students K-12

Connor I. Castro, Staff Writer April 19, 2023 is a website that students can use to ask for assistance in terms of their schoolwork. is able to provide 1-to-1 online tutoring sessions in both English and Spanish. manages...

A gamer raging out at Modern Warfare 2

Modern Warfare 2 Sucks

Victoria Jimenez, Staff Writer April 19, 2023

   Modern Warfare ll only has a well-balanced campaign not multiplayer, resulting in the sad truth that the game was underdeveloped and could’ve been better. It was over-hyped and many people, including...

Fowlks preparing brownies for Cougar Cafe

Jasmine Fowlks Retiring After 22 Years of Service at Kennedy

Connor I Castro, Staff Writer March 30, 2023

Jasmine Fowlks, a staff member for the Special Ed department and helper for the Cougar Cafe, is retiring.       Fowlks has been to four countries throughout her life, with one of those countries...

Do Tests Really Matter?

Andrew A. Beltran, Staff Writer March 7, 2023

  Tests are intended to show schools and teachers a student’s academic progress and success or failures, but is it really the best way to evaluate a student? For a long time, many believed that to...

Setting Up Their Season

“Setting” Up Their Season

Enzo Mendoza, Staff Writer March 6, 2023

Volleyball season is just around the corner, and athletes have to do an extreme amount of conditioning to get them ready for the tough season they have to face. A volleyball athlete's average day is...

Future out of Kennedy

Christine Chung, Staff Writer March 6, 2023

The goal of schools is to prepare their students for their future, yet many  students at Kennedy struggle with this issue and wonder what students can do to prepare. Students at Kennedy are being pushed...

SEIU workers at a protest

Escalating Tensions Leading to a Possible Strike

Abigail Brown, Social Media Editor March 6, 2023

A strike from LAUSD workers will be happening. Again.     The approved strike on its way is not the first that several teachers and some LAUSD workers have participated in, some have occurred...

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