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Sophomore library employee experiences school job

Lauren Hannani staff writer For most of us, the library serves as a place where we can rely on for some books, studying time, computers or even silence. But for sophomore Mallory Azziz working behind the desk, the library is more than just a quiet study place at school. As a student employee, Azziz helps […]

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Kobe’s career concludes, legacy lives on

Max Yera staff writer Kobe Bryant’s historic career in purple and gold came to an end in epic fashion this past Wednesday. The long awaited bittersweet finale was one for the ages as the Laker star concluded his career with a stellar 60-point performance and 101-96 victory over the Utah Jazz. “It was fun to […]

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Senior takes success octave higher

Natasha Dardashti social media editor In the fourth grade, most children spend their time eating ice cream and coloring, but to senior Julia Choi, the fourth grade signified the beginning of a major aspect in her life: piano. When she was only a sophomore, Choi competed in the highest division of piano sonata held by the […]

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Tefillin table promotes unity

Eleanor Bogart-Stuart staff writer Sydney Tran staff writer The final bell’s ring on Friday signifies the beginning of the weekend and the departure from a week at school. But for three rabbis-in-training, the final Friday bell symbolizes the start of fun. Although students may not know them by name, they can probably recognize Yossi Klein, Benjy Warmflash, […]

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March Madness mania among students makes mark

Nirav Desai, staff writer “March Madness” used to be sane. Originally referring to the simple unpredictability of the single-elimination NCAA basketball tournament, the phrase has joined the likes of “literally,” “dying” and “literally dying” as terms that have seen their meanings altered since the advent of the Internet. Previously, die-hard fans cried, stressed and cheered […]

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Stansbury resigns, leaves legacy

Isaiah Freedman staff writer Coach Charlie Stansbury has been a part of a multitude of programs over the past few years. He has been the varsity head football coach, DECA advisor and sports marketing teacher. Now, after three years of working at Beverly, he is resigning, effective immediately after spring break. Stansbury’s wife received a […]

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Humanitarian high schooler counsels underprivileged children

Eleanor Bogart-Stuart staff writer Junior Lana Schwartz does not spend her weekends like the average teenager. She can be found taking trips into the Angeles National Forest, where she serves as a counselor for the Harold Robinson Foundation. The Harold Robinson Foundation sends kids from underprivileged areas of Los Angeles to Canyon Creek to let […]

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ROP/CTE Coordinator wants to improve education at Beverly

Evan Minniti staff writer Students receive countless emails in their inbox each day. Whether it be from Jupiter Ed, robotic college admission advertisements or simply companies promoting silly expensive products, these emails are all coming from seemingly faceless figures you will likely never meet. With Career Day approaching, more emails have been coming, but these emails […]

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Students heads to D.C. for 2017 Presidential Inauguration

Ben Shofet, Business Manager Highlights: Can you tell me how you first got involved in the trip? Dan Moroaica: The trip itself is put an organization called Worldstrides and I’ve worked with them for a couple of years. We tried to organize a trip to the east coast two years ago, but we didn’t have enough […]

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Sophomore skates, scores into future college scholarship offers

Sophia Goldberg, staff writer With encouragement from her family members in a sport played by her brother, sophomore Dominique Petrie has developed as a hockey player on her all-boys team over the course of 11 years. Petrie practices in Westminster twice a week and in Anaheim once a week with Anaheim Junior Ducks Bantam AAA-1 […]

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