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From injuries to perseverance, track star commits to Georgetown

Jamie Kim, staff writer When he first arrived at Beverly, senior Raehaan Poonja’s main interest was playing under the Friday night lights on the football field. However, it was on the track which surrounds the field that he found his greatest strengths. After devoting four years to practices and training sessions, senior Raehaan Poonja committed […]

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President sheds light on HeartShare, community service art club

Sophia Goldberg, staff writer Judy Kim, president and founder of HeartShare Club, meets every Saturday alongside her fellow club members to help those in need socialize and relax by making art. The HeartShare Club’s mission, according to Kim, is to teach art to the less fortunate, to paint for free for people in need and to […]

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Senior nominated for Prudential Spirit of Community Award

Sophia Goldberg, staff writer By using her many forms of community service involvement, senior Judy Kim was selected as a local honoree for the Prudential Spirit of Community Award. Kim will move on to the next steps and the ability to get to Washington D.C. to hear from famous speakers by passing through the state […]

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Tennis player serves a ‘yes’ to UMass Amherst

Jamie Kim, staff writer Top 15 or higher in her age divisions throughout her years in Southern California? Check. Playing number one on Beverly’s team for three consecutive years? Check. Consistently ranking as a top national player? Check. With 10 years of experience, for she started at the age of seven, in the sport of […]

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Drawing club combines elements of art and psychology

Eleanor Bogart-Stuart staff writer Keith Stone staff writer When you think of art, you think of Picasso, sculptures, or maybe even your favorite cartoon. But for sisters Alexandra and Victoria Lamas, a senior and junior, respectively, when they think of art, they connect it to psychology. This is the basis for their club Draw Your […]

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Mock Trial adds new approach to debate

Sophia Goldberg staff writer Learning public speaking skills and analyzing the justice system’s structure are the basic skills future businessmen and lawyers need to form. Now, students can join the Mock Trial Club to better these skills while interacting with their peers. With around 20 members who participate weekly, co-presidents Cecilia Amato and Hannah Knecht work together […]

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Dancer makes ‘pointe,’ takes position as trainee for professional ballet company

Jamie Kim staff writer Her eyes were fixated on the screen as she was entranced by Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen’s ballet party in the movie, “You’re Invited to Mary-Kate and Ashley’s Ballet Party.” This moment 12 years ago defined the beginning of a dream she would never cease to chase. In January of 2016, senior […]

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Photography sparks creativity in junior

Natasha Dardashti staff writer Since she was 10-years-old, junior Andrea Di Battista has always had a camera in her hands. Her years of photography were heavily supported by her grandfather. Upon finding out about Di Battista’s interest in photography, he gave her his own film camera. “He gave it [the film camera] to me the […]

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Hilarity of ‘Fuddy Meers’ begins tonight

Max Yera staff writer The Theatre Arts Workshop (TAW) will premiere its second fall play “Fuddy Meers” tonight at 7:00 p.m. in the Salter Family Theater in what will be the first of three previews. “Fuddy Meers” is a dark comedy that follows the abduction of an amnesiac named Claire as she encounters various amusing […]

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Pole vaulter Amanda Block ‘swings’ an acceptance to Brown University

Sadie Hersh, co-editor-in-chief After spending her many days of her high school career lifting weights, running and training at UCLA, senior pole vaulter Amanda Block has earned acceptance to Brown University for fall 2016. Block started pole vaulting in 8th grade, but her path to this sport came by way of gymnastics. “I competed in […]

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