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“Wingshooters” Hero Project inspires audience

Parmis Sahrapima, Web Co-Editor-in-Chief On June 5, the Hero Project featuring Nina Revoyr, the author of “Wingshooters,” was held in the Peters Auditorium. The hour-long session brought great excitement to students from both regular and honors English classes, as well as parents and staff members. The event also served as a great opportunity for those […]

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Math Analysis Computational Honors provides a unique environment to learn mathematics

Kevin Park, Staff Writer Math Analysis Computational Honors (MACH), run by math teacher Michel Paul, provides students an extraordinary environment for math class, involving both computer science and math. MACH has been successfully run since it debuted two years ago, with an enrollment of 80 students who are both interested in learning both math and […]

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AP U.S. History studies pop-culture

Alex Menache, Staff Writer As the year is swiftly coming to an end and Advanced Placement (AP) students have finally showcased their talents and skills through the 2012 AP exams. Beverly students take a variety of AP tests ranging from chemistry and calculus to art history and music theory, each one requiring distinct knowledge and […]

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Kings success exposes true hockey fans, reveals newcomers

Pasha Farmanara, Web Co-Editor-in-Chief The halls of Beverly are filled with chatter about sports, usually the NBA, NFL, MLB or various soccer leagues. One popular sport that gets no attention is hockey. Now that the Kings are in the Stanley Cup, Beverly’s true hockey fans are beginning to make their presence felt. Whether it is […]

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Private Second Class Leo Lee shares his experience in First City Rifle Corps

Kevin Park, staff writer Private Second Class Leo Lee wants to share his experience of airborne unit in First City Rifle Corps (FCRC), hoping to inspire more students who are interested in military career. FCRC, which Lee has been participating in for eight months, is an organization that provides an extensive opportunity to students to experience what […]

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KIWIN’s Club helps community, hopes to improve next year

Pasha Farmanara, Web Co-Editor-in-Chief In today’s world, it’s rare to find people willing to help out their community without any reward in return.  For anyone interested in helping out his or her community joining KIWIN’S may be a good choice. Every school’s KIWIN’S club turns into a family. Students are able to help their community, […]

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Photography club highlights various activities

Kevin Park, Staff Writer Photography Club, which meets on the last Friday of every month in room 255, though has successfully taken part in many activities including many field trips and lessons, still feels a hunger to move forward, expanding its activities and membership to a bigger scale.Even though Photography Club frequently takes part in […]

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Varsity tennis captain Drew Freeman leads by example

Pasha Farmanara, Web Co-Editor-in-Chief Being a student athlete is not easy. Having to manage AP classes, sports, and a competent social life is almost impossible. Students get home from away games as late as 7:30, with hours of homework awaiting them. It seems like a daunting, almost impossible task, but varsity tennis captain Drew Freeman […]

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Daniel Dalah wins entry at LA Jewish Film Festival

Robert Katz, Staff Writer The Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival recently accepted junior Daniel Dalah’s short film, One More Brother, to be showcased during their 2012 festival. The film was one of five student films to be selected and will be screened on May 6 at the Laemmle’s Town Center. Dalah will also take part in […]

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JFS runs successful programs, more upcoming

Zachary Fouladian, Staff Writer Jewish Family Service (JFS), one of the many Jewish clubs on campus, has had a big year. JFS is a branch of the Jewish Federation, a multi-chapter organization spanning the country, whose job is to help low income families. “Our mission is to help raise money for the organization and volunteer […]

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