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MSA expresses gratitude to Cedars-Sinai

Natasha Dardashti staff writer A big thank you was given by the Medical Science Academy (MSA) to Cedars-Sinai in the EDC for allowing volunteer work for the past four years. This ceremony was held by students and Colleen Lynch, the MSA Coordinator, where they expressed gratitude toward the hospital at Cedars-Sinai for allowing them to volunteer […]

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DECA maintains reputation, places high in Anaheim

Ben Shofet, Business Manager In their first competition of the year, DECA traveled to Anaheim on Jan. 8 to compete in a district competition against nearly 60 other schools from across Southern California in a myriad of competitions all pertaining to business. During the three day conference, over 100 students from Beverly participated in role plays, […]

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Due to lack of funds, Beverly construction postponed

Keith Stone staff writer Vivian Geilim staff writer The School Board recently decided to temporarily table the construction plans at Beverly in order to focus financial resources on completing the construction at Horace Mann, the first phase of construction at El Rodeo and some minor repairs at Beverly Vista. The money will also be diverted […]

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Low enrollment could affect electives, administration says

Juliette Deutsch, co-editor-in-chief Sophia Goldberg, staff writer Natasha Dardashti, staff writer Lauren Hannani, staff writer Enrollment has dropped since 2010 from roughly 2,000 students to 1,593. Although solutions are being looked at for increasing the number of students enrolled, some electives and teachers may be cut in the process. As of now, there is no […]

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Albion Street charity event gives students perspective

Article by Sydney Tran, staff writer Photos by Guy Ginsberg, co-editor-in-chief Albion Street Elementary School, Beverly’s sister school in East Los Angeles, has welcomed Beverly students to their campus for 86 consecutive years. On this annual day, Beverly students bring gifts for the Albion Street students and partake in a day full of holiday fun […]

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Beverly students #PrayForParis on social media

Keith Stone, staff writer People around the world are circling their online wagons following recent terrorist attacks around the world that left 130 people dead and more than 350 people injured in Paris alone. For example, Enda Kenny, an Irish politician, tweeted that, “This is a shocking attack on humanity. Our thoughts and prayers are […]

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Normans react to global rash of terrorist attacks

Nirav Desai, staff writer In addition to the claiming of 130 lives, the recent terrorist attacks in Paris have spurred some to call into question why international attention has been focused largely on the events of Nov. 13 rather than on similar massacres that occurred in the past month in other areas of the world. […]

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Future of Thrifty Ice Cream in doubt, Walgreens noncommittal

Nirav Desai staff writer Thrifty Ice Cream, a longtime Los Angeles treat, is in danger of melting away into discontinuity after Walgreens’ $17.2 billion purchase of Rite Aid Pharmacy. Thrifty, the award-winning staple of Southern California drugstores for 75 years, may not survive the impending merger of the two corporations, which will officially combine to […]

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Karen Setian remembers his late son

Evan Minniti staff writer Car crashes are the number one cause of teenage death in America, according to the Administrative Office of the Courts of California.That statistic hits closer to home than some may think. In 2006, fellow Beverly student Vahagn Setian was only seventeen when lost his life in a drunk driving accident. Setian’s […]

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Model UN delegates triumphant at annual BruinMUN

Lauren Hannani staff writer Members of Model UN were given several awards for competing against schools such as Mira Costa High School and Palos Verdes High School at UCLA’s annual BruinMUN conference on Nov. 14 and 15.     Junior Cathy Lee, sophomore Jonathan Artal, and freshmen Adriel Ghadoushi and Eli Boudaie left the campus with […]

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