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Long-term injuries alter course of girls soccer season

Rinesa Kabashi photo editor Due to severe injuries, the girls the girls varsity soccer team has a total of three players out for the season and one returning in January. Now that the girls are off the field, the rest of the team will need to play different positions step up for the team. Although […]

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Clubs work toward success

Lauren Hannani culture editor Club flyers: they’re everywhere. Whether the meetings involve raising money for a cause or watching anime during lunch, there seems to be a club for almost every kind of hobby or interest. Club Day is one of the most crowded events of the year, bringing together over 115 clubs and countless students every […]

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ASB preps for Winter formal

Rinesa Kabashi  Winter Formal, the capstone to a week full of semester finals, is right around the corner. Formal, of which the theme is “Hollywood”, will be held at the El Rey theatre on Dec. 20 from 7p.m. to 10 p.m. Students with an ASB card can buy their tickets at the price of $45, […]

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National French Week celebrations aspire to bring light to French culture

Catherine Gagulashvili staff writer In L.A. County, with a French-speaking population of 38,600 people, the organizers of National French Week, celebrated across the nation from Nov. 1-7, made an effort to be heard and recognized for their celebrated language and culture. National French Week, being celebrated on campus from Dec. 6-8, is to include the […]

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#MeToo: the stories and practices behind a movement

Administration limited in power when dealing with off-campus sexual misconduct Find the opinion article on the #MeToo Movement here. Catherine Gagulashvili staff writer Evan Minniti staff writer Vivian Geilim opinion editor Sexual misconduct is a “hot button” issue at the moment. Politicians, actors, comedians and media giants have faced allegations of sexual misconduct, often from […]

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Community service encourages students, provides satisfaction

Sophia Goldberg sports editor Recognition for community service comes in all forms, from certificates to the overall fulfilling feeling students get from helping those in need and connecting with others. One way Beverly helps students earn recognition for their community service is the President’s Volunteer Service Award. Students can compile their community service hours in […]

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BREAKING NEWS: Administration keeps schools open, will continue to monitor air quality

Jason Harward co-editor-in-chief With three major fires burning in Southern California and a mandatory evacuation area stretching as far into West Los Angeles as the UCLA campus, Superintendent Michael Bregy is staying on top of the constantly evolving wildfire situation. “We are in contact with the police chief and our police officer liaison to keep in […]

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ASB amends by-laws in hopes of more ‘efficient’ class

Jason Harward co-editor-in-chief Two new amendments to the Associated Student Body (ASB) Constitution were approved Wednesday, Nov. 29. The first reduces the number of elected officials per class from five to four, while the second changes commissioner positions from year-long to semester-long. Commissioner positions, which are currently selected by blind application at the beginning of […]

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Anti-bullying efforts administered, analyzed

Vivian Geilim Opinion Editor Brian Harward Staff Writer District stalls on updated bullying code, awaits new information Nearly three months after after the board’s discussion of bullying, there have been no changes to the district’s policy against bullying. During the Aug. 22 board meeting, board member Noah Margo said that he felt the district was not tough […]

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Graphic design project provides students political voice

Jason Harward co-editor-in-chief After the Las Vegas shootings brought gun violence to the center of the political stage, art teacher Michael Federman allowed his graphic design students to add their voice to the debate by making a poster taking a stance on some part of gun control legislation. Federman believes learning graphic design goes hand in […]

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