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Marc(o) my words

Keith Stone staff writer Donald Trump might hate illegal immigrants, but the son of two Cuban immigrants is going to beat him in the Republican primaries. Marco Rubio may currently be in fourth place in most polls, with nine percent of the vote, but on election day, he’ll walk away as the next presidential nominee […]

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One should not be shamed for his/her music choice

Natasha Dardashti staff writer Here’s a concept: The sense of superiority you feel when someone tells you they adore Katy Perry, while you listen to Pink Floyd, is just an addition to the ridiculous “hipster” concept of hating trends. Here’s another concept: Music shaming is an absurd excuse for people to feel better about themselves. […]

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A girl’s take on fantasy football

Sadie Hersh co-editor-in-chief In the frenzy of football season, it seems that most guys are worried about their fantasy league and if they have the players to make up a winning team, while most girls I know worry less about the teams and more about their own fantasies of the boys who make these teams. […]

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Fantasy Football Forecast: Week Three Advice

This column is a part of a weekly series that offers Fantasy Football advice from Guy Ginsberg, Marty Schnapp, Jason Harward, Nirav Desai and Isaiah Freedman.   As usual, the first two weeks of fantasy football reveal a lot. Players who we believed to be non-factors have been studs, while players we thought would have […]

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The rise of the ‘Finsta’

Sadie Hersh co-editor-in-chief Recently, there has been a growing trend of “Finstagram” accounts which are created by teens in order to post whatever the user desires, under an alias. These “Finsta” accounts are tools of disassociation for many teenagers, consisting of posts that would not generally be deemed “appropriate,” ranging from images or videos capturing […]

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Fantasy Football Forecast: Week Two Advice

This column is a part of a weekly series that offers Fantasy Football advice from Guy Ginsberg, Marty Schnapp, Jason Harward, Nirav Desai and Isaiah Freedman. One of the most challenging questions to answer is whether or not a player’s Week One performance is indicative of how his full season will look. Some players take […]

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Students devoid of Norman Nation pride

Eleanor Bogart-Stuart staff writer It’s no secret that the students at Beverly are lacking in spirit. On our spirit Fridays, you’d be hard pressed to find even a glimpse of orange in the hallways. At our football games and other sports events, the stands are close to empty. It seems like students have simply given up. […]

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Fantasy Football Forecast: Week One Advice

This column is a part of a weekly series that offers Fantasy Football advice from Guy Ginsberg, Marty Schnapp, Jason Harward, Nirav Desai and Isaiah Freedman. Offseason moves, injuries and wear-and-tear make it difficult to decide which of your players to start for Week One of the fantasy football season. We have broken some of […]

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Degradation of high fashion: Supermodels

Juliette Deutsch, co-editor-in-chief Sydney Tran, staff writer The new wave of “supermodels” strays far from the standard set by international fashion icons of the latter half of the 20th century, such as Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell and Twiggy. These women revolutionized the fashion industry with their impeccable style and global recognition; however, there seems to […]

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Politicians battle for presidential candidacy

Sydney Tran, staff writer With candidates ranging from politically-established Hillary Clinton to former Comedy Central roastee Donald Trump to socialist Senator Bernie Sanders, the 2016 presidential primaries are highly anticipated. For those of you interested in politics or who will be able to vote in 2016, here’s my take on the leading poll candidates: Republicans […]

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