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Student leaders take on responsibilities

Eleanor Bogart-Stuart culture editor Lauren Hannani feature editor Rinesa Kabashi staff writer With many clubs and extracurricular activities at school come many determined leaders. As their interests later became their passions, some students took over the responsibilities of big groups with big goals. One of the extracurriculars that requires a dedicated leader is Watchtower. Senior Andrea Di Battista, […]

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Guide to the 2016 ASB Elections

Below you will find candidates running opposed in the 2016-17 ASB elections. All of the positions not mentioned in this post are running unopposed. Students can vote through Jupiter Grades by clicking on the section “Tests and Lessons” section. Voting opened today and will close this Thursday. Head Row President Noah Lee    “I have an unparalleled, burning […]

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PSA: Gel and glitter burn quicker

Keith Stone staff writer Recently, there has been a massive upswing in the popularity of phone cases that have sparkles and glitter that move around in gel. Walk through the halls of Beverly, and all around people are tilting phones left and right, up and down, to watch shapes move around on the back of […]

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”The Martian” Blasts Off!

Evan Minniti staff writer Mars is not a fun less place to live. It’s cold, the air is unbreathable, and everything is a really really ugly shade of light brown. And yet, for some reason, NASA wants to put people on this planet. In Ridley Scott’s ‘’The Martian’’, Astronaut Mark Watney is stranded on Mars, […]

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El Niño brings rain to Southern California

Sophia Goldberg staff writer A rare, unpredictable guest will soon be knocking on our Pacific Coast, with the gift of much-needed rain. El Niño in 2015-2016 is predicted to come as one of the strongest El Niño storms ever recorded. El Niño, as defined by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), is a two […]

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Junior dives into Olympic trials

  Lauren Hannani, cub writer Sydney Tran, cub writer As the Olympic games of 2016 approach, one particular student dives into practice in order to qualify in the global sporting event. Training and competing her way to the competition, junior Amy Okada hopes to earn a spot on the United States Olympic swim team next […]

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Norman perceptions of social media

Evan Minniti cub writer Through the rise of the smartphone, social networking sites have had a huge impact on America’s teenage population. According to a recent Nielsen survey, 58 percent of American teenagers own a cellphone. Another survey from the Pew Research Center said that an even larger number, 78 percent, of teenagers aged 12 to […]

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