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Girls varsity basketball jumps into regular season

Ben Shofet, co-editor-in-chief In their first tournament of the regular season, the girl’s varsity basketball team faced off against seven other teams in the annual Culver City Tournament. “My team has a lot of talent and potential and will do amazing if we work and play as a team,” team co-captain Phoenix Goll said with confidence, […]

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Highlights sheds a new light on Thanksgiving

Family importance of Thanksgiving Isaiah Freedman sports editor Thanksgiving is a wonderful time to indulge in heavy, sleep-inducing food and warm, cozy family time around the blazing fire as the winds howl outside. (I have always thought Thanksgiving is better when it is cold outside and toasty warm inside.) But most importantly, Thanksgiving is a time […]

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Students use first amendment to protest presidential election

Vivian Geilim opinion editor When the nutrition bell rang on Nov. 15, many students rushed to the second floor patio, eager to witness the assembled protest as a result of the most recent presidential election. Junior Christine Kim and friends composed a rally in order to protest the presidency of Donald J. Trump. “After Trump was […]

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Drum majors arrange new music for band

Sophia Goldberg business manager Aside from the normal fight songs during a football or basketball game, the band has begun to and continues to explore other, more recent songs to play during time-outs and halftime shows. Arrangements of songs such as “Closer,” “Can’t Stop the Feeling” and “All of the Lights” have already been performed at […]

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Guest writers: Beverly Vista eighth graders share opinions

Negative effect of construction site By: Hannah Sokolovsky This year at Beverly Vista a new field was installed and construction was begun. This Construction has been disrupting classes and is not good for student’s health. The debris from the construction site like cement, wood and more can be harmful to the students and teachers. Many […]

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Tennis star courts ticket to CIF

Jamie Kim news editor Despite being one of the youngest players on the girls varsity tennis team, freshman Hannah Kimura brought hard-earned skill and dedication to the game. Kimura, who has been playing played tennis for five years, will be the only girl on the team advancing to the first round of girls tennis singles […]

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Student poll workers assist community

Natasha Dardashti multimedia editor Though the majority of high schoolers are unable to participate directly in the election process through voting, a few juniors and seniors made an impact on the community in their own way through volunteer work. With the implementation of the poll worker program, students were able to reach out to their […]

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Technology gains momentum in 1:1 goal

Jamie Kim news editor In addition to the 400 laptops purchased last year, more laptops and other technological gadgets are being ordered to modernize of the school. Paralleling the district’s initiative to have a 1:1 ratio of students to personal electronic devices, such as iPads and laptops, the high school’s plan has gained momentum in achieving […]

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Seniors say their goodbyes

  Rinesa Kabashi staff writer Priscilla Hopper staff writer Students and parents gathered on the football field as they watched the football and cheer teams seniors walk across the field on Nov. 4. For cheer co-captain Briana Perez, it was overall an emotional night. “I was so emotional, but my makeup was so nice so I couldn’t […]

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Waterpolo sinks to El Segundo late in season

Natasha Dardashti multimedia editor Varsity boys water polo lost to El Segundo 8-16 on Oct. 25. Though defense was strong for three quarters, the game started to slip away in the fourth quarter as El Segundo increased its lead. “The team gave a good effort on defense and we tried our hardest to stop the […]

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