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MSA volunteers at UCLA hospital

Lauren Hannani staff writer Starting next month, the Medical Science Academy (MSA) will be given the chance to volunteer at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center for the second year in a row. However, this time, UCLA is offering the class a program created exclusively for MSA students. Last year, students could volunteer at the […]

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Senior takes on student board member role

Vivian Geilim opinon editor Once surrounded by the familial faces of his peers in ASB, senior Jonathan Artal takes the next step in voicing his thoughts as he officially becomes the 2017-2018 student board member. Since his freshman year, Artal has been involved with various leadership roles through his participation in ASB. It was during Artal’s junior […]

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Mead brings experience, enthusiasm to new administration

Jason Harward co-editor-in-chief Mark Mead is the boss. But, instead of changing his style for his new position, Mead continues to preach collaboration and positivity, important traits during construction and administrative turnover. Mead’s background as an English teacher, wrestling coach, ASB and Link Crew advisor and assistant principal gives him a unique perspective on how to […]

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New math teacher brings varied interests to profession

Jamie Kim co-editor-in-chief There are some who say that math is an art form, and new math teacher Ara Melikian has long ago found a way to balance both math and art in his life. Melikian believes that his many interests, such as art, public transportation and, of course, math, are integral to understanding his multifaceted […]

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New teacher discovers love for Spanish culture

Lauren Hannani staff writer Spain, Argentina, Mexico, Peru, Ecuador. These countries are only some of the places checked off on Spanish teacher Autumn Anderson’s travel list. Her all-time favorite, however, is Spain, one of the rare countries on her list that she has traveled to more times than she can remember. Although she has now […]

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Girls tennis opens season, gains experience with scrimmage

Sam Bernstein staff writer Tennis season kicked off yesterday, Aug. 29, when the girls varsity team played a home scrimmage against the West High School [Torrance] Warriors. Junior Claire German, who’s going into her second year on varsity, stressed the importance of these early season scrimmages for getting into the right mindset for the league […]

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AP teachers teach fun, unique lessons after exam

Lauren Hannani staff writer Advanced Placement exams are over, which also means that studying from a textbook in an AP class has officially come to an end. However, with unique projects, assignments and activities, AP teachers are not letting their students slack off during these last few weeks of school. AP U.S. History teacher Dan […]

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Freshman Gillis takes girls basketball by storm

Sam Bernstein staff writer As the point guard on the varsity girls basketball team, Arbri Gillis led the team to a 22-10 record in the regular season and then went on to dominate in the postseason and win the CIF Division 4A Championship. She won the team’s Player of the Year award and says her […]

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Students use Crash Course as learning tool

Lauren Hannani staff writer Studying methods can be different for everybody. Rereading the book, taking practice tests and reviewing notes have always been common ways to study before a test. But recently, students have been using another resource to help them cram before a big exam: Crash Course. Made by different YouTubers, such as John […]

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Club interacts with community through service, field trips

Lauren Hannani staff writer Although social media is a popular base for networking among teenagers, the Interact club members network with others by attending annual community events and activities every year.  The club, which has been at the high school for decades, works closely with the Rotary Club of Beverly Hills to contribute to citywide […]

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