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District continues to power through construction process

Ben Dahan news editor Lauren Hannani culture editor Students may be wondering why they are still sitting in bungalow classrooms while the school’s buildings supposedly are under construction but remain hollow and unconstructed. However, progress in construction has been happening behind the scenes, even though the changes are not yet physically noticeable. Over this last […]

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Spanish Club popularizes foreign language and culture at Beverly

Evan Minniti staff writer As of 2016, more than 40 million Americans speak Spanish as a first or second language, and more than half of American students choose to take Spanish as their foreign language class. Given the growing presence of Spanish language and culture in American society, it was only a matter of time before […]

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Normans for Israel club plans to welcome Palestinian speaker

Lauren Hannani culture editor As a pro-Israel club on campus, Normans for Israel usually spends their meetings listening to a guest speaker talk about current events in Israel or having conversations about how to counteract perceived anti-Israel propaganda. However, the club is planning on broadening its perspectives on the issue by inviting a Palestinian guest speaker […]

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District-wide fundraiser raises money for Harvey

Lauren Hannani culture editor Although the storms have passed, efforts to raise money for Houston after Hurricane Harvey’s significant damage are still underway. This now applies to our own school district as well, which has teamed up this month to bring quick and efficient relief to Texas. After the Category 3 hurricane came to an end […]

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Service Learning participates in ALS Walk

Lauren Hannani culture editor A group of Service Learning students commuted to USC Exposition Park on Sunday, Oct. 15, to attend the annual Walk to Defeat ALS event. In doing so, they cheered on teams of people who were walking for a person affected by Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) or who died because of it. […]

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Freshmen take on new library project

Lauren Hannani culture editor Every year, all freshmen are assigned the library project–an assignment that requires them to learn more about how to use the library and the resources it offers. Last year, the project was on hold while librarian Daniel Bradford transitioned into his first year at the school. However, Bradford and the English […]

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Club features new, innovative technology

Lauren Hannani staff writer Technology is all around us. Using our iPhones, tablets, and laptops during the day is the norm. However, products like self-lacing shoes and the “fire resistant” red iPhone 7 are not as accessible or affordable for all students. For the technology club, however, these innovative products are not only the main […]

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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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