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Albion Street charity event gives students perspective

Article by Sydney Tran, staff writer Photos by Guy Ginsberg, co-editor-in-chief Albion Street Elementary School, Beverly’s sister school in East Los Angeles, has welcomed Beverly students to their campus for 86 consecutive years. On this annual day, Beverly students bring gifts for the Albion Street students and partake in a day full of holiday fun […]

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Beverly Hills Animal Society reaches out to animals in need

Natasha Dardashti, staff writer A new club concerned for the well-being of animals has surfaced. The Beverly Hills Animal Society, run by Tamar Simone and Veronica Pahomova, is new to the club scene this year. The club is mostly affiliated with No-Kill Los Angeles (NKLA), a campaign directed toward preventing the deaths of unwanted animals […]

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Sophomore aids community through Operation U.S.A

Eleanor Bogart-Stuart culture editor Many students spend their free time focusing on grades, relationships, or even partying. Sophomore Shayan Alavy is one of the few who spends his free time for something that will help the greater good: community service. Meet Operation USA: A non profit charity organization designed to support and advance third world […]

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Pencils of Promise club on the rise

Karen Shilyan, staff writer Pencils of Promise is an organization that builds schools, programs and global communities around the common goal of education for all. Their mission is to provide every child with the access to a quality education, regardless of economic circumstances. The charity began when Adam Braun, a Brown University graduate, asked one […]

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Students to provide books for Mongolian school

Brenda Mehdian, staff writer From Nov. 30 print edition When students walk past the Lili and John Bosse Library, they expect to see shelves upon shelves of books behind the glass window. Imagine someone going into the library and seeing half-filled and empty shelves before them. Such a sight is normal to students at Temuulel […]

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