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Robotics team finishes strong at annual competitions

AJ Wolken staff writer The Robotics team, Mortorq, competed in its only two competitions of the year during spring break. They earned an eighth place finish out of 45 teams in Ventura, and a 20th place finish out of 60 teams in Long Beach. Although the team didn’t come out of the competition with any awards […]

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Embrace Your Beauty Mark/Active Minds Club promotes importance of mental health

Lauren Hannani staff writer Stress and anxiety can be common for students stuck in a strenuous work routine. However, the Embrace Your Beauty Mark/Active Minds Club hopes to lessen or prevent this struggle from occurring during the school year by boosting students’ mental health. After experiencing her own struggles in school, club president Rebecca Meshkani […]

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New leader of BSU sets new goals

Eleanor Bogart-Stuart culture editor Leadership of the Black Student Union, better known as BSU, is switching hands. Now that last year’s president Kenya James has graduated and is currently attending Clark Atlanta University, senior Tess Reinhardt has taken the reigns. “I established a relationship with Kenya last year and we both collaborated ideas for the […]

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Bianca Foundation teaches students life lessons

Lauren Hannani staff writer Since forming into a club this semester, the Bianca Foundation gives students a chance to talk to their peers about topics that most teenagers can relate to, such as parent stress and peer pressure. The club branches out from the larger Bianca Foundation, which is located in Los Angeles. Its main […]

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JFS gives back to community

Natasha Dardashti staff writer Clubs take many different shapes and sizes, but Jewish Family Services (JFS) isn’t just any other club. This small group unites once a month for the purpose of charity, volunteering at the food bank SOVA on Sundays in order to try to give back to the community. “It’s nice to know […]

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DECA maintains reputation, places high in Anaheim

Ben Shofet, Business Manager In their first competition of the year, DECA traveled to Anaheim on Jan. 8 to compete in a district competition against nearly 60 other schools from across Southern California in a myriad of competitions all pertaining to business. During the three day conference, over 100 students from Beverly participated in role plays, […]

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Drawing club combines elements of art and psychology

Eleanor Bogart-Stuart staff writer Keith Stone staff writer When you think of art, you think of Picasso, sculptures, or maybe even your favorite cartoon. But for sisters Alexandra and Victoria Lamas, a senior and junior, respectively, when they think of art, they connect it to psychology. This is the basis for their club Draw Your […]

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Club is always by students’ sides

Lauren Hannani staff writer Finding a sense of comfort or support during school hours is not an easy task for some students, but the By Your Side Club ensures that every special needs student is well equipped with a friend whom they can find a special connection with outside of home. After experiencing the SET […]

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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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Reps for Mongols focuses on building muscle mass, promotes foreign government-oppression awareness

Marty Schnapp staff writer Reps for Mongols hopes to lift the international “burden of oppression” by lifting weights. The club is still in its preliminary phase of development, and it is not yet fully approved to function on campus because it does not have a faculty sponsor.  But headed by seniors Raven Castro, Dan Park and […]

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