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Free food shouldn’t be offered by clubs as incentive for organizing meetings

Evan Minniti staff writer Clubs provide an important service for students on campus. They introduce students to new causes, new opportunities. They can help fundraise for charities, set up interesting events, set up jobs or internships, and teach students new ideas. With that said, it seems that many clubs prefer to entice people to come […]

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Clubs try to increase participation

Jude Binkley staff writer Clubs debuted on club day that were unfamiliar to students, and they struggle to gain more students and participation when they have not yet been ingrained into the Beverly culture. One of the new clubs is Girl Up, a club that started last year that would like to grow their outreach to more […]

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Beverly clubs fight for feminism

Sydney Tran, staff writer Wednesday marked the 95th anniversary of the granting of women’s suffrage in America as well as Club Day at Beverly. One sophomore and two juniors took to celebrating these events with the founding of two clubs dedicated to further promoting the feminist cause. Sophomore Shereen Kheradyar, and juniors Eleanor Bogart-Stuart and Katherine […]

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Tea & Talk brings current events to forefront

Jason Harward, staff writer During the school-wide event that is club day, clubs lined up and lured students to join their group. One of these, which for most of the event had a line in front of it, was Tea & Talk, a new club founded by sophomores Daniel Kohanbash and Jonathan Tansey. The club […]

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DECA begins internship program with Chamber of Commerce

Celine Rezvani, staff writer A brand new internship program will become available to members of DECA as the group teams up with the Chamber of Commerce of Beverly Hills for the first time. A Chamber of Commerce is a local association that protects and promotes the interests of a business community in an area. DECA […]

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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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Practice Model United Nations conference

Celine Hakimianpour, staff writer  The Model United Nations club will begin recruiting new members by hosting a practice Model UN conference on Dec. 8. The conference is open to any student at Beverly who is interested in representing an assigned country and discussing an international issue up for debate. This conference will also give students […]

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