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Congresswoman will attend Beverly club meeting

Evan Minniti staff writer Congresswoman Karen Bass from California’s 37th District will be attending the Countable Club’s first meeting in the Salter Theatre on April 21 during fourth period. Countable Club, formed by sophomore Adriel Ghadoushi, aims to get the student body more interested in politics and arrange for students to talk to elected representatives. […]

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Lieu to speak as keynote

Lucas Harward, staff writer Newly-elected congressman Ted Lieu will be the keynote speaker for this year’s Career Day on April 1, according to ROP/CTE director Cindy Dubin. In the most recent midterm elections to elect the 114th Congress, Lieu, a democrat, defeated republican Elan Carr to become the congressional representative for the 33rd district of […]

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Government shutdown for Normans: Understanding politics with Hinojosa

Dami Kim, culture editor Campers at national parks were informed to leave within two days. Tourists at national museums were welcomed by closed doors with a notice to leave immediately.   Government shutdown. What does this term actually mean? According to the Congressional Research Service, there have been 17 government partial shutdowns since 1977, and […]

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