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Senior makes impact with programming

Natasha Dardashti staff writer From assisting the computer science class to entering 24-hour competitions, senior Andrew Mokhtarzadeh has touched base with every opportunity to learn programming since the ninth grade. In his freshman year, Mokhtarzadeh joined the school’s fledgling Introduction to Coding class to expand on his childhood interest in computers. There, he learned the […]

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Student hacker strikes against Beverly

Keith Stone cub writer Students at Beverly have come to know these seven words very well. You are not connected to the Internet. These words have become a constant curse seen many times over the course of the last few months, making something very clear: a hacker at Beverly, is consistently crashing the school’s Internet and […]

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Volleyball defeats Lawndale in three

Celine Rezvani, staff writer Boys varsity volleyball was victorious over Lawndale on Thursday, March 19, clinching the victory after the first three games. The scores after the first three games were 25-5, 25-15 and 25-9. Though the Beverly team expected to win, senior Ibraaheem Agaba is proud of his team’s ability to show their dominance. […]

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Hackathons: a new era of technological breakthroughs

Ben Shofet, Graphics Editor When people think about hacking it is often associated with breaking into another’s website or social media account and using that information in malevolent manner. However, there is another form of hacking, in which people of all ages and backgrounds meet to create original, technology-based products. These events are often attended […]

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