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SLIDESHOW: Blood drive

Vivian Geilim opinion editor “Alright man, get ready! Give me a couple squeezes with that arm. Squeeze, squeeze, squeeze, squeeze and look away, if you want to.” a registered nurse from UCLA said. This was repeated throughout the day on November 30 at the Beverly Hills High School annual blood drive. The line to donate was […]

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Model UN attends annual UCLA conference

Lauren Hannani culture editor The Model United Nations (MUN) team brought home several awards this past weekend after participating in UCLA’s annual BruinMUN conference. Freshmen Maya Mejia and Aasha Sendhil won an Honorable Mention, while freshman Alya Mehrtash and sophomore Michaela Forouzan took home Outstanding. However, for Mejia, the most fulfilling part was not winning […]

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MSA volunteers at UCLA hospital

Lauren Hannani staff writer Starting next month, the Medical Science Academy (MSA) will be given the chance to volunteer at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center for the second year in a row. However, this time, UCLA is offering the class a program created exclusively for MSA students. Last year, students could volunteer at the […]

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Meet Westwood’s Favorite Deli, Fat Sal’s

Jason Harward, staff writer AJ Wolken, staff writer Fat Sal’s is the heart of late night foods and the innovator of restaurants, putting as many fried foods as possible in its sandwiches. Although the “Fat Sandwiches” are the fan favorites, Fat Sal’s also carries normal sandwiches, salads, burgers and more. It was started in Austin, […]

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Track and Field athletes recognized at UCLA Legends

Guy Ginsberg co editor in chief Eighteen track and field athletes were selected to compete in the UCLA Legends Track Invitational at UCLA on Friday, April 1. Amanda Block, Brandon Kim, Jonathan Cohen, Jason Cohen, Shimon Dubner, Yael Balakhane, Mohammed Abikenari, Raehaan Poonja, Noah Lee, Raustin Soltani, Stephanie Ancker, Zoe Hinton, Stanley Wu, Victoria Hanpham, […]

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Student-run nonprofit seeks to unlock students’ unlimited artistic potential

Sadie Hersh co-editor-in-chief Art is a form of self expression that can be produced in numerous styles of work from paintings to photographs. Junior Sofia Miller started Unlimited to bring these styles together and to give students across Los Angeles an opportunity to get involved in a professional art gala auction and give back to […]

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UC system to increase acceptance rate of in-state applicants

Jamie Kim staff writer A plan to boost the number of in-state undergraduates for the 2016-17 school year in all University of California (UC) schools will soon be underway. On Wednesday, Oct. 21, UC president Janet Napolitano announced this proposal, which she will fully discuss in more detail during the UC Board of Regent’s meeting […]

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Success shines on seniors, creates new opportunities

Jamie Kim, cub writer Graduation is nothing new. It happens every year, yet it still brings a frenzy of excitement and anxiousness. This year, with the other 3.3 million U.S. high school graduates, 429 Beverly seniors will flip their tassels from left to right and commence the next chapter of their lives. For these last […]

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Teachers look into past, towards future

Guy Ginsberg sports editor Lucas Harward staff writer Joanie Garratt U.S. History and Honors World History teacher Joanie Garratt began her teaching career at El Rodeo Middle School in 1993 and has been teaching at Beverly since 2007. In her 21 years working in the district, Garratt has felt a sweeping change in technology “Well when […]

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Students shadow medical staff at local hospital

Marguerite Alberts, staff writer From Nov. 30 print edition Three years ago, science teacher Colleen Lynch traveled with Dana Hills High School students to a healthcare facility where they volunteered for the Medical Science Program. Since seeing the program in action, Lynch has been working toward creating a similar program at Beverly. “That was when […]

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