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The art of walking; how Normans are doing it wrong A
 

The art of walking; how Normans are doing it wrong

Guy Ginsberg sports editor http://i.giphy.com/eUYW9ifpnzvPO.gif (The above Gif is essential to the understanding of this satirical article, please take a second to view it) The art of walking is one that is understood at quite a young age, and is perfected rather quickly during adolescence. If done correctly, walking serves the purpose of getting someone […]

A ‘Twisted’ Show

Karen Shilyan, business manager Students of Theatre Arts Workshop, along with director Annie Terry,  are crossing new barriers with the upcoming winter play, “Twisted Myths”. It is composed of original adaptations of popular stories from Greco-Roman mythology. The students crafted each piece from scratch, in conjunction with Terry’s guidance. The adaptations are unique in that […]

‘Selma’ provides deep, meaningful historical interpretation

Juliette Deutsch, co-editor-in-chief  “Selma”, a film directed by Ava DuVernay and produced by Oprah Winfrey, manages to depict a focal point in the Civil Rights Movement and American history. The film follows the events leading up to the 1956 march from Selma to Montgomery led by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (David Oyelowo). The film […]

‘Whiplash’ controls viewers through captivating acting, story

Guy Ginsberg, sports editor “Whiplash”, Damien Chizelle’s dark and jazzy thriller, follows the story of Andrew Neiman (Miles Teller), a tunnel-visioned, aspiring jazz drummer studying music at the Schaffer Conservatory under the infamous twistedly encouraging conductor Terence Fletcher (J.K. Simmons). The story illustrates a boy’s destruction through psychotic and abusive treatment from his conductor and […]

‘The Theory of Everything’ gives love new meaning

Lolita Gorbacheva, staff writer “The Theory of Everything” was awe-inspiring, majestic, sumptuous and delightful. The film was nominated for five Academy Award nominations, including Best Actor for Eddie Redmayne. A heartwarming yet heartbreaking journey, “The Theory of Everything” paints the beauty of a tragic love story. The film was marked by picturesque cinematography, as well […]

Broadcasting, cheer, culinary arts, radio teams compete in SkillsUSA competition

29 January 2015

Celine Rezvani, staff writer Several Beverly on-campus groups competed in the SkillsUSA competition on Saturday, Jan. 23. Students competed in various fields including broadcasting, cheer, culinary arts and radio. KBEV made its first appearance at the competition and won a handful of awards, earning two silver awards and one bronze award in news broadcasting, and […]

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Wrestling competes at 61st “Sam Boyd” California Invitational Tournament

29 January 2015

Marty Schnapp, news editor Beverly brought eight wrestlers to the 61st “Sam Boyd” California Invitational Tournament at Morro Bay High School on Jan. 23, and three of the eight qualified to compete on the second day of the tournament on Jan. 24. Senior Raven Castro, and juniors Ethan Grabel and Kyle Khalili were the three […]

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BREAKING: Principal Carter Paysinger to retire, run for Board

28 January 2015

Longtime Beverly Hills High School teacher, coach, administrator and principal, Carter Paysinger, will retire from his current position of principal at the end of this school year and has confirmed that he will run for a position on the Beverly Hills Board of Education. Paysinger commented, “At the time I filed the lawsuit against the […]

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Girls varsity basketball comes through with win against Samo

26 January 2015

Guy Ginsberg sports editor Girls varsity basketball was victorious against league rivals Samo by a score of 71-66 at Santa Monica High School on Friday, Jan. 23. Two of the three captains, point guards Jessica Melamed and Raina Castaneda, lead the game in scoring with 26 points each. This is the Lady Normans first league […]

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Wes Anderson does it all with ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’

25 January 2015

Jackson Prince, co-editor-in-cheif  Wes Anderson’s most recent disaster of utter brilliance was in the form of “The Grand Budapest Hotel”, nominated for its epicly picaresque journey and its unique lens upon an experience and an environment. What is delightful about this film is that, if a viewer held a remote to pause the movie, a […]

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‘American Sniper’ a sure shot to entertain

25 January 2015

Marty Schnapp, news editor  Clint Eastwood’s “American Sniper”does an excellent job in not only thrilling its audience with military action but also exploring the emotional struggles of Chris Kyle, whose time in Iraq cripples his home and family life. Bradley Cooper gives an outstanding performance (and one different from past roles) as Kyle, whose Manichean […]

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‘Imitation Game’ opens eyes to Turing’s heroics’

25 January 2015

Lucas Harward, staff writer “Imitation Game” chronicles the creation of a machine that not only changed people, but changed technology as well. The film tells the little-known story of the creation of Turing machines, otherwise known as computers. Benedict Cumberbatch (Alan Turing) is an awkward yet genius mathematician who first shows the audience his blunt […]

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‘Boyhood’ misses the mark

25 January 2015

Celine Rezvani, staff writer  “Boyhood”, the coming-of-age movie of the new millenium directed by Richard Linklater, has received attention and praise this awards season. It was nominated for five Golden Globe awards, winning Best Motion Picture – Drama, Best Director (Linklater) and Best Supporting Actress (Patricia Arquette). It is nominated for six Academy Awards, including […]

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‘Birdman’: an actor’s dream movie

25 January 2015

Jackson Prince, co-editor-in-chief “Birdman”, or “The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance” is, for an experienced actor or struggling English major, a dream film. Its ability to capture the conscience of the audience, by opening our eyes to ideas of reality and glory within reality, makes it a front-runner for Best Picture for this year’s Academy Awards. […]

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Boys varsity basketball faces Samo in away contest

23 January 2015

Ben Shofet, graphics editor The Normans will be facing off against the Samo Vikings for the second time this season, in their 19th game of the regular season on Friday, Jan. 23. So far, the Normans are undefeated in their two Ocean League games, and boast a 13-5 record in their overall season. This year, […]

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