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MULTIMEDIA: Turf deterioration concerns athletic community “The Servant of Two Masters” primed to bring improv and hilarity to theatre Boys basketball crushes Hawthorne in first league game Dance Company prepares for annual show Kick for a Cure showcases heart on and off field
 

MULTIMEDIA: Turf deterioration concerns athletic community

Sam Bernstein staff writer Natasha Dardashti multimedia editor With concern coming from both staff and athletes, the turf on the Nickoll Field has been a subject of major discourse lately. The turf is over eight years old, and it has been up for debate with the Board of Education. While some say that the turf […]

“The Servant of Two Masters” primed to bring improv and hilarity to theatre

Max Yera co-editor-in-chief  The Theatre Arts Workshop (TAW) will open its first of four productions of “The Servant of Two Masters” tonight at 7 p.m. The play, an 18th century Italian comedy, follows Truffaldino as he agrees to serve two masters and, in doing so, becomes immersed in a tale of confusion and mayhem. Florindo Aretusi, […]

Boys basketball crushes Hawthorne in first league game

Isaiah Freedman senior sports consultant In their first league game of the season, the boys varsity basketball team demolished the Hawthorne Cougars to the tune of a 72-17 beatdown, moving them to 1-0 in Ocean League. The Normans started rolling immediately. On the first possession of the game, center Ron Artest III tipped the ball to […]

Dance Company prepares for annual show

Lauren Hannani staff writer With new choreography, themes and costumes, Dance Company is preparing to surprise students with a whole new variety of dance for students, from Jan. 11 to 13. These changes come naturally, as new Dance Company advisor Chrissie Leong has not only brought a new teaching style to the class, but has […]

Kick for a Cure showcases heart on and off field

Jason Harward, design editor The girls varsity soccer team partnered with the Tower Cancer Research Foundation (TCRF) in their fundraising event Kick for a Cure, which raised $1,400 through food sales and donation forms TCRF is a non-profit based in Beverly Hills which funds innovative cancer research and provides support for families affected by the […]

Beverly seniors need Naviance

20 January 2017

Sam Bernstein staff writer   College is important. Success with grades, extracurricular activities and sports will always help prospective students further their education. Some students care quite a bit about getting into top schools like Ivy Leagues; however with no backup options to these top schools, students end up hurting themselves in the long run. Students […]

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Girls varsity water polo falls to Torrance

20 January 2017

Lauren Hannani staff writer The girls varsity water polo team lost to the Torrance Tartars 3-13 in their third league game on Thursday, Jan. 19, giving Beverly an overall league record of 0-3. The Normans feel they need to work on defense for their upcoming games. “Today was not our best day regarding defense. We […]

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DECA wins big at regional competition in Anaheim

19 January 2017

Benjamin Shofet, co-editor-in-chief DECA attended its first competition of the year at the Wyndam Hotel in Anaheim, California, bringing home 33 medals in several different categories along with 12 trophies. Over 65 students attended the conference, making Beverly the largest school represented at the summit. DECA vice president Lana Schwartz placed first in her roleplay, […]

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‘Pink Season’ tops charts: brings vulgarity and unapologetic humor to hip-hop

17 January 2017

Max Yera co-editor-in-chief 2017 is off to an odd start with perhaps the most unusual album to ever reach the top of the iTunes charts, Pink Season. The rather absurd, yet comical, 35 track record is the second album of YouTube personality George “Joji” Miller, commonly known as Filthy Frank and, more recently, Pink Guy. […]

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STORIFY: Highlights’ tweets of the year

03 January 2017

Compiled by Jason Harward, design editor [View the story “Highlights’ tweets of the year” on Storify]

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Second semester seniors should stay focused

16 December 2016

Keith Stone co-editor-in-chief The minute school let out on Dec. 16, seniors instantly felt a huge weight lift of their shoulders. In one minute, they transitioned from stressed out college applicants to second semester seniors without a care in the world. However, the classic uncaring attitude of seniors in their second semester needs to change. […]

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Administration adresses suspension issue

12 December 2016

Isaiah Freedman sports editor Jason Harward staff writer Compared to those of the 2015 fall semester, suspension rates in all grades have risen, some by more than double. The rise has been most significant in ninth and tenth grades, increasing from three to seven and two to seven, respectively. The rise is significant, as administrative […]

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MULTIMEDIA: Albion Street holiday trip, from past to present

08 December 2016

Sophia Goldberg Business Manager  Lauren Hannani staff writer Ben Shofet co-editor-in-chief As an annual tradition since 1927, visiting Albion Street still continues to be a highly anticipated event for many students. Although it is still unclear as to why the school began participating in this event, there might be some connection to Beverly Hills’s sister city, Cannes. However, […]

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Dance teacher pursues her passion around the country

07 December 2016

Lauren Hannani staff writer Starting ballet when she was just three years old, dance teacher Chrissie Leong has always had a strong passion for dance, whether that meant dancing in front of a huge audience or alone in her room as a source of therapy. After completing her undergraduate degree at UC Irvine, Leong went […]

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An open letter to Coach Kessler

06 December 2016

Sam Bernstein staff writer I remember the first time I ever spoke to Mr. (Coach) Kessler. It was in the first grade, during recess on the tarmac next to the handprint wall at Horace Mann Elementary School. I was playing kickball and I had kicked a playground ball as hard as I could. Looking back, I […]

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