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Californians, Normans take action in midst of historic drought Normans defeated by South Pasadena, 42-9 Beverly ASB prepares for homecoming Drumline begs for more appreciation
 

Californians, Normans take action in midst of historic drought

Eleanor Bogart-Stuart, staff writer Jackson Prince, co-editor-in-chief California is currently in the midst of a true environmental crisis. For the past few years, with each watering of the Front Lawn and late-night jacuzzi, citizens of the Golden State lose more water, digging themselves further into what is one of the most severe droughts in the […]

Normans defeated by South Pasadena, 42-9

Sadie Hersh, photo editor The Normans fell to the South Pasadena High School Tigers by a score of 42-9. While kicker David Dolgin booted a field goal to give the Normans a three-point lead in the first quarter, the lead was soon lost and gone. Despite an impressive stat-line produced by fullback Rashad Ysaguirre (over […]

Beverly’s modern makeover

Karen Shilyan, staff writer Students are going to experience a 21st century renovation with new plans for construction to the campus in the next couple of years. The changes are inspired by a welcoming, pedestrian oriented atmosphere to give students a more flexible learning experience. It will respect the beloved past by maintaining the original […]

ASB prepares for homecoming

Lucas Harward, staff writer ASB is currently planning for homecoming week set to begin on Oct. 13, with the homecoming football game occurring on Friday Oct. 18. Among other duties, ASB members are organizing the spirit week, tailgate and after-party. ASB advisor Mark Mead is confident with ASB’s current position in the preparation process. “We’re […]

Drumline begs for more appreciation

Veronica Pahomova staff writer Disclaimer: I am a percussionist in band and a member of drumline. Beverly’s drumline – and all drumlines – are underappreciated. Go ahead and ask any non-band member what drumline is. Some might pull out the textbook definition, “a group of percussion instruments in a marching band.” Others might just refer […]

Boys varsity water polo triumphant over Torrance

24 October 2014

Lolita Gorbacheva, staff writer The boys varsity water polo defeated Torrance High School 13-9 on Oct. 22. Captain Justin Shegerian noted a quick attack in the beginning of the match led to the victory. “We played well. We scored a lot of goals. Michael Fox started us off really strong by scoring a goal to […]

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What makes Beverly BEVERLY?

24 October 2014

Veronica Pahomova, Cartoonist Sadie Hersh, photo editor Lucas Harward, staff writer Ben Shofet, graphics editor Karen Shilyan, business manager In honor of homecoming, we, asked the Norman Nation what makes this school so unique in their eyes. All of the programs that are offered here, such as the numerous sports, arts and extracurricular classes, make […]

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Slideshow: Homecoming 2014

24 October 2014

Veronica Pahomova, Cartoonist Sadie Hersh, photo editor Lucas Harward, staff writer Ben Shofet, graphics editor Karen Shilyan, business manager Beverly’s fiesta-themed Homecoming was jam-packed with events, spirit and food. From a Homecoming assembly regarding as being “one of the best yet,” according to several ASB members, to Cole Plante’s farewell performance, the week highlighted the Norman […]

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Girls tennis overcomes El Segundo

23 October 2014

Lucas Harward, staff writer The girls varsity tennis team defeated the El Segundo Eagles by a match score of 15-3. “I think the team performed great overall,” singles player Martina Bocchi said. “Now, most of the girls are confident with their game, which is a plus for the team, and slowly they’re winning more and […]

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The misunder-standing behind the new ‘f-word’

22 October 2014

Amanda Christovich, staff writer If I told a man that I can do anything he can do, but I can do it while wearing high heels, would you consider me a feminist? Today, a resounding answer would be yes, because in this statement I am asserting my personal power and competence by claiming that I […]

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Teachers look into past; towards future

22 October 2014

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 […]

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Five songs to freak you out this Halloween

22 October 2014

Eleanor Bogart-Stuart, staff writer When most people think about Halloween, all they see in their heads are ghosts, pumpkins and candy. What Halloween is missing is that killer soundtrack that makes people instantly think: things are about to get spooky. Find below the five top tracks to make your October 31 super scary. “This Is […]

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Beverly partakes in teen line

21 October 2014

Veronica Pahomova, staff writer Teen Line: a confidential telephone helpline that has been on the run since 1980. For 34 years, a group of specially trained individuals have been answering phone calls from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. in attempt to give teens a metaphorical shoulder to lean on. The hotline receives about 10,000 calls, texts […]

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Girls volleyball conquered by Culver City

20 October 2014

Lucas Harward, staff writer The girls varsity volleyball team was defeated by the Culver City High School Centaurs in three games on Oct. 17. “I think we worked hard, but we made too many unforced errors and we didn’t execute what we had worked on in practice, [like] blocking and making smart shots,” opposite Paige […]

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Girls tennis cruises past Culver City

17 October 2014

Lucas Harward, staff writer   The girls varsity tennis team defeated the Culver City High School Centaurs on Oct. 16 by a match score of 17-1. “I played pretty good, but they were really easy [to beat] so I didn’t have that much pressure,” singles player Lolita Gorbacheva said. Culver City did not cause any […]

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