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Tea Beverly football shows there is room for improvement in loss to Oak Park Sweet Spots: Sweet Rose Creamery Q and A with student photographer: Charly Azoulay Crickets gone wild
 

Tea & Talk brings current events to forefront

Jason Harward, staff writer During the school-wide event that is club day, clubs lined up and lured students to join their group. One of these, which for most of the event had a line in front of it, was Tea & Talk, a new club founded by sophomores Daniel Kohanbash and Jonathan Tansey. The club […]

Beverly football shows there is room for improvement in loss to Oak Park

Guy Ginsberg co-editor-in-chief The varsity football team was defeated 40-6 by the Oak Park Eagles in their first game of the season on Friday, August 28 at home. The Normans looked outclassed straight off the bat, allowing two touchdowns in the first quarter, falling to an early deficit of 14-0. “We need to work on not […]

Sweet Spots: Sweet Rose Creamery

Juliette Deutsch, co-editor-in-chief Uncovering the best sweet spots in Los Angeles. Sweet Rose Creamery 7565 Beverly Blvd Los Angeles, CA Forget iced tea. There is nothing like perfectly crafted artisan ice cream on a summer day.  No one knows the power of ice cream better than chef Shiho Yoshikawa of Sweet Rose Creamery. Yoshikawa, the […]

Q and A with student photographer: Charly Azoulay

Ben Shofet, graphcis editor  Highlights: Can you tell me a little bit about yourself? Charly Azoulay: I see myself as a pretty ordinary teenage guy. I like to shoot street photography, despite the fact that people are unwilling to let me take their photo, which just makes things even harder. Because of that, I like […]

Crickets gone wild

Veronica Pahomova, cartoonist Marty Schnapp, news editor Jackson Prince, co-editor-in-chief Karen Shilyan, business manager What people usually see in the hallway: teachers, Mr. Brown, friends. What people saw in the hallways on May 8, 2015: crickets. Lots and lots of crickets. Teachers’ lessons were disrupted. Casual small talk in the hallways was disrupted. The bottom […]

Girls volleyball flooded with new blood

03 September 2015

Ben Shofet, staff writer With only 19 returning players to the girls volleyball program, volleyball coach Eriko Gambo accepted 20 new freshman to the entire volleyball program. This year, the frosh/soph team is solely composed of freshman, while JV is a mix of freshmen and sophomores. This year the frosh/soph coach, Eriko Gambo, had to […]

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Library preps for staff changes, relocation

03 September 2015

Nirav Desai, staff writer The library and its occupants are currently dealing with a slew of changes which include impending construction, a recently filled position vacancy and a search for paid students assistants. Library technician Barbara Jebejian retired over the summer, taking Head Librarian Karen Boyarsky by surprise. “I didn’t know [Jebejian’s retirement] was coming, […]

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New algebra teacher reminisces on diverse past

03 September 2015

Natasha Dardashti, staff writer Lauren Hannani, staff writer New algebra teacher Jeff Berkeley has experienced various adventures from training in the army during the Vietnam War to travelling around Europe to pursue his love of chess. After graduating high school at age 16, Berkeley decided to join the army. “The army’s a drag. It was […]

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Conformed end of peer counseling

02 September 2015

Vivian Geilim, staff writer  For the first time, Beverly Hills High School’s popular program, Norman Aid, started the year without the participation of student counselors.  “This is the first year that we haven’t had peer counselors doing counseling,” Counselor Ali Norman explained. “Although it’s amazing and some students would prefer talking to a peer, we […]

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Renee Cobb’s “master planner” benefits Beverly

01 September 2015

Veronica Pahomova staff writer Max Yera staff writer When stepping into Renee Cobb’s House A office, one cannot help but notice that there is not one article of stationary out of place. The pens are neatly arranged in their holders and the notes and papers are all almost equidistant. The true treasure, however, is bestowed […]

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Debate club finds spot among competition teams

31 August 2015

Sophia Goldberg, staff writer The new debate club at Beverly is beginning to take shape, but, this club is actually two years in the making. Club president, sophomore Samantha Boudaie, has been working on bringing the benefits of debate to Beverly since the beginning of her freshman year. With Coach David Finnegan, who Boudaie believes […]

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Beverly clubs fight for feminism

31 August 2015

Sydney Tran, staff writer Wednesday marked the 95th anniversary of the granting of women’s suffrage in America as well as Club Day at Beverly. One sophomore and two juniors took to celebrating these events with the founding of two clubs dedicated to further promoting the feminist cause. Sophomore Shereen Kheradyar, and juniors Eleanor Bogart-Stuart and Katherine […]

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Politicians battle for presidential candidacy

27 August 2015

Sydney Tran, staff writer With candidates ranging from politically-established Hillary Clinton to former Comedy Central roastee Donald Trump to socialist Senator Bernie Sanders, the 2016 presidential primaries are highly anticipated. For those of you interested in politics or who will be able to vote in 2016, here’s my take on the leading poll candidates: Republicans […]

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Fantasy Football Forecast: Draft Advice

25 August 2015

This column is a part of a weekly series that offers Fantasy Football advice from Guy Ginsberg, Marty Schnapp, Jason Harward, Nirav Desai and Isaiah Freedman. It’s that time of year again. Must I say more? Guy’s Guys QB: Ryan Tannehill, Miami Dolphins Coming off an exciting third year with the Miami Dolphins, the 27-year-old […]

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ATHLETIC TRYOUTS SCHEDULE

14 August 2015

Hello Norman Nation, AP Posse Auditions Are Back! Are YOU a Hip-Hop Dancer? Audition for AP Posse and perform in Dance Company’s concert January 12-14, 2016. Audition is Thursday, August 13th, 3:00-4:30 pm. in the dance room above the girl’s locker room-come dressed to dance! See Mrs. Findley, or e-mail, dfindley@bhusd.org, to pick up an […]

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