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Cohen brothers sprint to success

Keith Stone co-editor-in-chief The boys varsity cross-country team has been incredibly successful within the last year, winning league undefeated last year, and could possibly be on its way to winning league this year. Two brothers, Jason and Johnny Cohen, contributed to the team’s success. Jason and Johnny are both seniors and have been on the team […]

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Paley Center entertains with nostalgic “South Park” experience

Jason Harward, staff writer “But maaaaaam, I want to go to the “South Park” exhibit at the Paley Center.” It’s more than just a comedy. “South Park” has been a dynamic force for the last 20 years. It challenges norms and sets trends, all through a group of four kids living life in South Park, […]

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Sports rituals can be crazy for everyone

Isaiah Freedman Sports Editor When an athlete has an exciting and captivating pre-game ritual, the results can be spectacular. Whatever the ritual may be, its demonstration serves as the perfect suspension-builder and hype machine for whatever sporting event is to follow. Think LeBron James’ legendary powder throw, the Seattle Seahawks’ ferocious mosh pit, Steph Curry’s […]

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Lower enrollment leads to more opportunities for students

Sophia Goldberg, Business Manager Benjamin Shofet, Co-Editor-in-Chief With enrollment steadily dropping in each of the five BHUSD schools over the past six years, the district can now allocate a larger amount of money to spend per student. The district receives its funding through property taxes, and the budget is independent of how many students are […]

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Girls varsity tennis loses first match of the year

Sam Bernstein staff writer The girls varsity tennis team was all smiles before facing off against Notre Dame High School in their first match of the year on August 30th. Beverly had a rough showing, losing the meet, with several members being defeated 0-6. Freshman Hannah Kimura was one of these members, losing 6-0 in her […]

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NBA players train in unlikely spot

Isaiah Freedman Sports Editor As kids filed out of school for summer, NBA players came flowing in, playing on courts that brought them back to their roots. NBA players are the cream of the crop in their profession. They parlay their incredible athletic abilities on a wooden court into multi-million dollar contracts. Though one may […]

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Changes applied to 2016 -2017 school year

Vivian Geilim, photo editor Ben Shofet, business manager Isaiah Freedman, staff writer As a repercussion from Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) 2015-2016 visit, administration has been urged to make various modifications. According to principal David Jackson, the organization’s main concern dealt with a lack of structured staff collaboration. One way to accommodate WASC’s […]

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Construction moving forward

Keith Stone opinion editor Construction will be moving ahead this summer, starting in mid-June and continuing for more than five years. After much discussion and argument, and hours of planning, Principal Dave Jackson has a concrete plan of action for Beverly’s architectural future. “There will be a construction fence put up around the school…we are going […]

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Culinary students cook for their ‘mystery box final’

Chef Rick Leece’s students were presented with three ingredients and had to immediately create a savory dish. No, this was not an episode of Chopped, this was the culinary program’s mystery box final. During sixth period on May 10, four students embarked on an assignment for their final grades.        

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AP in dire need of reform

Ben Shofet Business Manager Every single year around this time, students stress over their upcoming AP tests. Students are brought up to believe that without AP classes on their transcript, they won’t be viewed as competitive candidates for the college of their choice. According to College Counselor Ah Young Chi, they are absolutely correct. “The likelihood […]

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