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Ask an AP grader

Robert Katz, Staff Writer AP Calculus teacher Jane Wortman and AP Literature teacher Barbara Bader were questioned individually on various aspects of their experiences as AP exam graders. How many years have you been grading AP tests? Wortman: This is now my tenth year. The way they do it, after six years, you’re sort of retired […]

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Interview with Nina Revoyr

Marguerite Alberts, Staff Writer Author Nina Revoyr came to Beverly on Tuesday, June 6 in order to take part in the Hero Project, hosted by English teacher Julie Goler. Highlights sat down with Revoyr for an exclusive interview. Highlights: How long did it take to write the book? Revoyr: That’s a complicated question. On the […]

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Color Wars: 2012

Beverly has officially began its annual Color War competition, where they pit students from each grade level against each other in various competitions for the entertainment of others. Different events will be held every day of this week. Monday: On Monday, June 4,  students participated in the Frozen T- Shirt Competition and Water Balloon Toss. […]

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French department hosts Cabaret

Marguerite Alberts, Staff Writer On Thursday night, the French department held the annual Cabaret celebration in the cafeteria, complete with dancing, singing, acting and reciting poetry. As the French colored streamers shimmered in the background, twenty-two students performed over the course of the night. The program was divided into two segments. The first half of […]

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Olympian Nick Symmonds speaks to students

Chanan Batra, Print Sports Editor On Tuesday, May 15, Nick Symmonds, a four-time US 800 meter champion and member of the 2008 US Olympic Squad in Beijing, China, visited the track team to offer advice and insight.  Among the topics discussed were his upbringing, his mental approach to races and his training regimen. In a […]

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Kings success exposes true hockey fans, reveals newcomers

Pasha Farmanara, Web Co-Editor-in-Chief The halls of Beverly are filled with chatter about sports, usually the NBA, NFL, MLB or various soccer leagues. One popular sport that gets no attention is hockey. Now that the Kings are in the Stanley Cup, Beverly’s true hockey fans are beginning to make their presence felt. Whether it is […]

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Koresh, substitute teacher or online business mastermind

Pasha Farmanara, Web Editor-in-Chief If a student ever walks into class and sees Gil Koresh, they should expect a long introduction where he discusses his interests. His most popular interests are Xbox, movies, the Lakers, and fantasy basketball. However, one hobby many students are not aware of is Koresh’s successful eBay business that he runs […]

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KIWIN’s Club helps community, hopes to improve next year

Pasha Farmanara, Web Co-Editor-in-Chief In today’s world, it’s rare to find people willing to help out their community without any reward in return.  For anyone interested in helping out his or her community joining KIWIN’S may be a good choice. Every school’s KIWIN’S club turns into a family. Students are able to help their community, […]

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Daniel Dalah wins entry at LA Jewish Film Festival

Robert Katz, Staff Writer The Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival recently accepted junior Daniel Dalah’s short film, One More Brother, to be showcased during their 2012 festival. The film was one of five student films to be selected and will be screened on May 6 at the Laemmle’s Town Center. Dalah will also take part in […]

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Despite initial setbacks, Earthlings club helps environment

By Julia Waldow, Print Arts & Style Editor This is the second in a series of feature articles focusing on clubs on campus. Check in each day this week for new stories on our diverse clubs. Earthlings, a relatively new club, strives to raise environmental awareness to Beverly and to the community through its meetings and […]

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