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Interact benefits city, planet

Alex Menache, staff writer The end of year is when on campus activities start to wind down, but not for the Beverly Interact club, the high-school version of the Beverly Hills Rotary Club. The group, headed by junior Nicole Sayegh, is a service organization dedicated to promoting goodwill domestically and internationally through participation in civic-related […]

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Putting ‘intense’ in intensive dancing

Nastazia Moshirfatemi, cub writer Two students at the highschool, freshmen Cecilia Perlstein and junior Sadie Abergel, both go through emotional dilemmas, while at dance, that result in them becoming stronger because of it. Perlstein started dancing at the age of 10 when she joined a training program. She immediately was intrigued and began taking professional […]

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Teens Curing Cancer raises $5000 for research

Jessica Lu, staff writer Teens Curing Cancer (TCC) raised $5,000 at the First Annual Art Against Cancer Gallery Sunday, May 5 at the Manny Silverman Gallery.  Students, staff and community members attended the silent art auction, with all proceeds going to pediatric cancer research. Students and artists like Guy Long contributed their art pieces to […]

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Boston Marathon- Student reaction

Pasha Farmanara, web co-editor-in-chief The Boston Marathon bombing has made an influential impact on the people of Boston, and has also played a role in Beverly students lives. Senior Max Parnia is in his first year at Beverly, after moving here from Boston. He is still honored to be a native Bostonian. “Being from the […]

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Worldwide Travels of Mead

Audrey James-Anenih, cub writer Only a handful of the students have the opportunity to meet someone who has traveled to the most adventurous locations in the world. From the Himalayas, to Mount Everest’s South Base Camp in Nepal, Mark Mead has traveled to almost all four corners of the world. Mead is known by most […]

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Band “Shop Local” flash mob

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Dealing with cancer in the family

Nastazia Moshirfatemi, cub writer Nicole Cramer is a teacher in the math department, but math lessons aren’t the only lessons she enjoys teaching her students. Nicole Cramer spends nearly 15 minutes every day sharing stories of her past with her students. The stories that resonate most are the ones about her mother being diagnosed with […]

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Batcheller’s passion for surfing

Nathan Daneshrad, cub writer English teacher Paul Batcheller is known for his kindness, teaching and his surfing.  Batcheller knows how busy he is with teaching, but also manages his time well enough to be a surfer. Batcheller has been surfing since he was 12 years old. “A family friend and my uncles who surfed inspired […]

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Student places third in California Job Demo

Brenda Mehdian, staff writer Shivani Patel won third place in the California Job Demo Competition in San Diego, CA on Saturday, April 7. Each competitor was given five to seven minutes to demonstrate a specific skill and explain the skill to a panel of judges. In the time given, Patel whipped up raita; an Indian […]

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Señora Schneider Flamenco style

Eunice Kim, cub writer In the early 1980s Spanish teacher Señora Susan Schneider’s life was changed by a movie. Sra. Schneider watched the Flamenco dance movie Carmen, which is an opera written by Georges Bizet.  As she watched it, she couldn’t believe what she was seeing. She was glued to her seat, as she watch […]

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