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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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Goolsby explains her inspiration for teaching

Juliette Deutsch, cub writer Known for her understanding, kind and relatable teaching, math teacher Jennifer Goolsby manages her busy teaching schedule and her devotion to her kids. Goolsby currently teaches Algebra I and Algebra II classes . To add, although Goolsby is quite busy most of the days. She finds her job to be very […]

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Q & A with Robotics build captain, Manas Malik

Candice Hannani, feature editor  While most students attended school last Thursday and Friday, Beverly’s Robotics team was busy in Los Angeles pushing their robot and themselves toward success. The team received the Chairman’s Award, the highest award a team can earn. Qualifications for the award include showing a strong commitment toward spreading interest in science […]

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Studying for two: Teen pregnancy

Candice Hannani and Max Stahl (As seen in the print edition) A high school girl takes a deep breath as she navigates a sea of curious and judgmental eyes in the hallway. She carries many teen-related insecurities: those pertaining to her acne, her frizzy hair, her giant-sized braces. But those insecurities are very small in […]

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John Borsum flies with numbers

Trevor Atamian, cub writer  A lot of teachers live basic lives with school as a priority in their lives. Some teachers do more than teach. One of those teachers is John Borsum, a mathematics teacher who is also a pilot in his free time. Borsum has been licensed as a pilot for seven years. “It […]

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Interior design meets therapy

Braden Bochner, cub writer Many know Ali Norman-Franks as the school’s counselor and founder of the Norman Aid Center. However, in addition to counseling others, Norman-Franks has a passion for designing and decorating living spaces. “I’ve always found myself going into people’s homes and thinking, ‘What would I do in here?’ or ‘How would I […]

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