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Locke incorporates basketball into life

Veronica Pahomova, cub writer The vibration of the dribbling ball echoing through the ground. The visible sweat on each player. The contagious intensity. The swoosh the net whispers when a shot goes in. All of these are things Edison Locke just can’t seem to get enough of. To Locke, basketball isn’t a just a sport. […]

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P.E. coach Paysinger reveals his secret identity

Eleanor Bogart-Stuart, cub writer  A physical education coach is usually regarded as a gruff and a no-nonsense kind of person. Vonzie Paysinger may be some of these things, but his hard-headed disposition can only be found on the field. When taken aside, Paysinger’s true colors begin to show. A man who truly cares about the […]

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Beverly wins gold and silver in Scholastic Writing & Arts Award

Eunice Kim, staff writer The Scholastic Arts & Writing Awards results were released on Feb. 14. Beverly won both gold key and silver key and two honorable mentions. The gold key was won by junior Bardina Soltani for her work ‘Thought Process’ , the silver key was won by Valeriya Velyka with her work, ‘Vacation […]

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Alice Roh balances life

Lolita Gorbacheva, cub writer Every day students come in and out of social studies teacher Alice Roh’s room, asking questions about grades and homework not knowing what happens outside her classroom. Roh is a married woman with two sons and one daughter. When she leaves the classroom, her focus turns to her family. She takes […]

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Junior Dockery moves to Beverly, overcomes racial prejudice

Eunice Kim, staff writer Junior S-Netchem Castro Dockery has attended five different schools in her lifetime. Born in Philadelphia, Penn., Dockery attended separate elementary and middle schools, followed by three different high schools, with Beverly as the most recent. Although Dockery appears to have moved to Beverly because of  suggestions from a friend,  there is […]

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Moore strives for health, fitness

Karleen Youssian, cub writer When she isn’t being a “typical” biology teacher or spending time with her family, Kalina Moore spends most of her hours exercising. Moore has been active for a very long time, excluding the year she took off teaching when she had her daughter. On average, Moore works out three to four times […]

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Lopez skydives in Madrid

Grace Manzo, cub writer Sergio Lopez, in his eighth year of teaching Spanish, has reached the ranks of the elite teachers at Beverly. Lopez has the ability to joke and teach simultaneously. Lopez might take the form of a normal teacher, but he happens to be extremely courageous. At the tender age of 18, Lopez […]

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BHHS DECA member headed to ICDC

Amanda Christovich, cub writer A myriad of round tables studded the large conference hall in California’s State DECA competition in Anaheim two weekends ago. The hall was alive with the hum of numerous aspiring intellectuals, entrepreneurs, CEOs and world-leaders. Junior Austin Mack, a member of the BHHS DECA club, sat at one of these tables […]

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Meet the Teachers: Stewart Horowitz recalls his Norwegian jail experience

As seen in the Feb. 21 print edition. Eunice Kim, staff writer Curious about the world he lived in, social studies teacher Stewart Horowitz traveled  to Western Europe while he was “still young.” His first voyage was in 1972; during that time he visited England, Great Britain, Ireland, Scotland, France, Belgium, Netherlands, Austria, Switzerland, Germany […]

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On the receiving end: senior Justin Kim enters his fourth year at Teen Line

Dani Klemes, web editor-in-chief Off-days are typical for any adolescent–in fact, they’re almost expected. But for the days that cannot be cured by a pint of Ben and Jerry’s and a listen-through of some wistful Velvet Underground vinyl, there’s a solution. And it’s toll-free.  Teen Line, described by its website as a “confidential telephone help […]

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