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Student succeeds as Miss California Teen

Since the age of 10, junior Ora Kohan has actively participated in the National American Miss, a pageant for teen girls that takes place across the country. During the summer, Kohan was named Miss California Teen and ranked Top Five in the national competition. Contestants in the competition are judged in three categories: interview, personal […]

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Pete Van Rossum, globetrotting teacher

Ben Shofet, graphic editor World History and AP European teacher Pete Van Rossum has traveled nearly all over the world. From Madrid to Prague and everywhere in between Van Rossum has seen it all. And when he began his teaching career at Beverly in 1999, he became of of the only teachers in the entire […]

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Teachers look into past, towards future

Guy Ginsberg sports editor Lucas Harward staff writer Joanie Garratt U.S. History and Honors World History teacher Joanie Garratt began her teaching career at El Rodeo Middle School in 1993 and has been teaching at Beverly since 2007. In her 21 years working in the district, Garratt has felt a sweeping change in technology “Well when […]

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A look at the iPhone’s new features

Karen Shilyan, business manager Apple unveiled two revolutionary new products in September: the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Thousands of devotees have been lining up for weeks just to be the first ones to have access to the new technology. However, in order to make the right choice between the two, one must consider […]

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Reps for Mongols focuses on building muscle mass, promotes foreign government-oppression awareness

Marty Schnapp staff writer Reps for Mongols hopes to lift the international “burden of oppression” by lifting weights. The club is still in its preliminary phase of development, and it is not yet fully approved to function on campus because it does not have a faculty sponsor.  But headed by seniors Raven Castro, Dan Park and […]

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Steve Taylor prepares students for life after high school

Lucas Harward, staff writer Varsity lacrosse coach and U.S. government/economics teacher Steve Taylor promotes a creative and judgment-free environment in his classroom by encouraging students to think differently and have fun. Highlights: How would you describe your teaching/coaching methods? Steve Taylor: Well, teaching is an art, and each teacher is an artist in their own […]

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Senior filmmaker ignites cinematography career

This is one in a series of four articles about students who plan to continue their elective studies after high school. Upasana Mannur, staff writer Film enthusiast and student cinematographer, senior Noah Dains learned his craft through self-teaching, with a camera and an idea. “Dains focuses on really putting out caliber content. You’re now in […]

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Yearbook editor-in-chief jumpstarts photojournalism career

This is one in a series of four articles about students who plan to continue their elective studies after high school. Upasana Mannur, staff writer Watchtower editor-in-chief, Charly Azoulay, plans on applying to colleges with strong photography and creative writing programs, like Sarah Lawrence and Rhode Island School of Design, after spending four years in […]

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Chef-in-training pursues culinary path

This is one in a series of four articles about students who plan to continue their elective studies after high school. Ben Shofet, staff writer Junior Joel Gabai is cooking up his third year in culinary arts. He plans on extending his culinary career by enlisting in the United States Navy. “After high school I’m […]

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Senior actress follows calling, passion

This is one in a series of four articles about students who plan to continue their elective studies after high school. Juliette Deutsch, co-editor-in-chief Senior Yassi Noubahar has participated in the theatre arts department on campus for her entire high school career. She is currently in her second year in Theatre Arts Workshop (TAW) and […]

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