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Earthlings club brings life to Greystone Mansion gardens

Jessica Lu, staff writer Earthlings Club is helping to maintain the garden at historic Greystone Mansion in Beverly Hills, working alongside city volunteers, Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts.  Members usually arrive on site Saturday morning, spending several hours planting, composting and preparing fertilizer in an attempt to revitalize the mansion’s garden and beautify the landscape. […]

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Robotics prepares for competition

Max Stahl, staff writer It was Feb. 19, 10 minutes to midnight, and all the drills and hammers and saws had fallen silent in the woodshop. The haggard faces crowded around the finished robot and exulted. Having run some final tests in the EDC, they were finally ready to send their work to competition. The […]

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From coach to DJ

Fidel Quiralte, cub writer Some people think that coaches just head to the gym or field and then go home. Many coaches actually have many different hobbies outside of school.  Adam Verde is one of those coaches; during the day he is just the freshman basketball coach, but during the night he is a DJ. […]

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Graham Lockett breaks away from his literal and figurative Amish roots

Dani Klemes, cub writer For AP Environmental Science and chemistry teacher Graham Lockett, growing up was fairly different than the average childhood realm of playgrounds and schoolyards. Born and raised in Pennsylvania Dutch, an Amish community west of Philadelphia, Lockett had to grow up a bit faster than his peers in the “outside world” did. […]

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Distracted driving, texting cause discomfort, pose danger to community

Benjamin Hannani, staff writer; Jessica Saadian, staff writer; and Julia Waldow, print editor-in-chief It was another typical Saturday night in 2006 for three Beverly students. They were headed to a party, expecting to arrive home a few hours later. But one of the students, Vahagn Setian, never did. Although Setian himself was sober, he entered […]

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KBEV: An Insider’s Take

Audrey James-Anenih, cub writer It would be quite near impossible to find a student that would be able to truthfully say that they wake up to the KBEV News at six o’clock in the morning. But with the new shows, segments and features recently airing, the KBEV cast and crew plan on drawing in more […]

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Best of both worlds

Audrey Park, cub writer The idea of living a double life has often been glamorized in T.V. shows and movies. However, in reality, the odds of living a double life is very uncommon. Despite the odds, A.P. U.S. History teacher Dan Moroaica achieved his dream job of being both a teacher and a musician. Ever […]

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IDF soldiers visit Normans for Israel club

There is a plethora of paths one can take after high school. Many Beverly students take the path to college, where higher education leads to more social connections and work opportunities. Most Israelis take the path to the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF), where fighting for one’s country becomes the primary goal. The two paths intersected […]

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Preparing Cabaret

Nastazia Moshirfatemi, cub writer Sitting in a room, listening to kids speaking a beautiful yet unfamiliar language, while eating mouthwatering desserts, is the paradise of going to the school Cabaret. Cabaret is an evening event that takes place in the school cafeteria on May 22. The evening consists of two halves; the first half is […]

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Athletes ready for off-season

Nathan Daneshrad, cub writer While in-season athletes are ready to play their sport, off-season athletes are working out and trying to improve their game to become a better play in their upcoming season by running on the track or doing certain stretches to help themselves prepare for the upcoming season. All the athletes that are […]

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