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Students revive school radio station

Pasha Farmanara, web co-editor-in-chief Juniors James Fast, Robert Katz, Danny Licht and Hans Tercek are working to create a new radio station at Beverly: Radio Airlift. The station will feature student-hosted segments of music, sports talk, comedy roundtables, interviews and more with both students and well-known people in the community. The station evolved from the […]

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Concerts for Care funds Crohn’s Disease cure

Jessica Lu, staff writer Junior Alex Massachi created his own charity organization Concerts for Care to raise funds for the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America (CCFA).  Two years ago in November, Concerts for Care raised $10,000 to fund research concerning Crohn’s disease and colitis. According to the CCFA’s website, Crohn’s disease is an inflammatory […]

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Aspiring artist experiments with craft

Candice Hannani, feature editor  Art is like the written word. It seeks to speak to its viewers, to solidify unstable periods, to surround its creators with blossoming creativity. To senior Drew Hirshinger, art is a permanent fixture of everyday life. “I love working with paper, clay and fabric, but I’m always wanting to try new […]

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Celeste Durve becomes spring 2013 ASB president

Dami Kim, social media director Born in San Diego and raised in Beverly Hills all her life, senior Celeste Durve was elected as spring 2013 school president last Thursday, Jan. 10. Durve describes herself as the “head chick in charge” with a smile on her face, who is “all about getting the job done” in […]

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Meet Celeste Durve “The Chick in Charge”

Dami Kim, social media director The new spring 2013 school president, Celeste Durve, explained the role of ASB and what it meant to her in this interview. Q: What is your favorite thing about ASB? A: My favorite thing about asb is the class. We are such a family and we make a routine to […]

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Spector performs on various stages

Danny Licht, culture editor When the rest of the world imagines adolescent Southern Californians, they undoubtedly picture someone like Isaac Spector, a 14-year-old dancer, actor and improviser. One of only five freshmen on Dance Company, Spector seems unintimidated by the more experienced dancers. Paloma Bloch, a junior on Company, says he is “a tad crazy, […]

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How early decisions and actions can help the admission process to your dream school

Kevin Park, staff writer   You might have seen some excited seniors who have been already admitted to college. If you are a future applicant and jealous of the luxury of relief that those students are enjoying now, you might want to consider applying early decision and action programs. Here are some stories and advices […]

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Normans for Israel Club spreads support for Israel through campus

Candice Hannani, print feature editor Created to educate students about Israel and the Middle-Eastern conflict, the Normans for Israel Club stands as Beverly’s most direct connection to the country. Over its four years on campus, the club has featured speakers such as Israeli soldiers, El Al pilots and Israeli consulate Shahar Azani. Each month for […]

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Students to provide books for Mongolian school

Brenda Mehdian, staff writer From Nov. 30 print edition When students walk past the Lili and John Bosse Library, they expect to see shelves upon shelves of books behind the glass window. Imagine someone going into the library and seeing half-filled and empty shelves before them. Such a sight is normal to students at Temuulel […]

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Students shadow medical staff at local hospital

Marguerite Alberts, staff writer From Nov. 30 print edition Three years ago, science teacher Colleen Lynch traveled with Dana Hills High School students to a healthcare facility where they volunteered for the Medical Science Program. Since seeing the program in action, Lynch has been working toward creating a similar program at Beverly. “That was when […]

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