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Lacrosse implements fresh new system of practicing

Natasha Dardashti multimedia editor An extraordinary system is in place for all lacrosse players currently in conditioning, which will hopefully lead to a more successful season in the spring. As of two weeks ago, boys lacrosse coach Kyle Kobe found himself administering a unique system in which players text, Snapchat or email a video of […]

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Students reflect on impact of substance abuse

Jason Harward staff writer Jamie Kim news editor Drugs and alcohol are a part of many students’ high school experience, whether one wants to admit it or not. As the Teen Rehab Center (TRC) puts it, a teenager “might enter high school as a child, but they will graduate a young adult.” One of these […]

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Title I unappealing to administrators

Ben Dahan staff writer The issue of bringing Title I funding into the high school, which would bring money to help academically struggling students, was brought up to the BHUSD Board of Education nearly a month ago. However, the strings attached to the money leads the administration to advise against the decision.  Title I, created in […]

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Student Internship program aims to provide experience

Ben Dahan staff writer School is not only a place for students to further their knowledge in academics, but also to learn real life skills and prepare for their futures. One important part of this process is getting an internship or a job. That’s where Cindy Dubin, the coordinator of Career Technical Education, plays an important […]

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ASB aspires for increased community participation at Carnival themed homecoming

Benjamin Shofet, co-editor-in-chief ASB has organized various food trucks and games for a Carnival themed homecoming on Oct. 7. They have made an unprecedented effort to bolster attendance to this year’s tailgate and football game. “A major goal of ASB this year is to create an atmosphere that encompasses and embraces the interests of everyone in the […]

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Budget Breakdown

Article by: Ben Dahan Staff Writer Infographics by: Jason Harward Staff Writer The Beverly Hills Unified School District Board of Education adopted the budget for the 2016-17 fiscal year, on June 28, projecting a $2.85 million dollar deficit. However, that is the adopted budget based entirely on estimates of the expenditure and revenue for the year. According […]

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Lower enrollment leads to more opportunities for students

Sophia Goldberg, Business Manager Benjamin Shofet, Co-Editor-in-Chief With enrollment steadily dropping in each of the five BHUSD schools over the past six years, the district can now allocate a larger amount of money to spend per student. The district receives its funding through property taxes, and the budget is independent of how many students are […]

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New administration aims to inspire

  Evan Minniti staff writer Over the last few years, high school students have experienced many changes. In addition to the ongoing construction, students have had to face a variety of changes in administrator with the addition of many counselors abruptly leaving over the past few years. In the past 10 years alone, the high school […]

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Boys water polo to spend most of season out of Swim Gym

Jamie Kim news editor Due to the ongoing construction on the Swim Gym, the boys water polo team is currently practicing at the Culver City Municipal Pool, more commonly known as the Plunge. The administration chose to utilize the Plunge because it was the best option logistically. “We chose the Culver City Plunge because their […]

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Faculty changes made for next year

Guy Ginsberg co-editor in chief Eleanor Bogart-Stuart staff writer Evan Minniti staff writer The sweeping changes that Beverly will face next year doesn’t stop with the construction nor the bell schedule, but will be seen through personnel changes as well. Many teachers and faculty members will not be returning next year, and faces from “We were over-staffed. […]

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