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Editorial: Board disputes undermine community goals Coping with anxiety: students share their experiences OPINION- The unspoken problem: discrepancies throughout the curriculum Gratitude Garden sows seeds of appreciation for faculty, campus SLIDESHOW: Sharing smiles with Albion street
 

Editorial: Board disputes undermine community goals

Our district is in dire straits. The implications of a structural budget deficit and the clean-up of the oil well continue to loom over our heads. Seemingly never-ending litigation and a high administrative turnover rate have sapped our energy. An evolving relationship with the city, following the recent tense negotiations over the Joint Powers Agreement, […]

Coping with anxiety: students share their experiences

Natasha Dardashti staff writer Lauren Hannani culture editor Disclaimer: Some names were changed in this article to protect sources and provide anonymity. Being in control has always been important to Jules. Whether it’s through her rigorous courses or achievement in hobbies, Jules has always been able to manage a workload typical to a high achieving […]

OPINION- The unspoken problem: discrepancies throughout the curriculum

The elephant in the (class)room Find the news article regarding the issue here. Vivian Geilim opinion editor There is an elephant that lingers through the halls of Beverly. A topic we all think about, but seldom take action on. The discrepancy amidst student’s education. The evident problem of the unregulated and dissimilar curriculum that is shared between two […]

Gratitude Garden sows seeds of appreciation for faculty, campus

Jamie Kim co-editor-in-chief As much of the school remains in the throes of construction, there is very little greenery around campus. What used to be stretches of freshly-cut grass, the front lawn is now a plot of dirt and dried weeds. The Village is comprised of identical bungalows, separated by metal fences and strictly aligned […]

SLIDESHOW: Sharing smiles with Albion street

Vivian Geilim opinion editor Every year, Albion St. elementary receives seasons greetings from Beverly High. Service Learning organizes the annual event by raising money for gifts to give to the elementary school at Albion.

Students passion leads to self made clothing companies

17 October 2017

310 girl launches clothing line ‘310 Club’ Rinesa Kabashi photo editor Mikaela Rabizadeh social media editor “You’re too young to start a business.” A concept senior Romy Krgatbashyan is all too familiar with. Despite discouraging attitudes against her eagerness to develop her own clothing company, Krgatbashyan dives head first into the fashion industry at just 18 years […]

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Boys varsity water polo defeats Milken

17 October 2017

Jamie Kim co-editor-in-chief The boys varsity water polo team beat the Milken Wildcats on Monday, Oct. 16, by a score of 12-6. While this match was a non-league play, it was a game many players were anticipating. “Milken has always had a strong water polo program, and many players on both teams have known each other […]

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ASB makes history with gender free Homecoming court

17 October 2017

Priscilla Hopper media manager The only lasting tradition is change, and this year, ASB Advisor Jennifer Goolsby and the Head Row ASB members made the executive decision to change one of the most prominent and popular high school traditions: Homecoming kings and queens. The 2017-18 Homecoming court nominations are no longer one girl and one […]

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Service Learning participates in ALS Walk

17 October 2017

Lauren Hannani culture editor A group of Service Learning students commuted to USC Exposition Park on Sunday, Oct. 15, to attend the annual Walk to Defeat ALS event. In doing so, they cheered on teams of people who were walking for a person affected by Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) or who died because of it. […]

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Administration confident in safety of drop-off plans despite student disagreement

16 October 2017

Sophia Goldberg sports editor Jason Harward co-editor-in-chief Getting 1,400 students to class on time in two short bursts of about 10 minutes is no small feat, especially when construction along the front of the school has knocked out what used to be the accepted drop-off area along Moreno. However, House A Assistant Principal Phil Wenker […]

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Freshmen take on new library project

16 October 2017

Lauren Hannani culture editor Every year, all freshmen are assigned the library project–an assignment that requires them to learn more about how to use the library and the resources it offers. Last year, the project was on hold while librarian Daniel Bradford transitioned into his first year at the school. However, Bradford and the English […]

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Sophomore fuels creative passions as Radio Airlift president

13 October 2017

Jason Harward co-editor-in-chief The posters cover almost every square inch of the tiny Radio Airlift room, a glorified closet tucked in the corner of a blue hallway in the KBEV complex. Along with a dim, pink light, the posters bring life to the cramped space–a judgmental Kanye West, a formidable Arnold Schwarzenegger, a Mona-Lisa-inspired Frank Zappa, […]

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Drum Majors: the musketeers behind band

13 October 2017

AJ Wolken staff writer Priscilla Hopper media manager The highest position a band member can receive is Drum Major, and this year seniors Yeran Mkrtchian, Evan Timmerman and Michael Huang have earned that honor. Mkrtchian, Timmerman and Huang must assume more responsibility, but also gain the privilege of leading the entire marching band. Proud to have […]

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Senior pursues hobby of road cycling

12 October 2017

Jamie Kim co-editor-in-chief Whizzing past on the bumpy roads, he pedals even faster to be the first to finish the mountain range course. But this is a grind he has grown accustomed to, since senior Jackson Nol has been an avid road cycler since the age of five. “I can’t really remember how I first got […]

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“Neo Yokio” proves to be mesmerizing disaster

11 October 2017

Natasha Dardashti staff writer What do you get when you combine Vampire Weekend frontman Ezra Koenig, actor and online personality Jaden Smith, some of the most famous production companies in modern anime and ostentatious product placement? Well, you get “Neo Yokio”. Even before its premiere, the cast of “Neo Yokio” garnered instant attention among anime […]

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