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2017 March of the Living Recap Second phase of construction expected to be underway Soles4Souls is here to help Logic expresses racial pride in TV shows continue to influence high schoolers
 

2017 March of the Living Recap

Ben Shofet, co-editor-in-chief Over the past two weeks, I alongside several other Beverly students took part in the 2017 March of the Living program (MOTL) with the Los Angeles Delegation. The trip was a total of two weeks. In the first week, as a group, we traveled to Warsaw, Krakow and Lublin, visiting numerous concentration […]

Second phase of construction expected to be underway

Ben Dahan news editor Keith Stone co-editor-in-chief Max Yera co-editor-in-chief With the first demolition-based stage of construction finished, the next phase, taking place on the first and second floor of the main building, as well as the K.L. Peters auditorium, is scheduled to resume after graduation. Currently the architectural plans for the actual construction phase […]

Soles4Souls is here to help

Isaiah Freedman staff writer For Service Learning’s latest project, big blue boxes with the logo Soles4Souls plastered on them have popped up around the school with the purpose of collecting shoes to be given to those who need them. The effort is spearheaded by Service Learning seniors Jonah Pourat and Jared Minami, who came up […]

Logic expresses racial pride in ‘Everybody’

AJ Wolken staff writer Logic, the 27 year old biracial rapper from Maryland, released his third official album, Everybody on Friday. The album is the best of his career, as he introduces creative beats and big names such as Khalid and J Cole to express that he is proud to be biracial. Logic’s previous two albums, […]

TV shows continue to influence high schoolers

Whether it be binge-watching a new Netflix series or anxiously awaiting for the latest episode of “Game of Thrones,” the way high schoolers watch television leaves massive imprints on culture. Multiple generation-defining shows have emerged from this era of television, leaving students facing both positive and negative impacts. The impact left on students lead to a variety […]

An open letter to Coach Kessler

06 December 2016

Sam Bernstein staff writer I remember the first time I ever spoke to Mr. (Coach) Kessler. It was in the first grade, during recess on the tarmac next to the handprint wall at Horace Mann Elementary School. I was playing kickball and I had kicked a playground ball as hard as I could. Looking back, I […]

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Girls varsity soccer downs University Wildcats by seven goals

05 December 2016

AJ Wolken staff writer The varsity girls soccer team defeated the University Wildcats 7-0 on Friday, Dec. 2. The victory takes Beverly to a 2-1 record, while dropping University to 1-1. The team was unfamiliar with their opponent’s personnel going into the game, but were prepared for a physical battle. “We weren’t sure of the caliber […]

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Students punished for adolescence

02 December 2016

Ben Dahan staff writer   Students around the country can be arbitrarily subjected to arrest for simply behaving inappropriately, something that all adolescents do at one time or another. This reached media infamy last October when a South Carolina student was ripped from her desk and violently arrested by her school resource officer. The girl […]

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Vine shutdown sets off emotion

01 December 2016

Natasha Dardashti multimedia editor “Do it for the Vine.” “I ain’t gonna do it!” “Do it for the Vine!” “I ain’t gonna do it!” “Do it for the Vine!” “I ain’t gonna do it!” Back in 2014, these words, along with its signature beat, were heard echoing down school hallways and playing from phones. Memes […]

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Superintendent Steve Kessler announces retirement after 40 years in BHUSD

01 December 2016

AJ Wolken staff writer After 40 consecutive years as an educator and three postponed retirements, Superintendent Steve Kessler has officially announced his retirement. His retirement will be effective Feb. 9, 2017. Kessler had no prominent reason for his retirement, but he felt that he, his friends and family had been waiting on this for long enough. […]

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Skating his way to fame

30 November 2016

Rinesa Kabashi staff writer It all started with three boys filming each other skating their way through the streets of Fairfax. Little did they know that that he would end up with 121,000 followers on Instagram. As the three boys made more videos, freshman,Aaron Melloul decided to post a teaser video on his Instagram, which […]

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Karen Setian speaks on Vahagn Foundation

29 November 2016

Benjamin Shofet, co-editor-in-chief Karen Setian, on Nov. 29, spoke in his annual assembly in the Salter Theater about the passing of his son, Vahagn Setian, in a drunk driving incident. It was 10 years ago when the entire Beverly Hills High School community went into shock. On the night of Dec. 2, 2006, three Beverly […]

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Cross country boys grind to greatness

27 November 2016

Keith Stone co-editor-in-chief The boys varsity cross-country team won the Ocean League Championship and will be advancing to the CIF Finals as a team. This is the third time in history that the team has made finals. Led by the efforts of seniors Jonathan Cohen, Jason Cohen, Shimon Dubner and Noah Lee, the top four […]

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The “unsung heroes” keeping the lights on

23 November 2016

Ben Dahan staff writer Mops. Monkey wrenches. Paint buckets. Nuts and bolts. Light bulbs. Sheers. Rakes. Wielders. Saws. Hammers. These are all things that can be found in the hands of the members of the maintenance and operations(MNO) department, who are integral in keeping BHUSD running. “We are in the business of the education,” La Tanya Kirk-Carter, chief […]

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Girls varsity basketball jumps into regular season

22 November 2016

Ben Shofet, co-editor-in-chief In their first tournament of the regular season, the girl’s varsity basketball team faced off against seven other teams in the annual Culver City Tournament. “My team has a lot of talent and potential and will do amazing if we work and play as a team,” team co-captain Phoenix Goll said with confidence, […]

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