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All-gender bathroom installed under new law

Natasha Dardashti multimedia editor New regulations from the California state government created a requirement for a single-stall all-gender bathroom to be implemented in all government facilities, including public schools, beginning March 1. In accordance with this law, a new gender-neutral bathroom has been installed and is planning on being opened this week. For transgender (trans) […]

Music culture in Norman Nation

Veronica Pahomova co-editor-in-chief From the hard-hitting rap trio Migos, to the recently debuted KPop sensation BLACKPINK, all the way to country’s very own Blake Shelton, music can be found as the topic of numerous discussions worldwide. The average American listens to around four hours of music each day, so it is no coincidence that one […]

Students in the industry: musicians on the rise

Sam Bernstein, staff writer Lauren Hannani, culture editor Last year, most students knew him as that guy from class. Now, people from all over the country  know him as Young Pari$, a young rapper whose music they can find on Youtube and SoundCloud. As a new “recording artist trying to make it big,” Phillip Billups, class of […]

Struggle for voting rights

Ben Shofet co-editor-in-chief   Since 1789, the United States has expanded the voting rights of its citizens. Following the Civil War, African-Americans gained the right to vote with the passing of the 15th Amendment. After years of fighting, women gained the right to vote with the passing of the 19th Amendment. And most recently, with […]

Bundles of Hope is here to help

Isaiah Freedman staff writer It’s around noon on a hot Sunday, Mar. 12, at Temple Isaiah’s annual Purim festival, and senior Jack Harris does not have to be there. The festival is flush with taco trucks, grilled cheese trucks, pop-a-shots, whack-a-mole, moon bounces and slides. However, one stand separates itself from all the others, and […]

W./E.

16 February 2012

Marguerite Alberts, Staff Writer After viewing Madonna’s W./E, it was easy to see why the film was nominated for only one Golden Globe, and not even a Golden Globe related to the movie itself, but for the music. The movie starts by establishing the connection between Wallis Simpson, the wife of Edward VIII played by […]

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Alex Rohani breaking records on the track

15 February 2012

Pasha Farmanara, Web Editor-in-Chief If you look through Beverly’s record books, there will be one reoccurring name with staggering achievements. His name is Alex Rohani. Last year Rohani had to make a choice to choose between basketball or track. “Although I excelled at basketball, and made varsity my sophomore year, I decided to go with […]

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ASB students selling candy grams

ASB holds successful Valentine’s Day candy gram sale

14 February 2012

 Kevin Park, Staff Writer ASB sold approximately 450 candy grams between Feb. 6-10. The money that ASB raised from selling candy grams will be used in future ASB events such as Junior-Senior Night and prom.  Candy grams were sold for $1 each. According to the president of the junior class, Jason Friedman, Valentine’s Day candy […]

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Oscar voting

14 February 2012

Become a member of the (Beverly) Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences by voting for the Oscar nominees below!  Leave a comment on your favorite movies, actors and directors of the year and be entered into a raffle to win a prize.  Be sure to tune into the Oscars on Sunday, Feb. 26 for […]

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Academic Decathlon places third, moves as wild card to State competition

14 February 2012

News in brief: On Thursday, Feb. 9, the Academic Decathlon team placed third in the Los Angeles County competition held at the University of Southern California.  This qualified the team as a wild card, moving them on to compete at the state level competition in Sacramento, Calif.  West High School of Torrance, Calif. placed first, […]

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Five students to represent ROP at LACOE competition

14 February 2012

News in brief: In a program with 31 sections with a total enrollment of 845 students, 15 students were nominated by faculty of the Regional Occupational Program (ROP) to compete for one of five spots at the Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE) Competition to be held on Tuesday, March 13.  In order to […]

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Students respond to Proposition 8

13 February 2012

Robert Katz, Staff Writer On Tuesday, Feb. 7, the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled California’s 2008 ban on same-sex marriage, Proposition 8, unconstitutional. The proposition was an amendment to the California Constitution providing that “only marriage between a man and a woman is valid or recognized in California.” It was passed by California […]

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Boys’ JV soccer falls short of championship mark

12 February 2012

Arman Zadeh, staff writer After a very successful season on the field, the boys’ JV soccer team faced defeat in the Ocean League championship game against Culver City. The team finished the season with the second seed and a record of 7-3 in league. After a slow start defensively, Beverly found itself down 2-0 at […]

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Paralytic Stalks Review

07 February 2012

Robert Katz, Staff Writer Paralytic Stalks, psychedelic progressive rock group of Montreal’s newest LP, is their most radical departure from whatever their “norm” actually is. Abandoning their recent electronic motif for a more melodically-driven, grandiose style rife with woodwinds, strings and brass, it’s easy to notice of Montreal’s grasp for something more meaningful and emotional, […]

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Westside Subway Extension deemed dangerous for Beverly

06 February 2012

Candice Hannani, Staff Writer After reviewing the proposed Westside Subway Extension, independent experts hired by the Beverly Hills City Council claim that tunneling under Beverly will be hazardous to students and faculty.  The experts, all of whom are a part of the Exponent-Failure Analysis Associates, report in their review that the MTA study published by […]

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