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ASB makes history with gender free Homecoming court Athletes open up about anthem protests New junior makes impact on varsity basketball New turf renovation promises safer experience for athletes Season series: Varsity Football Ep. 2
 

ASB makes history with gender free Homecoming court

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 […]

Athletes open up about anthem protests

AJ Wolken staff writer During the preseason of the 2016 NFL season, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick decided to sit, and eventually kneel, during the national anthem to “stand up for people who are oppressed.” The backlash that followed the protest was immense, with people all over America taking different stances on the situation, ranging […]

New junior makes impact on varsity basketball

Sam Bernstein staff writer Described by friends as a De’Aaron Fox lookalike and described by teammates as “hard-working” and “‘confident”, boys varsity basketball has a fresh face at the wing with new student Marcel Stevens. Stevens, a junior, transferred from Bishop Montgomery High School in Torrance. Stevens said the move went well and appreciates the […]

New turf renovation promises safer experience for athletes

Jason Harward editor-in-chief The installation of a new synthetic turf, which began Aug. 1, is expected to finish and be ready for play on Monday, Oct. 9. While the old turf had outlived its life by 5 years and was quickly deteriorating past safe play, the fall schedule of renovation was not the most ideal for […]

Season series: Varsity Football Ep. 2

Priscilla Hopper media manager Sophia Goldberg sports editor Jamie Kim co-editor-in-chief EPISODE 2: TEAM LEADERS Seniors Thomas Goolsby and Jonathan Tansey touch on the importance of leadership and how what it means to be a team. Varsity football’s next game is away against Hawthorne High School Oct. 6. 

Leah Shapiro breaks multiple school records

22 May 2012

By Arman Zadeh, Staff Writer Junior first baseman Leah Shapiro recently broke multiple school records in a single season of softball. In her first year at Beverly, Shapiro managed to make the varsity softball team, become the team’s third batter in the lineup, break two school records, become a junior captain, make First Team All […]

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Community donates hair for cancer patient wigs

21 May 2012

Sayeh Mohammadi, Business Manager Pantene Beautiful Lengths Hair Donations is taking place on May 29, during lunch on the front lawn in order to provide natural wigs to cancer patients who have lost their hair due to chemotherapy. Donated hair must be at least eight inches in length and undamaged. Curly hair is acceptable; hair […]

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Josh Glass supports sister-in-law’s ventures in American Idol

21 May 2012

Adam Rosenberg-Wolf, Cub Writer Josh Glass, algebra and statistics teacher, recently had his sister-in-law, musician Jen Hirsh, sing on reality singing competition American Idol. “We were incredibly supportive of Jen being on American Idol,” Glass enthusiastically said. Hirsch unfortunately got kicked off the show as a semifinalist. “There was a bad vibe in the class […]

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Under the Spanish sun

19 May 2012

Sheila Farzani, Cub Writer Everyone has wondered what the secrets to happiness are in life. In a land of intricate, old architecture and people relaxing in parks blooming with greenery, the answers may appear. Spanish teacher Hayley Westhoff’s experiences in Spain brought her self-discovery about her passion for teaching and the simple joys of life. […]

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Music video fails to do justice for “Call Me Maybe”

18 May 2012

Parmis Sahrapima, Web Co-Editor-in-Chief Carly Rae Jepsen, a Canadian artist and singer-songwriter, released her viral song “Call Me Maybe” through 604 Records on Sept. 20, 2011. After the song attracted international attention, Jepsen was signed to Schoolboy Records and released her single in the United States. Produced by John Ramsay, “Call Me Maybe” is an […]

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Private Second Class Leo Lee shares his experience in First City Rifle Corps

17 May 2012

Kevin Park, staff writer Private Second Class Leo Lee wants to share his experience of airborne unit in First City Rifle Corps (FCRC), hoping to inspire more students who are interested in military career. FCRC, which Lee has been participating in for eight months, is an organization that provides an extensive opportunity to students to experience what […]

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Chipotle creates confusing new store

17 May 2012

Zachary Fouladian, Staff Writer Chipotle is a popular destination for Beverly students. Start walking east from the school on Gregory or Charleville, and a hop, skip and a jump later you’ve hit Beverly Drive, home to an ever-changing population of stores but an ever-present Chipotle. And that’s part of Chipotle’s allure: even if you don’t […]

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Governor Brown’s budget proposal threatens sharp education cuts

16 May 2012

Robert Katz, Staff Writer On Monday, Jan. 14, Governor Jerry Brown proposed a collection of budget cuts dealing with the state’s swollen deficit, which has reached $15.7 billion, an unfortunate far cry from the $9.2 billion estimated by the state in January. This will, naturally, lead to more severe cuts to healthcare, welfare and salary […]

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KIIS FM hosts annual Wango Tango

16 May 2012

Michelle Banyan, Staff Writer On May 12, KIIS-FM held the 15th annual Wango Tango at The Home Depot Center in Carson, CA.  With people from all over California flooding into the arena to listen to their favorite artists, The Home Depot Center served as unique concert setting. “The atmosphere was unbelievable.  It was crazily crowded […]

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Stay clear of the Gonzo

15 May 2012

When good intentions meet terrible acting and poor plot “Beware the Gonzo” is the result. In the film, Eddie “Gonzo” Gilman, played by Ezra Miller is an ambitious high school student who hopes to reveal the evils of his school, Parker Prep, to the lesser known students of the school. The first issue with this […]

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