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Day N Night hits a home run at Angel’s Stadium

Priscilla Hopper media manager AJ Wolken staff writer Day N Night shines in second annual festival After a chaotic first year of poor organization and logistical issues, there was much speculation about the success of this year’s Day N Night music festival held at the Angel’s Stadium in Orange County. The festival, presented by Revolt, […]

Westfield’s Century City mall modernizes, revitalizes after renovations

AJ Wolken staff writer After more than four years of construction, Westfield Century City mall will finish renovations this fall. Westfield spent more than $955 million to increase the mall to over 1.3 million square feet and it was worth every penny. The mall looks to be completely revitalized, with tons of new stores and […]

TAW presents upbeat twist on Shakespeare classic

Brian Harward staff writer With hip-hop currently trending on Broadway, led by the wildly popular “Hamilton,” Theater Arts Workshop’s (TAW) performance of the rap-heavy “Bomb-Itty of Errors” is a timely twist on Shakespeare’s “Comedy of Errors.” Although rap-influenced musicals are extremely popular now, the concept of using hip-hop in musicals is nothing new. “‘Hamilton’ was […]

Season series: Varsity Football Ep.1

Priscilla Hopper  video/audio manager Sophia Goldberg sports editor Jamie Kim co-editor-in-chief AJ Wolken staff writer EPISODE 1: COACHES Football’s Head Coach Steve Geanakos and Assistant Coach John Johnson explain their goals for the season. “Success can be measured in a bunch of different ways, hopefully that translates into some wins because these kids deserve some […]

New math teacher brings varied interests to profession

Jamie Kim co-editor-in-chief There are some who say that math is an art form, and new math teacher Ara Melikian has long ago found a way to balance both math and art in his life. Melikian believes that his many interests, such as art, public transportation and, of course, math, are integral to understanding his multifaceted […]

Ronan Massana, Beverly basketball star

06 March 2012

Arman Zadeh, Staff Writer In only his sophomore year, Ronan Massana is already a veteran in the Beverly basketball program and continues to perfect his game. Massana’s hard work paid off when he became the youngest player on the varsity basketball team his freshman year. “I got to scrimmage and practice with the team which […]

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Beverly alum Robert Sherman dies

06 March 2012

Sarit Kashanian, Staff Writer Alumnus Robert Sherman passed away on Monday, March 5 in London, England at the age of 86. Sherman was an American songwriter and musical film specialist who worked with his brother Richard to produce songs for movies.  Some of the brothers’ songs were featured in famous movies such as “Mary Poppins”, […]

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The unfortunate rise of four-letter words

02 March 2012

By Julia Waldow, Print Arts & Style Editor When I was in elementary school, I used to admire the “big kids” who I saw on the playground.  Everything they did, whether it was running the mile or gossiping with their friends, seemed so chic and sophisticated. Their statuses were elevated in my mind due to […]

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Teenage Depression

02 March 2012

Marguerite Alberts, Staff Writer During the teenage years a lot can change besides your academics and social life. The body changes as well, including the mind. The teenage mentality is vastly different than the adolescent mentality. It is just as important to know what is going on mentally as physically. Teenage depression is a serious […]

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A Separation wins Oscar for best Foreign Language Film

29 February 2012

Parmis Sahrapima, Web Co-Editor-in-Chief A Separation, a film directed by Asghar Farhadi, became vastly popular worldwide after its release in 2011. Widely recognized for its stimulating drama and honest portrayals of the inequality existing in Iranian society, A Separation won the Oscar for best Foreign Language Film at the 84th Annual Academy Awards held on […]

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Model U.N. delegation receives Debate and Diplomacy Award

27 February 2012

Pasha Farmanara, Web Editor-in-Chief News in brief: On Saturday, Feb. 25, students participated in the Model U.N. Security Council Conference at Gahr High School. Seventeen schools participated in this event, and most of the schools offer Model UN as a class, while it remains a club at Beverly. Beverly’s delegation was one of four schools to […]

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The farmers’ market at Century City delivers a freshness

27 February 2012

Kevin Park, Staff Writer The farmers’ market at Century City is a place that can provide a relaxing experience to people who are stuck in a busy city life. Farmers’ markets not only bring fresh and organic foods and other goods to customers directly, but it also connect the isolation between the producers and consumers, […]

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Reign of Terror

24 February 2012

Robert Katz, Staff Writer Reign of Terror, noise-pop duo Sleigh Bells’ sophomore album, is the sort of record I love to see in these days of increasingly humble rock releases. It’s heavy, oppressive and polished. However, as much as I appreciate it, it isn’t actually what I wanted from the group, composed of guitarist Derek […]

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Not a cause for celebration

21 February 2012

By Julia Waldow, Print Arts & Style Editor When Chris Brown performed the songs “Turn Up the Music” and “I Can Only Imagine” to a multitude of screams and cheers at the 2012 Grammy awards,  I was shocked. However, when he snagged the award for Best R&B album, I was appalled.  How is it that […]

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Jon Cherney Humanitarian Award

21 February 2012

The 17th annual Jon Cherney Humanitarian Award will be presented this year in loving memory of Jon Cherney, a 1985 Beverly graduate and Broadcast Production Coordinator of the Media Center.  This $2500 college scholarship is awarded annually to a member of the senior class who epitomizes Jon’s unique combination of academic achievement, creative talent and […]

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