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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.

Maple Counseling offers services

28 September 2012

Jessica Saadian, staff writer The Maple Counseling at the NormanAid Center provides several services that are all confidential, including individual counseling for adolescents, parent-child programs and tutoring. Counseling may help students to have self-confidence and cope with their issues. Confidentiality allows teenagers to open up about their dilemmas without a fear of counselors revealing their […]

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Girls’ varsity tennis hopes to bounce back after loss against Peninsula

25 September 2012

Dami Kim, social media director In their sixth match in Ocean League, the varsity girls’ tennis team played against Palos Verdes Peninsula High School and lost 4-14 on Sept. 24, 2012. Although they have won matches against Palisades Charter High School and Marlborough High School, this match against Peninsula became their fourth loss this season. […]

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Hinojosa’s upcoming book previewed by Enrichments

24 September 2012

Jessica Lu, staff writer Hinojosa’s upcoming book previewed by Enrichments Roel Hinojosa, AP Government and Economics and AP Comparative teacher, has been writing a book on religion and previews the ideas for students during his monthly Enrichment class. “I started offering these Enrichments because I’ve been writing this book,” he said.  “I think that my […]

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‘Finding Nemo’ revives itself in 3D

21 September 2012

Parmis Sahrapima, staff writer “Finding Nemo,” which re-released this year after the original release 10 years ago, is definitely a movie to watch for those who never got a glimpse of the movie and even for those who are planning to watch it again. The release of this classic in 3D is definitely worth the […]

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Why you should visit every school you can

21 September 2012

 Oliver Gallop, Graphics editor It’s always best to listen to your parents. During junior year, I did not want to think about colleges, I wanted to think about how to pass my AP classes that were new and extremely difficult for me. I had dream schools in mind, but my thoughts about the schools I […]

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Shields is an evolution for Grizzly Bear

19 September 2012

Robert Katz, Assistant Web Editor Shields, Grizzly Bear’s latest art rock release, is a wonder of modern rock. Capturing the dreamy, pastoral mellowness of previous releases, including the breakthrough Veckatimest, and infusing it with a baroque expressiveness, Shields represents a definable evolution of the group and is easily one of the most adventurous records of […]

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Lessons from Mr. Involved

19 September 2012

Benjamin Hannani, Spotlight Editor After starting and leading clubs, participating in student government, playing sports and writing for the school newspaper, I know a thing or two about how to get involved. When I first stepped into the hallowed halls of Beverly 4 years ago, though, I was just as dazed and confused as the […]

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Getting involved at Beverly

19 September 2012

Continued from the Sept. 21 print edition are more ways for students on campus to get involved. Service Learning Dami Kim, Social Media Director Service Learning is an elective class offered during sixth period for students who want to be more involved at school and give back to the community. Students organize and participate in […]

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Proposition 30 Survey

19 September 2012

Candice Hannani, feature editor Prop 30, which will be on California’s November ballot, aims to raise taxes in order to stop additional school-related budget cuts. If passed, the law would protect state colleges and universities from losing over $1 billion a year and increasing tuition costs. If Prop 30 is not passed, however, it will […]

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Heath Ave. trenching changes traffic patterns

19 September 2012

Candice Hannani, Print Feature Editor Workers continue the trenching on Heath Avenue, a process which has forced student and faculty drivers to enter from the front of the science building in order to reach parking lots. Associated with last year’s trenching on the front lawn, the project is part of an upcoming district campaign to […]

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