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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 […]

Girls’ frosh/soph soccer loses scrimmage, but looks on bright side

14 January 2012

Marguerite Alberts, Staff Writer On the upper field, the girls Frosh/Soph soccer team lost a scrimmage they hosted against El Segundo. The final score was 4-0, El Segundo. This season the team has four players who are out and one player that is still playing despite an injury. “They affect the team in practices and […]

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Watchtower yearbook update

13 January 2012

Yearbook prices are on the rise.  Make sure to buy yours for $130 before Jan. 21 when the price WILL GO UP! Head to www.jostensyearbooks.com to purchase your yearbook by Jan. 20 to take advantage of this price.  And while you’re there, don’t forget to make your yearbook unique with your very own personalization.  Time […]

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Arson fires raise awareness before the new year

13 January 2012

Parmis Sahrapima, Web Co-Editor-in-Chief The week leading up to the New Year turned out to be a disappointment for quite a few people as arson fires broke out in the Los Angeles area. With a total of 55 cars set on fire, the firebombs were reported to have taken place at public parking lots and […]

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Girls’ JV soccer scoreless against Lawndale

13 January 2012

Parmis Sahrapima, Web Co-Editor-in-Chief With only three minutes left to the first half of the game, girls’ JV soccer player Carmen Garrido made her way across the field to help her teammates in their match against Lawndale. The final score stayed tied at 0-0. There were a few good opportunities for both teams, but all […]

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And THAT’S why I hate today

13 January 2012

Zachary Fouladian, Staff Writer Friday the 13th and I don’t exactly get along. First time I ever remember having a bad one was in elementary school. I was rushing to lunch (it was pizza day) and I managed to slam right into the hardest-headed kid in the school. I got my first nosebleed ever right […]

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Breaking Night: a must read

13 January 2012

Candice Hannani, Staff Writer Last year, many students were encouraged to read Unbroken and meet Louis Zamperini, the man who miraculously survived the WWII Japanese POW camps described in the book. Yet there is another hero who deserves recognition for becoming successful despite a formerly tumultuous life. Through her memoir Breaking Night, Liz Murray vividly […]

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Electronic music, DJs should be praised

13 January 2012

Candice Hannani, Staff Writer New, unique, creative. It seems like today our world revolves around these three words. And what goes around does so in a full 360; the music industry is no exception, as electronic music has become incredibly popular within the past few years, ushering in a modern genre of computerized sounds. We’ve […]

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Freshmen basketball blows out Hawthorne, continues season strong

13 January 2012

Arman Zadeh, Staff Writer On Wednesday, Jan. 11, the boys’ freshmen basketball team continued on their already successful season with a win, blowing out the Hawthorne Cougars by a score of 63-21. Beverly now stands with a record of 14-3. By halftime, the Normans led with a score of 30-9, but the team did not […]

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You can vote, but do you know enough to?

13 January 2012

Zachary Fouladian, Staff Writer High school is a time when most students reach the legal voting age, but how many of us actually know enough about politics to make that decision? For most of our lives, we could get by without knowing the specifics, just hating Bush can get you by in most of California. […]

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College Apps: overwhelming or overrated?

13 January 2012

Pasha Farmanara, Web Co-Editor-in-Chief From the day one starts high school, until graduation everything a student does is for one reason. It is the reason students deprive themselves of sleep, bury their faces in textbooks and check JupiterGrades every chance they get. Students do all of this to get into a good college. Over a […]

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