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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.

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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A closer look into KBEV

17 February 2012

Parmis Sahrapima, Web Co-Editor-in-Chief Students enrolled in KBEV, an ROP film and production class, visited Columbia College in Hollywood, Calif. on Jan. 27. This allowed members of KBEV to explore future options for post-high school colleges, classes and programs. “Taking an ROP class can help students who are unsure of their career interests and those […]

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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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