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From Russia to San Diego, hockey star to take talents to Harvard Foodie Series Ep. 3: Gelato-go The Cloverfield Paradox crashes, burns Student disciplined after Snapchat controversy Boys varsity basketball defeats Culver, celebrates Senior Night, coach
 

From Russia to San Diego, hockey star to take talents to Harvard

Sophia Goldberg sports editor From skating around the Toyota Sports Center rink with her brother at four years old, to winning back-to-back gold medals at the Junior World Championships, senior Dominique Petrie fell in love with the game of hockey and has had the opportunity to play the sport on various teams throughout her 13-year […]

Foodie Series Ep. 3: Gelato-go

AJ Wolken staff writer Rinesa Kabashi photo editor Our foodie series gives an exclusive inside look into some of the most popular restaurants in LA! Gelato-go is a new dessert option on Beverly Drive, that offers anything from authentic Italian coffee to tasty pastries to delicious gelato.

The Cloverfield Paradox crashes, burns

Evan Minniti staff writer In 2008, JJ Abrams produced the monster flick “Cloverfield”, a critical and box office success. Eight years later a loosely-connected spiritual sequel, the psychological horror film “10 Cloverfield Lane”, was even more successful. These original movies worked for a number of reasons, especially the lack of complete explanations for why monsters […]

Student disciplined after Snapchat controversy

Sam Bernstein staff writer Jude Binkley staff writer A Beverly cheerleader has recently been accused of sending a derogatory Snapchat of Santa Monica High School’s cheerleaders at Friday night’s varsity boys basketball game at Santa Monica. The Snapchat post is a photo of their cheerleaders with a caption reading “monkeys 😍😍.” The term “monkey” has […]

Boys varsity basketball defeats Culver, celebrates Senior Night, coach’s birthday

Catherine Gagulashvili staff writer Following their previous game against Culver City High School, where they lost by two points, the boys varsity basketball team was able to beat Culver 56-53 in their final league game of the season on Thursday, Feb. 8, qualifying them for CIF. “Coach Jarvis set out a great game plan for […]

Students respond to Proposition 8

13 February 2012

Robert Katz, Staff Writer On Tuesday, Feb. 7, the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled California’s 2008 ban on same-sex marriage, Proposition 8, unconstitutional. The proposition was an amendment to the California Constitution providing that “only marriage between a man and a woman is valid or recognized in California.” It was passed by California […]

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Boys’ JV soccer falls short of championship mark

12 February 2012

Arman Zadeh, staff writer After a very successful season on the field, the boys’ JV soccer team faced defeat in the Ocean League championship game against Culver City. The team finished the season with the second seed and a record of 7-3 in league. After a slow start defensively, Beverly found itself down 2-0 at […]

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Paralytic Stalks Review

07 February 2012

Robert Katz, Staff Writer Paralytic Stalks, psychedelic progressive rock group of Montreal’s newest LP, is their most radical departure from whatever their “norm” actually is. Abandoning their recent electronic motif for a more melodically-driven, grandiose style rife with woodwinds, strings and brass, it’s easy to notice of Montreal’s grasp for something more meaningful and emotional, […]

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Westside Subway Extension deemed dangerous for Beverly

06 February 2012

Candice Hannani, Staff Writer After reviewing the proposed Westside Subway Extension, independent experts hired by the Beverly Hills City Council claim that tunneling under Beverly will be hazardous to students and faculty.  The experts, all of whom are a part of the Exponent-Failure Analysis Associates, report in their review that the MTA study published by […]

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Robotics holds toiletries drive for P.A.T.H. shelter

06 February 2012

Julia Waldow, Print Arts & Style Editor The Robotics team held a hygiene drive from Jan. 24 to Jan. 31 to send toothbrushes, toothpaste, soap, lotion, hand sanitizer and dental floss to the P.A.T.H. homeless shelter in Los Angeles, which aspires to help homeless individuals find jobs, save money, receive housing and “empower their lives […]

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ACTA: the international SOPA

31 January 2012

Marguerite Alberts, Staff Writer Zachary Fouladian, Staff Writer In the past few months, a few new bills have been put up for vote that are intended to widen the coverage of law enforcement to the Internet. These bills include Stop Anti Piracy Act (SOPA), Protect IP Act (PIPA), and Anti-Counterfieting Act (ACTA). After protests from […]

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Theater season is back

31 January 2012

Kevin Park, Staff Writer Normans’ theater season is coming back soon. The performing art department is keen to continue its success of last year’s performance of Fiddler on the Roof, which was about the Russian Jewish tradition during the pre-Revolutionary era, with the immortal American classic, Grease. Grease, composed by two American musical composers, Jim Jacobs and […]

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Technology is getting our generation too distracted

30 January 2012

Parmis Sahrapima, Web Co-Editor-in-Chief Speaking as a student who faces the same problems and goes through the same experiences as millions of other teenagers, I can honestly admit that the first thing that comes to my mind when I get home from school is my precious computer. For others, it may be their cell phone, […]

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ASB’s goals following election

27 January 2012

The 2012 ASB members were elected on Thursday Jan. 19. Following the election, ASB’s goals are to work on filling up the open spots with candidates who lost in the election, and to get students more involved in lunchtime activities. “Our first thing is working on the commissioner elections,” Head Row Secretary Anton Saleh said. […]

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Obama’s take on education, 2012

26 January 2012

Arman Zadeh, Staff Writer On Jan. 24, President Obama delivered his final State of the Union address for his first term. The president left much emphasis on the same familiar themes as he has been since his first address, such as his policy on education. During his speech, Obama highlighted that in order to aid […]

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