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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 […]

Anonymous messaging app cultivates antisocial culture

21 September 2016

Eleanor Bogart-Stuart culture editor As a senior in high school in 2017, I’ve grown used to the fad of the “anonymous message” app. Two years ago it was YikYak. One year ago it was Orqa, which was quickly shut down in order to prevent bullying. Now, students are faced with yet another medium to confess […]

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Embrace Your Beauty Mark/Active Minds Club promotes importance of mental health

21 September 2016

Lauren Hannani staff writer Stress and anxiety can be common for students stuck in a strenuous work routine. However, the Embrace Your Beauty Mark/Active Minds Club hopes to lessen or prevent this struggle from occurring during the school year by boosting students’ mental health. After experiencing her own struggles in school, club president Rebecca Meshkani […]

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California Supreme Court upholds power of teacher unions, permanent status

19 September 2016

Jason Harward, staff writer A polarizing issue, the relevance of teacher unions, was recently heard by the California Supreme Court by way of Vergara v. California, a case that dealt with the power and boundaries of teacher unions and the extent of permanent status. Permanent status, which is often (and mistakenly) called tenure, is what […]

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Work Experience is no ordinary class

19 September 2016

Isaiah Freedman Sports Editor For a class that only meets once a week, Work Experience packs a huge learning punch. Open only to students who currently have jobs or are TAs (Teacher Assistants), the class is designed to prepare students for life after school. Spearheading the Work Experience Program, which meets twice a month, is […]

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Girls varsity tennis wins big against Crossroads

19 September 2016

Ben Dahan staff writer The varsity girls tennis team secured a lopsided win against Crossroads on Friday, Sept. 16, with an end score of 16-2. This game marks another victory for coach YuYu Myinttun and the team this season after losing their first game. The run up to the game was hectic since many of the […]

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New leader of BSU sets new goals

16 September 2016

Eleanor Bogart-Stuart culture editor Leadership of the Black Student Union, better known as BSU, is switching hands. Now that last year’s president Kenya James has graduated and is currently attending Clark Atlanta University, senior Tess Reinhardt has taken the reigns. “I established a relationship with Kenya last year and we both collaborated ideas for the […]

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Girls varsity volleyball loses to West Torrance

16 September 2016

Lauren Hannani staff writer Girls varsity volleyball fell to West Torrance in its first league home game on Thursday, Sept. 15 with a final score of 3-1. The team was defeated in three sets, losing to the opposing team 8-25 in the first set, 16-25 in the second and 9-25 in the fourth. Some of […]

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Song Pom’s comeback

14 September 2016

Song Pom has been absent for over a decade. Coach Jimmie Sanford decided to bring back the dance-cheer hybrid for the 2016-2017 season.  

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Madrigals perform at Sept. 11 memorial ceremony

13 September 2016

  The Beverly Hills community gathered as they mourned the deaths of the first responders and victims of the attacks on the World Trade Center in 2001.

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Lower enrollment leads to more opportunities for students

13 September 2016

Sophia Goldberg, Business Manager Benjamin Shofet, Co-Editor-in-Chief With enrollment steadily dropping in each of the five BHUSD schools over the past six years, the district can now allocate a larger amount of money to spend per student. The district receives its funding through property taxes, and the budget is independent of how many students are […]

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