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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 […]

Boys varsity soccer skims past Culver City

12 February 2018

Vivian Geilim opinion editor Tension ran high during the last game of the season for the boys varsity soccer team against one of its biggest rivals, Culver City. This was the second time the two teams battled on the field, the first game taking place Jan. 24 with Culver City defeating Beverly 6-1. However, on […]

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Wrestling finds success at league tournament, looks forward to CIF individuals

11 February 2018

Brian Harward staff writer Jason Harward editor-in-chief The varsity wrestling team placed second overall at Bay League finals on Thursday, Feb. 8. With finalists in seven weight classes and at least 10 wrestlers moving on to CIF Southern Section, many on the team felt this was just a signal for things to come. “I think a lot […]

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Board of Education promises no reconfiguration during 2018-19 school year

09 February 2018

Jason Harward co-editor-in-chief In the interest of moving forward with a simpler, more focused approach toward reconfiguration, the Board of Education unofficially promised the community that no students would be relocated in the 2018-19 school year at the Feb. 6 special board meeting. The decision was made in part as a courtesy to parents, many of […]

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

09 February 2018

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 […]

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AcaDeca competes in county competition

06 February 2018

Sophia Goldberg sports editor The AcaDeca team completed in the Academic Decathlon Los Angeles County Competition, which took place on Jan. 27 and Feb. 3. Scores will be announced for both the subjective and objective events on Feb. 8. The competition took place at El Rancho High School, where the students were tested in the public […]

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SLIDESHOW: Varsity basketball versus SAMO

05 February 2018

Jamie Kim co-editor-in-chief Posters saying “Orange is the new bad,” “Halloween is over” and “Your mama said you left your game at home” were plastered on the walls of the gymnasium at Santa Monica High School, yet they did nothing to dampen the energy of the Beverly crowd. On Feb. 2, the varsity basketball teams […]

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Senior Keeley Black with Blake Griffin

Students react to Blake Griffin trade

05 February 2018

Sam Bernstein staff writer The Los Angeles Clippers traded five-time all-star forward Blake Griffin to the Detroit Pistons for guard Avery Bradley, forward Tobias Harris and center Boban Marjanović on Jan. 29. The Clippers, who also gave up forward Brice Johnson and center Willie Reed in the deal, received a future protected first-round draft pick […]

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Teacher turned trendsetter

02 February 2018

Desiree Gonzalez staff writer Mikaela Rabizadeh staff writer She is tagged as the “Queen of Bargains.” Her friends refer to her the fashion doppelgänger of Cher from “Clueless”. She is often noted as Beverly’s Best Dressed. But you may just know her as Ms. Gordon. History teacher Marissa Gordon is often seen rocking a Gucci […]

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Make America great by keeping Dreamers

02 February 2018

Catherine Gagulashvili staff writer Dreamers are people. They arrived to the U.S. before they turned 16, they have studied here, they have worked here and they have thrived here since then. The idea of having them lose work permits and face deportation is one of the most saddening things to come out of Trump’s pathetic […]

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Students speak out about DACA

02 February 2018

Lauren Hannani culture editor In September of last year, the Trump Administration announced that it would not be renewing former president Barack Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which temporarily exempted about 800,000 people brought into the country illegally as children from deportation. President Donald Trump has offered to expand the eligibility of the […]

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