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Californians, Normans take action in midst of historic drought Normans defeated by South Pasadena, 42-9 Beverly ASB prepares for homecoming Drumline begs for more appreciation

Californians, Normans take action in midst of historic drought

Eleanor Bogart-Stuart, staff writer Jackson Prince, co-editor-in-chief California is currently in the midst of a true environmental crisis. For the past few years, with each watering of the Front Lawn and late-night jacuzzi, citizens of the Golden State lose more water, digging themselves further into what is one of the most severe droughts in the […]

Normans defeated by South Pasadena, 42-9

Sadie Hersh, photo editor The Normans fell to the South Pasadena High School Tigers by a score of 42-9. While kicker David Dolgin booted a field goal to give the Normans a three-point lead in the first quarter, the lead was soon lost and gone. Despite an impressive stat-line produced by fullback Rashad Ysaguirre (over […]

Beverly’s modern makeover

Karen Shilyan, staff writer Students are going to experience a 21st century renovation with new plans for construction to the campus in the next couple of years. The changes are inspired by a welcoming, pedestrian oriented atmosphere to give students a more flexible learning experience. It will respect the beloved past by maintaining the original […]

ASB prepares for homecoming

Lucas Harward, staff writer ASB is currently planning for homecoming week set to begin on Oct. 13, with the homecoming football game occurring on Friday Oct. 18. Among other duties, ASB members are organizing the spirit week, tailgate and after-party. ASB advisor Mark Mead is confident with ASB’s current position in the preparation process. “We’re […]

Drumline begs for more appreciation

Veronica Pahomova staff writer Disclaimer: I am a percussionist in band and a member of drumline. Beverly’s drumline – and all drumlines – are underappreciated. Go ahead and ask any non-band member what drumline is. Some might pull out the textbook definition, “a group of percussion instruments in a marching band.” Others might just refer […]

A look at the iPhone’s new features

09 October 2014

Karen Shilyan, business manager Apple unveiled two revolutionary new products in September: the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Thousands of devotees have been lining up for weeks just to be the first ones to have access to the new technology. However, in order to make the right choice between the two, one must consider […]

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Jackson Fives: Week Six Edition

Jackson Fives: Week Six Edition

09 October 2014

Jackson Prince, co-editor-in-chief  Down goes Calvin Johnson. Down goes Rashad Jennings. Down goes Donald Brown, Mike Evans, Jake Locker. Down goes Reggie Bush. Down goes Montee Ball. Down goes Zac Stacy. Down goes Jimmy Graham. Hell of a week, if you ask me. Add Drew Brees, Brandin Cooks, Khiry Robinson, Pierre Thomas, Travis Kelce and […]

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Service Learning draws student support for AIDS Walk

07 October 2014

Karen Shilyan, business manager Service Learning encourages students to participate in the annual walkathon fundraiser AIDS Walk, which will take place Sunday, Oct. 12 at West Hollywood Park. For years, students have taken an active role in the fundraising efforts. The walk began as a way to create awareness for HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) and […]

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Girls varsity volleyball falls to El Segundo in first league game

03 October 2014

Ben Shofet, staff writer The girls varsity volleyball team lost their first Ocean League game of the season to El Segundo on Oct. 2. “We had heard that they were a pretty good team, but all of us were a little nervous. But when we started warming up and saw them play, we realized we […]

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Reps for Mongols focuses on building muscle mass, promotes foreign government-oppression awareness

03 October 2014

Marty Schnapp staff writer Reps for Mongols hopes to lift the international “burden of oppression” by lifting weights. The club is still in its preliminary phase of development, and it is not yet fully approved to function on campus because it does not have a faculty sponsor.  But headed by seniors Raven Castro, Dan Park and […]

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Cole Plante finalized for homecoming entertainment

02 October 2014

Lucas Harward, staff writer “Colechella” will make its last debut at Beverly this homecoming. DJ Cole Plante has been confirmed by ASB to perform after the homecoming football game on Oct. 17. Plante, a senior, is thrilled to have an important role in his senior year homecoming experience. “It’s great. I’ve been doing it for […]

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‘Noises Off’ announced as Fall Play

01 October 2014

Ben Shofet, staff writer  One week after the performances of “Romeo and Juliet,” Theatre Arts Workshop Director Dr. Brad Vincent announced and casted the fall play, ‘Noises Off.’ “It’s the funniest play I’ve ever seen,” he said. “I expect this play to be an even bigger success than ‘Romeo and Juliet.’ It’s a comedy; it’s […]

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Technology steals time and focus from students

29 September 2014

Eleanor Bogart-Stuart, staff writer Celine Rezvani, staff writer Marty Schnapp, staff writer Karen Shilyan, business manager Ben Shofet, staff writer Hunching over square metallic tablets, many of the students at Beverly have only one thing on their mind during nutrition and passing periods: social media. During passing periods, students are not doing what’s custom and stopping […]

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Week Four Fantasy Football Advice: Guy’s Five Guys

28 September 2014

Guy Ginsberg, staff writer The first bye week is probably the worst week of the year. For fantasy obsessors like myself, Week Four is the most dreaded time of the season. It’s almost impossible to know if you can trust your bench players to fill those starting spots, so the waiver wire becomes ever so […]

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The Music Corner: new material consistently cheerful,relaxed

26 September 2014

Eleanor Bogart-Stuart, staff writer Although all three artists greatly differ in style and method, they have more in common then they think. With their new work they all share the pattern of a joyful, summery sound. NEW SONG Childish Gambino After such a dark and eccentric sophomore album, rapper/actor Donald Glover (aka Childish Gambino) has […]

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