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Q and A with student photographer: Charly Azoulay Crickets gone wild French Dept. hosts annual Cabaret Q and A with BHPD Beverly

Q and A with student photographer: Charly Azoulay

Ben Shofet, graphcis editor  Highlights: Can you tell me a little bit about yourself? Charly Azoulay: I see myself as a pretty ordinary teenage guy. I like to shoot street photography, despite the fact that people are unwilling to let me take their photo, which just makes things even harder. Because of that, I like […]

Crickets gone wild

Veronica Pahomova, cartoonist Marty Schnapp, news editor Jackson Prince, co-editor-in-chief Karen Shilyan, business manager What people usually see in the hallway: teachers, Mr. Brown, friends. What people saw in the hallways on May 8, 2015: crickets. Lots and lots of crickets. Teachers’ lessons were disrupted. Casual small talk in the hallways was disrupted. The bottom […]

French Dept. hosts annual Cabaret

Ben Shofet, graphics editor  The French program led by foreign language department chair, Corinne Carlson, put on this year’s Cabaret performance and award ceremony for the 22nd year in a row on April 30. “It’s an event that we do at the Beverly High; we have it every year. It’s a show that we put […]

Q and A with BHPD’s Lieutenant Lincoln Hoshino

Ben Shofet, graphics editor Lieutenant Lincoln Hoshino has been a field officer for the last 18 years of his career in the Beverly Hills Police Department (BHPD). For the past three years, Hoshino has acted as the BHPD’s media relations manager. Highlights: Overall in the U.S., do you feel that police departments are harsher on […]

Beverly’s take on modern police brutality

WARNING: VIDEO CONTAINS GRAPHIC SCENE OF THE SHOOTING OF WALTER SCOTT IN SOUTH CAROLINA. Jackson Prince, co-editor-in-chief Sadie Hersh, photo editor The last three years have been defined by tensions between the urban African-American populations of several cities across the United States and their governing police departments. Most recently in the news, Baltimore has been […]

FEATURE: Elizabeth Loranger

11 May 2015

Elias Iraheta, Watchtower Yearbook staff writer She’s holding on for dear life. She sprints through the densely wooded area with a gun in her hand. She circles back and traps her enemy, sending a barrage of bullets into his surprised body. With an air of triumph, Elizabeth Loranger sets down her game controller. The match […]

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Swim team succeeds at preliminaries

08 May 2015

Eleanor Bogart-Stuart culture editor Girls and boys varsity swim teams swam at CIF preliminaries this past Thursday at El Segundo with great success, despite Samo and El Segundo teams dominating the scoreboards for most of the races. “Every player on the team has improved and at every meet I’m proud to call myself a Norman and […]

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Sophomore aids community through Operation U.S.A

07 May 2015

Eleanor Bogart-Stuart culture editor Many students spend their free time focusing on grades, relationships, or even partying. Sophomore Shayan Alavy is one of the few who spends his free time for something that will help the greater good: community service. Meet Operation USA: A non profit charity organization designed to support and advance third world […]

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Slideshow: Pantene Beautiful Lengths hair donations

Slideshow: Pantene Beautiful Lengths hair donations

30 April 2015

Karen Shilyan, business manager    Ben Shofet, graphics editor Exactly 30 lady Normans donated a minimum of eight inches of hair at Service Learning’s annual hair donation event at lunch on April 30. In July 2006, the Pantene Beautiful Lengths program was founded by the American Cancer Society along with Pantene. According to their website, the […]

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Treats to try this Spring

27 April 2015

Juliette Deutsch, co-editor-in-chief Toast at Sqirl 720 N. Virgil Ave., Los Angeles If you enjoy chaos and communal tables as much as you do crispy brioche toast smeared with almond-hazelnut butter or fresh quince paste, then Sqirl may be your new favorite place to brunch in the city. Plus, any place that serves G&B coffee […]

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Baseball dominates Hawthorne in away league match

26 April 2015

Guy Ginsberg sports editor The varsity baseball team faced off in an away league game against Hawthorne on Thursday, April 23, and came out with a 7-1 win, ceiling their second win of the season and improving to a 2-2 league record. The game was highlighted by five shutout innings from sophomore pitcher Grant Gaon, […]

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Damien Rice Live at the Greek Review: A lonely thunder

26 April 2015

Guy Ginsberg sports editor https://vimeo.com/126003337 Irish folk-indie singer Damien Rice released his third studio album, My Favorite Faded Fantasy, in 2014, with various musical experience. He toured with ’90′s rock band Juniper, before settling down for a solo career with the albums “O” in 2002 and “9″ in 2006. It’s Fantasy which brought Rice to […]

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Pennant Party to celebrate student college decisions

23 April 2015

Celine Rezvani, staff writer On Friday, May 1, the deadline to commit to most colleges, a Pennant Party will be held in the College Center during lunch. Dean of College Admissions AhYoung Chi sees May 1 a day to honor students as they begin their transition out of high school. “It’s a day where we […]

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Radio Airlift’s Battle of the Bands rocks

23 April 2015

Jackson Prince co-editor-in-chief Marty Schnapp news editor Radio Airlift hosted Beverly’s second annual Battle of the Bands in the Salter Theatre on Wednesday. Run by senior president of Radio Airlift Matthew Sater, the event saw about 50 attendees, as well as approximately eight acts. The show began with a four-chord song mashup presented by Ukulluminati, […]

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Religious Freedom and Restoration Act: supporting freedom or discrimination?

23 April 2015

Guy Ginsberg sports editor Two leaps back On Thursday, March 26, 2015, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence signed into Indiana law the Religious Freedom and Restoration Act (RFRA). The exact text of the law says this: “…prohibits a governmental entity from substantially burdening a person’s exercise of religion, even if the burden results from a rule […]

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