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Changes applied to 2016 -2017 school year

Vivian Geilim, photo editor Ben Shofet, business manager Isaiah Freedman, staff writer As a repercussion from Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) 2015-2016 visit, administration has been urged to make various modifications. According to principal David Jackson, the organization’s main concern dealt with a lack of structured staff collaboration. One way to accommodate WASC’s […]

Construction moving forward

Keith Stone opinion editor Construction will be moving ahead this summer, starting in mid-June and continuing for more than five years. After much discussion and argument, and hours of planning, Principal Dave Jackson has a concrete plan of action for Beverly’s architectural future. “There will be a construction fence put up around the school…we are going […]

Guide to the 2016 ASB Elections

Below you will find candidates running opposed in the 2016-17 ASB elections. All of the positions not mentioned in this post are running unopposed. Students can vote through Jupiter Grades by clicking on the section “Tests and Lessons” section. Voting opened today and will close this Thursday. Head Row President Noah Lee    “I have an unparalleled, burning […]

Culinary students cook for their ‘mystery box final’

Chef Rick Leece’s students were presented with three ingredients and had to immediately create a savory dish. No, this was not an episode of Chopped, this was the culinary program’s mystery box final. During sixth period on May 10, four students embarked on an assignment for their final grades.        

AP in dire need of reform

Ben Shofet Business Manager Every single year around this time, students stress over their upcoming AP tests. Students are brought up to believe that without AP classes on their transcript, they won’t be viewed as competitive candidates for the college of their choice. According to College Counselor Ah Young Chi, they are absolutely correct. “The likelihood […]

BEVY Awards rewards theater students

18 May 2016

Lauren Hannani staff writer The BEVY Awards, an annual award ceremony for Theater Arts Workshop (TAW) students, took place in the Salter Theater last Friday, May 13, to reward student- actors for their hard work and dedication to the year’s plays. Some prestigious awards of the night included TAW Member of the Year, which was […]

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Record, edit, upload

18 May 2016

Debby Rasson, cub writer Chanel backpack, Nike shoes, Pink sweatpants, Brandy Melville top, and Dutch braids. The casual lazy day outfit of a YouTuber, well at least for Hailey Sani. With a total of 307,634 subscribers, Sani started her own channel on YouTube when she was just 13-years-old. “I’m really glad I decided to start […]

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Local acrobat embarks on career in circus

18 May 2016

Sam Bernstein, cub writer Freshman Sky Fabe has a dog, he finds photoshopping cats in space hilarious and he aspires to be a performer. A circus performer. Not like the Ringling Brothers, or a conventional American circus, but like French-Canadian circus arts, with Cirque Du Soliel type acrobatics. “The biggest misconception about circus is that […]

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National Honors Society election results

17 May 2016

The officer positions for the National Honors Society (NHS) were determined on May 16, 2016, by the votes of the NHS student members. As NHS Adviser Malia Frutschy-Warner said, the elections were relatively close, but there were clear winners for each race. Below are the winners and their corresponding positions.   Jordan Grode – President […]

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Racing prodigy pursues career

17 May 2016

AJ Wolken, cub writer It’s not every day that Goodyear hands out a sponsorship. It’s even more unusual that they hand out a sponsorship to a high school student. Sophomore Nick Fohrer’s passion is car racing. Inspired by his father’s interest in racing and his own love of cars, Fohrer has seven years of experience. […]

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Navy training program provides initiative

17 May 2016

Priscilla Hopper, cub writer Outside of school some students put on helmets for football and other students dress in costumes for theater. But for senior Andrew Park, donning a uniform is not only for an extra curricular, it is his duty. Park is a petty officer of the Los Angeles division of the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet […]

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Norman moves to pursue skiing

17 May 2016

Evan Minniti staff writer Even with the biting breeze in her hair, snow falling around her, goggles fogging from a panting breath and sweat freezing upon her face, sophomore Sloane Ramras feels at home skiing. In fact, Ramras loves it, she is moving to the town of Mammoth, California. in the Sierra Nevadas, and will attend […]

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Pop star in the making

14 May 2016

Eleanor Bogart-Stuart staff writer Max Yera staff writer The striking blond hair, a plush fur coat and an instrument in his hands should be the reason that junior Taylor Briggs stands out from the crowd. But Briggs is more than the sum of these parts: he’s a young pop star in the making. Briggs has […]

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How punk rock keeps AP History teacher revved for class

13 May 2016

Olivia Gonzalez Britt, cub writer Wearing his Doc Martens and mutton chops, AP U.S. History and Government teacher Dan Moroaica has the time to work, be with his family and live the secret life of a punk rockstar. Moroaica and his friends founded the Cirkumvent band in 1996 during their sophomore year of high school […]

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Boys varsity tennis advances to CIF Round Two

13 May 2016

Marty Schnapp co-editor-in-chief Boys varsity tennis pulled out a 16-2 home victory over Fountain Valley during the first round of CIF on Wednesday and will advance to the round of 16. The team was forced to play without junior Jack Harris due to injury. “Overall the team played well, considering we played with an improvised […]

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