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Beverly ASB prepares for homecoming Drumline begs for more appreciation Trash piles up after lunch

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 […]

‘How Hollywood Works’ revived by Hersh, Sarandos

Upasana Mannur, staff writer Junior Molly Hersh and senior Anthony Sarandos collaborated to revive the 70s KBEV production “How Hollywood Works,” evolving the concept in the process. Sarandos, director and producer, joined the production after watching Hersh’s first episode last year, featuring director Michael Grossman. While previous episodes of “How Hollywood Works” hosted professionals of all calibers, […]

Trash piles up after lunch

Sadie Hersh, staff writer The trash problem returned with the start of the 2014-2015 school year. When the lunch bell rings, students gather on the patios and lawn and chow down. By the time the closing bell sounds, the school is trashed.      

Gabai pursues culinary career

18 September 2014

This is one in a series of four articles about students who plan to continue their elective studies after high school. Ben Shofet, staff writer Junior Joel Gabai is cooking up his third year in culinary arts. He plans on extending his culinary career by enlisting in the United States Navy. “After high school I’m […]

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Romeo and Juliet returns to Beverly

17 September 2014

Ben Shofet, staff writer The new director of the theater department, Dr. Brad Vincent is putting on a tribute performance of Romeo and Juliet for the first time since John Ingle’s performance of the same play. Ingle was a well respected theatre teacher for 21 years at Beverly. Ingle’s five daughters will be present during […]

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Theatre students jumpstart their careers

16 September 2014

This is one in a series of four articles about students who plan to continue their elective studies after high school. Juliette Deutsch, co-editor-in-chief Senior Yassi Noubahar has participated in the theatre arts department on campus for her entire high school career. She is currently in her second year in Theatre Arts Workshop (TAW) and […]

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Photo students influence peers

16 September 2014

This is one in a series of four articles about students who plan to continue their elective studies after high school. Sadie Hersh, photo editor Seniors Alex Ghavami and Dominique Desage both take their interest in photography beyond the classroom itself. Ghavami has been in the photography program for four years, and Desage has been […]

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Uncovering the mastermind behind the Cronut

16 September 2014

Juliette Deutsch, co-editor-in-chief The Cronut is a simple yet decadent concept, of a hybrid of a croissant and a doughnut. The pastry has quite literally taken over the food scene through social media. Pastry chef upon pastry chef have tried to recreate this delectable offering. However, the dessert mastermind behind the Cronut, Chef Dominique Ansel, […]

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Dance Company members salute Martin Luther King Jr.

12 September 2014

Lolita Gorbacheva, staff writer Marty Schnapp, staff writer Veronica Pahomova, staff writer Some members of Dance Company performed for Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech’s 50th anniversary.

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Week Two Fantasy Football Advice

12 September 2014

Jackson Prince, co-editor-in-chief I swear, this is going to become the “Stevan Ridley” column unless I drop him from my roster. I was promised the best inside rusher on the Patriots. Instead, I watched on as Shane Vereen played three times more than my guy, and even scampered into the endzone. Blech. I love Week One. […]

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Pencils of Promise club on the rise

09 September 2014

Karen Shilyan, staff writer Pencils of Promise is an organization that builds schools, programs and global communities around the common goal of education for all. Their mission is to provide every child with the access to a quality education, regardless of economic circumstances. The charity began when Adam Braun, a Brown University graduate, asked one […]

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The Nation makes its debut

08 September 2014

Celine Rezvani, staff writer The Nation, a brand new spirit club, kicked off on Sept. 2. The club’s main goal is to support fellow Normans, and aims to achieve 100 percent membership from the student body. The idea for a completely inclusive organization was pitched by current senior Jackson Prince at the end of last year, and […]

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Normans lose to Templeton in first 2014 game

07 September 2014

Jackson Prince, co-editor-in-chief The Normans fell to Templeton High School, 41-7, at home on Friday night, mainly attributed to Templeton’s “no-huddle offense” and a lack of familiarity to “game speed,” according to head coach Charlie Stansbury. Though the stat-line shows a respectable margin between the teams, the numbers tell a different story: the Normans have […]

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