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Tea Beverly football shows there is room for improvement in loss to Oak Park Sweet Spots: Sweet Rose Creamery Q and A with student photographer: Charly Azoulay Crickets gone wild

Tea & Talk brings current events to forefront

Jason Harward, staff writer During the school-wide event that is club day, clubs lined up and lured students to join their group. One of these, which for most of the event had a line in front of it, was Tea & Talk, a new club founded by sophomores Daniel Kohanbash and Jonathan Tansey. The club […]

Beverly football shows there is room for improvement in loss to Oak Park

Guy Ginsberg co-editor-in-chief The varsity football team was defeated 40-6 by the Oak Park Eagles in their first game of the season on Friday, August 28 at home. The Normans looked outclassed straight off the bat, allowing two touchdowns in the first quarter, falling to an early deficit of 14-0. “We need to work on not […]

Sweet Spots: Sweet Rose Creamery

Juliette Deutsch, co-editor-in-chief Uncovering the best sweet spots in Los Angeles. Sweet Rose Creamery 7565 Beverly Blvd Los Angeles, CA Forget iced tea. There is nothing like perfectly crafted artisan ice cream on a summer day.  No one knows the power of ice cream better than chef Shiho Yoshikawa of Sweet Rose Creamery. Yoshikawa, the […]

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 […]

Junior dives into Olympic trials

28 May 2015

  Lauren Hannani, cub writer Sydney Tran, cub writer As the Olympic games of 2016 approach, one particular student dives into practice in order to qualify in the global sporting event. Training and competing her way to the competition, junior Amy Okada hopes to earn a spot on the United States Olympic swim team next […]

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Sophomore travels world to pursue community service passion

27 May 2015

Eleanor Bogart-Stuart culture editor Many kids at Beverly have exciting summers planned, whether it be at a new internship, camp, or even spending a relaxing two months at home. Most of these plans usually consist of a trip to see relatives or even visit a beach somewhere. Not all people, however, are flying with a […]

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Search for new principal begins

21 May 2015

Veronica Pahomova cartoonist Eleanor Bogart-Stuart staff writer   The departure of Principal Carter Paysinger is already old news. Now, Beverly has turned its focus to who Paysinger’s replacement will be. Former Superintendent and current Executive Search Consultant Dr. Joseph M. Farley is on the hunt for the new face of Beverly, rummaging through a large pile […]

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Beverly seniors say their goodbyes

20 May 2015

Eleanor Bogart-Stuart culture editor Lucas Harward staff writer Celine Rezvani staff writer Karen Shilyan staff writer Ben Shofet graphics editor Seniors are the leaders and role models of any high school. As the oldest students, they have the most experience with the stress and work that comes with balancing a social life and an academic life. […]

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Leon aims to inspire with college message

15 May 2015

Guy Ginsberg sports editor In the heat of college acceptances and rejections, when stress levels are high and many seniors begin to see their futures shaping before their eyes, senior Cathie Leon had a message for those who didn’t necessarily receive acceptance letters from their first-choice universities. This is the message of Leon, who posted […]

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Next Generation Science Standards aim to improve curriculum

15 May 2015

Celine Rezvani, staff writer In efforts to reform the teaching and application of science in schools, the National Research Council (NRC), the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA), the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and Achieve partnered to create the Next Generation Science Standards. This set of standards, officially released in April 2013, […]

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Sophomore ballet dancer tip-toes her way to success

12 May 2015

Eleanor Bogart-Stuart culture editor There’s an uncanny consistency in the wild career choices that people dream up when they’re kids. Whether it be an astronaut, a clown or a princess, most of these dreams end up being a little unrealistic. For ballet dancer sophomore Matisse Love her fairytale life is only a few pirouettes away. […]

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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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