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Varsity football loses close game against Cerritos Boys water polo loses by one to Thousand Oaks Day N Night hits a home run at Angel Westfield TAW presents upbeat twist on Shakespeare classic
 

Varsity football loses close game against Cerritos

Sam Bernstein staff writer The varsity football team travelled to Cerritos to face the Cerritos High School Dons for a non-conference game. Friday night’s game ended in heartbreak for the Normans, as they lost 22-16 after holding a two-score lead for most of the second half. The Normans record dropped to 0-4 after the Dons […]

Boys water polo loses by one to Thousand Oaks

Jamie Kim co-editor-in-chief The varsity boys water polo team hosted Thousand Oaks High School on Tuesday, Sept. 19, at 3:00 p.m. The Normans lost to the Lancers by a slim margin of 16-17. Senior co-captain Jonathan Artal thought that despite the loss, the team showed much improvement in technique and stamina. “Although we lost today, all […]

Day N Night hits a home run at Angel’s Stadium

Priscilla Hopper media manager AJ Wolken staff writer Day N Night shines in second annual festival After a chaotic first year of poor organization and logistical issues, there was much speculation about the success of this year’s Day N Night music festival held at the Angel’s Stadium in Orange County. The festival, presented by Revolt, […]

Westfield’s Century City mall modernizes, revitalizes after renovations

AJ Wolken staff writer After more than four years of construction, Westfield Century City mall will finish renovations this fall. Westfield spent more than $955 million to increase the mall to over 1.3 million square feet and it was worth every penny. The mall looks to be completely revitalized, with tons of new stores and […]

TAW presents upbeat twist on Shakespeare classic

Brian Harward staff writer With hip-hop currently trending on Broadway, led by the wildly popular “Hamilton,” Theater Arts Workshop’s (TAW) performance of the rap-heavy “Bomb-Itty of Errors” is a timely twist on Shakespeare’s “Comedy of Errors.” Although rap-influenced musicals are extremely popular now, the concept of using hip-hop in musicals is nothing new. “‘Hamilton’ was […]

NBA players train in unlikely spot

30 August 2016

Isaiah Freedman Sports Editor As kids filed out of school for summer, NBA players came flowing in, playing on courts that brought them back to their roots. NBA players are the cream of the crop in their profession. They parlay their incredible athletic abilities on a wooden court into multi-million dollar contracts. Though one may […]

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Varsity football kicks off season with 54-0 loss

30 August 2016

AJ Wolken staff writer The varsity football team suffered a season opening loss at the hands of the Oak Park Eagles, 54-0 in their season opener on Friday, Aug. 26, at Oak Park High School. After a busy offseason, which included a completely new coaching staff and a loss of 24 seniors, the football team kicked […]

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Contrasting outlooks on LGBTQ community

26 May 2016

Priscilla Hopper, cub writer Cathy Lee, cub writer Debby Rasson, cub writer AJ Wolken, cub writer Issues related to LGBTQ, such as same-sex marriage and transgender bathrooms, have been the subject of recent nationwide debate. Principal David Jackson observes that there is a diversity of perspectives among students with regard to the LGBTQ population. “We […]

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Life after high school: living with Down syndrome

26 May 2016

Stella Kretschmann, cub writer Luke Zimmerman, a Secret Life of the American Teenager celebrity and alumnus awarded for being, “an outstanding person with Down syndrome and [for] representing people with down syndrome as being capable of doing many things,” graduated Beverly in 1997. “[Luke’s] brothers all went to Beverly. He has an older brother who […]

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Faculty changes made for next year

22 May 2016

Guy Ginsberg co-editor in chief Eleanor Bogart-Stuart staff writer Evan Minniti staff writer The sweeping changes that Beverly will face next year doesn’t stop with the construction nor the bell schedule, but will be seen through personnel changes as well. Many teachers and faculty members will not be returning next year, and faces from “We were over-staffed. […]

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Changes applied to 2016 -2017 school year

20 May 2016

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 […]

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Young talent prominent in Symphonic Band

20 May 2016

Veronica Pahomova staff writer   Front and center, freshmen Tiffany Chieu and Julie Park sit side by side in the Symphonic Band. With Park’s rapid fingers moving from key to key alongside Chieu’s fluid movements, these two friends have surpassed their colleagues and earned spots in this elite group of musicians. Chieu and Park are […]

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Q&A with ballerina Matisse Love

20 May 2016

Lauren Hannani staff writer When junior Matisse Love left California to attend one of the oldest and competitive ballet schools in Moscow, Russia, the transition from sunny Beverly Hills to snowy Moscow took some time to get used to. Now, four months later, Love is leaping toward the central spotlight of the stage. Highlights: How […]

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Highlights previews summer movie slate

20 May 2016

Nirav Desai staff writer Students have been treated to an embarassment of riches during the last few Mays. On account of Hollywood, and probably some local parents who work in the industry, what was previously celebrated as the final month of the school year now marks the beginning of the summer movie season. This extended […]

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Thank you, goodbye, good luck

20 May 2016

Leonard Mitchell Max Yera staff writer The math department will lose a familiar face next fall as geometry and algebra teacher Leonard Mitchell will retire after 41 years of teaching, with the final 33 of those years at Beverly. “It was a very difficult decision for me, probably the hardest one I ever had to […]

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