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Congresswoman Bass answers students

Ben Dahan News Editor Congresswoman Karen Bass, from California’s 37th district, touched on a range of topics during her forum with students last Friday. She answered questions from moderator Adriel Ghadoushi, the sophomore president of the Countable Club and the student responsible for bringing Bass to campus, as well as questions from audience members of the nearly […]

Frank Ocean’s four new singles are his best

Sam Bernstein staff writer Christmas came early this year for Frank Ocean fans. The 29-year-old vocalist based out of New Orleans has been featured on four new singles in the last month. His beautiful voice and impeccable writing skill has been missed, even though it was recently on display in his new album, Blonde. It […]

All-gender bathroom installed under new law

Natasha Dardashti multimedia editor New regulations from the California state government created a requirement for a single-stall all-gender bathroom to be implemented in all government facilities, including public schools, beginning March 1. In accordance with this law, a new gender-neutral bathroom has been installed and is planning on being opened this week. For transgender (trans) […]

Music culture in Norman Nation

Veronica Pahomova co-editor-in-chief From the hard-hitting rap trio Migos, to the recently debuted KPop sensation BLACKPINK, all the way to country’s very own Blake Shelton, music can be found as the topic of numerous discussions worldwide. The average American listens to around four hours of music each day, so it is no coincidence that one […]

Students in the industry: musicians on the rise

Sam Bernstein, staff writer Lauren Hannani, culture editor Last year, most students knew him as that guy from class. Now, people from all over the country  know him as Young Pari$, a young rapper whose music they can find on Youtube and SoundCloud. As a new “recording artist trying to make it big,” Phillip Billups, class of […]

Band marches through London in New Years Parade

08 January 2016

Eleanor Bogart-Stuart staff writer The marching band is best known for its appearances at football games, pep rallies and other special events in the community. This past winter break, the marching band marched to a different tune halfway across the world in the streets of London for the annual New Year’s Day Parade. Band members […]

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Due to lack of funds, Beverly construction postponed

08 January 2016

Keith Stone staff writer Vivian Geilim staff writer The School Board recently decided to temporarily table the construction plans at Beverly in order to focus financial resources on completing the construction at Horace Mann, the first phase of construction at El Rodeo and some minor repairs at Beverly Vista. The money will also be diverted […]

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Holiday coffee competition vlog

03 January 2016

Eleanor Bogart-Stuart, staff writer Veronica Pahomova, staff writer The holiday/winter season is a time for family, friends and, of course, shopping. It can be a bit overwhelming for the average consumer to figure out what the best version is of whatever they want to buy. In this first episode of “V & E”, that problem is made a little easier to solve.  We […]

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Holiday sugar cookies for dummies

15 December 2015

Natasha Dardashti, staff writer Lauren Hannani, staff writer ‘Tis the season for final exams. As the tests pile up, stress can too, so pause your studies to bake this festive snack. Within a hour, you can treat yourself to sugar cookies for a taste of the holidays. Ingredients: 3 cups flour ½ teaspoon salt ½ […]

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Immigrants reflect on education across oceans

14 December 2015

Cathy Lee, cub writer with reporting from Isabella Cortes and Olivia Gonzalez-Britt Flying thousands of miles to arrive in the 5.71 square miles of Beverly Hills, Normans from foreign countries face language, curriculum and cultural differences. For junior Sayeh Rahbari, who attended school in Iran, the first challenge was learning how to communicate in English. […]

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Low enrollment could affect electives, administration says

11 December 2015

Juliette Deutsch, co-editor-in-chief Sophia Goldberg, staff writer Natasha Dardashti, staff writer Lauren Hannani, staff writer Enrollment has dropped since 2010 from roughly 2,000 students to 1,593. Although solutions are being looked at for increasing the number of students enrolled, some electives and teachers may be cut in the process. As of now, there is no […]

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The man behind it all: Romeo Carey runs KBEV

11 December 2015

Ben Shofet, Business Manager Actor. Mentor. Teacher. Producer. Traveler. Coach. These are just a few of the many titles that Film Production teacher Romeo Carey holds. Although Carey has been at Beverly for almost a decade, he is more than your average teacher. Highlights: Tell me about your upbringing. Carey: My early life was like living […]

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Dedicated junior dancer finds success on the stage

10 December 2015

Eleanor Bogart-Stuart staff writer After school, most people go home and do homework. Some go to practice on a sports team. Others go to extracurricular club meetings. But junior Greta Voci isn’t like most. To the outside world, Voci is just like any other teenage girl. She likes doing her nails, getting frozen yogurt and taking […]

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Highlights highlights the value of Kobe Bryant

10 December 2015

Nirav Desai staff writer Isaiah Freedman staff writer   Dear Kobe,   The game won’t be the same without you. We followed you for our entire childhoods And now we’re the same age as you were When you were just a rookie, Just a kid out of high school.   You barely even played in […]

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From injuries to perseverance, track star commits to Georgetown

09 December 2015

Jamie Kim, staff writer When he first arrived at Beverly, senior Raehaan Poonja’s main interest was playing under the Friday night lights on the football field. However, it was on the track which surrounds the field that he found his greatest strengths. After devoting four years to practices and training sessions, senior Raehaan Poonja committed […]

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