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Bundles of Hope is here to help SLIDESHOW: Juniors prevail at Junior-Senior night Every 15 Minutes scares, saddens, sparks change Bevball isn SLIDESHOW: DECA takes on state
 

Bundles of Hope is here to help

Isaiah Freedman staff writer It’s around noon on a hot Sunday, Mar. 12, at Temple Isaiah’s annual Purim festival, and senior Jack Harris does not have to be there. The festival is flush with taco trucks, grilled cheese trucks, pop-a-shots, whack-a-mole, moon bounces and slides. However, one stand separates itself from all the others, and […]

SLIDESHOW: Juniors prevail at Junior-Senior night

AJ Wolken staff writer After an epic night of food, games and fun, the juniors earned the victory at ASB’s annual Junior-Senior night. The two grades battled each other in various events such as musical chairs, tug-of-war and dodgeball. It was a tight competition and came down to the last event, the three-point shootout, where the juniors beat […]

Every 15 Minutes scares, saddens, sparks change

NEWS: How did Every 15 Minutes come about? Jamie Kim news editor Sophia Goldberg sports editor Every 15 Minutes, which took place on March 6 and 7, is a two-day program that challenges students to think about driving under the influence and the impacts their decisions could have on others. City-wide collaboration and months of […]

Bevball isn’t just boys basketball

Keith Stone co-editor-in-chief “Bevball” is the most hyped thing on campus all year. The SaMo game packs the Swim Gym with students and is the most talked about on campus event for weeks. Everybody knows the status of boys basketball: who they’re playing, who the starters are and even the most out of touch students know […]

SLIDESHOW: DECA takes on state

AJ Wolken staff writer Vivian Geilim opinion editor DECA, a business and entrepreneurship club, returned from its state conference on March 5. The club came back from the competition in Santa Clara with many accolades, including two teams of students who qualified for the national competition in Anaheim. Sean Toobi and Mia Grossman placed fourth in the State in […]

“Chicago Med” delivers reliable, dramatic medical drama

01 December 2015

Juliette Deutsch, co-editor-in-chief “Chicago Med”, the newest addition to Dick Wolf’s Chicago based shows (“Chicago Fire” and “Chicago P.D.”) premiered Nov.17 on NBC. If you expected the third series that Wolf has set in the windy city to be any different from its predecessors, think again. “Chicago Med” is exactly what you expect it to […]

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Master of Fun

25 November 2015

Nirav Desai staff writer Aziz Ansari has proven himself to be a renaissance man on a mission over the past few years with his scene-stealing supporting role on the recently-canceled Parks and Recreation, a successful filmed stand-up gig at Madison Square Garden and the release of critically acclaimed book “Modern Romance.” Ansari continues his fruitful […]

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Bieber acknowledges past mistakes in Purpose, feels ‘Sorry’ for them

25 November 2015

Natasha Dardashti staff writer In a world where the media has been gushing about his three year hiatus, 2014 arrest reports, Jelena and more, it’s hard to not formulate an opinion on the Biebs. Everywhere you lay your eyes, there seems to be dating rumors or dissing rumors about Justin Bieber and it’s been that […]

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Effects of Paris terrorism ripple through Beverly

25 November 2015

Evan Minniti, staff writer The recent terrorist attacks that the Islamic State carried out in France, which claimed the lives of 137 people, has sent shock waves across the international community. Even, here in the United States, French students and Americans learning to speak French have been affected. Many people have added the tricolour flag […]

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Beverly students #PrayForParis on social media

25 November 2015

Keith Stone, staff writer People around the world are circling their online wagons following recent terrorist attacks around the world that left 130 people dead and more than 350 people injured in Paris alone. For example, Enda Kenny, an Irish politician, tweeted that, “This is a shocking attack on humanity. Our thoughts and prayers are […]

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Normans react to global rash of terrorist attacks

25 November 2015

Nirav Desai, staff writer In addition to the claiming of 130 lives, the recent terrorist attacks in Paris have spurred some to call into question why international attention has been focused largely on the events of Nov. 13 rather than on similar massacres that occurred in the past month in other areas of the world. […]

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Black Friday robs holiday season of meaning

24 November 2015

Eleanor Bogart-Stuart staff writer Lauren Hannani staff writer It all starts with a few commercials. Then, you make plans with your friend to hit up the store with the best deals. And suddenly, it’s the eve of the holiday that’s ruining America: Black Friday. Black Friday itself is the child of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day […]

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Beverly Hills 2015 Lighting Ceremony

23 November 2015

Veronica Pahomova cartoonist Between Santa Monica and the Wilshire Boulevards hung 16Baccarat chandeliers alongside 42 iridescent palm trees as hundreds of Beverly Hills residents came to celebrate the beginning of the holiday season, all while enjoying the Christmas tunes of the Beverly Hills High School Marching Band. Around a thousand lights lit up Rodeo Drive, […]

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Spectre doesn’t know what it wants to be

23 November 2015

Over the course of 53 years, James Bond has evolved from Sean Connery’s charismatic, suave but not exactly realistic Bond into Daniel Craig’s brooding, tortured version. Craig returns in “Spectre” after a three-year break since 2012’s exhilarating “Skyfall”. As usual, Craig is fantastic. His Bond is less a spy and more an assassin for Her […]

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Mock Trial adds new approach to debate

20 November 2015

Sophia Goldberg staff writer Learning public speaking skills and analyzing the justice system’s structure are the basic skills future businessmen and lawyers need to form. Now, students can join the Mock Trial Club to better these skills while interacting with their peers. With around 20 members who participate weekly, co-presidents Cecilia Amato and Hannah Knecht work together […]

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