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Boys water polo dominates Mark Keppel in first round of CIF playoffs

Jamie Kim co-editor-in-chief For the first time in five years, the boys varsity water polo team clinched a spot in CIF playoffs, and showed exceeding promise in the first round of the 2017 Division 7 CIF-SS Division 7 Boys Water Polo Championships. At today’s home game, the Normans beat the Mark Keppel High School Aztecs, with […]

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Season series: Varsity Football Ep. 3

Jamie Kim co-editor-in-chief Sophia Goldberg sports editor Priscilla Hopper media manager EPISODE 3: HOMECOMING Senior Eric Cherdak reflects on the varsity football team’s performance at the Oct. 20 homecoming game, and seniors Jake Rabbanian and Aubriana Schwarz discuss how winning senior homecoming royalty felt.

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SLIDESHOW: Beverly alumni on staff

Sophia Goldberg sports editor Desiree Gonzalez staff writer Several staff members hold a special place in their heart for Beverly, as they now work at their alma mater. Find out below what these staff members remember from their high school experience, and the similarities to and differences from the current Beverly atmosphere.   Nurse Laurie […]

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Halloween Happenings: What to do on Halloween

AJ Wolken staff writer Although Halloween falls on a Tuesday this year, there are still some great local attractions to visit if you’re not trick-or-treating. Check out this map for a few ideas:    

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Norman Aid presents ‘Reality Party’ to parents

Jason Harward co-editor-in-chief Vivian Geilim opinion editor Parents walk from room to room in what can only be described as a “haunted house” of reckless behavior. The binge drinking, fighting and even sexual assault portrayed, however, are not by accident–they are meant to shock parents into discussing difficult conversations about teenage drug and alcohol use. […]

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Front lawn fence promises to improve student experience

Sam Bernstein staff writer The Board of Education voted on Oct. 9 to put up temporary fencing along the front lawn facing Moreno Drive. While this may be unpopular with students, (89.2 percent of the 74 students who responded to our poll disagree with this decision), this is a good decision by the board because it […]

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District aims to update textbooks to align with state, local standards

Catherine Gagulashvili calendar manager Sophia Goldberg sports editor Desiree Gonzalez staff writer Jamie Kim co-editor-in-chief The necessity for textbook remains constant, yet the textbook content changes, and for a while, we have not been able to keep up with the ever changing nature of textbooks. In an increasingly technological world, the district has tried to incorporate online components […]

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Boy Scouts to accept girls, announcement sparks discussion within school

Jamie Kim co-editor-in-chief Boy Scouts of America announced on Oct.11 that starting next year, it will allow girls to join the organization. In 2018, girls will be allowed to join the Cub Scouts program, and in 2019, a program allowing older girls to earn the rank of Eagle Scout will be instated. This announcement has not […]

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Boys varsity water polo defeats Milken

Jamie Kim co-editor-in-chief The boys varsity water polo team beat the Milken Wildcats on Monday, Oct. 16, by a score of 12-6. While this match was a non-league play, it was a game many players were anticipating. “Milken has always had a strong water polo program, and many players on both teams have known each other […]

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Senior pursues hobby of road cycling

Jamie Kim co-editor-in-chief Whizzing past on the bumpy roads, he pedals even faster to be the first to finish the mountain range course. But this is a grind he has grown accustomed to, since senior Jackson Nol has been an avid road cycler since the age of five. “I can’t really remember how I first got […]

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