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Norman couples give their take on PDA

February is a month filled to the brim with love. From Valentine’s Day to the premiere of “50 Shades of Grey”, couples worldwide are celebrating, privately, as well as publicly. Public displays of affection (PDA) are prevalent in today’s culture, embraced by some yet abhorred by others. Highlights saw this love-trend as an opportunity to […]

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Library begins ‘Blind Date With A Book’ program

Jackson Prince, co-editor-in-chief  The library is celebrating the month of February with their debut of the “Blind Date With A Book” program, designed to promote reading for leisure among Beverly students. “Blind Date With A Book is a really fun, wonderful, kind of labor-intensive way of enticing kids to read something they normally wouldn’t pick […]

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Grand Central Market: an emergence of all cultures

Juliette Deutsch, co-editor-in-chief Grand Central Market, open since 1917, has been a landmark for foodies across Los Angeles. The market, composed of a multitude of vendors and trendy food stands, serves as a hub to showcase the different cuisines and cultures of the Los Angeles food scape. Its location in downtown LA is a location […]

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Joe Murayama enchants Web viewers with visual effects

Marty Schnapp, news editor Junior Joe Murayama is a filmmaker who creates videos, primarily for YouTube and Vine, using professional-grade visual effects (VFX). Murayama recently reached 9,000 subscribers on his Youtube channel, PixelStormFilms. He also publishes content on Vine, on which he has over 31,000 followers and 12,000,000 total views. “I started from watching YouTube […]

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Hackathons: a new era of technological breakthroughs

Ben Shofet, Graphics Editor When people think about hacking it is often associated with breaking into another’s website or social media account and using that information in malevolent manner. However, there is another form of hacking, in which people of all ages and backgrounds meet to create original, technology-based products. These events are often attended […]

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A PSA regarding Tuesday’s Beverly-Samo rematch

Amanda Christovich, staff writer By now you most likely have read the article detailing the violence that took place between Beverly and Samo students two weeks ago. You’ve probably read all about it on Twitter. You’ve definitely heard about it from your friends. You may have even been present when the incident in the parking lot […]

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Seniors create student-friendly tutoring business

Lucas Harward, staff writer Seniors Daniel Newman and Aaron Boudaie are the founders of TutorYou Beverly Hills, a self-run tutoring business, which launched in December of 2014. Newman, an El Rodeo graduate, and Boudaie, a Horace Mann graduate, hope to separate their business from the competition with their insider experience in the Beverly Hills school […]

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Service Learning adopts new hands-on approach

Karen Shilyan, business manager Service Learning is coordinating their second semester events with the promise of a more direct approach to supporting the student body. In addition to new events, they have removed several year-long traditions that haven’t produced a strong turnout from students. Service Learning co-chairs Shawna Mashian and Tina Youabian led the initiative […]

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Samo, Beverly students involved in parking lot brawl

The story below is sensory, based on eyewitness accounts from both students and this reporter.  Jackson Prince, co-editor-in-chief The headline of Beverly’s visit to Santa Monica High School two weeks ago was not the Norman’s basketball victories at each level over the Samo program. Instead, the story was that of a parking lot brawl following the boys varsity […]

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Model United Nations competes at Surf City conference

Marty Schnapp, news editor Five Beverly delegates received awards at the Surf City MUN conference on Jan. 30-31. At the conference, held at Huntington Beach High School, Beverly delegates represented Belgium. Recognized students included sophomore Yunchao Zhang, sophomore Jordan Grode and junior Mishelle Arakelian, who all received commendation awards; sophomore Cathy Lee received a research […]

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