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Low enrollment could affect electives, administration says

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

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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Girls varsity volleyball falls to Culver City

Isaiah Freedman staff writer Girls varsity volleyball lost 16-25, 10-25 and 10-25 to Culver City on Tuesday, Nov. 3. In addition, it was senior night for those seniors on the team. Senior captain HaRim Lee is proud of her fellow teammates for their perseverance against Culver. “It was a great effort by all the teammates and an […]

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New up and coming KBEV show ‘High School Horror Stories’ debuts soon

Natasha Dardashti staff writer In his first year with KBEV, junior Bennett Gershwin has created a show soon to appear on the student run television channel as well as his own YouTube channel. The show is called ‘High School Horror Stories’, and centers around past and present Beverly students coming together to share embarrassing stories. […]

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Mixed feelings crowd the Beverly Café

Ben Shofet, Business Manager When the Beverly Cafe first opened its doors in 2011, the food was transformed completely. They offered freshly cooked meals, cooked by Beverly’s own culinary staff. However, after a year and a half, the Cafe began feature lunches from popular local restaurants, like Subway or Pick Up Stix. Today, the Cafe […]

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Normans to play El Segundo in first Ocean League game of season

Max Yera staff writer The Normans 0-5 varsity football squad will play the undefeated 5-0 El Segundo Eagles tonight in what will be the team’s first Ocean League game of the season. “I think in this game, being able to come out and run the ball effectively and efficiently is something that we really need to focus on […]

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“Isaac’s balls” holds promising future

Ben Shofet, Business Manager “Isaac’s Balls” is senior Isaac Rabbanian’s latest KBEV production. The shows focus is on anything and everything related to the world of baseball. Having been enrolled in KBEV for only one year, Rabbanian has already managed to produce three entirely different shows. Out of his three shows, Rabbanian’s favorite and “most successful” […]

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‘Save our Summer, BHUSD’ petition gains support, causes community discussion

Jamie Kim staff writer Unhappy with the date on which school starts, and hoping to push back the first day of school, a petition, called “Save our Summer, BHUSD” was begun anonymously on Aug. 31. With 552 supporters as of Sept. 14, this petition claims that starting school in the first week of August is […]

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Library preps for staff changes, relocation

Nirav Desai, staff writer The library and its occupants are currently dealing with a slew of changes which include impending construction, a recently filled position vacancy and a search for paid students assistants. Library technician Barbara Jebejian retired over the summer, taking Head Librarian Karen Boyarsky by surprise. “I didn’t know [Jebejian’s retirement] was coming, […]

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Determination Succeed in Summer

Ben Shofet, cub writer Grace Manzo, cub writer Raleigh Goldinger, cub writer  While many students are out enjoying themselves over the summer, many other students are determined to succeed in high school by taking summer school. Students take summer school for one of two reasons, to get ahead in their studies, or for credit recovery. […]

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