Evolution of a title ensnares potential new faculty hire

Evolution of a title ensnares potential new faculty hire

By Noah Rothman, Community Editor

When Ms. Ramie Smith visited Shalhevet as a prospective teacher this past January, she met with students, teachers, parents and the board of Shalhevet.  By all accounts,...  Read More »

April 30, 2015 • 4 comments

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Diverse spaces will become classrooms in ‘flexible’ new building, set to open in July

Diverse spaces will become classrooms in ‘flexible’ new building, set to open in July

Alexa Fishman, Editor-in-Chief

Boiling Point staffers who toured the construction site last Thursday saw the three-story lobby and grand staircase, reminiscent of government buildings in Washington DC. There are many windows and a domed skylight that let natural light into the lobby. Ironwork supporting the dome is in the shape of a Jewish star, which casts a six-pointed shadow on the lobby floor at midday.

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May 1, 2015 • 0 comments

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Opening night of spring drama production cancelled because of rain

Opening night of spring drama production cancelled because of rain

Rebecca Navon, Staff Writer

Opening night of the student-produced spring drama production, Bart's...  Read More »

May 7, 2015 • 0 comments

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UC San Diego building $5 million Kosher-Halal dining hall to open in 2016, first in UC system

UC San Diego building $5 million Kosher-Halal dining hall to open in 2016, first in UC system

Eric Bazak, Outside News Editor

Could simple expressions like “pass the falafel” build peace between Muslims and Jews on California...  Read More »

May 8, 2015 • 0 comments

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OPINION: Ban Schoology tests

BP Editorial Board

Looking over your classmate’s shoulder, writing notes on your hand, and keeping notes under your desk are outdated. The new way to cheat in Shalhevet is far more doable, and thus more dangerous to both students and teachers: Schoology cheating.

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May 10, 2015 • 0 comments

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Generation Cheat

Rose Lipner, Features Editor From Stanford University to the SATs, cheating is prevalent in all parts of the country, at...  Read More »

May 12, 2015 • 0 comments

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