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Looking back on 11 years of Dano-mite

Looking back on 11 years of Dano-mite

Eric Bazak, Outside News Editor

The school was ready for this moment. There were student-produced videos, Town Hall farewell speeches, and even a new hiree for the General Studies principal position.

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June 15, 2015 • 0 comments

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CIJE students at conference offer tech inventions for daily life

CIJE students at conference offer tech inventions for daily life

Hannah Jannol, Staff Writer

A moisture sensor that tells users when their plants require watering. A robotic pair of legs that can be programmed to different speeds. A pillow alarm clock. A fork that tells its users when they are eating too quickly. These are just a few of 80 robotic biomedical projects presented at the 2nd Annual West Coast CIJE conference May 20 in Orange County.

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June 24, 2015 • 0 comments

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OPINION: Hail and farewell to two more of Shalhevet’s greatest

Shalhevet has a Hall of Fame. No, not some building or display case that houses memorabilia of legendary athletes. It’s more like a list of the most illustrious administrators and faculty members the school has ever had. People who didn’t positively affect just the school, but also the students. Perhaps they even saved Shalhevet from a financial crisis or two.

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June 21, 2015 • 0 comments

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‘Insurgent’ a ho-hum run through Hollywood’s best green

‘Insurgent’ a ho-hum run through Hollywood’s best green

Mati Davis, Arts & Culture Editor

Shailene Woodley, playing a woman on the run, looks the leader of the government in the eye, runs at her, crashes through a glass window and suddenly the building  around...  Read More »

SING: The girls of the Shalhevet choir perform at the “Neima: Sing It Forward” competition at YULA Girls High School April 26. They lost to YULA by three points.

Unity meets competition as girls’ choirs sing at YULA

May 3, 2015

STAGE: Lacking a theater this year, Drama's will stage its spring one-acts in various rooms of this home in Beverly Hills. Student playwrights are adapting scenes to what is there, and audience members will walk from room to room.  The scenes are all related and revolve around a birthday party.

No stage? No problem: Drama invites audience to be flies on the wall at ‘Bart’s Birthday Bash’

March 22, 2015

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Exodus movie echoes Prince of Egypt, not Bible

February 25, 2015

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New app for Talmud curriculum gets a tryout by sophomores

New app for Talmud curriculum gets a tryout by sophomores

Alec Fields, Torah Editor

Enthusiasm was palpable in Rabbi David Stein’s 10th-grade Honors Talmud class May 29. After a month’s delay, the students were trying out the curriculum’s new app, planned for all Shalhevet students next year.

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June 21, 2015 • 0 comments

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Jeremy’s gem: Glouberman pitches a complete game shutout as Shalhevet beats YULA  in baseball

Jeremy’s gem: Glouberman pitches a complete game shutout as Shalhevet beats YULA in baseball

Mati Hurwitz, Sports Editor

For the first time in seven springs, Shalhevet Baseball beat rival YULA yesterday, 4-0, on the baseball field at Venice High School in Mar Vista.

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April 19, 2015 • 0 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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