Morah Michal’s husband Jay Davis, z”l, remembered for genius and humility

Morah Michal’s husband Jay Davis, z”l, remembered for genius and humility

Mati Hurwitz, Summer Editor-in-Chief

Absolute silence was all that could be heard at Mount Sinai Simi Valley cemetery last Sunday, as over 300 people commemorated the sudden passing of Mr. Jay Davis, z”l, husband...  Read More »

July 15, 2014 • 0 comments

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A win for the Choirhawks on a night of harmony

A win for the Choirhawks on a night of harmony

YULA’s girls-only “Neima: Sing It Forward” competition used song to raise funds for Tomchei Shabbos By Tamar Willis, Editor-in-Chief The Choirhawks took home first place at the first-ever “Neima: Sing It Forward” a capella competition...  Read More »

June 15, 2014 • 0 comments

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Led by freshmen, Firehawk Boys’ Tennis ends season 5 – 5

Led by freshmen, Firehawk Boys’ Tennis ends season 5 – 5

By Mati Hurwitz, Sports Editor The Shalhevet tennis program finished the season with five wins and five losses, led by senior leadership and youthful performance. “Our freshmen made huge contributions and always came with 100 percent effort throughout the season,” said senior and team captain...  Read More »

June 13, 2014 • 0 comments

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Beginning of the end for AP courses is a cause to celebrate

the BP Editorial Board

We’re not going to sugar coat it: AP classes suck.  They’re extra stressful, extra time consuming, and leave little to no room for exploration or time for appreciation—which...  Read More »

June 11, 2014 • 0 comments

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Same commandment, different meanings

Same commandment, different meanings

Noah Rothman, Torah Editor

The root of the agunah problem is that the Seventh Commandment applies differently to women and men.

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May 25, 2014 • 0 comments

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Immortal and behind the wheel

Immortal and behind the wheel

Eric Bazak, Features Editor

A recent Boiling Point poll of students with licenses found that most Shalhevet drivers regularly break several laws while driving, and 42 percent have already been in an accident — despite having been licensed for, at most, just two-and-a-half years.

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May 30, 2014 • 0 comments

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