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The Boiling Point

BP wins gold medal from CSPA

Yonah Nimmer, 10th Grade and Jaclyn Kellner, Community Editor

March 18

Filed under Award-winners, Community, News

The 2008-09 Boiling Point has been awarded a “Gold Medal” from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association and last year’s editor-in-chief, Elana Eden, won one of just two George and Ophelia Gallup scholarships awarded nationally...

Model UN team sees issues from varied perspectives

Jenny Newman, Outside News Editor

March 18

Filed under Community, News

Shalhevet’s Model United Nations team returned Feb. 23 from the Yeshiva University Model United Nations (YUNMUN) conference with two awards for the 10-delegate team, representing the United States and Sierra Leone in a wide...

Treat senioritis with a grain of salt

Aliza Kellerman, Staff Columnist

March 18

Filed under A slice of Shalheaven, Columns, Community, News

Wake up in the morning feelin’ like P.Diddy. Except not. Because you’re actually a senior at Shalhevet, and the last thing you feel like doing is getting out of bed. No, the last thing you feel like doing is taking a test....

Senior prank makes it a beautiful day in the ‘bubble’

Kalil Eden, Staff Writer

March 18

Filed under Community, News

Life in the bubble took on new meaning Tuesday, March 9, when the class of 2010 treated the school to a lavishly enacted prank in which the main building was turned into Pico Boulevard and other hot-spots frequented by Shalhevet...

Internet is back — with new filters and protections

By Jaclyn Kellner, Community Editor and Toby Bern, 11th Grade

January 9

Filed under Community, News

Shalhevet students were happy to finally receive internet access on November 9, after 75 percent of students brought in the signed forms and administration decided that was close enough. However, because Shalhevet reformed...

Sudden loss of an old friend, Beatrice Levavi

Rebecca Asch, Features Editor

September 3

Filed under Community, News

About 300 people dressed in dark formal clothes sat out on former headmaster Dr. Jerry Friedman’s tennis court on the cool summer evening of August 5 to share their memories of former director of admissions Mrs. Beatrice Levavi, wh...

After three busy years, Rabbi Avi Greene will miss students most

Jeremy Lowe, Arts Editor

June 16

Filed under Community

After three years as Principal of Judaic Studies, Rabbi Avi Greene is leaving Shalhevet. Since arriving at the beginning of the 2005-06 school year, he has done everything from curriculum development and teaching Tanach to organizing...

For Mr. Tranchi, 10th grade Israel trip was a very different experience

Micah Gottlieb, Editor-in-Chief; Elana Eden, Opinion Editor;, and Penina Smith, Community Editor

March 16

Filed under Award-winners, Community

One of the people on the sophomore Israel trip was General Studies Principal Phu Tranchi. While his experience was mainly a positive one, on his free weekend, Mr. Tranchi experienced discrimination. “Anyone who’s been discriminated...

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