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The student news site of Beachwood High School.

The Beachcomber

The student news site of Beachwood High School.

The Beachcomber

The upfront price for electric buses would be at least 3.75 times higher than what the district has paid in the past.
Editorials
Is it Time for Schools to Invest in Electric Buses?
Sanket Makkar, Staff Writer • January 15, 2022
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The relentless onslaught of positive news creates a vicious cycle in which users only share their own positive information in order to keep up.
Editorials
The Isolation of Social Media
Lana Lagman, Digital Media • January 10, 2022
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Social distancing isn’t being enforced well. In the hallways, there are too many students to physically be three feet apart.
Editorials
District Shows Leadership on COVID-19 Prevention, But Details Matter
Beachcomber Staff October 27, 2021
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Beachwood students are accelerated in math as early as 3rd grade, and once a student is on that track, it is very hard to leave.  The vast difference in the educational tracks becomes more significant as the number of options decrease as they progress through the school.
Editorials
Want to Improve Student Mental Health? Reduce AP Course Loads
Ben Lawrence and Greg Perryman October 10, 2021
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These Four Years Were Not What I Expected
Editorials
These Four Years Were Not What I Expected
Jacob Pincus, Staff Writer • May 24, 2021
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After President Trump dubbed Covid-19 the Chinese virus last year, The Asian Pacific Policy and Planning Council announced that more than 673 cases of discrimination against Asian-Americans were reported in one week.
Editorials
The Anxiety of Being Asian-American
Lana Lagman, Staff Writer • April 5, 2021
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Are these the graduates who were successfully developed into “intellectual entrepreneurs with a social conscience” as school leaders hoped? Do they represent the epitome of success?
Editorials
Reconsidering How Beachwood Defines Success
Jacob Pincus, Staff Writer • March 26, 2021
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We badly need to prevent gerrymandering during the redistricting process by taking this power away from politicians. We elect them, not the other way around.
Editorials
Don't Let Congress Be the Cause of Our Regression
Joseph Berkowitz, Staff Writer • March 18, 2021
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U.S. Senator Rob Portman speaking in Columbus in 2015.
Editorials
Who Will Succeed Portman?
Joseph Berkowitz, Staff Writer • March 11, 2021
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We have observed a significant inflammation of the symptoms of senioritis as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Editorials
Innoculate Yourself Against Senioritis
Alice Soprunova, Editor-at-Large • March 10, 2021
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Its Nice to Have Hope Again
Editorials
It's Nice to Have Hope Again
The Journalism Class January 21, 2021
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Until recently, we were split between left and right, but now we have become divided along finer ideological divisions within each party. Image: Flags 1 by Jasper Johns. Open access, Cleveland Museum of Art.
Editorials
Long Division
Joseph Berkowitz, Staff Writer • January 16, 2021
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The terrorists may think
they’ve taken the Bastille
Saint-Antoine, but maybe all
they’ve done is Naruto-run
through Area 51.
Editorials
What Comes Next?
Alice Soprunova, Editor-at-Large • January 14, 2021
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Maybe you’ll find a school you’ve never heard of that fits all your needs. Chances are, you haven’t heard of some of your best options.
Editorials
The Brutally Honest Guide to College Applications
Tal Rothberg, News Editor • January 7, 2021
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Neither Biden nor Harris is more progressive than, say, Warren or Sanders. But they can be expected to exercise their power to help those less fortunate. They both want to make the nation greener, fairer and less corrupt.
Editorials
A Look Towards the Future
Joseph Berkowitz, Staff Writer • January 6, 2021
Read Story
The upfront price for electric buses would be at least 3.75 times higher than what the district has paid in the past.
Is it Time for Schools to Invest in Electric Buses?
Sanket Makkar, Staff Writer • January 15, 2022
Read Story
The relentless onslaught of positive news creates a vicious cycle in which users only share their own positive information in order to keep up.
The Isolation of Social Media
Lana Lagman, Digital Media • January 10, 2022
Read Story
Social distancing isn’t being enforced well. In the hallways, there are too many students to physically be three feet apart.
District Shows Leadership on COVID-19 Prevention, But Details Matter
Beachcomber Staff October 27, 2021
Read Story
Beachwood students are accelerated in math as early as 3rd grade, and once a student is on that track, it is very hard to leave.  The vast difference in the educational tracks becomes more significant as the number of options decrease as they progress through the school.
Want to Improve Student Mental Health? Reduce AP Course Loads
Ben Lawrence and Greg Perryman October 10, 2021
Read Story
These Four Years Were Not What I Expected
These Four Years Were Not What I Expected
Jacob Pincus, Staff Writer • May 24, 2021
Read Story
After President Trump dubbed Covid-19 the Chinese virus last year, The Asian Pacific Policy and Planning Council announced that more than 673 cases of discrimination against Asian-Americans were reported in one week.
The Anxiety of Being Asian-American
Lana Lagman, Staff Writer • April 5, 2021
Read Story
Are these the graduates who were successfully developed into “intellectual entrepreneurs with a social conscience” as school leaders hoped? Do they represent the epitome of success?
Reconsidering How Beachwood Defines Success
Jacob Pincus, Staff Writer • March 26, 2021
Read Story
We badly need to prevent gerrymandering during the redistricting process by taking this power away from politicians. We elect them, not the other way around.
Don't Let Congress Be the Cause of Our Regression
Joseph Berkowitz, Staff Writer • March 18, 2021
Read Story
U.S. Senator Rob Portman speaking in Columbus in 2015.
Who Will Succeed Portman?
Joseph Berkowitz, Staff Writer • March 11, 2021
Read Story
We have observed a significant inflammation of the symptoms of senioritis as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Innoculate Yourself Against Senioritis
Alice Soprunova, Editor-at-Large • March 10, 2021
Read Story
Its Nice to Have Hope Again
It's Nice to Have Hope Again
The Journalism Class January 21, 2021
Read Story
Until recently, we were split between left and right, but now we have become divided along finer ideological divisions within each party. Image: Flags 1 by Jasper Johns. Open access, Cleveland Museum of Art.
Long Division
Joseph Berkowitz, Staff Writer • January 16, 2021
Read Story
The terrorists may think
they’ve taken the Bastille
Saint-Antoine, but maybe all
they’ve done is Naruto-run
through Area 51.
What Comes Next?
Alice Soprunova, Editor-at-Large • January 14, 2021
Read Story
Maybe you’ll find a school you’ve never heard of that fits all your needs. Chances are, you haven’t heard of some of your best options.
The Brutally Honest Guide to College Applications
Tal Rothberg, News Editor • January 7, 2021
Read Story
Neither Biden nor Harris is more progressive than, say, Warren or Sanders. But they can be expected to exercise their power to help those less fortunate. They both want to make the nation greener, fairer and less corrupt.
A Look Towards the Future
Joseph Berkowitz, Staff Writer • January 6, 2021
Read Story