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The Beachcomber

The student news site of Beachwood High School.

The Beachcomber

The plot follows a group of individuals who find shelter in an abandoned house from mass-murdering zombies.
New Directors Bring Horror and Humor With 'Night of the Living Dead'
Amy Zhou, News Editor • December 1, 2022
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A major theme in Wakanda Forever is womens empowerment.  The vast majority of the cast is female. From Okoye, general of the Dora Milaje, to Queen Ramonda, and even Riri Williams, the captured scientist, every female lead in the movie exhibits courage and a strong spirit.
Marvel's 'Wakanda Forever' Honors the Legacy of Chadwick Boseman
Anah Khan, Features Editor • November 30, 2022
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Team Captain Vincent Crenshaw with juniors Probir Mukherjee and Max Kuenzler compete at the Cardinal Invitational.
Bison Cross Country Steps Ahead
Shreya Chellu, News Editor • November 29, 2022
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[HB 616] would have an impact on [whether] students feel comfortable expressing themselves or even their identities in the classroom, and that’s not a direction I want to go in, School Board President Megan Walsh said.
The Statehouse Versus the School Districts
Shreya Chellu, News Editor • November 11, 2022
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The Bison volleyball team honored seniors and presented a check for Volley for the Cure on Thursday, Oct. 13 at a home game against Orange.
Building Friendships and Memories
Ethan Dong, Staff Writer • October 31, 2022
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The most common treatments include an already discovered FDA-approved vaccine as well as antiviral agents.
What You Should Know About Monkeypox
Jack Soroka, Social Media Manager • October 30, 2022
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Bison Finish Season, Celebrate Seniors
Bison Finish Season, Celebrate Seniors
Curtis Marks and Jaylen Spikes October 29, 2022
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Now I have moved from freshman-level honors classes to sophomore honors and AP classes, and I’m finding it way more difficult than I expected. 
My Overloaded Sophomore Year Buffet Plate
Elijah Kriwinsky, Staff Writer • October 28, 2022
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“It’s not about screaming and yelling, its about learning and teaching,” Fischer said.
Welcome Back, Fischer
Allison Rindsberg, Staff Writer • October 27, 2022
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Senior Mike Keselman maneuvers past Cuyahoga Heights defenders on Sept. 6.
Boys Soccer Scores Historic Season
Jacob Burkons, Staff Writer • October 25, 2022
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Just 5 feet tall and 14 years old, Doughty is a powerhouse on the court. 
Freshman Takes on the Courts
Anna Zhao, Staff Writer • October 24, 2022
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Photo from bcomber archives by Bradford Douglas
Remember When School was Closed for that Water Main Break?
Lyndia Zheng, Staff Writer • October 24, 2022
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Conversations about climate change need to shift from the future tense into the present.
The Heat is On
Samah Khan, Editor-in-Chief • October 23, 2022
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King’s coming of age story was something I could cling to as a middle schooler, but the book’s impact was greatly diminished as I matured.
Ask the Passengers: A Worthy Buildungsroman?
Netta Haas, Opinion Editor • October 20, 2022
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Over 40 students attended the first Asian affinity club meeting in the library classroom on Sept. 13.
Asian Affinity Club Raises Awareness
Jacob Burkons, Staff Writer • October 20, 2022
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Beachwood students attended a Planned Parenthood protest at Willard Park in May.
How Will the Dobbs Ruling Affect Ohio Women?
Taia Menefee, Staff Writer • October 4, 2022
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“These negotiations were collaborative and professional,” Hardis wrote in an email. “Our communications are honest and direct, but always with resolution in mind.”
Teachers Working Under New Contract
Amy Zhou, News Editor • October 1, 2022
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Sophomores Chengyu Li and Anah Khan recruit for the art club on Wednesday, Sept. 7.
Clubs Compete for Recruits
Ori Balkan, Staff Writer • September 20, 2022
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Beachwood Community Theater performed Matilda in 2019.
Students Support Theater Camp Director
Shreya Chellu, Staff Writer • May 25, 2022
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Marketing students also released 100 monarch butterflies on May 10 and contributed a  butterfly sculpture designed by Craig Mitchell Smith to the Karen Kushnir atrium.
Marketing Program Raises $42,022 for Cleveland Food Bank
Amy Zhou, Staff Writer • May 20, 2022
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Robot Nikhil approaches the hub to deposit its cargo at the greater Pittsburgh regional tournament in March.
Bison Robotics Team Competes at World Championship
Anah Khan , Staff Writer • May 19, 2022
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Seniors threw a slumber party in the main hallway on Friday, April 29.
Seniors Park in Staff Lot, Hold Hallway Slumber Party
Netta Haas, Staff Writer • May 18, 2022
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Layout Editor Claire Weaver and Editor-in-Chief Hiba Ali have  worked hard to bring each issue to life this year.
Beachcomber Designated All-Ohio
Isaac Gorodeski, Staff Writer • May 14, 2022
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Inductee Jonathan Goldstein speaking at the BHS Gallery of Success in April 2014.
Beachwood to Induct 10 Distinguished Alumni to Gallery of Success
Netta Haas, Staff Writer • April 4, 2022
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Seniors Christian Wu and Evelyn Zhang with junior Kai Zheng disassemble their construction for the trajectory event in order to make adjustments.
Science Olympiad Places Second at Regional Tournament
Sanket Makkar, Staff Writer • March 31, 2022
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There is a relatively large gender gap in six of the BHS technology and engineering classes: AP Computer Science, AP Physics C, Honors Robotics, Intro to Design and Honors Design Engineering I and II.
Women in STEM Club Makes Recruitment Video to Address Gender Gap
Taia Menefee, Staff Writer • March 29, 2022
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Supporters of Ukraine rallied in Parmas Ukrainian Village on Sunday, Feb. 27.
How the War in Ukraine is Affecting People in Northeast Ohio
Isaac Gorodeski, Staff Writer • March 10, 2022
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The omicron receptor-binding domain (RBD) and N-terminal domain (NTD) both have 15 and 11 mutations, respectively, which  cause a significant reduction in plasma neutralizing activity in infected or vaccinated people, which means there is a significant reduction in antibodies to fight the virus.
Omicron Impacts January Reopening
Samah Khan, Lana Lagman, and Amy Zhou January 23, 2022
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Eaton Corporation relocated from downtown Cleveland to Chagrin Highlands in 2013.
The Court Battle Over Chagrin Highlands
Brooklyn Bennett, Staff Writer • January 21, 2022
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Prices rose dramatically last year for homes such as this one on Community Drive in Beachwood.
The Real Estate Market Took a Wild Ride Last Year
Carli Margolis, Staff Writer • January 18, 2022
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