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The Beachcomber

The student news site of Beachwood High School.

The Beachcomber

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

Joe Biden and Kamala Harris won the election. We know that. We’ve had to hear about Republican efforts to undo the democratic will of the people, but on Jan. 20, the Biden/Harris ticket will take office.  This...

99 of 539 BHS students responded to our poll.

Biden Wins Poll of BHS Students in Landslide

Alice Soprunova, Editor-at-Large October 26, 2020

The Beachcomber sent a survey to the student body in mid-October to gauge the political views of BHS students in anticipation of the upcoming election. 99 students completed the survey, representing...

Junior Amanda Bendis admires Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren.

Students Weigh-in On 2020 Election

Joe Spero, Sports Editor September 16, 2019

Although the 2020 election is over a year away, many students are already engaged in the process. “There is a really great field [of candidates]” sophomore Greg Perryman said.  “There are...

Drawing by Molly Goldman

No One Took Him Seriously

Alex Cala, Opinion Editor November 13, 2016

November 8, 2016... a day that will go down in history as the day that, for better or worse, voters elected Donald J. Trump to be the 45th president of the United States. If you would have told me last...

Bernie Sanders spoke at the Wolstein Center on Nov. 16. Photo by Sydney Eisenberg.

Sanders Appeals to Young Voters at CSU Rally

Sydney Eisenberg, Editor-at-Large November 17, 2015

Last night, thousands gathered at Cleveland State University’s Wolstein Center to “Feel the Bern.” The crowd at the Bernie Sanders rally was enthusiastic; cheers and applause followed every single...

United States Capitol; Photo by Kevin McCoy via Wikimedia Commons.

Our Government, Our Gridlock

Alex Cala, Opinion Editor October 1, 2015

Have Americans gotten so sick and tired of the gridlock in Washington, of the seemingly inept politicians they themselves elect, that they are willing to elect someone as politically inexperienced and...

Cartoon by Jessica Tall.

Republican Debate Further Alienates Young Voters

Alex Cala, Opinion Editor August 13, 2015

The first Republican debate in the 2016 election cycle was held in Cleveland at Quicken Loans Arena on Aug. 6. This debate served as a reminder of some of the major problems that the party faces, including...

Republican Candidates Tear One Another Apart (and Why Thats Good For All of Us)

Republican Candidates Tear One Another Apart (and Why That’s Good For All of Us)

Scott Remer, Staff Writer January 19, 2012

Writing about the Republican primaries is like trying to pin wet spaghetti to a wall. Practically every time you blink, a new candidate surges to the fore. At this point, we’ve been through a dizzying...

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