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Shalhevet news online: When we know it, you'll know it

The Boiling Point

Shalhevet news online: When we know it, you'll know it

The Boiling Point

Debate for local Assembly seat finds differences on BDS, homelessness and other issues
Vaccinations rise sharply in Shalhevet community
Shalhevet should teach us how to face down hate
Glouberman basketball tournament likely will happen in Los Angeles, not Phoenix
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RETROSPECT: In his 39th studio album, Dylan uses historical themes to show where we are now.
In 'Rough and Rowdy Ways,' Bob Dylan looks back to see the present
March 19, 2021

Even after a nearly 60-year career of songs covering everything from love to race to politics to death...

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SLAM: Firehawk volleyball freshman Atara Cohen hit the ball as the JV Firehawks topped YULA 2-1 on April 19.
Two weeks, eight teams, 23 games as all Firehawk team sports resume
By Noah Elad, Sports Editor • May 4, 2021

The past two weeks have been the first time in over a year when eight Shalhevet sports teams played in games. There were 23 games in all, with all three Firehawk basketball teams (JV, varsity, and girls), both soccer teams (girls and boys), the baseball team, and both girls volleyball teams (JV and varsity) playing in games.  Shalhevet overall won 10 out of the 23, with the Firehawk baseball and...

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RESUMED: Firehawk shooting guard Jacob Pofsky launched a basket over the heads of defenders from Buena High School in Ventura Thursday night. Due to Covid rules, only 40 spectators, at left, were able to watch in person. Others watched a live but private video feed.
For victorious Firehawks’ after their first game in a year, the bigger win was getting to play
By Noah Elad, Staff Writer • March 21, 2021

Shalhevet basketball is back! After a long hiatus due to the pandemic, the Firehawk boys varsity team roared back to action in a hard-fought game against the Bulldogs of Buena High School of Ventura Thursday evening in the Shalhevet gym.  That gym looked different. Instead of being packed with the noise and crazy energy of students, there were approximately 40 people in attendance. Others who knew...

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