The Boiling Point

Internet is back — with new filters and protections

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

January 9, 2010

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 its internet policy to be safer and more law-abiding, access is now limited by filters and blocks to keep the internet running and to keep internet use...

No, clothing is a form of expression

No, clothing is a form of expression

January 5, 2010

By Benny Balasz, Staff Columnist   Uniforms have no place in Shalhevet. The one and only Jewish school whose main purpose is to help students form their own identities cannot be one with ...

Sudden loss of an old friend, Beatrice Levavi

Rebecca Asch, Features Editor

September 3, 2009

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, who passed away suddenly on July 26 from pancreatic cancer. The crowd sitting in the backyard of Dr. Friedman’s Beverly Hills estate laughed...

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

Jeremy Lowe, Arts Editor

June 16, 2008

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 Color War and chaperoning many school trips. “Being at Shalhevet has been a tremendous opportunity to learn from teachers, students and peers,”...

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, 2008

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 against can understand what I mean when I say that people either stare at you or they stare right through you,” Mr. Tranchi told The Boi...