The Boiling Point

With a whir and a whoosh, it’s ghondi and aboosht

With a whir and a whoosh, it’s ghondi and aboosht

Emilie Benyowitz, 9th Grade

March 18, 2010

“Here you go, everyone take a recipe book,” said Ms. Tamara Gidanian, math teacher by day, Persian chef by weekend. She handed out small homemade recipe books to the 20 people who attended her Persian Cooking class Feb. 21. The class was held in the kitchen of the Ellenhorn residence, home of freshman Jacob Ellenho...

Student entrepreneurs get down to business

Student entrepreneurs get down to business

Leona Fallas, Photo Editor

March 18, 2010

The room is abuzz as 15 aspiring entrepreneurs click frantically on their laptops. In groups of four, they research their potential demographic, consult graphs, and spend weeks devising their business plan. After creating their own ad campaign for their project, they present it… to their teacher and...

Facebook ‘Farmville’ phenomenon takes over Shalhevet

Facebook ‘Farmville’ phenomenon takes over Shalhevet

Kalil Eden, Staff Writer

March 18, 2010

Call of Duty took gamers to the heart of a war-torn Middle East, while Fallout 3 unfolded in the midst of a post-apocalyptic Washington, D.C. Now Farmville brings users to the heart of the action: The family farm. For those who have not had their notifications exhausted by “farm-pushers,” Farmville...

You, too, can design clothes that stay within school dress code

Eli Willis, Staff Columnist

March 18, 2010

If you design it yourself, it’s one-of-a-kind Project Frumway has come and gone, and we didn’t win first prize for clothing design this year. But Shalhevet students are still making their own innovative clothing, and you can too. Take inspiration from styles in stores, or from raw materials just wai...

Turning heads with locks of lavender

Leona Fallas, Photo Editor

March 18, 2010

Shalhevet girls have always had a flair for eye-catching color, and lately, it  affects even their hair. In recent weeks, girls from all grades and even some faculty can be seen strutting through the hallways with flowing pink, blue, or red strands cascading behind.  “I think it looks cool and...

Shiloh’s takes you to France

Nathaniel Kukurudz, Staff Columnist

January 6, 2010

If you are looking for a truly relaxing and enjoyable evening with a serene atmosphere, you can stop searching, because I have found the quintessential place: Shiloh’s Steakhouse. Just from the outside (on Pico Boulevard, of course), you should already be able to tell that this will be a great meal,...