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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

The Talking Point Episode 2: Change

The Talking Point Episode 2: Change

By Sam Rubanowitz, Senior Editor April 8, 2020

 In this episode, we cover COVID-19 news updates, new Shalhevet academic policies, the Zoom-Seder controversy, and student efforts to find meaning during these times. FEATURED: A special interview...

LISTEN: News and interviews in an audio format.

Welcome to ‘The Talking Point’

By Sam Rubanowitz, Executive Producer April 2, 2020

Given that society is so different right now under COVID-19, the Boiling Point is offering a new way for the community to access our news coverage. Welcome to the Talking Point. The Talking Point...

Super Tuesday Livecast

Super Tuesday Livecast

March 3, 2020

PLEASE STAND BY.  Broadcast resumes at 6:30 p.m. PST. Click on the arrow for live coverage with Jacob Lefkowitz Brooks, Sam Rubanowitz, Benjamin Gamson and Neima Fax.  Our 4:15 segment has...

CLOSE: Andrew Yang, candidate for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, waved to a cheering crowd outside of Tried and True Co. vintage clothing store on Fairfax Avenue just north of school Dec. 19. The storefront had been completely revamped with Yang hats, sweatshirts and other “merch,” and some of the crowd had arrived at 6 a.m., as they might for a drop of rare clothing from a popular manufacturer.

Politics meets streetwear as presidential candidate Andrew Yang comes to Fairfax

By Sam Rubanowitz, Senior Editor January 31, 2020

  Waiting in line for a Supreme clothing drop on Fairfax Avenue Dec. 19, senior Ben-Tsion Oliel was surprised to see a commotion down the block. Then he saw cars approaching with “Yang” stickers...

What is Robotics?

June 5, 2019

In its fourth year, Shalhevet's Robotics Team placed 19th out of 56 teams -- its best showing ever -- in the Los Angeles Regional FIRST Robotics Competition March 21-23.  This time, The Boiling Point...

SUBMERGED: Water in Room B101 was about 3 inches deep at 1:30 p.m. today.

FLOOD: All basement classrooms under inches of water after city main breaks

By Molly Litvak, Outside News Editor April 2, 2019

A huge gush of water from a burst city pipe poured through a basement wall and into a storage room early this morning, overflowing into two basement levels of Shalhevet, flooding all basement classrooms...

BRAID: Helped by volunteers from Los Angeles and elsewhere, asylum seekers who had been held in detention before being cleared to enter the U.S. were welcomed with their first showers and hot meals at the Casa de Oracion No. 2 church in northern Phoenix Jan. 16. Above, Marian Merritt braided one girl’s hair.

Welcoming the stranger with hot food, scissors and applause

By Sam Rubanowitz, Staff Writer March 6, 2019

It was almost noon when two Department of Homeland Security buses finally turned into a church parking lot in northern Phoenix. Volunteers who had been there since around 9 a.m. were lined up and waiting...

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