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FLAG: A demonstrator wore an Iranian flag at a demonstration at the Federal Building Jan 8. The death of Masa Amini sparked large protests in large cities all over the world.

[Photo] Death of Masa Amini in Iran not a surprise to Iranian-Americans at Shalhevet

By Tali Liebenthal, Co-Editor-in-Chief
February 17, 2023

FLAG: A demonstrator wore an Iranian flag at a demonstration at the Federal Building Jan 8. The death of Masa Amini sparked large...

REMNANTS:  After hearing from museum staffers that the image of the Nazi symbol may have been a false rumor, Boiling Point reporters found remains that appeared to be a paint-appearing adhesive on and near the fence posts.

[Photo] Nazi flag appears on Fairfax fence between LACMA and Academy Museum, half-mile north of school

By Tali Liebenthal, Co-Editor-in-Chief
February 13, 2023

REMNANTS: After hearing from museum staffers that the image of the Nazi symbol may have been a false rumor, Boiling Point reporters...

PLAN: Coach Coleman talked strategy with the team during a timeout.

[Photo] Firehawks come close in historic CIF run but fall short of State Championship win

By Noah Elad, Sports Editor
March 22, 2022

PLAN: Coach Coleman talked strategy with the team during a timeout.

Band performs at Chanukah celebration in Shalhevet gym

[Photo] Born in quarantine jam sessions, Shalhevet band plans second performance on Purim

By Keren Tizabi, 9th grade
March 14, 2022

FIRST: The band made its debut at the Chanukaffe in the gym Dec.3.

OFFENSE: Junior Talia Tibi, who plays point guard, dribbled around the three-point line as the Firehawks defeated the Verdugo Hills Dons 57-54 on Saturday night.

[Photo] After defeating Verdugo Hills in semifinals, Firehawks will play tonight for spot in State Championship

By Noah Elad, Sports Editor
March 8, 2022

OFFENSE: Junior Talia Tibi, who plays point guard, dribbled around the three-point line as the Firehawks defeated the Verdugo...

POINTS: Junior Avi Halpert went up for a layup against the YULA Panthers. He led the team with 34 points, his second most in a game this season.

[Photo] Firehawks see two wins as both varsity teams defeat YULA

By Noah Elad, Sports Editor
January 11, 2022

POINTS: Junior Avi Halpert went up for a layup against the YULA Panthers. He led the team with 34 points, his second most in a...

 SWAB: Arielle Grossman and Keira Deutsch wait for their Covid test in the cafeteria Dec. 3 as Director of Facilities Lili Einalhori oversees. Weekly Covid testing is required for unvaccinated students and members of the basketball team, and also available for any student who wishes.

[Photo] Vaccine mandate takes effect for most students 16 and up

By Juliet Wiener, Outside News Editor
December 2, 2021

SWAB: Arielle Grossman and Keira Deutsch wait for their Covid test in the cafeteria Dec. 3 as Director of Facilities Lili Einalhori...

CLOSE: Berman lead after the first half of the game 36-29, but Shalhevet took the lead in the second half winning 71-64. Sophomore Yalee Schwartz dribbles down the court in the first quarter.

[Photo] GLOUBERMAN DAY 1: A comeback and a landslide open Firehawks’ Glouberman as both boys’ and girls’ teams win

By Benjamin Gamson, Editor-in-Chief
November 4, 2021

CLOSE: Berman lead after the first half of the game 36-29, but Shalhevet took the lead in the second half winning 71-64. Sophomore...

LEARNING: Students in Rabbi Stein’s ninth grade AGS class sit behind plexi-glass dividers in the Beit Midrash Nov. 17.  There are around 48 students across ninth, 11th and 12th grade who attend on-campus tracks, compared to 120 students who would have been on campus for 3- 4 hours per day if school had opened for Judaic Studies.

[Photo] Partial reopening of in-person school is cancelled after LA Covid cases spike

By Molly Litvak and Benjamin Gamson
November 18, 2020

LEARNING: Students in Rabbi Stein’s ninth grade AGS class sit behind plexi-glass dividers in the Beit Midrash Nov. 17. There...

BANNER:  A duplex on Airdrome Street in Pico-Robertson endorsed the president Nov. 1.

[Photo] YEAR OF THE YARD SIGN: Election’s conflicts and tensions are playing out on area front lawns

By Keira Beller, 10th Grade
November 4, 2020

BANNER: A duplex on Airdrome Street in Pico-Robertson endorsed the president Nov. 1.

DEFUND? Measure J on the Los Angeles County ballot would reduce the percentage of county dollars available for sheriff’s and jail funding.

[Photo] Measure J hopes to answer George Floyd protests by reallocating some county funds

By Joshua Gamson, Ninth Grade
October 30, 2020

DEFUND? Measure J on the Los Angeles County ballot would reduce the percentage of county dollars available for sheriff’s and...

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