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

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Zoey Botnick

Zoey Botnick, Photo Editor

Boiling Point was always a major point of interest for Zoey Botnick. Freshman year, she started out as a photographer. Now as a Junior, is one of the three photo editors. Whether taking pictures, editing, or organizing the photos of the day she’s always invested. She loves taking pictures and is always found with a camera in her hand.

All content by Zoey Botnick
Gilad Spitzer

[Photo] Zev Kupferman

September 10, 2019

Maia Lefferman

[Photo] Zach Helfand

September 6, 2019

EFFORT: Girls at a recent Town Hall showed the problem with modesty and skirts. They are required at Orthodox schools around the U.S..

[Photo] SKIRTED: Why girls can’t wear pants at school

EFFORT: Girls at a recent Town Hall showed the problem with modesty and skirts. They are required at Orthodox schools around the...

CANCELLED:  Choirhawk practice was cancelled until after three of 23 singers were diagnosed with pertussis. Dr. Julie Higashi of the LA County Health Department said singing could make the virus easier to spread.

[Photo] Health department adds another three weeks to babysitting ban as two more whooping cough cases are reported at school

By Lucy Fried, Co-Editor-in-Chief
January 1, 2019

CANCELLED: Choirhawk practice was cancelled until after three of 23 singers were diagnosed with pertussis. Dr. Julie Higashi...

MINORITY: Junior Evan Rubel said nominees to the Supreme Court should be held to a higher standard than people being interviewed for other jobs.

[Photo] Town Hall mostly defends Justice Kavanaugh as conversation stays civil

By Alex Rubel, Sports Editor
October 22, 2018

MINORITY: Junior Evan Rubel said nominees to the Supreme Court should be held to a higher standard than people being interviewed...

Molly Litvak, Outside News Editor

[Photo] Molly Litvak

September 12, 2018

 INTRODUCE:  Rabbi Block was one of many speakers at the freshman orientation who worked to acclimate the freshmen into the Shalhevet culture.  BP photo by Zoey Botnick

[Photo] Learning values and flinging chickens, 65 freshmen become oriented to Shalhevet

By Talia Tizabi, Ninth Grade
August 27, 2018

INTRODUCE: Rabbi Block was one of many speakers at the freshman orientation who worked to acclimate the freshmen into the Shalhevet...

RENOVATION: Risers, a carpet and a new piano were added to the music room over the past year. The choir practices there twice a week, and singers report they can see and hear better.

[Photo] Music room finally sounds like one

By Nicholas Fields, Arts & Culture Editor
May 14, 2018

RENOVATION: Risers, a carpet and a new piano were added to the music room over the past year. The choir practices there twice...

  LISHMA: Sophomore Mitchell Hoenig  is in Advanced Gemara Shiur, where students learn Gemara two hours a week without being graded.

[Photo] Can it be for God when it’s for a grade?

By Lucy Fried, Torah Editor
May 7, 2018

LISHMA: Sophomore Mitchell Hoenig is in Advanced Gemara Shiur, where students learn Gemara two hours a week without being graded....

HIDING: Students crouch between chairs behind the mechitzah during Shalhevets first-ever lockdown drill.

[Photo] Lights out, desks up and if possible, lock the door

By Tyler Ekaireb, Outside News Editor
April 24, 2018

HIDING: Students crouch between chairs behind the mechitzah during Shalhevet's first-ever lockdown drill.

CHANGE: LAUSD school board member Nick Melvoin recommended lowering the voting age so high school students could be more involved.

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CHANGE: LAUSD school board member Nick Melvoin recommended lowering the voting age so high school students could be more involved.

The 12th grade Purple team huddles and cheers before the start of the apache race.

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The 12th grade Purple team huddles and cheers before the start of the apache race.

DASH: Members of the running club ran by the Peterson Museum at Wilshire and Fairfax Oct. 27.

[Photo] After success of club, running group evolves into team and wins first meet

By Shayna Becker, Staff Writer
November 17, 2017

DASH: Members of the running club ran by the Peterson Museum at Wilshire and Fairfax Oct. 27.

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