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Summertime and the living ISN’T so easy

Summertime and the living ISN’T so easy

Brittany Welsch, Staff Writer

June 11, 2015


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The Becton seniors are ready for summer as they begin prepping for their summer jobs to help save for future college endeavors. When the CEV staff asked seniors where they will be working this summer, these were some of the responses. Try to match the senior with his/her summer job! A. Klaudia Ryznar B....

Senior year nostalgia begins to set in

Senior year nostalgia begins to set in

Akemi Yara, Staff Writer

June 11, 2015


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As the school year comes to an end, Becton’s graduating class takes the time to reminisce on all the great memories from the past four years. Senior Rebecca Sass looks back on the times she has attended the Model Congress trips. “Aside from having a good time, I have also made many friendships...

First CEV staff to launch online site looks forward to future plans

First CEV staff to launch online site looks forward to future plans

John Rotella, Staff Writer

May 2, 2015


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After writing and interviewing incessantly for the past ten months, the journalism class, which is made up of all Class of 2015 graduates, is ready to pursue future goals. Sharon Skeahan will be attending Montclair State University in the fall. “I loved the campus and the professors that I met;...

Seniors begin to reveal favorite Becton memories

Seniors begin to reveal favorite Becton memories

Miranda Febus, Editor

April 20, 2015


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With a few months shy of graduation, it’s hard for seniors not to begin reflecting on memorable experiences during their high school career. All the flashbacks that each upperclassman may have may be slightly different, but that is what makes the Class of 2015 such a unique student body. Rebecca...

Cat’s Eye View contest looking for creative Promposals

Cat’s Eye View contest looking for creative Promposals

April 20, 2015


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With prom right around the corner, the newest trend known as Promposals will be in action soon. Submit a photo or video of your Promposal to [email protected] with a brief description of how you ‘promposed’ and you will be entered into a Cat’s Eye View contest. In May, your...

Becton students, faculty reveal peculiar habits

Angela Cheung, Staff Writer

March 18, 2015


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Everyone has a strange habit, whether it is biting nails when nervous or singing in the shower when happy. The students and teachers at Becton openly shared some of their idiosyncrasies, which further illustrated that everyone is quirky in his or her own way. For instance, Senior Taylor Mastbeth frequently...

Give your wallet a spring ‘break’

Yomarie Llanos and John Rotella

March 13, 2015


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With spring break impending, now is the time to start piecing together an itinerary. While some people are lucky enough to go away on vacation with their families, some of are stuck with a few bucks in their pockets and limited transportation. Below you will find a list of inexpensive activities for...

Becton teachers take on physical challenge for charitable events

Becton teachers take on physical challenge for charitable events

Jared Farhat, Sports Writer

February 15, 2015


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Outside of the Becton classroom, many faculty and staff members donate their time for valuable causes. This coming May, English Teacher Mrs. Scalera will run the Mudderella for the first time around. The Mudderella is a five to seven mile course, which includes 12 to 15 obstacles. Participants are...

You have a pet WHAT?

February 12, 2015


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According to LiveScience.com, with 71.1 million households having at least one pet, the most commonly owned ones are dogs and cats. That may not be the case at Becton though. First off, Senior John Cobo’s house is filled with a variety of animals. He currently has two guinea pigs, two dogs, and...

No need to go hungry this Valentine’s Day

No need to go hungry this Valentine’s Day

Klaudia Ryznar, Staff Writer

February 12, 2015


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Valentine’s Day shouldn’t be about how much money people spend on each other but the time they put aside to be with a loved one. As teenagers, we don’t always have a huge amount of money lying around; however, a budget-friendly Valentine’s Day can be just as great and fun-filled. First off,...

Top television programs attract an adolescent audience

Top television programs attract an adolescent audience

Brittany Welsch, Staff Writer

January 13, 2015


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With each new year comes an abundance of television programs, and Becton students are eagerly gearing up for their favorite series to return. After randomly selecting students, 35 percent of adolescents polled are excited for the third season of The Fosters. This popular show is about a young girl, Ca...

Netflix gains popularity around the world as well as at Becton

Netflix gains popularity around the world as well as at Becton

John Rotella, Staff Writer

January 12, 2015


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As of September 2014, Netflix has gained 50 million members in over 40 countries – 36 million in the United States alone – and is now worth over 28 billion dollars. Due to its success, the streaming company has been able to produce its own original programs, such as Emmy Award-winning shows like...

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