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Color Wars enjoys improved turnout Tse runs L.A. Marathon TUCH club brings students together at lunch Robotics wins Los Angeles Regional Championship, advances to Nationals Beverly alumnus Caylin Hauptmann
 

Color Wars enjoys improved turnout

Lucas Harward, staff writer The annual Color Wars, hosted and planned by ASB, occurred on March 24 in the Swim Gym. This year, the seniors came out on top. The event was comprised of various games, from limbo to balloon stomp to pushball. The objective of all four grades was to win the most games and […]

Tse runs L.A. Marathon

Marty Schnapp news editor Special education teacher and BHEA President Telly Tse ran the L.A. Marathon on March 15. He draws most of his inspiration to run from his students, friends, colleagues and family members who have overcome obstacles to achieve success. “I run to honor all these people in my life,” Tse said. However, […]

TUCH club brings students together at lunch

Sadie Hersh, photo editor For kids who might not know where to sit at lunch, or are overwhelmed with all the possible places to sit, TUCH is a club with the purpose to eliminate this problem. Teens Unite for Cultural Harmony meets at lunch on special occasions, like Valentine’s Day or St. Patrick’s Day, to […]

Robotics wins Los Angeles Regional Championship, advances to Nationals

Jackson Prince, co-editor-in-chief MorTorq FRC 1515 was part of a three-team alliance that took home the Los Angeles Regional Championship on Saturday. In past years, the business team won the top regional prize, but 2015 spelled success for MorTorq’s robot. “Without discrediting our team at all, it was really a surprise to win the LA […]

Beverly alumnus Caylin Hauptmann’s road to two Super Bowl Rings

Guy Ginsberg sports editor What do the New England Patriots, the Seattle Seahawks and Beverly Hills High School all have in common? If you’re thinking cornerback Brandon Browner, you’re close, but he went to Sylmar High in North LA. It’s offensive lineman Caylin Hauptmann, and at 23 years old, he already is arguably the most […]

Branagh’s ‘Cinderella’: kind, courageous with a bit of magic

30 March 2015

Jackson Prince, co-editor-in-chief “Just because it’s what’s done doesn’t mean it’s what should be done.” An orphan called Ella (Lily James) gave this message to a good-looking stranger named Kit (Richard Madden, or “the King of the North”) in the revamped, rehashed redo that is Kenneth Branagh’s “Cinderella”, an instant classic the likes of which […]

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Teachers honored with Apple Awards

30 March 2015

Karen Shilyan, business manager Apple Awards are designed to honor select individuals for their excellence and service to schools and organizations. Beverly Hills High School is honoring our very own Tricia Fegan, P.E. Coach and aquatics program head, as well as Elaina Reilly, math teacher and department chair.   Like this:Like Loading...

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Lieu to speak as keynote

26 March 2015

Lucas Harward, staff writer Newly-elected congressman Ted Lieu will be the keynote speaker for this year’s Career Day on April 1, according to ROP/CTE director Cindy Dubin. In the most recent midterm elections to elect the 114th Congress, Lieu, a democrat, defeated republican Elan Carr to become the congressional representative for the 33rd district of […]

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Where to eat now: Rankings of the best in LA

26 March 2015

Juliette Deutsch, co-editor-in-chief 1. Scopa Italian Roots 2905 W. Washington Blvd Venice, CA Spacious, brick-walled and leather-lined booths filled with satisfied customers is Scopa Italian Roots. Trained at Spago, chef Antonia Lofaso (who just so happens to be the older sister of Beverly alumnus Anthony Lofaso) understands high standards of Italian cooking, which Los Angeles […]

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Student hacker strikes against Beverly

26 March 2015

Keith Stone cub writer Students at Beverly have come to know these seven words very well. You are not connected to the Internet. These words have become a constant curse seen many times over the course of the last few months, making something very clear: a hacker at Beverly, is consistently crashing the school’s Internet and […]

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Journalism staff competes at state write-off

26 March 2015

Celine Rezvani, staff writer The Highlights and Watchtower staff competed and won at the Southern California Journalism Education Association State Write-Off at Rancho Dominguez Prep in Long Beach on March 21. Over 200 students from 27 schools competed in 16 categories including news, feature, sports, op-ed and photography. Juniors Brenna Nouray, Sadie Hersh and senior […]

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Norman perceptions of social media

26 March 2015

Evan Minniti cub writer Through the rise of the smartphone, social networking sites have had a huge impact on America’s teenage population. According to a recent Nielsen survey, 58 percent of American teenagers own a cellphone. Another survey from the Pew Research Center said that an even larger number, 78 percent, of teenagers aged 12 to […]

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Track and field enters new season, takes on new goals

26 March 2015

Jamie Kim, cub writer Like all spring sports, track and field has only just begun, but as head coach Dwayne Washington put it, the team shows a lot of promise. According to Simon Langer’s website following the track and field team, there are many athletes that stand out, including junior boys varsity sprinter Raehaan Poonja […]

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AcaDeca places at Sacramento

AcaDeca places at Sacramento

25 March 2015

Ben Shofet, graphics editor  In their final competition of the year, the Academic Decathlon team (AcaDeca) placed in sixth in the state of California and 11th in the nation at the Sacramento state finals on March 17. The team’s score of 51,511 was second-best in Beverly’s history. The AcaDeca team placed both nationally and regionally […]

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BHMUN participates in Gahr competition

25 March 2015

Guy Ginsberg sports editor Beverly Hills Model United Nations (BHMUN) participated at a competition at Gahr High School on Saturday, March 21, where they competed against 15 other schools. Junior Mishelle Arakelian and freshman Jonathan Artal both received an award of Outstanding; and sophomore’s Yunchao Zhang, Max Yera, Jordan Grode, Hwanhee Choi and Nicole Mashoudy […]

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