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Model UN tackles Northwestern University conference Broadcast news takes third place at Skills USA SLIDESHOW: Career Day inspires Normans Beats by Beverly: Students make music Color Wars enjoys improved turnout
 

Model UN tackles Northwestern University conference

Lucas Harward, staff writer Model UN traveled to Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, over spring break to take part in a nationwide conference. Over 52 schools from across the country competed. The members of the club who made the trip, which lasted for three days, along with club advisor Malia Frutschy were freshman Tessa Rudolph, […]

Broadcast news takes third place at Skills USA

Juliette Deutsch, co-editor-in-chief This past weekend, 13 CTE students and faculty attended the Skills USA competition in San Diego and competed against 1900 students from across California. Beverly students competed in the categories of Digital Cinema, Broadcast Journalism and Culinary Arts. Senior Ashley Griffin, juniors Molly Hersh, Eric Ross and Rachel Gilbert all received third […]

SLIDESHOW: Career Day inspires Normans

Jackson Prince, co-editor-in-chief Sadie Hersh, photo editor Beverly Hills High School hosted its annual ROP-run Career Day.  Featuring over 120 prominent and active guests from over 80 fields, the day was highlighted by a keynote speech from Congressman Ted Lieu.  Here’s a slideshow of the day’s action. Like this:Like Loading...

Beats by Beverly: Students make music

Jackson Prince, co-editor-in-cheif  Marty Schnapp, news editor  Sadie Hersh, photo editor Veronica Pahomova, cartoonist Ben Shofet, graphics editor Here are five Beverly students who write, record and produce original music. Edan Lipkin, 12 Max Newman, 12         Cole Plante, 12         James Dohm, 11         Daisy […]

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 […]

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

13 March 2015

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 […]

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Service Learning introduces Mental Wellness Week

20 April 2015

Karen Shilyan, business manager Service Learning is leading the initiative to promote healthy well being on campus. Its efforts to create a stress-free environment at school are being implemented in “Mental Wellness Week,” beginning April 20 and running until the end of the week. Amidst changes to the schedule due to the SBAC (Smarter Balanced […]

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BHAAA patrons athletics at Beverly

20 April 2015

Ben Shofet, graphics editor  Since 2006, the Beverly Hills Athletics Alumni Association(BHAAA)  has been the sole provider for all of Beverly’s athletic expenses. According to their website, the BHAAA has donated over 550,000 dollars to the athletic programs at Beverly. From football pads to baseball uniforms, the BHAAA have covered a majority of the equipment […]

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Boys tennis powers past Samo

17 April 2015

Marty Schnapp, news editor Boys tennis defeated Samo 13-5 in Viking territory on Thursday. The victory marks the second of back-to-back wins, making the team undefeated in league matchups so far this season. Doubles team and co-captains Jonah Malkin and Emilio Yera as well as doubles team Ben Snow and Jeffrey Lee won all three […]

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Beverly track takes on Hawthorne, Lawndale in league meet

17 April 2015

Sadie Hersh photo editor The varsity track team competed in a dual meet against Hawthorne and Lawndale on April 16 at home. “We have a really young team right now and we are doing a really good job to do the best we can do. In the next couple years to come we are going […]

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Girls lacrosse lose to Samo

17 April 2015

Veronica Pahomova cartoonist On Wednesday April 15, the varsity girls lacrosse team competed against Samo, their rival team, at 4:30 p.m. After two hours of incessant checking, cutting, and feeding the crease, the Samo players sat back on their bus, victorious from their win. Scoring three times as much as us, Samo won with an ending […]

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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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