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Soccer program, Tower Cancer Research Fund come together Foodie Series Ep. 2: Ellen Varsity wrestling dominates in “King of the Hills” dual-meet Graphic design project provides students political voice Theater Arts Workshop performs
 

Soccer program, Tower Cancer Research Fund come together

Rinesa Kabashi photo editor The Tower Cancer Research Foundation was founded by the Tower Hematology Oncology Medical Group to conduct clinical trials and have helped in the approval of 15 cancer drugs.   “Having a cancer fundraiser made this game extra meaningful. Knowing that this game symbolizes our team doing something to help the cancer community […]

Foodie Series Ep. 2: Ellen’s Southern Kitchen

Jason Harward co-editor-in-chief Priscilla Hopper media manager What’s a visit to Dallas without Chicken-Fried Chicken? Highlights had to stop for a taste of the authentic cuisine while at the National High School Journalism Convention; all we can say is, it was worth it. The all-day breakfast, massive plates and overall comfort food vibe was exactly what our trip […]

Varsity wrestling dominates in “King of the Hills” dual-meet

Brian Harward staff writer Varsity wrestling defeated Lawndale, Calabasas and Torrance high schools in the King of the Hills tournament on Wednesday, Nov. 28. The team began with a close win over Lawndale, defeating the Cardinals 47-27. Then they dominated Torrance and Calabasas, with final scores of 66-18 and 54-18, respectively. The meet commenced with […]

Graphic design project provides students political voice

Jason Harward co-editor-in-chief After the Las Vegas shootings brought gun violence to the center of the political stage, art teacher Michael Federman allowed his graphic design students to add their voice to the debate by making a poster taking a stance on some part of gun control legislation. Federman believes learning graphic design goes hand in […]

Theater Arts Workshop performs ‘Almost, Maine’

Catherine Gagulashvili calendar manager “Almost, Maine,” a performance put on by the Theater Arts Workshop (TAW) Acting Emphasis Class, is a beautifully directed array of romantic comedy scenes and vignettes. Taking place in a small, starry, fictional town of Almost, Maine, the story unfolds, presenting several unique stories, all lingering on the promise and pain of […]

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

11 December 2017

ASB responds to November editorial DearStudents, The Leadership class at Beverly Hills High School,  referred to many as ASB, does not include only the thirty-six members that plan school events and strive to foster a sense of unity at Beverly; it encompasses the entire school population. Our mission is to hear, understand and implement everyone’s […]

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Boys varsity soccer edges out victory against Mark Keppel

10 December 2017

Ben Dahan News Editor The boys varsity soccer team bested Mark Keppel High School with a close score of 3-2 on Friday, Dec. 8. The closure of the first half of the game did not bode well for the Normans, who were down 0-1. However, they dominated the second half, scoring three goals and shooting […]

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ASB preps for Winter formal

08 December 2017

Rinesa Kabashi  Winter Formal, the capstone to a week full of semester finals, is right around the corner. Formal, of which the theme is “Hollywood”, will be held at the El Rey theatre on Dec. 20 from 7p.m. to 10 p.m. Students with an ASB card can buy their tickets at the price of $45, […]

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National French Week celebrations aspire to bring light to French culture

08 December 2017

Catherine Gagulashvili staff writer In L.A. County, with a French-speaking population of 38,600 people, the organizers of National French Week, celebrated across the nation from Nov. 1-7, made an effort to be heard and recognized for their celebrated language and culture. National French Week, being celebrated on campus from Dec. 6-8, is to include the […]

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#MeToo: the stories and practices behind a movement

08 December 2017

Administration limited in power when dealing with off-campus sexual misconduct Find the opinion article on the #MeToo Movement here. Catherine Gagulashvili staff writer Evan Minniti staff writer Vivian Geilim opinion editor Sexual misconduct is a “hot button” issue at the moment. Politicians, actors, comedians and media giants have faced allegations of sexual misconduct, often from […]

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#MeToo: the stories and practices behind a movement

08 December 2017

Stories confirm what we know Find the news article on the #MeToo Movement here. Vivian Geilim opinion editor The action of sexual assault lives in infamy and will forever live in infamy. It is a recited axiom that the word ‘sexual assault’ piggybacks a negative connotation. So, my question is that if it’s a well-known […]

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Astrology girl turns to the stars

07 December 2017

Rinesa Kabashi photo editor Desiree Gonzalez staff writer A little girl took a visit to her aunt’s house and found a book on her aunt’s bookshelf that she would read and be very passionate about. As she was flipping through the pages from a book about zodiac signs, she fell in love with the pictures and junior […]

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Community service encourages students, provides satisfaction

07 December 2017

Sophia Goldberg sports editor Recognition for community service comes in all forms, from certificates to the overall fulfilling feeling students get from helping those in need and connecting with others. One way Beverly helps students earn recognition for their community service is the President’s Volunteer Service Award. Students can compile their community service hours in […]

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‘Vice Principals’ satirizes administrators’ work enviornment

06 December 2017

Ben Dahan News Editor The HBO comedy series “Vice Principals” follows the relationship of rival VPs, Neal Gamby (Danny McBride) and Lee Russell (Walton Goggins), desperately vying for the top spot at North Jackson High School: principal. In the wake of the show’s finale, Highlights asked Beverly’s assistant principals to weigh in on this portrayal […]

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BREAKING NEWS: Administration keeps schools open, will continue to monitor air quality

06 December 2017

Jason Harward co-editor-in-chief With three major fires burning in Southern California and a mandatory evacuation area stretching as far into West Los Angeles as the UCLA campus, Superintendent Michael Bregy is staying on top of the constantly evolving wildfire situation. “We are in contact with the police chief and our police officer liaison to keep in […]

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