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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 […]

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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, […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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#Flashbackfriday: Cartoons

What reminds you of your past? The smell of a certain kind of candle? The songs of a band your parents used to play? For some, its the classic cartoons that they spent every day watching. Without the likes of Aang, Scooby and Bubbles, one would not be the same. Here are a select few […]

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Highlights staff places second at LAJTA Write-Off

Six members of Highlights and two students from Beginning Journalism competed at the Los Angeles Journalism Teachers’ Association (LAJTA) Write-Off at Cal State Northridge on Saturday, March 7. Beverly placed second overall. According to LAJTA president Kim Messadieh, 11 schools and over 60 students were in attendance. The seven members from Beverly who placed will […]

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111 Normans compete at annual BHMUN conference, many win awards

Lucas Harward, staff writer Over 100 Beverly students participated in the fifth annual Beverly Hills Model United Nations (BHMUN) conference on March 1. The majority of students served as delegates on any of the five committees, and MUN members acted as chairs of the committees. Three of the committees focused on the issues of ISIS, […]

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Gourmet delivery revolutionized: The story of Postmates and UberFresh

Juliette Deutsch, co-editor-in-chief Once only thought of as stereotypical Chinese takeout or pizza delivery, the food-delivery scene has evolved due to UberFresh and Postmates, two of the leaders in the speedy gourmet food-delivery service. Postmates is a company that was created in 2011 by three New Yorkers: Sam Street, Sean Plaice and Bastian Lehmann. First […]

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Every 15 Minutes returns to Beverly

Lucas Harward, staff writer The Every 15 Minutes program will return to Beverly on Feb. 26 and 27 to deliver an intense staged experience to juniors and seniors about the dangers of drunk driving. Every 15 Minutes, which comes to Beverly every two years, was first developed by the Chico Police Department in 1995 through […]

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