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African poaching concerns must reach Americans

Jackson Prince, co-editor-in-chief According to a study published a few weeks back by Genome Research, African elephants were deemed “superior smellers,” due to their innate ability to distinguish different odors better than any animal ever examined. However, despite their remarkably sensitive schnozzes, it seems as if elephants are unable to sniff out the danger to […]

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Hawthorne School named 2014 California Distinguished School

Dani Klemes, web editor-in-chief Robert Katz, web editor-in-chief Hawthorne School was recently named a 2014 California Distinguished School by State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson. According to a press release from the California Department of Education (CDE), Torlakson named 424 public elementary schools California Distinguished Schools for their “strong commitment and innovative approaches to […]

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DECA to compete in ICDC, attend National Leadership academies

Dani Klemes, web editor-in-chief Culminating its 2013-2014 competition year, DECA, the global high school and collegiate program that prepares young entrepreneurs for careers in management, finance, marketing and hospitality, is set to host the International Career Development Conference (ICDC) in Atlanta, Ga. from May 3 to May 6. The conference, as reported by DECA’s official […]

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LACMA, Film Independent host Portlandia screening, Q&A

Dani Klemes, web editor-in-chief Max Stahl, comment editor The Dream of the 90s was alive in Los Angeles last Thursday night. Thanks to Film Independent (and Dr. Steven Rubenstein for giving us his tickets), Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein of Portlandia, the satirical sketch comedy series, graced us with their presence at the Los Angeles […]

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Cult Classics: The Grand Budapest Hotel

Dani Klemes, web editor-in-chief Friday, March 7, marked the limited release of Wes Anderson’s newest film–a vibrant, feathery tale of 1930s Eastern Europe and a certain hotel concierge, M. Gustave (Ralph Fiennes), who reigns over the prominent Grand Budapest Hotel in the fictional Republic of Zubrowka. The plot unravels into an alternative comedy (which is […]

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Karen Rappaport discusses Israeli study abroad program

Eunice Kim, staff writer History teacher Joanie Garratt invited Karen Rappaport, a director of the admissions for the Alexander Muss High School in Israel (AMHSI), to speak about a high school study abroad  program in Israel on March 14. Students at AMHSI have a significantly different studying environment from other high schools. While regular high […]

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Rep. Waxman retires after 40 years

As seen in the Feb. 21, print edition. Max Stahl, comment editor For Henry Waxman, Democratic representative of California’s 33rd district, which contains Beverly Hills, it has always been policy over politics. One of Washington’s most productive statesmen, Mr. Waxman has amassed over his 40 years in the House a substantial list of legislative achievements […]

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Radio Airlift to host Battle of the Bands

Dani Klemes, web editor-in-chief Following its one year anniversary on Feb. 10, Radio Airlift is currently holding auditions for its first Battle of the Bands. The event, which is to take place in late March or early April, will include live performances from Beverly students and teachers. The competition, judged by teachers (including history teacher […]

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The Hills Have Eyes (Valentine’s Day Edition)

Every week, we speak to students about what is going on in their lives inside and outside Beverly. This week, we asked students what Valentine’s Day means to them.  “What’s special about Valentine’s day? I get to burn off my money.” – Senior David Prokopenko “It’s a corporate holiday that plays on people’s emotions to […]

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A sip of New York in LA: Alfred Coffee

Braden Bochner, staff writer Juliette Deutsch, social media director Most LA natives are familiar with the quiet,yet very trendy, tree-lined street known as Melrose Place. Melrose Place is home to luxury boutiques such as Isabel Marant and Alexander McQueen, as well as the mediterranean grill Fig & Olive, sushi hotspot Koi and Alfred Coffee and […]

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