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Treats to try this Spring

Juliette Deutsch, co-editor-in-chief Toast at Sqirl 720 N. Virgil Ave., Los Angeles If you enjoy chaos and communal tables as much as you do crispy brioche toast smeared with almond-hazelnut butter or fresh quince paste, then Sqirl may be your new favorite place to brunch in the city. Plus, any place that serves G&B coffee […]

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Damien Rice Live at the Greek Review: A lonely thunder

Guy Ginsberg sports editor Irish folk-indie singer Damien Rice released his third studio album, My Favorite Faded Fantasy, in 2014, with various musical experience. He toured with ’90′s rock band Juniper, before settling down for a solo career with the albums “O” in 2002 and “9″ in 2006. It’s Fantasy which brought Rice to […]

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Radio Airlift’s Battle of the Bands rocks

Jackson Prince co-editor-in-chief Marty Schnapp news editor Radio Airlift hosted Beverly’s second annual Battle of the Bands in the Salter Theatre on Wednesday. Run by senior president of Radio Airlift Matthew Sater, the event saw about 50 attendees, as well as approximately eight acts. The show began with a four-chord song mashup presented by Ukulluminati, […]

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Religious Freedom and Restoration Act: supporting freedom or discrimination?

Guy Ginsberg sports editor Two leaps back On Thursday, March 26, 2015, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence signed into Indiana law the Religious Freedom and Restoration Act (RFRA). The exact text of the law says this: “…prohibits a governmental entity from substantially burdening a person’s exercise of religion, even if the burden results from a rule […]

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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, […]

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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 […]

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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…

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Beats by Beverly: Normans make music

Jackson Prince, co-editor-in-chief  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 […]

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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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