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Supporters of Armenia and Turkey protest their combating views on the events of 1915

Veronica Pahomova staff writer Stretching from McCarthy Vista all the way past South Fairfax Avenue, thousands of protestors gathered along Wilshire Boulevard on Sunday April 24, 2016 in hopes of demonstrating each opposing country’s belief on the events that occurred on 1915. Red, blue and orange covered one portion of the streets, skies and roads, while the […]

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Master manipulator of magic stuns

Jamie Kim news editor Some performers look at their sold-out arenas, filled with screaming, dancing fans. Other performers define their success with the polar opposite: a silent, enraptured crowd. Freshman Jonah Okum is of the latter. Okum began to foster his interest in magic four years ago when his grandfather showed him a card trick, […]

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Sophomore library employee experiences school job

Lauren Hannani staff writer For most of us, the library serves as a place where we can rely on for some books, studying time, computers or even silence. But for sophomore Mallory Azziz working behind the desk, the library is more than just a quiet study place at school. As a student employee, Azziz helps […]

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French ‘Cabaret’ teaches students more than lines

Eleanor Bogart-Stuart staff writer Hours after the bell rang last Thursday, red, white and blue flags, tablecloths and banners were spread around the cafeteria at school. But these colors weren’t there in celebration of America; they were, instead, celebrating France. Cabaret night is an annual celebration of French culture coordinated by Foreign Language Department Chair […]

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Senior takes success octave higher

Natasha Dardashti social media editor In the fourth grade, most children spend their time eating ice cream and coloring, but to senior Julia Choi, the fourth grade signified the beginning of a major aspect in her life: piano. When she was only a sophomore, Choi competed in the highest division of piano sonata held by the […]

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WASC comes with a sting

Nirav Desai, staff writer Veronica Pahomova, staff writer The Western Association of School and Colleges (WASC) visited on March 14 for a mid-term evaluation. Three years ago, this association gave us a six year accreditation with a three-year follow-up. According to Principal Dave Jackson and several other faculty and students, this recent follow-up visit, which determines […]

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Marching band performs at fountain opening

Veronica Pahomova staff writer Select members from the Beverly Hills High School Marching Band took to the streets during sixth period on April 5, fulfilling the mayor’s requested to perform at the opening of the Beverly Hills’ water fountain on Santa Monica Boulevard. The ensemble filled the location with their symphonic tunes, including the “Beverly Fight […]

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Track and Field athletes recognized at UCLA Legends

Guy Ginsberg co editor in chief Eighteen track and field athletes were selected to compete in the UCLA Legends Track Invitational at UCLA on Friday, April 1. Amanda Block, Brandon Kim, Jonathan Cohen, Jason Cohen, Shimon Dubner, Yael Balakhane, Mohammed Abikenari, Raehaan Poonja, Noah Lee, Raustin Soltani, Stephanie Ancker, Zoe Hinton, Stanley Wu, Victoria Hanpham, […]

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Sophomore skates, scores into future college scholarship offers

Sophia Goldberg, staff writer With encouragement from her family members in a sport played by her brother, sophomore Dominique Petrie has developed as a hockey player on her all-boys team over the course of 11 years. Petrie practices in Westminster twice a week and in Anaheim once a week with Anaheim Junior Ducks Bantam AAA-1 […]

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Madoff makes off with five stars

Keith Stone, staff writer There are some things that can make one’s heart skip a beat. A moment of incredible fear or panic, the pride of seeing a good grade and the immeasurable joy that comes from discovering an amazing new TV show to occupy time. Madoff may be only four, 45-minute long episodes, but […]

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