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Assistance for assistants: Summer internships for students staying in town this summer

As seen in the May 23 print edition Brenda Mehdian, staff writer Eunice Kim, staff writer UCLA  For those students who are interested in science and are looking for a challenge, UCLA has a variety of internships available to high school students. The Nano Science Lab is an exclusive five-day summer workshop that deals with […]

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JEM Community Center hosts Oklahoma Thunder

Braden Bochner, staff writer The Jewish Education Movement (JEM) Community Center hosted the NBA Oklahoma City Thunder for their practice sessions in preparation for game six of the Playoffs against the Los Angeles Clippers. The JEM Community Center, located in Beverly Hills, is a community center with programs for children, teens and adults. The center is home […]

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Eugene Gold: World War II veteran relflects on service, writes inspiring novel

As seen in the May 2 print edition Audrey Park, staff writer Alumnus Gene Gold (class of 1944 and Highlights managing editor) recently published a historical-fiction novel, “The Luger’s Vision,” inspired by his own experiences fighting in World War II. The book revolves around the lives of three young men: Caucasian, African-American and Japanese-American. The […]

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French culture returns at Cabaret 2014

Robert Katz, web editor-in-chief Cabaret, an annual evening celebration of all things French, brought students to the third floor cafeteria for a night of croissants, music and dancing, among other things, on May 1. The night was hosted by Corinne Carlson and opened by seniors Adar Thau and Zoe Tran, and a collection of 30 […]

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Summer’s healthiest snack spots

Braden Bochner, staff writer Juliette Deutsch, social media director With summer right around the corner, we’ve created a list of three healthy spots with meals to keep you refreshed and cool during the summer months. Kreation Kafe 1023 Montana Ave Kreation Kafe restaurant is a spinoff of the well-known Kreation juice bars. The “urban oasis” […]

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ASB features “Frozen” on movie night

Eunice Kim, staff writer  ASB hosted its movie night, featuring the recent CGI blockbuster “Frozen” on April 22. The lacrosse field, where the movie was shown, was filled with music and the smells of various foods. On the day of the movie night, the lacrosse field was surrounded by hungry people exchanging money for tickets […]

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AP U.S. History classes tour Greystone Mansion

Braden Bochner, staff writer Earlier this month, two AP U.S. History classes toured Greystone Mansion in Beverly Hills. Both classes studied the history of the mansion and were given a private tour of the grounds. After learning about Greystone Mansion last year, senior Daniella Hay approached AP U.S. History teachers Malia Frutschy and Dan Moroaica […]

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Fingers X Crossed

As seen in the April 10 print edition Audrey Park, staff writer Audrey James-Anenih, staff writer Beverly alumni Miles Mcfly, Dave Dillinger, Joseph Perez and Bridge Perez, along with Maria Rubin, founded FingersxCrossed (FXC), a “collective of talented individual that came together to form a lifestyle brand.” Although four of the founders graduated from Beverly, […]

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Symphonic, Concert bands participate in Norwalk festival

Braden Bochner, staff writer The Symphonic and Concert Bands participated in a festival and received excellence awards on Friday, March 28 in Norwalk, Calif. The participating schools all had to perform two pieces: a practiced piece and a sight reading piece. The formatting of the festival allowed each school to choose whether or not it […]

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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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