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Shak Ghacha stars in ‘Touch’

Dami Kim, Social Media Director The following is one in a series of three articles about student entertainers.  Check out Michelle Banayan’s article about Cole Plante, and the April 20 print edition for an article about Noah Centineo by Sarit Kashanian. Junior Shak Ghacha’s dream of joining the Hollywood stars became a reality in a […]

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Despite initial setbacks, Earthlings club helps environment

By Julia Waldow, Print Arts & Style Editor This is the second in a series of feature articles focusing on clubs on campus. Check in each day this week for new stories on our diverse clubs. Earthlings, a relatively new club, strives to raise environmental awareness to Beverly and to the community through its meetings and […]

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JSA club brings politics to Beverly

JSA might only be a club at Beverly, but President Steve Kearns and Vice President Ronita Khakshoor apply great amounts of effort into getting club members to participate in conventions as well as their fundraising events. Khakshoor stated that their members are quite active this year; members have attended conventions as well as meeting every […]

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Julie Goler’s English class takes advantage of Facebook

Parmis Sahrapima, Web Co-Editor-in-Chief While Facebook is recognized by parents and administrators as a time-consuming social network, students and teachers have found ways to manipulate the resources that Facebook offers so that it can serve as an advantage to learning. Julie Goler, who teaches sophomore English, has provided her students with the opportunity to use […]

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Facebook provides new way of communication in classes

Kevin Park, staff writer This is the second in a series of four articles that will focus on social media and its place in high school. Dan Moroaica’s class uses Facebook group to share ideas and information, providing place that students and teacher can interact each other easily. Having been established in the beginning of […]

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The social networks of Beverly Hills

Robert Katz, Staff Writer This is the first in a series of four articles that will focus on social media and its place in high school. Twitter As Facebook continues to dominate students’ social spheres, only one other social networking website comes close to matching the omnipotence of Facebook: Twitter. Since its inception in 2006, […]

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Boys’ JV golf forced to forfeit matches

Pasha Farmanara, Web Editor-in-Chief The boys’ JV golf team has recently been forced to forfeit many of their matches due to a lack of players. They fail to reach the five player minimum required to play a match. The golf program as a whole has 10 players, and the varsity sometimes takes six players to […]

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Ysabella Del Rosario dances to success

Julia Waldow, Print Arts & Style Editor Like most high schoolers occupying their time with studying, extracurriculars and SAT preparation, junior Ysabella Del Rosario looks for a way to release the tension of the school day. To this ambitious student, dance provides the perfect therapy. Del Rosario’s interest in dance piqued when she saw her […]

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The Shahs of Sunset creates massive upheaval

Parmis Sahrapima, Web Co-Editor-in-Chief “The Shahs of Sunset,” which airs every Sunday on Bravo TV, has raised many strong reactions against the show and the foul messages that it releases. Even though the show is meant to reference the lives of the majority of the Iranian-American population in Beverly Hills, many Iranian-Americans and non-Iranians  have […]

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Julia Waldow to confront policymakers on bullying

Pasha Farmanara, Web Editor-in-Chief Julia Waldow is one of ten students who were selected to take part in a student legislative su­­mmit on April 11 in Sacramento, Calif. Contestants were asked to write an essay about how to stop bullying, and write the essay as if they were a legislator. In order to be picked, […]

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