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Gymnast flips to dancing

Keith Stone co-editor-in-chief Very few student-athletes go through senior year with little to no stress having already committed to college for a sport. This usually removes many pressures of senior year and the difficult process of college applications. Senior Tia Lumer gave up this potential easy-in to college to follow her passion for dance and […]

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Slideshow: Homecoming 2016

Vivian Geilim, opinion editor ASB rose above the construction in order to create a spirited Homecoming. The pep rally took place on the football field during period 4, followed by the carnival-themed tailgate tailgate to warm the crowd up for the big game against Hawthorne where Beverly lost 41-0.

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New theater director brings varied passions

Jamie Kim news editor Due to her love of surfing, she moved to Costa Rica for its tropical environment. But, due to her love of theater and teaching, she landed back in the United States, specifically the Salter Family Theater. New theater director Karen Chandler brings her passion for art and the performing arts. She […]

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Cohen brothers sprint to success

Keith Stone co-editor-in-chief The boys varsity cross-country team has been incredibly successful within the last year, winning league undefeated last year, and could possibly be on its way to winning league this year. Two brothers, Jason and Johnny Cohen, contributed to the team’s success. Jason and Johnny are both seniors and have been on the team […]

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Budget Breakdown

Article by: Ben Dahan Staff Writer Infographics by: Jason Harward Staff Writer The Beverly Hills Unified School District Board of Education adopted the budget for the 2016-17 fiscal year, on June 28, projecting a $2.85 million dollar deficit. However, that is the adopted budget based entirely on estimates of the expenditure and revenue for the year. According […]

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Embrace Your Beauty Mark/Active Minds Club promotes importance of mental health

Lauren Hannani staff writer Stress and anxiety can be common for students stuck in a strenuous work routine. However, the Embrace Your Beauty Mark/Active Minds Club hopes to lessen or prevent this struggle from occurring during the school year by boosting students’ mental health. After experiencing her own struggles in school, club president Rebecca Meshkani […]

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New leader of BSU sets new goals

Eleanor Bogart-Stuart culture editor Leadership of the Black Student Union, better known as BSU, is switching hands. Now that last year’s president Kenya James has graduated and is currently attending Clark Atlanta University, senior Tess Reinhardt has taken the reigns. “I established a relationship with Kenya last year and we both collaborated ideas for the […]

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Cross-country runner breaks personal record

Rinesa Kabashi staff writer Boys varsity cross-country placed third in the small schools division for the three-mile Great Cow Run located in Cerritos Regional Park on Sept. 1. The races were combined between large, medium and small schools. With nearly 300 runners taking part in each race, boys varsity placed 12th as a team out […]

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Q&A with ballerina Matisse Love

Lauren Hannani staff writer When junior Matisse Love left California to attend one of the oldest and competitive ballet schools in Moscow, Russia, the transition from sunny Beverly Hills to snowy Moscow took some time to get used to. Now, four months later, Love is leaping toward the central spotlight of the stage. Highlights: How […]

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Thank you, goodbye, good luck

Leonard Mitchell Max Yera staff writer The math department will lose a familiar face next fall as geometry and algebra teacher Leonard Mitchell will retire after 41 years of teaching, with the final 33 of those years at Beverly. “It was a very difficult decision for me, probably the hardest one I ever had to […]

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