Archive | News

First-year Science Olympiad team enjoys early success

Guy Ginsberg co-editor-in-chief The Science Olympiad Team won four medals at their first ever invitational competition at Polytechnic High School in Pasadena on Saturday, Jan. 30. The team, which was split into various groups during competition, won first place in ‘Experimental Design,’ second place in ‘Game On,’ second place in ‘Green Generation,’ and third place […]

Read the full story

Posted in News0 Comments

Talent and creativity show off at second annual Coffeehouse

Jason Harward, graphics editor Keith Stone, staff writer The Vocal Music Department’s second annual Coffeehouse showed off some of Beverly’s talented singers and songwriters, while also managing to differentiate itself from a “normal” production. The event, which took place on Thursday, Feb. 18, flipped the Salter Theatre and allowed the audience to relax and enjoy […]

Read the full story

Posted in News0 Comments

Madrigals among selected choirs to perform at USC

Jamie Kim staff writer Donned in their black gowns and suits, the Madrigals were one of five choirs chosen to perform at a festival at the University of Southern California (USC) on Saturday, Feb. 20. The day consisted of performing in one of USC’s theaters and hearing other choirs sing. The event, which spanned from […]

Read the full story

Posted in News0 Comments

Wish Week raises over $5,000 for Make-A-Wish Foundation

Nirav Desai, staff writer Isaiah Freedman, staff writer Evan Minniti, staff writer Students participated in the first ever Wish Week during five days of events designed to raise money and awareness for the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Greater Los Angeles. The purpose of the Make-A-Wish Foundation is to grant a wish to terminally ill children. The […]

Read the full story

Posted in Carousel, Multimedia, News0 Comments

Scholastic Arts and Writing Awards recognizes 10 Normans

Nirav Desai, staff writer Ten Normans have been honored by the Scholastic Arts and Writing Awards for their work in the technical arts. The news was conveyed today by Timothy Briggs, chair of the BHHS Technical Arts Department. Sponsored by Scholastic, the Art and Writing Awards are “the nation’s longest-running, most prestigious educational initiative supporting […]

Read the full story

Posted in News0 Comments

Slideshow: Wish Week day two

Jason Harward, graphics editor During the second day of Wish Week activities, all four grades took part in an epic dodgeball tournament. In the first round, the seniors knocked off the freshmen, while the sophomores pulled off an upset against the juniors. In the championships, the seniors showed they were truly the best dodgeball team on […]

Read the full story

Posted in Carousel, Multimedia, News0 Comments

Board juggles safety, culture in debate of fencing front lawn

Jason Harward, graphics editor In lieu of multiple school shootings around the country and the overall shift to safer schools, the Board of Education proposed a fence around Beverly during their most recent board meeting on Jan. 26, 2016. Although a permanent fence could cost upwards of $400,000 and would add to the already large […]

Read the full story

Posted in Carousel, News0 Comments

AcaDeca participates at county competition

Sophia Goldberg staff writer After completing the first part of the Los Angeles County Competition, the AcaDeca competition team reflects on the opening of their competition season and looks forward to finishing the tournament next weekend. Scores will be announced for both the subjective and objective events on Feb. 11. The competition took place at […]

Read the full story

Posted in News0 Comments

National Shakespeare Competition returns, searches for school representative

Jamie Kim, staff writer The English-Speaking Union (ESU) National Shakespeare Competition, in which high school students perform works of William Shakespeare, is returning to Beverly on Friday, Feb. 5. Any student is welcome to participate, and the first round of the competition is to be held at a location to be announced at lunch. To represent […]

Read the full story

Posted in News0 Comments

A Guide to the Iowa Caucus

Nirav Desai staff writer Though the upcoming Iowa Caucus has dominated the American political limelight for the past few weeks, the quadrennial process may still remain confusing for many around the country. This article hopes to assist those who fall into this category in understanding this exciting moment in the ongoing election season. Has anything […]

Read the full story

Posted in News, Opinion/Editorial0 Comments

Page 10 of 47« First...89101112...203040...Last »
%d bloggers like this: