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High expectations for Winter Formal

Lucas Harward, staff writer Winter Formal is right around the corner, accompanied by a post-finals’ sigh of relief. Formal will be held at the Playhouse Nightclub in Hollywood on Dec. 18 from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. ASB members, including ASB secretary Mazal Sarafian, are especially excited about the potential for this year’s venue. “A […]

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ROP night provides insight for parents

Lolita Gorbacheva, staff writer ROP director Cindy Dubin will host an event to highlight the technical education teachers and classes, hoping to foster parental support for these important offerings and clubs tonight, Dec. 4. “Communicating directly with our parents is critical right now in the face of the potential and major funding challenges that our […]

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MorTorq meeting inspires next generation of robotics

Lolita Gorbacheva, staff writer Eleanor Bogart-Stuart, staff writer The MorTorq robotics team met with middle school students to spark interest in the Robotics program at Beverly on Monday. The team designed this event to give middle school students a sneak peek at high school life and what a higher level Robotics class entails. “We’re trying to […]

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Teacher inspires kindness on campus

Karen Shilyan, business manager English teacher Krisha Deaver takes on a leadership role on campus by reinstating “Kindness Week.” This is the second year that Deaver has implemented the grass roots movement. While it began as a positive thing her English classes could do for their peers, it has become much more. Deaver’s goals for […]

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Fundraising for annual trip to Albion Street

Karen Shilyan, business manager Every December, students, with the help and guidance of Service Learning, collaborate to collect funding to give gifts to sister school Albion Street Elementary School. Often these gifts are the only ones that the students receive for the holiday season. Donations from the PTSA, students, or personal donors such as Beverly […]

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MUN participates in the BruinMUN conference

Lolita Gorbacheva, staff writer Model United Nations attended the BruinMUN Conference on November 8 and 9. Students competing were awarded several awards. Over 1000 students attended from 70 different schools in four different countries. Model UN and NHS advisor Malia Frutschy stated that it was the biggest delegation ever. After two days of negotiating with […]

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Highlights, Watchtower participate in Washington D.C. conference

Members of Highlights and Watchtower travelled to Washington D.C. last week to attend the JEA/NSPA Fall National High School Journalism Convention. Highlights members Jackson Prince, Amanda Christovich, Sadie Hersh and Juliette Deutsch, as well as Watchtower staff writer Andrea Di Battista, were accompanied by adviser Gaby Herbst on the five-day trip. Wednesday  The group arrived […]

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New ROP course prepares students for music entertainment industry

Lucas Harward, staff writer Audio Production is a new ROP class that teaches students how to write, create, engineer, mix and master music using different types of hardware and software. The class, taught by Alex Breitman, is a stepping stone for students who are interested in entering the music entertainment industry and is worth credit. […]

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Artificial flashlights

Ben Shofet, graphics editor For iPhones and Androids alike, there are the apps that collect so much of our personal information blantaly, like Facebook and Twitter. However, there is one type of apps that steal much more information, without the knowledge of their 500 users. “We’ve all become victims of installing many apps on our smartphones […]

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Upcoming election brings attention to lack of student participation in politics

Amanda Christovich, staff writer Eleanor Bogart-Stuart, staff writer Today, Nov. 4, many eligible voters of Beverly Hills and beyond will sport their patriotic “I Voted!” stickers after participating in the 2014 election. However, many young voters will choose not to make themselves heard in this election. Students are currently the most underrepresented voting population. According […]

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