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Interact participates in local float construction

As seen in the Dec. 16 print edition Brenda Mehdian, staff writer The Interact Club will be volunteering alongside fellow community members to decorate The City of Beverly Hills Rose Parade Float, which will be featured in the 125th Tournament of Roses Parade on Wednesday, Jan. 1 in Pasadena, Calif. This year’s theme for the […]

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Special ed director Parker to leave at start of next year

As seen in the Dec. 16 print edition Audrey Park, staff writer The Beverly Hills Special Education Director Dina Parker will be resigning at the start of 2014 after her three years of working at the Beverly Hills Unified School District. According to Parker, the position in the Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District was “too […]

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Without permit students, how has Beverly changed?

As seen in the Dec. 16 print edition Braden Bochner, staff writer Audrey Park, staff writer As of September 2010, Beverly Hills Unified School District (BHUSD) halted the continuation of the Diversity Permit Program, an agreement with the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), that allowed an allotted number of out-of district ninth graders to […]

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Formal dance to go down at Confidential

As seen in the Dec. 16 print edition Jessica Lu, spotlight editor For the first time, Winter Formal is confidential, that is, at Confidential LA on Beverly Drive on Thursday, Dec. 19. Associated Student Body (ASB) President Leili Hashemi teamed up with fellow ASB representatives and Assistant Principal Amy Golden to choose a new venue […]

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ASB election votes in junior president, others

As seen in the Dec. 16 print edition Mabel Kabani, print editor-in-chief Though campaigning had started weeks in advance, the polls to vote for ASB (Associated Student Body) spring elections opened on Tuesday, Dec. 10 and ended Thursday, Dec. 13. Unlike in previous years, voting took place on Juno, rather than the eduBallot. “Voting on […]

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ASB hosts annual winter blood drive

Eunice Kim, staff writer As finals and winter break approach, the annual winter blood drive, hosted by UCLA, came once again. The blood drive took place in cafeteria on Dec. 5 from 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. According to the email that was sent out, the “representatives from the UCLA Medical Center are desperate for […]

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Madrigals, Fritz Coleman deck the halls at The Grove

Last Friday, Dec. 6, The Madrigals caroled at The Grove during the Channel 4 local weather report with Fritz Coleman. The Madrigals, along with Minnesingers and concert choir, will perform in the annual Winter Concert on Wednesday, Dec. 11 at 7 p.m. Choir Director Ethan Smith has planned a varied collection of holiday favorites, Beverly […]

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ASB releases spring candidate information

As the spring semester approaches, students in the Associated Student Body (ASB) prepare for the election process. Click on the links below to read about the candidates. Head Row Candidates Senior Row Candidates Junior Row Candidates Sophomore Row Candidates Freshman Row Candidates

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Hiatt releases latest book in series

Michelle Banayan, news editor “For years I’ve been thinking we needed a different mythology book; and since we couldn’t find one, I thought I’d write one,” English teacher Bill Hiatt said. With that in mind, Hiatt came up with the plot for his latest series, whose most recent book, Divided Against Yourselves, was just published […]

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Hawthorne implements iPad program

As seen in the Nov. 26 issue Dani Klemes, web editor-in-chief After writing and submitting a proposal to the school board, Hawthorne was chosen as the pilot school for the iPad program beginning this year, which features a one-on-one implementation of iPads in selected elementary classrooms. Hawthorne, which has had shared iPads on campus for […]

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