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ASB enacts new election procedures

As seen in the Nov. 26 issue Jessica Lu, spotlight editor Associated Student Body (ASB) adviser Mark Mead has changed the way in which commissioners run for office, an action following his trend of modifying certain ASB processes. He was inspired by a combination of analysis of the ASB Constitution as well as his own […]

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JFS helps those in need for the holidays

Brenda Mehdian, staff writer Members of the Jewish Family Services Club (JFS) gathered at the City Target store in Westwood on Sunday, Nov. 16 to participate in the Adopt A Family event. Volunteering members were assigned the wishlist of a family or person in need. The items on the wishlist included basic necessities that said […]

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Highlights, Watchtower students attend National High School Journalism Convention

Dani Klemes, web editor-in-chief Photos by: Gaby Herbst, adviser Robert Katz, web editor-in-chief Arman Zadeh, print sports editor Ten students from both Highlights and Watchtower attended the National High School Journalism Convention in Boston, Mass., Nov. 14-17. The biannual convention, hosted by the National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA) and the Journalism Education Association (JEA), allowed […]

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Christian Club celebrates Veterans Day

Brenda Mehdian, staff writer The Christian Club and the Associated Student Body (ASB) gave students the chance the write letters to veterans on the front lawn during lunch on the day following Veterans Day, Tuesday, Nov. 12.  “We really wanted to be able to support all of the veterans who have served our country so […]

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Normans for Israel raise awareness for Israel

Audrey Park, staff writer Normans for Israel participated in an event to raise awareness for Israel on Sunday, Nov. 10 at the Century Plaza in Los Angeles. The event, which was organized by the Los Angeles region MZ Teen interns of an Israel advocacy organization known as StandWithUs, consisted of several guest speakers such as […]

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Tinker to Today

Mabel Kabani, editor-in-chief “My math teacher sent me down to the office with a pink slip. I was so scared and so nervous; I was such a shy student,” Mary Beth Tinker, a former Supreme Court plaintiff, said. “My advisor told me that I had to take off my armband. I did, but I was […]

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Culinary arts program hosts open house

Eunice Kim, staff writer The culinary arts program, taught by chef Rick Leece, is hosting an open house this Thursday, Nov. 14. Students will be cooking and showing their parents and friends what they’ve learned in the program. “[For this year’s open house] we’ll have a live action pasta station which the students will be […]

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Minnesingers to carol to fundraise for school trip

As seen in the Nov. 8 issue Brenda Mehdian, staff writer Madrigals will carol throughout the streets of Beverly Hills during the month of December in order to fundraise for their competition in Chicago with the Worldstrides Heritage Festival, during which they will compete against other high schools from around the world. “Caroling is a […]

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Inspired by late mother, Johnson raps to self-express

As seen in the Nov. 8 issue Zoe Kenealy, staff writer Before his mother passed away, senior Chris Johnson promised her that he would do great things with his life. On top of taking many AP classes and being the wide-receiver on the varsity football team, Johnson makes music for his peers and Soundcloud followers […]

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Rubenstein offers technology help for teachers

Eunice Kim, staff writer Tech Talks, created by English teacher Dr. Steven Rubenstein, were designed for faculty members to learn about technology and to broaden their skills. Rubenstein started his Tech Talks when he became Tech TOSA (teacher on special assignment). Rubenstein was given a technology classroom by PTSA which is located in the science […]

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