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BHPD officer collides with Simi Valley home

 Robert Katz, Assistant Editor Jeffrey Sweet, a Beverly Hills Police Department (BHPD) officer, was arrested in Simi Valley after failing to turn a curve at Blackstone Avenue and colliding with a home on Royal Avenue, on Tuesday night, Sept. 4. According to a press release issued by the Simi Valley Police Department, Sweet, off duty […]

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Highlights website rated First Class by NSPA

In only its first year of publication, beverlyhighlights.com was recognized as a First Class website by the National Scholastic Press Association. The site was also granted two marks of distinction in Coverage and Content and Design and Navigation. “It’s both exciting and nerve wracking to receive this type of critique from the NSPA,” adviser Gaby […]

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Seniors take gold in Color Wars

By Julia Waldow, Print Arts & Style Editor The red-clad class of 2012 was red-hot (pun intended) during the final stage of Color Wars on Monday, June 11 from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Seniors won 50 percent of the events, including limbo, the pushup contest, dodgeball, tug of war and pushball. Sophomores snagged second place […]

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Ask an AP grader

Robert Katz, Staff Writer AP Calculus teacher Jane Wortman and AP Literature teacher Barbara Bader were questioned individually on various aspects of their experiences as AP exam graders. How many years have you been grading AP tests? Wortman: This is now my tenth year. The way they do it, after six years, you’re sort of retired […]

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Interview with Nina Revoyr

Marguerite Alberts, Staff Writer Author Nina Revoyr came to Beverly on Tuesday, June 6 in order to take part in the Hero Project, hosted by English teacher Julie Goler. Highlights sat down with Revoyr for an exclusive interview. Highlights: How long did it take to write the book? Revoyr: That’s a complicated question. On the […]

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Art department holds the annual art show

Kevin Park, staff writer On Monday, June 4, the art department began to hold an annual art show in collaboration with the National Art Honors Society. The art show opened with a grand ribbon cutting event in the EDC, scheduled to last until June 14. This year, the annual art show was held on campus, […]

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Color Wars: 2012

Beverly has officially began its annual Color War competition, where they pit students from each grade level against each other in various competitions for the entertainment of others. Different events will be held every day of this week. Monday: On Monday, June 4,  students participated in the Frozen T- Shirt Competition and Water Balloon Toss. […]

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Is Tiger Woods back for good?

Pasha Farmanara, Web Editor-in-Chief On Sunday, June 3, Tiger Woods won the Memorial Tournament, finishing at 9-under-par, 2 strokes ahead of second place finishers Rory Sabbatini and Andres Romero.Woods began his day two shots behind leader Spencer Levin. After seven holes, Woods found himself 4-under-par for the day, and atop of the leaderboard. Two bogies […]

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The Normans participate in blood drive

Kevin Park, staff writer On Friday, June 1, a blood drive, promoted by Associated Student Body (ASB) and sponsored by University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), was held on campus, having 185 student and teacher participants.“On today’s blood drive, UCLA provided us an amazing opportunity to have a blood drive by providing us with delicate […]

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French department hosts Cabaret

Marguerite Alberts, Staff Writer On Thursday night, the French department held the annual Cabaret celebration in the cafeteria, complete with dancing, singing, acting and reciting poetry. As the French colored streamers shimmered in the background, twenty-two students performed over the course of the night. The program was divided into two segments. The first half of […]

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