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Make your own burger at The Counter

Kevin Park, staff writer Century City Mall is surely one of the most popular places for students to hang out for shopping, movies and food. It has various stores from fashion to electronics, one of the best theater experiences in Los Angeles and, of course, a variety of cuisines available in numerous restaurants. One of […]

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Students prepare for ROP competition

Mabel Kabani, news editor Five students have been nominated from the Beverly Hills Unified School District (BHUSD), to compete in the Regional Occupational Program (ROP) outstanding student competition on Wednesday, March 6 in Downey, Calif. Twenty-five students were selected by their ROP teachers from various courses, and Megen Anspach, ROP Counselor, aided in narrowing the […]

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SAT stress

Celine Hakimianpour, staff writer “Perfect Imperfection” is the debut album of 31-year-old artist Sean Forbes. When first approaching this album it was thrilling to listen to the story of a deaf man overcoming his obstacle to achieve his dreams after constantly being put down. Forbes lost his sense of hearing at the age of one […]

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Girls water polo continues to struggle

Oliver Gallop, graphics editor The girls varsity water polo team has not exactly had the start to the season that it was looking for. After five seniors graduated last year and three quit the team due to various reasons, the squad was forced to recruit younger talent. Sophomores and freshmen often find playing time during […]

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Local market helps ASB

Brenda Mehdian, staff writer Students and the community were able to help ASB on Sunday, Feb 3, by shopping at the Beverly Hills Market and Deli. By printing out the flyer that was available on the Facebook page of the event, students were able to help ASB raise money. For each student who presented the […]

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A Student’s Guide to College Interviews

Benjamin Hannani, print spotlight editor Among the many components of the college admissions process is the (often optional) admissions interview. If you are interested in college interviews, look into your schools’ interview policies. Certain colleges, such as those in the University of California (UC) system, do not conduct admissions interviews. Some schools openly post their […]

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December box office results weed out winners and losers

Max Stahl, staff writer This article is a follow-up to the article A Preview of December’s New Releases   The Hobbit First Weekend: $84,617,303 Gross (as of 12/29): $600,508,000 Budget*: $180,000,000 Rotten Tomatoes: 65%. Max’s Rating**: “The Hobbit,” despite not wowing the critics, managed to pull in an incredible profit and draw the largest opening […]

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Robotics volunteers at McDonald House

Marguerite Alberts, staff writer The Robotics team volunteered at the Ronald McDonald House on Fountain Avenue, keeping up an annual team tradition that was started six years ago, on Friday, Dec. 7. Approximately 20 Robotics students, most of whom were on the business team and had experience with children, were chosen to attend. The Los […]

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Library hosts book sale

Brenda Mehdian, staff writer The Lili and Jon Bosse Library is selling books at the annual Winter Book Sale. Books and other goods have been available for purchase from Monday, Dec. 10 through Friday, Dec. 14. The Winter Book Sale provides students with literature  appropriate for all reading levels. New and used paperbacks, hardcovers, audio […]

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Fire alarm perpetrator arrested

Two false fire alarms sounded through the halls and classrooms today. According to an email sent by Vice Principal Kelly Tabis, the student who pulled the false alarms was caught and arrested.

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