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Softball wins first league game 20-0

Jessica Lu, staff writer Girls softball played Morningside Tuesday, April 9, pulling a 20-0 victory. The win gives  the girls a 1-0 record in league. The team felt that the game opened nicely with center field Elena Rust scoring a home run in the first inning. “That was the best start you could have [to […]

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Full Q & A with Suits actor Gabriel Macht ’90

Now the star of the USA Network’s critically-acclaimed “Suits,” class of ‘90 alumnus Gabriel Macht once strolled the hallowed halls of Beverly. During high school, Macht was highly involved with the school’s performing arts program and recalls acting under the tutelage of longtime theatre teacher Joel Pressman. In an exclusive interview with Highlights, Macht reflects […]

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Edible Books Festival Slideshow

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Austin Mahone: the next Justin Bieber?

Ryan Feinberg, staff writer With six million views on his hit music video “Say You’re Just a Friend” featuring Flo Rida, Austin Mahone is believed by some (ie. Huffington Post) to be on the road to stardom. “Say You’re Just a Friend” has all the components of a commercially successful pop record: a catchy melody, […]

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Classes uniquely prepare for WASC visit

Marguerite Alberts, assistant to the graphics editor With the upcoming WASC visit quickly approaching, many classes are making preparations and changes to make sure that the WASC representatives see Beverly at its finest. While some might be as subtle as a change in schedule, others are more obvious, like teachers rearranging their classrooms. Two classes […]

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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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