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Performing Arts Department Present “Spamalot”

Evan Minniti, staff writer   The drama and music classes will be performing the Medieval-themed comedy “Spamalot”, a surreal parody of Arthurian Mythology, this Friday, March 4 in the Salter Theatre. The play itself was adapted from the 1975 cult classic “Monty Python and the Holy Grail” by former Python member Eric Idle (who actually […]

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Hair goes a long way

Vivian Geilm photo editor Guy Ginsberg co-editor-in-cheif On Thursday, Feb. 25 Service Learning teamed up with Pantene Beautiful Lengths and Locks of Love to put together the annual Hair Donation event on the front lawn. 26 students donated eight inches of hair each totaling to 208 inches. “I think [the turnout] was really good. Last year we […]

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PSA: Gel and glitter burn quicker

Keith Stone staff writer Recently, there has been a massive upswing in the popularity of phone cases that have sparkles and glitter that move around in gel. Walk through the halls of Beverly, and all around people are tilting phones left and right, up and down, to watch shapes move around on the back of […]

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Madrigals try out a cappella singing: Prepare for performance

Vivian Geilim staff writer From choir music to modern ballads, the Madrigals have sung it all. However, with the new year comes the time for a new style of music. On Wednesday, Jan. 27, Madrigals welcomes their audience to a cappella singing. “I’m super excited for the show. It’s really cool that Madrigals allows us to […]

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Band marches through London in New Years Parade

Eleanor Bogart-Stuart staff writer The marching band is best known for its appearances at football games, pep rallies and other special events in the community. This past winter break, the marching band marched to a different tune halfway across the world in the streets of London for the annual New Year’s Day Parade. Band members […]

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“Chicago Med” delivers reliable, dramatic medical drama

Juliette Deutsch, co-editor-in-chief “Chicago Med”, the newest addition to Dick Wolf’s Chicago based shows (“Chicago Fire” and “Chicago P.D.”) premiered Nov.17 on NBC. If you expected the third series that Wolf has set in the windy city to be any different from its predecessors, think again. “Chicago Med” is exactly what you expect it to […]

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Bieber acknowledges past mistakes in Purpose, feels ‘Sorry’ for them

Natasha Dardashti staff writer In a world where the media has been gushing about his three year hiatus, 2014 arrest reports, Jelena and more, it’s hard to not formulate an opinion on the Biebs. Everywhere you lay your eyes, there seems to be dating rumors or dissing rumors about Justin Bieber and it’s been that […]

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Beverly Hills 2015 Lighting Ceremony

Veronica Pahomova cartoonist Between Santa Monica and the Wilshire Boulevards hung 16Baccarat chandeliers alongside 42 iridescent palm trees as hundreds of Beverly Hills residents came to celebrate the beginning of the holiday season, all while enjoying the Christmas tunes of the Beverly Hills High School Marching Band. Around a thousand lights lit up Rodeo Drive, […]

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Why ‘South Park’ is the funniest, smartest show on television

Max Yera staff writer Well into its 19th season, “South Park” has obtained the reputation of being a satirical, rather crass cartoon series that often tests the boundaries of irreverence. The style has undoubtedly brought the television series massive success and thus a review of the show once again proclaiming its excellence seems rather ridiculous. Nevertheless, […]

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Girls varsity volleyball falls to Culver City

Isaiah Freedman staff writer Girls varsity volleyball lost 16-25, 10-25 and 10-25 to Culver City on Tuesday, Nov. 3. In addition, it was senior night for those seniors on the team. Senior captain HaRim Lee is proud of her fellow teammates for their perseverance against Culver. “It was a great effort by all the teammates and an […]

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