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Theater Arts Workshop performs Model UN attends annual UCLA conference Second annual Science and Engineering Fair fires up in EDC Boys water polo CIF run ends in quarterfinals District continues to power through construction process
 

Theater Arts Workshop performs ‘Almost, Maine’

Catherine Gagulashvili calendar manager “Almost, Maine,” a performance put on by the Theater Arts Workshop (TAW) Acting Emphasis Class, is a beautifully directed array of romantic comedy scenes and vignettes. Taking place in a small, starry, fictional town of Almost, Maine, the story unfolds, presenting several unique stories, all lingering on the promise and pain of […]

Model UN attends annual UCLA conference

Lauren Hannani culture editor The Model United Nations (MUN) team brought home several awards this past weekend after participating in UCLA’s annual BruinMUN conference. Freshmen Maya Mejia and Aasha Sendhil won an Honorable Mention, while freshman Alya Mehrtash and sophomore Michaela Forouzan took home Outstanding. However, for Mejia, the most fulfilling part was not winning […]

Second annual Science and Engineering Fair fires up in EDC

Desiree Gonzalez staff writer In celebration of science and students’ passion for the subject, the Beverly Hills Education Foundation sponsored the annual Science and Engineering Fair in the EDC on Wednesday, Nov. 8, where students were required to develop a scientific question, run experiments and create a board that summarized their work. After judges interacted with […]

Boys water polo CIF run ends in quarterfinals

Jamie Kim co-editor-in-chief During the quarterfinal match against Valley View High School on Saturday, Nov. 4, the boys varsity water polo team lost 15-10, losing its bid for semifinals of CIF-SS DIvision 7 Boys Water Polo Championships. “It was a tough loss for us but every player gave it their all, and there was nothing […]

District continues to power through construction process

Ben Dahan news editor Lauren Hannani culture editor Students may be wondering why they are still sitting in bungalow classrooms while the school’s buildings supposedly are under construction but remain hollow and unconstructed. However, progress in construction has been happening behind the scenes, even though the changes are not yet physically noticeable. Over this last […]

Josh Glass supports sister-in-law’s ventures in American Idol

21 May 2012

Adam Rosenberg-Wolf, Cub Writer Josh Glass, algebra and statistics teacher, recently had his sister-in-law, musician Jen Hirsh, sing on reality singing competition American Idol. “We were incredibly supportive of Jen being on American Idol,” Glass enthusiastically said. Hirsch unfortunately got kicked off the show as a semifinalist. “There was a bad vibe in the class […]

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Under the Spanish sun

19 May 2012

Sheila Farzani, Cub Writer Everyone has wondered what the secrets to happiness are in life. In a land of intricate, old architecture and people relaxing in parks blooming with greenery, the answers may appear. Spanish teacher Hayley Westhoff’s experiences in Spain brought her self-discovery about her passion for teaching and the simple joys of life. […]

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Music video fails to do justice for “Call Me Maybe”

18 May 2012

Parmis Sahrapima, Web Co-Editor-in-Chief Carly Rae Jepsen, a Canadian artist and singer-songwriter, released her viral song “Call Me Maybe” through 604 Records on Sept. 20, 2011. After the song attracted international attention, Jepsen was signed to Schoolboy Records and released her single in the United States. Produced by John Ramsay, “Call Me Maybe” is an […]

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Private Second Class Leo Lee shares his experience in First City Rifle Corps

17 May 2012

Kevin Park, staff writer Private Second Class Leo Lee wants to share his experience of airborne unit in First City Rifle Corps (FCRC), hoping to inspire more students who are interested in military career. FCRC, which Lee has been participating in for eight months, is an organization that provides an extensive opportunity to students to experience what […]

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Chipotle creates confusing new store

17 May 2012

Zachary Fouladian, Staff Writer Chipotle is a popular destination for Beverly students. Start walking east from the school on Gregory or Charleville, and a hop, skip and a jump later you’ve hit Beverly Drive, home to an ever-changing population of stores but an ever-present Chipotle. And that’s part of Chipotle’s allure: even if you don’t […]

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Governor Brown’s budget proposal threatens sharp education cuts

16 May 2012

Robert Katz, Staff Writer On Monday, Jan. 14, Governor Jerry Brown proposed a collection of budget cuts dealing with the state’s swollen deficit, which has reached $15.7 billion, an unfortunate far cry from the $9.2 billion estimated by the state in January. This will, naturally, lead to more severe cuts to healthcare, welfare and salary […]

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KIIS FM hosts annual Wango Tango

16 May 2012

Michelle Banyan, Staff Writer On May 12, KIIS-FM held the 15th annual Wango Tango at The Home Depot Center in Carson, CA.  With people from all over California flooding into the arena to listen to their favorite artists, The Home Depot Center served as unique concert setting. “The atmosphere was unbelievable.  It was crazily crowded […]

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Stay clear of the Gonzo

15 May 2012

When good intentions meet terrible acting and poor plot “Beware the Gonzo” is the result. In the film, Eddie “Gonzo” Gilman, played by Ezra Miller is an ambitious high school student who hopes to reveal the evils of his school, Parker Prep, to the lesser known students of the school. The first issue with this […]

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Bushee’s life around the world

15 May 2012

Staying in many different states offers many opportunities and ideas. This is what happened to chemistry teacher, Christopher Bushee. Bushee was born in Cleveland, but moved to San Francisco for three years.  After that, the Bushees moved to Erlanger, KT, where his parents raised him and his younger brother. He said that he had a good […]

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Top 5 Korean BBQ Restaurants

14 May 2012

Pasha Farmanara, Web Co-Editor-in-Chief Korean Barbecue is a type of cuisine in which the diner cooks their own food. Every table is equipped with a hotplate, and they can order the meat of their choice. Los Angeles is full of Korean Barbecue restaurants, especially in Korea Town. I set out on a voyage to find […]

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    1* Girl Up Women\'s Shelter Drive all day
* Albion Street Fundraising all day
* Hamilton NY College Workshop at 8:00 am
* UCSC College Workshop at 9:00 am
* Hofstra College Workshop at 10:10 am
2* Early Dismissal all day
* Girl Up Women\'s Shelter Drive all day
* Albion Street Fundraising all day
* Occidental College Workshop at 8:50 am
* SCIA College Workshop at 9:45 am
3* Girl Up Women\'s Shelter Drive all day
* Albion Street Fundraising all day
* DePauw College Workshop at 10:10 am
* CAU College Workshop at 11:15 am
* UNH Durham College Workshop at 12:15 pm
* Varsity Football League Game at 7:00 pm
4* Albion Street Fundraising all day
5* Albion Street Fundraising all day
6* Albion Street Fundraising all day
* Girls lacrosse tryouts at 3:00 pm
* Boys golf tryouts at 3:00 pm
7* Albion Street Fundraising all day
* Sacred Heart College Workshop at 8:00 am
* Ohio State College Workshop at 2:00 pm
* Boys lacrosse tryouts at 3:15 pm
* College Guidance Night at 6:30 pm
8* Albion Street Fundraising all day
* U of Tampa College Workshop at 12:15 pm
* Boys volleyball tryouts at 3:00 pm
* Boys tennis tryouts at 3:15 pm
* Boys lacrosse tryouts at 3:15 pm
* Swim team tryouts at 3:40 pm
9* Albion Street Fundraising all day
* Girls lacrosse tryouts at 3:00 pm
* Boys tennis tryouts at 3:15 pm
10* Cross Country Playoffs all day
* Albion Street Fundraising all day
* Veteran\'s Day: No School all day
11* Albion Street Fundraising all day
12* Albion Street Fundraising all day
13* Track & Field tryouts all day
* Albion Street Fundraising all day
14* Albion Street Fundraising all day
* Track & Field tryouts all day
* Baseball tryouts at 3:00 pm
15* Albion Street Fundraising all day
* Track & Field tryouts all day
* Baseball tryouts at 3:00 pm
16* Senior Panormaic all day
* Early Dismissal all day
* Albion Street Fundraising all day
* Winter Play-Almost Maine all day
* Baseball tryouts at 1:15 pm
17* Albion Street Fundraising all day
* Winter Play-Almost Maine all day
18* Cross Country Playoffs all day
* Winter Play-Almost Maine all day
19* Winter Play-Almost Maine all day
20* Winter Play-Almost Maine all day
* Girls waterpolo game at 3:00 pm
* Girls soccer scrimmage at 3:00 pm
21* Girls Basketball Tournament all day
* Girls waterpolo game at 3:00 pm
* Boys soccer scrimmage at 3:00 pm
22* Girls Basketball Tournament all day
23* Girls Basketball Tournament all day
* Thanksgiving Break all day
24* Girls Basketball Tournament all day
* Thanksgiving Break all day
25* Girls Basketball Tournament all day
* Cross Country Playoffs all day
26* Bill Nye Speakers Series all day
27* Boys Basketball Tournament all day
* Girls Basketball Tournament all day
* Boys soccer non-league game at 3:00 pm
28* Boys Basketball Tournament all day
* Girls Basketball Tournament all day
* Boys soccer non-league game at 3:00 pm
* Girls soccer non-league game at 3:00 pm
29* Boys Basketball Tournament all day
* Wrestling Tournament at 3:00 pm
30* Girls Basketball Tournament all day
* Boys Basketball Tournament all day
* Early Dismissal all day
* Girls soccer non-league game at 5:00 pm
     

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