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Model UN tackles Northwestern University conference Broadcast news takes third place at Skills USA SLIDESHOW: Career Day inspires Normans Beats by Beverly: Students make music Color Wars enjoys improved turnout

Model UN tackles Northwestern University conference

Lucas Harward, staff writer Model UN traveled to Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, over spring break to take part in a nationwide conference. Over 52 schools from across the country competed. The members of the club who made the trip, which lasted for three days, along with club advisor Malia Frutschy were freshman Tessa Rudolph, […]

Broadcast news takes third place at Skills USA

Juliette Deutsch, co-editor-in-chief This past weekend, 13 CTE students and faculty attended the Skills USA competition in San Diego and competed against 1900 students from across California. Beverly students competed in the categories of Digital Cinema, Broadcast Journalism and Culinary Arts. Senior Ashley Griffin, juniors Molly Hersh, Eric Ross and Rachel Gilbert all received third […]

SLIDESHOW: Career Day inspires Normans

Jackson Prince, co-editor-in-chief Sadie Hersh, photo editor Beverly Hills High School hosted its annual ROP-run Career Day.  Featuring over 120 prominent and active guests from over 80 fields, the day was highlighted by a keynote speech from Congressman Ted Lieu.  Here’s a slideshow of the day’s action. Like this:Like Loading...

Beats by Beverly: Students make music

Jackson Prince, co-editor-in-cheif  Marty Schnapp, news editor  Sadie Hersh, photo editor Veronica Pahomova, cartoonist Ben Shofet, graphics editor Here are five Beverly students who write, record and produce original music. Edan Lipkin, 12 Max Newman, 12         Cole Plante, 12         James Dohm, 11         Daisy […]

Color Wars enjoys improved turnout

Lucas Harward, staff writer The annual Color Wars, hosted and planned by ASB, occurred on March 24 in the Swim Gym. This year, the seniors came out on top. The event was comprised of various games, from limbo to balloon stomp to pushball. The objective of all four grades was to win the most games and […]

Track and field enters new season, takes on new goals

26 March 2015

Jamie Kim, cub writer Like all spring sports, track and field has only just begun, but as head coach Dwayne Washington put it, the team shows a lot of promise. According to Simon Langer’s website following the track and field team, there are many athletes that stand out, including junior boys varsity sprinter Raehaan Poonja […]

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AcaDeca places at Sacramento

AcaDeca places at Sacramento

25 March 2015

Ben Shofet, graphics editor  In their final competition of the year, the Academic Decathlon team (AcaDeca) placed in sixth in the state of California and 11th in the nation at the Sacramento state finals on March 17. The team’s score of 51,511 was second-best in Beverly’s history. The AcaDeca team placed both nationally and regionally […]

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BHMUN participates in Gahr competition

25 March 2015

Guy Ginsberg sports editor Beverly Hills Model United Nations (BHMUN) participated at a competition at Gahr High School on Saturday, March 21, where they competed against 15 other schools. Junior Mishelle Arakelian and freshman Jonathan Artal both received an award of Outstanding; and sophomore’s Yunchao Zhang, Max Yera, Jordan Grode, Hwanhee Choi and Nicole Mashoudy […]

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Holi Hungama 2015 illustrates arrival of spring

25 March 2015

Lauren Hannani cub writer Nirav Desai cub writer Tossing colors into the air while Indian songs blare in the background, people gather together to dance and sing for Holi, the Hindu festival of colors. The celebration made its way to Southern California on Sunday, March 15. The event, titled Holi Hungama 2015, created a local […]

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Tse runs L.A. Marathon

24 March 2015

Marty Schnapp news editor Special education teacher and BHEA President Telly Tse ran the L.A. Marathon on March 15. He draws most of his inspiration to run from his students, friends, colleagues and family members who have overcome obstacles to achieve success. “I run to honor all these people in my life,” Tse said. However, […]

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Q&A with Ireland Hamner: radical punk feminist

21 March 2015

This article is the first installment of Highlight’s new column: Feature of the Week, where we randomly choose one Beverly student once a week and feature them. Guy Ginsberg, sports editor Most people couldn’t describe themselves as radical punk feminists, but 11th grader Ireland Hamner is not most people. Highlights: What are you passionate about? […]

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Volleyball defeats Lawndale in three

20 March 2015

Celine Rezvani, staff writer Boys varsity volleyball was victorious over Lawndale on Thursday, March 19, clinching the victory after the first three games. The scores after the first three games were 25-5, 25-15 and 25-9. Though the Beverly team expected to win, senior Ibraaheem Agaba is proud of his team’s ability to show their dominance. […]

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Annual College Connections Fair previews college options

19 March 2015

Celine Rezvani, staff writer The annual BHHS College Connections Fair will take place Monday, March 23 in the cafeteria from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Students do not need to RSVP for the event; they are only required to bring their Beverly IDs. Representatives from over 70 colleges will be in attendance, from both private […]

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Boys tennis serves Harvard-Westlake loss

18 March 2015

Jackson Prince, co-editor-in-chief The boys varsity tennis team defeated Harvard-Westlake, 12-6, in “dominating” fashion, according to senior Lucas Harward. “We had clinched the match by the end of the second round,” he said. “We won each of the first two rounds 5-1, which gave us 10 overall points to have already won it all by […]

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TUCH club brings students together at lunch

18 March 2015

Sadie Hersh, photo editor For kids who might not know where to sit at lunch, or are overwhelmed with all the possible places to sit, TUCH is a club with the purpose to eliminate this problem. Teens Unite for Cultural Harmony meets at lunch on special occasions, like Valentine’s Day or St. Patrick’s Day, to […]

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