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MULTIMEDIA: Albion Street holiday trip, from past to present Dance teacher pursues her passion around the country Highlights sheds a new light on Thanksgiving Arguments against, for Electoral College Orchestra and Band perform at California Adventure
 

MULTIMEDIA: Albion Street holiday trip, from past to present

Sophia Goldberg Business Manager  Lauren Hannani staff writer Ben Shofet co-editor-in-chief As an annual tradition since 1927, visiting Albion Street still continues to be a highly anticipated event for many students. Although it is still unclear as to why the school began participating in this event, there might be some connection to Beverly Hills’s sister city, Cannes. However, […]

Dance teacher pursues her passion around the country

Lauren Hannani staff writer Starting ballet when she was just three years old, dance teacher Chrissie Leong has always had a strong passion for dance, whether that meant dancing in front of a huge audience or alone in her room as a source of therapy. After completing her undergraduate degree at UC Irvine, Leong went […]

Highlights sheds a new light on Thanksgiving

Family importance of Thanksgiving Isaiah Freedman sports editor Thanksgiving is a wonderful time to indulge in heavy, sleep-inducing food and warm, cozy family time around the blazing fire as the winds howl outside. (I have always thought Thanksgiving is better when it is cold outside and toasty warm inside.) But most importantly, Thanksgiving is a time […]

Arguments against, for Electoral College

CON Sam Bernstein staff writer America needs to repeal the Electoral College. Last Tuesday, Americans had an election, and citizens voted Hillary Clinton to be its next president. However, Clinton likely will not be our next president. In an outdated, unfair process, Donald Trump captured the presidency by beating Clinton 290-232 in the Electoral College. […]

Orchestra and Band perform at California Adventure

Veronica Pahomova co-editor-in-chief The Chamber Orchestra and Symphonic Band took to the streets of Disney’s California Adventure on Wednesday, Nov. 16 to perform as guests in one of the theme park’s concert halls. With their last performance being two years ago, this group of selected performers felt both honored and exhilarated for their performance and […]

Students use first amendment to protest presidential election

20 November 2016

Vivian Geilim opinion editor When the nutrition bell rang on Nov. 15, many students rushed to the second floor patio, eager to witness the assembled protest as a result of the most recent presidential election. Junior Christine Kim and friends composed a rally in order to protest the presidency of Donald J. Trump. “After Trump was […]

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Prop Recap

18 November 2016

Ben Dahan staff writer Isaiah Freedman sports editor Voters decided on a number of state propositions and local measures last week, on Nov 8. Here are the results of the most prominent measures and propositions. Measure HH: Measure HH, voted directly on by residents, did not pass. This means developer Beny Alagem will abide by […]

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Drum majors arrange new music for band

18 November 2016

Sophia Goldberg business manager Aside from the normal fight songs during a football or basketball game, the band has begun to and continues to explore other, more recent songs to play during time-outs and halftime shows. Arrangements of songs such as “Closer,” “Can’t Stop the Feeling” and “All of the Lights” have already been performed at […]

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Guest writers: Beverly Vista eighth graders share opinions

18 November 2016

Negative effect of construction site By: Hannah Sokolovsky This year at Beverly Vista a new field was installed and construction was begun. This Construction has been disrupting classes and is not good for student’s health. The debris from the construction site like cement, wood and more can be harmful to the students and teachers. Many […]

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Will Rogers Awards Gala recognizes local achievements

18 November 2016

Priscilla Hopper staff writer The Will Rogers Awards Gala was hosted at the Montage Hotel in Beverly Hills on Nov. 9, 2016. Nominees and spectators walked the red carpet to make an appearance before entering the dinner and awards show. Will Rogers was a respected writer, actor and social commentator. The award recognizes the achievements […]

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Tennis star courts ticket to CIF

17 November 2016

Jamie Kim news editor Despite being one of the youngest players on the girls varsity tennis team, freshman Hannah Kimura brought hard-earned skill and dedication to the game. Kimura, who has been playing played tennis for five years, will be the only girl on the team advancing to the first round of girls tennis singles […]

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District set to sell superintendent house

17 November 2016

Ben Dahan staff writer The district is in the process of selling a house on Doheny Drive, that was purchased in 2012 to entice and house superintendents. “We bought it as an investment property for the district, and to use as incentive to hire and retain the very best staff who could work and live in […]

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Student poll workers assist community

16 November 2016

Natasha Dardashti multimedia editor Though the majority of high schoolers are unable to participate directly in the election process through voting, a few juniors and seniors made an impact on the community in their own way through volunteer work. With the implementation of the poll worker program, students were able to reach out to their […]

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Ben Bushman’s death marks legacy in community

16 November 2016

Lauren Hannani staff writer Whether he was the physical education teacher, assistant principal or principal, Ben Bushman dedicated a great amount of his time trying to make school worthwhile for both students and teachers. On Nov. 13, Bushman died after working in the district for 38 years, but his contributions to the school and the […]

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Trump election sparks opposing protests

15 November 2016

Priscilla Hopper staff writer Students gathered during nutrition on Nov. 15, 2016, to voice their opinions on President-elect Donald Trump. Juniors Nicholas Pupiec and Christine Kim explain their reasoning behind participating in the rally.

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