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Bundles of Hope is here to help SLIDESHOW: Juniors prevail at Junior-Senior night Every 15 Minutes scares, saddens, sparks change Bevball isn SLIDESHOW: DECA takes on state
 

Bundles of Hope is here to help

Isaiah Freedman staff writer It’s around noon on a hot Sunday, Mar. 12, at Temple Isaiah’s annual Purim festival, and senior Jack Harris does not have to be there. The festival is flush with taco trucks, grilled cheese trucks, pop-a-shots, whack-a-mole, moon bounces and slides. However, one stand separates itself from all the others, and […]

SLIDESHOW: Juniors prevail at Junior-Senior night

AJ Wolken staff writer After an epic night of food, games and fun, the juniors earned the victory at ASB’s annual Junior-Senior night. The two grades battled each other in various events such as musical chairs, tug-of-war and dodgeball. It was a tight competition and came down to the last event, the three-point shootout, where the juniors beat […]

Every 15 Minutes scares, saddens, sparks change

NEWS: How did Every 15 Minutes come about? Jamie Kim news editor Sophia Goldberg sports editor Every 15 Minutes, which took place on March 6 and 7, is a two-day program that challenges students to think about driving under the influence and the impacts their decisions could have on others. City-wide collaboration and months of […]

Bevball isn’t just boys basketball

Keith Stone co-editor-in-chief “Bevball” is the most hyped thing on campus all year. The SaMo game packs the Swim Gym with students and is the most talked about on campus event for weeks. Everybody knows the status of boys basketball: who they’re playing, who the starters are and even the most out of touch students know […]

SLIDESHOW: DECA takes on state

AJ Wolken staff writer Vivian Geilim opinion editor DECA, a business and entrepreneurship club, returned from its state conference on March 5. The club came back from the competition in Santa Clara with many accolades, including two teams of students who qualified for the national competition in Anaheim. Sean Toobi and Mia Grossman placed fourth in the State in […]

Teen heart throb leaves the nest

11 April 2016

Eleanor Bogart-Stuart staff writer Six years ago, the words “one” and  “direction” had little significance to the life of the average teenage girl. Now, those words have taken shape in the forms of four British boys, and have the power to elicit tears, screaming and pure bliss from millions and millions of young teen girls across […]

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McDonald’s expands menu, appeal

10 April 2016

Jason Harward, graphics editor McDonald’s has always searched for something that can compliment its burgers and (addictive) fries. However, some of these “trending” innovations fail to make their mark on consumers. Could I interest you in a McHotDog, or maybe a McLobster? No, I probably couldn’t. To diversify its menu in the health-crazed society we […]

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Tefillin table promotes unity

08 April 2016

Eleanor Bogart-Stuart staff writer Sydney Tran staff writer The final bell’s ring on Friday signifies the beginning of the weekend and the departure from a week at school. But for three rabbis-in-training, the final Friday bell symbolizes the start of fun. Although students may not know them by name, they can probably recognize Yossi Klein, Benjy Warmflash, […]

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WASC comes with a sting

08 April 2016

Nirav Desai, staff writer Veronica Pahomova, staff writer The Western Association of School and Colleges (WASC) visited on March 14 for a mid-term evaluation. Three years ago, this association gave us a six year accreditation with a three-year follow-up. According to Principal Dave Jackson and several other faculty and students, this recent follow-up visit, which determines […]

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Marching band performs at fountain opening

06 April 2016

Veronica Pahomova staff writer Select members from the Beverly Hills High School Marching Band took to the streets during sixth period on April 5, fulfilling the mayor’s requested to perform at the opening of the Beverly Hills’ water fountain on Santa Monica Boulevard. The ensemble filled the location with their symphonic tunes, including the “Beverly Fight […]

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Science Olympiad suffers defeat in state competition

05 April 2016

Natasha Dardashti social media editor The first-year Science Olympiad team attended the state competition at Caltech and placed last on April 2. Though they did not place at the state competition, the Science Olympiad placed fifth out of 30 teams overall in the Antelope Valley regional competition. Co-captain Sophia Goldberg believes that the reason they […]

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Beverly career day 2016

05 April 2016

Vivian Geilim, photo editor Sophia Goldberg, staff writer Career Day is an opportunity for students to interact with their future career possibilities. Professionals are asked to come explain career paths in their fields, and students pick topics that interest them the most. Three hour-long sessions allow students to choose their top three jobs and sit in on […]

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Track and Field athletes recognized at UCLA Legends

05 April 2016

Guy Ginsberg co editor in chief Eighteen track and field athletes were selected to compete in the UCLA Legends Track Invitational at UCLA on Friday, April 1. Amanda Block, Brandon Kim, Jonathan Cohen, Jason Cohen, Shimon Dubner, Yael Balakhane, Mohammed Abikenari, Raehaan Poonja, Noah Lee, Raustin Soltani, Stephanie Ancker, Zoe Hinton, Stanley Wu, Victoria Hanpham, […]

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March Madness mania among students makes mark

04 April 2016

Nirav Desai, staff writer “March Madness” used to be sane. Originally referring to the simple unpredictability of the single-elimination NCAA basketball tournament, the phrase has joined the likes of “literally,” “dying” and “literally dying” as terms that have seen their meanings altered since the advent of the Internet. Previously, die-hard fans cried, stressed and cheered […]

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Band plays way to gold at Forum Music Festival

04 April 2016

Sophia Goldberg, staff writer Both the concert and symphonic bands brought home gold from the Forum Music Festival on April 1. The music festival, held at Fullerton College, consisted of middle and high school teams from all over the country. Beverly’s gold rating means the judges placed the band in the top 10 percent of the entire […]

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