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Administration, police address possible campus safety concerns Wrestling continues success, three competitors move on to Masters From Russia to San Diego, hockey star to take talents to Harvard Foodie Series Ep. 3: Gelato-go The Cloverfield Paradox crashes, burns
 

Administration, police address possible campus safety concerns

Priscilla Hopper media manager AJ Wolken staff writer On Thursday, Feb. 22, Principal Mark Mead released a statement regarding the allegations that a student was implying threats to the BHHS campus through social media. “We have been made aware of a possible threat on social media and have investigated. At this point there is no […]

Wrestling continues success, three competitors move on to Masters

Brian Harward staff writer Wrestling had its most successful CIF showing ever during the CIF tournament on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 16 to 17. Junior Daniel Heller (126) placed third, senior Sebastian Fanucci (132) placed sixth and senior Mateo de Camargo Hanley (138) placed sixth. All three advanced to the Masters tournament.  Chris Drake (106), who […]

From Russia to San Diego, hockey star to take talents to Harvard

Sophia Goldberg sports editor From skating around the Toyota Sports Center rink with her brother at four years old, to winning back-to-back gold medals at the Junior World Championships, senior Dominique Petrie fell in love with the game of hockey and has had the opportunity to play the sport on various teams throughout her 13-year […]

Foodie Series Ep. 3: Gelato-go

AJ Wolken staff writer Rinesa Kabashi photo editor Our foodie series gives an exclusive inside look into some of the most popular restaurants in LA! Gelato-go is a new dessert option on Beverly Drive, that offers anything from authentic Italian coffee to tasty pastries to delicious gelato.

The Cloverfield Paradox crashes, burns

Evan Minniti staff writer In 2008, JJ Abrams produced the monster flick “Cloverfield”, a critical and box office success. Eight years later a loosely-connected spiritual sequel, the psychological horror film “10 Cloverfield Lane”, was even more successful. These original movies worked for a number of reasons, especially the lack of complete explanations for why monsters […]

The Ticketmaster: Josh Fouladian will fight your parking ticket for you

03 March 2017

Isaiah Freedman staff writer Walking back to your car and seeing a plain white envelope lying on the windshield can be a crushing feeling. Most likely, you just received a parking ticket, a costly $158 penalty. Usually, the best course of action is to suck it up, fork over the money and move on. Another […]

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Symphonic Band members perform at the California All-State Music Education Conference

02 March 2017

Veronica Pahomova co-editor-in-chief   Symphonic band members bassoonist Yunchao Zhang and oboist Julie Park performed with the All-State High School Symphonic Band at the seventh annual California All-State Music Education Conference (CASMEC) from Feb. 16 to 19. The performance was held at the Fairmont Hotel and the San Jose Convention Center, and brought great honor […]

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Chef cooks up positive relationships with students

01 March 2017

Natasha Dardashti multimedia editor Schoolwide, he is simply known as “chef.” During lunch, his doors are open to students, whether they are enrolled in his class or not. There, students can be found cooking, talking and laughing along with culinary teacher Rick Leece. “[My favorite thing about teaching] is building the relationships with the students […]

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Dev Patel delivers an incredible performance in “Lion”

27 February 2017

Sam Bernstein staff writer Garth Davis, in his feature debut, brought the riveting nonfiction book “A Long Way Home” to life in his Oscar nominated film “Lion”. Dev Patel delivered the best performances of his budding careers in this heart-wrenching tale about a young man destined to find his way back home. “Lion” follows Saroo Brierley, […]

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Carruth’s ‘Upstream Color’ is flawed, but beautiful

24 February 2017

Evan Minniti staff writer There are a lot of cute piggies, scary parasites and raw emotions in “Upstream Color”, a science-fiction romantic epic, and the second feature film for writer-director-actor-composer Shane Carruth. In an era when so many mainstream movies with budgets in the tens of millions can look so visually flat and uninteresting, “Upstream […]

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Science Olympiad unable to qualify for state in regional competition

23 February 2017

Max Yera co-editor-in-chief The Science Olympiad team competed at the Antelope Valley Regional competition this past Saturday, Feb. 18. There were 33 high schools from California competing, and Beverly placed 13th overall. Since only the top five schools advance to state, this competition will be the last of the school year. “We registered for this […]

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Dance Company showcases its Wooden values

22 February 2017

Ben Dahan staff writer The members of Dance Company showcased their choreographed pieces based on the John Wooden Pyramid of Success on Tuesday, Feb. 21. The dancers took to the small Salter Theater stage to present themes ranging from courage, friendship, loyalty and confidence. Each piece was taken from the hearts of the students, who choreographed […]

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Girls varsity basketball wins CIF second round

22 February 2017

Jamie Kim news editor The girls varsity basketball team won its away game on Monday, Feb. 20, against Big Bear High School, allowing the team to advance from the second round of the 2017 CIF Southern Section Girls Basketball Division 4A Playoffs to quarterfinals. The team defeated Big Bear 47-38, and the victory felt sweet […]

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Board reconvenes to discuss budget cuts

21 February 2017

    Ben Dahan news editor On Feb. 17, the Board of Education held its second study session regarding the recommended budget cuts of up to $5 million for the coming school year. This was a follow up from the first meeting, held on Feb. 9. The discussion about budget cuts originates from the district’s current […]

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Student leaders take on responsibilities

21 February 2017

Eleanor Bogart-Stuart culture editor Lauren Hannani feature editor Rinesa Kabashi staff writer With many clubs and extracurricular activities at school come many determined leaders. As their interests later became their passions, some students took over the responsibilities of big groups with big goals. One of the extracurriculars that requires a dedicated leader is Watchtower. Senior Andrea Di Battista, […]

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