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2017 March of the Living Recap Second phase of construction expected to be underway Soles4Souls is here to help Logic expresses racial pride in TV shows continue to influence high schoolers
 

2017 March of the Living Recap

Ben Shofet, co-editor-in-chief Over the past two weeks, I alongside several other Beverly students took part in the 2017 March of the Living program (MOTL) with the Los Angeles Delegation. The trip was a total of two weeks. In the first week, as a group, we traveled to Warsaw, Krakow and Lublin, visiting numerous concentration […]

Second phase of construction expected to be underway

Ben Dahan news editor Keith Stone co-editor-in-chief Max Yera co-editor-in-chief With the first demolition-based stage of construction finished, the next phase, taking place on the first and second floor of the main building, as well as the K.L. Peters auditorium, is scheduled to resume after graduation. Currently the architectural plans for the actual construction phase […]

Soles4Souls is here to help

Isaiah Freedman staff writer For Service Learning’s latest project, big blue boxes with the logo Soles4Souls plastered on them have popped up around the school with the purpose of collecting shoes to be given to those who need them. The effort is spearheaded by Service Learning seniors Jonah Pourat and Jared Minami, who came up […]

Logic expresses racial pride in ‘Everybody’

AJ Wolken staff writer Logic, the 27 year old biracial rapper from Maryland, released his third official album, Everybody on Friday. The album is the best of his career, as he introduces creative beats and big names such as Khalid and J Cole to express that he is proud to be biracial. Logic’s previous two albums, […]

TV shows continue to influence high schoolers

Whether it be binge-watching a new Netflix series or anxiously awaiting for the latest episode of “Game of Thrones,” the way high schoolers watch television leaves massive imprints on culture. Multiple generation-defining shows have emerged from this era of television, leaving students facing both positive and negative impacts. The impact left on students lead to a variety […]

Pep band spreads joy through music at Jewish senior center

23 February 2016

Jamie Kim, staff writer A football game and a Jewish senior center have now found something in common: both have had the band march in while playing the fight song. Members of the pep band, a smaller branch of the band, took their music to a different environment, a Jewish senior center in Reseda, California, […]

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First-year Science Olympiad team enjoys early success

23 February 2016

Guy Ginsberg co-editor-in-chief The Science Olympiad Team won four medals at their first ever invitational competition at Polytechnic High School in Pasadena on Saturday, Jan. 30. The team, which was split into various groups during competition, won first place in ‘Experimental Design,’ second place in ‘Game On,’ second place in ‘Green Generation,’ and third place […]

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Talent and creativity show off at second annual Coffeehouse

22 February 2016

Jason Harward, graphics editor Keith Stone, staff writer The Vocal Music Department’s second annual Coffeehouse showed off some of Beverly’s talented singers and songwriters, while also managing to differentiate itself from a “normal” production. The event, which took place on Thursday, Feb. 18, flipped the Salter Theatre and allowed the audience to relax and enjoy […]

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Madrigals among selected choirs to perform at USC

22 February 2016

Jamie Kim staff writer Donned in their black gowns and suits, the Madrigals were one of five choirs chosen to perform at a festival at the University of Southern California (USC) on Saturday, Feb. 20. The day consisted of performing in one of USC’s theaters and hearing other choirs sing. The event, which spanned from […]

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Real Highlights of Beverly Hills: Episode 1

22 February 2016

Who would think a publication could have so much drama? Lights. Camera. Action. Welcome to the illustrious life of the Beverly Hills High School journalism department. Love triangles, blatant bullying, drama. Follow the stories of a few staff members of Highlights newspaper as they navigate their way through period. In this episode, three of the […]

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Bianca Foundation teaches students life lessons

17 February 2016

Lauren Hannani staff writer Since forming into a club this semester, the Bianca Foundation gives students a chance to talk to their peers about topics that most teenagers can relate to, such as parent stress and peer pressure. The club branches out from the larger Bianca Foundation, which is located in Los Angeles. Its main […]

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Senior cuts to the heart of cardiac research

17 February 2016

Sadie Hersh co-editor-in-chief The closest most high school students get to cardiac work is physiology class or a “Grey’s Anatomy” episode. However, senior Judy Kim has been conducting research in this field with the Southern California Academy of Sciences (SCAS) since her freshman year. Kim was one of five students selected from the SCAS chapter […]

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“ANTI”: Bold, brave and unapologetically Rihanna

17 February 2016

Juliette Deutsch co-editor-in-chief For three years, Rihanna fans have been anxiously waiting for the singer to drop an album. To add, for most of 2015, due to lack of information and rumors, Rihanna’s “ANTI” album seemed like it was too good to be true for fans. The three full years since 2012’s “Unapologetic” – the […]

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Daniel Kohanbash advises high school participation

16 February 2016

Veronica Pahomova staff writer When he’s not helping lead the Madrigals tenor section, he’s at the top of the courts, providing play recaps and giving a voice to the Norman Nation powerhouse that is boys varsity basketball. Even later in the day, one can find him having fun singing and dancing at AP Posse and […]

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58th Grammys offer entertainment, encouragement, disappointment

16 February 2016

Nirav Desai, staff writer Despite supplying many encouraging firsts that point toward progress in the music industry, last night’s Grammys simultaneously produced disappointment as viewers were reminded of how far The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences has yet to go in the awarding of the show’s biggest prizes. The 58th installment of the annual […]

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