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ASB makes history with gender free Homecoming court Athletes open up about anthem protests New junior makes impact on varsity basketball New turf renovation promises safer experience for athletes Season series: Varsity Football Ep. 2
 

ASB makes history with gender free Homecoming court

Priscilla Hopper media manager The only lasting tradition is change, and this year, ASB Advisor Jennifer Goolsby and the Head Row ASB members made the executive decision to change one of the most prominent and popular high school traditions: Homecoming kings and queens. The 2017-18 Homecoming court nominations are no longer one girl and one […]

Athletes open up about anthem protests

AJ Wolken staff writer During the preseason of the 2016 NFL season, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick decided to sit, and eventually kneel, during the national anthem to “stand up for people who are oppressed.” The backlash that followed the protest was immense, with people all over America taking different stances on the situation, ranging […]

New junior makes impact on varsity basketball

Sam Bernstein staff writer Described by friends as a De’Aaron Fox lookalike and described by teammates as “hard-working” and “‘confident”, boys varsity basketball has a fresh face at the wing with new student Marcel Stevens. Stevens, a junior, transferred from Bishop Montgomery High School in Torrance. Stevens said the move went well and appreciates the […]

New turf renovation promises safer experience for athletes

Jason Harward editor-in-chief The installation of a new synthetic turf, which began Aug. 1, is expected to finish and be ready for play on Monday, Oct. 9. While the old turf had outlived its life by 5 years and was quickly deteriorating past safe play, the fall schedule of renovation was not the most ideal for […]

Season series: Varsity Football Ep. 2

Priscilla Hopper media manager Sophia Goldberg sports editor Jamie Kim co-editor-in-chief EPISODE 2: TEAM LEADERS Seniors Thomas Goolsby and Jonathan Tansey touch on the importance of leadership and how what it means to be a team. Varsity football’s next game is away against Hawthorne High School Oct. 6. 

Salt and Straw sweetens up LA

06 May 2016

Juliette Deutsch, co-editor-in-chief In honor of the summer season quickly approaching, I am bringing to you my final food review for beverlyhighlights.com of one L.A’s fastest growing ice cream establishments: Salt and Straw. Salt and Straw 1357 Abbot Kinney Blvd. Los Angeles, CA Open 10am-11pm daily It takes something special to get people in Los […]

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Letter to the Editor regarding ‘Sexism present in the arts’

06 May 2016

May 6, 2016 Volume 89, Issue 14 This letter was written in response to the article “Sexism present in the arts” printed in the March 11, 2016, Issue 11. Dear Highlights. As the Producer/Director of the Performing Arts Department’s production of Spamalot, I feel obligated to respond to the recent article, “Sexism present in the […]

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Venoco drill site vacation vexed by bankruptcy

05 May 2016

Nirav Desai staff writer The bankruptcy of Venoco Inc., the oil and gas exploration corporation that drills oil on land leased from Beverly Hills Unified School District since 1978, has thrown an obstacle into the path of district officials who hope to secure the vacation of the drilling premises by Dec. 31, 2016. The Colorado-based […]

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Lakers hire Luke Walton, search for new identity

05 May 2016

Isaiah Freedman staff writer After firing coach Byron Scott, who went 38-126 in two underwhelming years on the sidelines, the Lakers have hired Golden State Warriors Assistant Coach Luke Walton. Walton, who played nine seasons as a Laker, had an outstanding 39-4 record filling in for Steve Kerr earlier this season. Even though Walton had […]

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Girls varsity lacrosse defeats Santa Monica in last game

03 May 2016

Veronica Pahomova, staff writer Girls varsity lacrosse emerged victorious over rival Santa Monica High School (SAMO) on April 29, a win the team has not been able to celebrate in recent years. Playing a dirty yet rewarding game, as player Sarabeth Tansey described, the team won 8-6. Not only was this much-celebrated game the team’s last […]

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Boys varsity lacrosse falls to Santa Monica in last game

03 May 2016

Jason Harward reporter Sophia Goldberg writer The boys varsity lacrosse team lost 15-8 to Santa Monica High School in their last game this past Friday, April 29. The Normans ended their season with a record of 0-7 in league and 2-14 overall. Even though the game ended with a loss, the effort given by the […]

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When life gives Beyoncé lemons…

29 April 2016

Sadie Hersh co-editor-in-chief “Take one pint of water, take half a pound of sugar, the juice of eight lemons, the zest of half a lemon…” This is the lemonade recipe Beyonce recites to her audience as they tune in to HBO or TIDAL to experience the artist’s visual album, “Lemonade.” While a lot of controversy […]

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Annual art show commences

26 April 2016

Max Yera staff writer The annual ArtReach Festival was held this past Thursday, April 21 in the EDC building from 5 to 7 p.m. The festivities were put on by ArtReach, a club whose primary focus throughout the year is to display the art of students of all grades. “Theater showcase musicals, while sports have […]

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Supporters of Armenia and Turkey protest their combating views on the events of 1915

25 April 2016

Veronica Pahomova staff writer Stretching from McCarthy Vista all the way past South Fairfax Avenue, thousands of protestors gathered along Wilshire Boulevard on Sunday April 24, 2016 in hopes of demonstrating each opposing country’s belief on the events that occurred on 1915. Red, blue and orange covered one portion of the streets, skies and roads, while the […]

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Commentary: A day without your cellphone

25 April 2016

Sadie Hersh co-editor-in-chief Imagine going a day without your phone. I know this may seem impossible because of what seems to be the urgent need to update Snapchat stories and check Instagram posts, but believe it or not, this school day of separation from your phone is possible. In a moment of panic as I rushed […]

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