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Varsity football loses close game against Cerritos Boys water polo loses by one to Thousand Oaks Day N Night hits a home run at Angel Westfield TAW presents upbeat twist on Shakespeare classic
 

Varsity football loses close game against Cerritos

Sam Bernstein staff writer The varsity football team travelled to Cerritos to face the Cerritos High School Dons for a non-conference game. Friday night’s game ended in heartbreak for the Normans, as they lost 22-16 after holding a two-score lead for most of the second half. The Normans record dropped to 0-4 after the Dons […]

Boys water polo loses by one to Thousand Oaks

Jamie Kim co-editor-in-chief The varsity boys water polo team hosted Thousand Oaks High School on Tuesday, Sept. 19, at 3:00 p.m. The Normans lost to the Lancers by a slim margin of 16-17. Senior co-captain Jonathan Artal thought that despite the loss, the team showed much improvement in technique and stamina. “Although we lost today, all […]

Day N Night hits a home run at Angel’s Stadium

Priscilla Hopper media manager AJ Wolken staff writer Day N Night shines in second annual festival After a chaotic first year of poor organization and logistical issues, there was much speculation about the success of this year’s Day N Night music festival held at the Angel’s Stadium in Orange County. The festival, presented by Revolt, […]

Westfield’s Century City mall modernizes, revitalizes after renovations

AJ Wolken staff writer After more than four years of construction, Westfield Century City mall will finish renovations this fall. Westfield spent more than $955 million to increase the mall to over 1.3 million square feet and it was worth every penny. The mall looks to be completely revitalized, with tons of new stores and […]

TAW presents upbeat twist on Shakespeare classic

Brian Harward staff writer With hip-hop currently trending on Broadway, led by the wildly popular “Hamilton,” Theater Arts Workshop’s (TAW) performance of the rap-heavy “Bomb-Itty of Errors” is a timely twist on Shakespeare’s “Comedy of Errors.” Although rap-influenced musicals are extremely popular now, the concept of using hip-hop in musicals is nothing new. “‘Hamilton’ was […]

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Hinojosa brings traveling knowledge, experience into his classroom

27 October 2015

Veronica pahomova cartoonist Three minutes left of the school year. Roel Hinojosa starts to anxiously shake his leg, ready to leave and explore outside of his classroom. Two more minutes. Hinojosa starts tapping his fingernails on his teacher’s desk. One minute. He locks his eyes with the clock. Three seconds. Two seconds. One. With a […]

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Highlights participates in Gen-J Day

27 October 2015

Juliette Deutsch, co-editor-in-chief Student journalists from across Southern California gathered at California State University, Northridge on Saturday, Oct. 24, to participate in High School Insider and SCJEA Gen-J day. Students and advisers listened to keynotes and presentations regarding all things journalism. In addition to the workshops offered, three LA Times journalists Javier Panzar, Sonali Kohli […]

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Knotfest in a knutshell

26 October 2015

Veronica Pahomova cartoonist Knotfest. A bunch of metalheads with similar styles and music taste headbanging and moshing together to some of their favorite bands. This festival took the stigma on heavy metal music and swallowed it whole, proving that attendance to this event is worth any negative opinions that are thrown afterward. Metal music, ironically, […]

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Hard work pays off for UCLA bound swimmer

26 October 2015

Sydney Tran staff writer Strenuous practices, draining exercises and the near-constant scent of chlorine in the air have been an integral part of swimmer Amy Okada’s life for years. Olympic trial qualifier Amy Okada has dedicated much of her life to her swimming career, and it has paid off. Okada verbally committed to continue her career […]

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Normans promote pride

23 October 2015

Isaiah Freedman staff writer Lauren Hannani staff writer Evan Minniti staff writer As the school year progresses and the seasonal activities occur, our teams, teachers, electives and student organizations reflect pride while representing our school. One of the aspects of school pride is the relationship that grows among the members of a team. “I think the cheer team […]

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Business members of Robotics help the community

23 October 2015

Veronica Pahomova staff writer   Robotics is known to be an extracurricular activity that incorporates many subjects such as math, science and mechanics. However, in addition to building a mobile robot, this after school program also aids the city with multiple actions of community service. MorTorq, the name of the robotics team, is divided into […]

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Fantasy Football Forecast: Week 7 Advice

23 October 2015

Isaiah Freedman staff writer Guy Ginsberg co-editor-in-chief As the season starts kicking into high gear, some unexpected storylines are coalescing. The Chiefs, Lions and Ravens, teams expected to perform well, have a combined 3-15 record, while teams such as the Jets, Falcons and Panthers have a combined 13-2 record. The NFL is a consistently inconsistent […]

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Meet the masterminds of school app

23 October 2015

Jamie Kim staff writer High school can boggle minds, but the Beverly Hills High School app was created to do exactly the opposite. With a quick download, just one tap of the finger can easily lead to the three different bell schedules, monthly calendars, a staff directory and more. During the board meeting on Oct. […]

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Distance from home to school may make difference

22 October 2015

Sophia Goldberg staff writer While all students must live in Beverly Hills to go to school in the district, the distances from Beverly to home may give some students a nice advantage before, during and after the school day. Beverly Hills, at 5.71 square miles, which is one of the smallest cities in Southern California. […]

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Q&A with alumnus songwriter Tyler Peterson

22 October 2015

Juliette Deutsch, co-editor-in-chief Highlights: When did you begin your career as a singer/songwriter? Peterson: I have been writing songs, for fun since I was 7- years old. I would show the songs and there wouldn’t be a melody to go along with the lyrics so it was essentially just poetry. I would show it to […]

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