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Beats by Beverly: Normans make music

Jackson Prince, co-editor-in-chief  Marty Schnapp, news editor  Sadie Hersh, photo editor Veronica Pahomova, cartoonist Ben Shofet, graphics editor Here are five Beverly students who write, record and produce original music. Edan Lipkin, 12 Max Newman, 12         Cole Plante, 12         James Dohm, 11         Daisy […]

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Branagh’s ‘Cinderella’: kind, courageous with a bit of magic

Jackson Prince, co-editor-in-chief “Just because it’s what’s done doesn’t mean it’s what should be done.” An orphan called Ella (Lily James) gave this message to a good-looking stranger named Kit (Richard Madden, or “the King of the North”) in the revamped, rehashed redo that is Kenneth Branagh’s “Cinderella”, an instant classic the likes of which […]

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Lieu to speak as keynote

Lucas Harward, staff writer Newly-elected congressman Ted Lieu will be the keynote speaker for this year’s Career Day on April 1, according to ROP/CTE director Cindy Dubin. In the most recent midterm elections to elect the 114th Congress, Lieu, a democrat, defeated republican Elan Carr to become the congressional representative for the 33rd district of […]

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Student hacker strikes against Beverly

Keith Stone cub writer Students at Beverly have come to know these seven words very well. You are not connected to the Internet. These words have become a constant curse seen many times over the course of the last few months, making something very clear: a hacker at Beverly, is consistently crashing the school’s Internet and […]

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Journalism staff competes at state write-off

Celine Rezvani, staff writer The Highlights and Watchtower staff competed and won at the Southern California Journalism Education Association State Write-Off at Rancho Dominguez Prep in Long Beach on March 21. Over 200 students from 27 schools competed in 16 categories including news, feature, sports, op-ed and photography. Juniors Brenna Nouray, Sadie Hersh and senior […]

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Norman perceptions of social media

Evan Minniti cub writer Through the rise of the smartphone, social networking sites have had a huge impact on America’s teenage population. According to a recent Nielsen survey, 58 percent of American teenagers own a cellphone. Another survey from the Pew Research Center said that an even larger number, 78 percent, of teenagers aged 12 to […]

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Track and field enters new season, takes on new goals

Jamie Kim, cub writer Like all spring sports, track and field has only just begun, but as head coach Dwayne Washington put it, the team shows a lot of promise. According to Simon Langer’s website following the track and field team, there are many athletes that stand out, including junior boys varsity sprinter Raehaan Poonja […]

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Academic Decathlon placed sixth at State.  Photo by: John Johnson

AcaDeca places at Sacramento

Ben Shofet, graphics editor  In their final competition of the year, the Academic Decathlon team (AcaDeca) placed in sixth in the state of California and 11th in the nation at the Sacramento state finals on March 17. The team’s score of 51,511 was second-best in Beverly’s history. The AcaDeca team placed both nationally and regionally […]

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BHMUN participates in Gahr competition

Guy Ginsberg sports editor Beverly Hills Model United Nations (BHMUN) participated at a competition at Gahr High School on Saturday, March 21, where they competed against 15 other schools. Junior Mishelle Arakelian and freshman Jonathan Artal both received an award of Outstanding; and sophomore’s Yunchao Zhang, Max Yera, Jordan Grode, Hwanhee Choi and Nicole Mashoudy […]

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Holi Hungama 2015 illustrates arrival of spring

Lauren Hannani cub writer Nirav Desai cub writer Tossing colors into the air while Indian songs blare in the background, people gather together to dance and sing for Holi, the Hindu festival of colors. The celebration made its way to Southern California on Sunday, March 15. The event, titled Holi Hungama 2015, created a local […]

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