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Students reflect on impact of substance abuse

Jason Harward staff writer Jamie Kim news editor Drugs and alcohol are a part of many students’ high school experience, whether one wants to admit it or not. As the Teen Rehab Center (TRC) puts it, a teenager “might enter high school as a child, but they will graduate a young adult.” One of these […]

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Gymnast flips to dancing

Keith Stone co-editor-in-chief Very few student-athletes go through senior year with little to no stress having already committed to college for a sport. This usually removes many pressures of senior year and the difficult process of college applications. Senior Tia Lumer gave up this potential easy-in to college to follow her passion for dance and […]

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Girls varsity tennis downs Culver for first win of season

AJ Wolken staff writer The varsity girls tennis team downed the Culver City Centaurs by a score of 16-4 on Tuesday, Oct. 11. This win marks their first league victory, bringing Beverly’s league record to 1-1 on the season Junior Leticia Valle was confident in the team coming out with a win against an opponent with […]

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Student Internship program aims to provide experience

Ben Dahan staff writer School is not only a place for students to further their knowledge in academics, but also to learn real life skills and prepare for their futures. One important part of this process is getting an internship or a job. That’s where Cindy Dubin, the coordinator of Career Technical Education, plays an important […]

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New theater director brings varied passions

Jamie Kim news editor Due to her love of surfing, she moved to Costa Rica for its tropical environment. But, due to her love of theater and teaching, she landed back in the United States, specifically the Salter Family Theater. New theater director Karen Chandler brings her passion for art and the performing arts. She […]

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Meet Westwood’s Favorite Deli, Fat Sal’s

Jason Harward, staff writer AJ Wolken, staff writer Fat Sal’s is the heart of late night foods and the innovator of restaurants, putting as many fried foods as possible in its sandwiches. Although the “Fat Sandwiches” are the fan favorites, Fat Sal’s also carries normal sandwiches, salads, burgers and more. It was started in Austin, […]

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ASB aspires for increased community participation at Carnival themed homecoming

Benjamin Shofet, co-editor-in-chief ASB has organized various food trucks and games for a Carnival themed homecoming on Oct. 7. They have made an unprecedented effort to bolster attendance to this year’s tailgate and football game. “A major goal of ASB this year is to create an atmosphere that encompasses and embraces the interests of everyone in the […]

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School board elections: Who votes?

Keith Stone co-editor-in-chief School board elections have become increasingly closer in results over the last couple of years. As the number of votes deciding the victors becomes smaller and smaller, who is allowed to vote has become increasingly important. Legally, people who live in Beverly Hills are allowed to vote in school board elections, but this […]

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Cohen brothers sprint to success

Keith Stone co-editor-in-chief The boys varsity cross-country team has been incredibly successful within the last year, winning league undefeated last year, and could possibly be on its way to winning league this year. Two brothers, Jason and Johnny Cohen, contributed to the team’s success. Jason and Johnny are both seniors and have been on the team […]

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Paley Center entertains with nostalgic “South Park” experience

Jason Harward, staff writer “But maaaaaam, I want to go to the “South Park” exhibit at the Paley Center.” It’s more than just a comedy. “South Park” has been a dynamic force for the last 20 years. It challenges norms and sets trends, all through a group of four kids living life in South Park, […]

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