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‘Love is Love’ Week gathers support for LGTBQ+ students

Lauren Hannani culture editor Priscilla Hopper media manager Valentine’s Day has been around since the 5th century, but this year’s ‘Love is Love’ week here on campus is a first for both students and staff. This month’s theme of forming healthy relationships, created and planned by intervention counselor Ali Norman-Franks, was first inspired by Teen […]

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A (teaching) dream come true

Lauren Hannani culture editor When she left her native country, Argentina, to permanently live in the U.S., textbook technician Marcela Chopchik knew she was leaving more than just her home; she was also leaving her teaching profession, as she had taught Spanish there since earning a degree 10 years before.   Now, almost 20 years later, […]

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Science Olympiad opens competition season at Wilson Invitational

The Science Olympiad team placed 18th out of 30 schools at the Wilson Invitational on Saturday, Jan. 23, in preparation for regional and state competitions in the coming months. Although the event was not “official,” co-captain Jamie Kim thought the practice it offered for the more competitive regional and state meets was very valuable. “I […]

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Tech student aspires to be set designer, playwright

Lauren Hannani culture editor As the curtains rise and the actors enter the stage, the audience goes quiet and the show begins. However, for senior Aidan Martin-Cox and his crewmates, the tech room’s chaos has just started, with the set, lights, music, microphones, and everything but the performers under their control. Since his freshman year, […]

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Girls water polo defeated by Torrance

Rinesa Kabashi staff writer The girls varsity water polo team lost to Torrance High School 10-3 during a home game on Thursday, Jan. 18. Even though the team lost, they learned which techniques worked during the game and what didn’t. “We are like a family and bond really well, but some things we need to improve […]

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Dance Company prepares for big performance

Lauren Hannani culture editor  After many hours of practice and rehearsal every day, the annual Dance Company show is finally here. From Jan. 16 to 18, the dancers will be showcasing their two-hour performance at the Wallis Annenberg Center of Performing Arts in Beverly Hills. With a variety of dance styles, choreography and costumes, the […]

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Assistant principal relocated to Beverly Vista amid district controversy

Jason Harward co-editor-in-chief As Superintendent Dr. Michael Bregy announced last Thursday, Jan. 4, Christopher Regan has left his position as House B assistant principal to be the interim principal at Beverly Vista (BV). In a district-wide email, Bregy addressed the controversy surrounding the relocation, as this change happens as the Beverly Hills Police Department is investigating […]

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Coping with anxiety: students share their experiences

Natasha Dardashti staff writer Lauren Hannani culture editor Disclaimer: Some names were changed in this article to protect sources and provide anonymity. Being in control has always been important to Jules. Whether it’s through her rigorous courses or achievement in hobbies, Jules has always been able to manage a workload typical to a high achieving […]

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Math teacher works to earn doctorate in education

Lauren Hannani culture editor Math teacher Dustin Mathias is going back to school. Since graduating from college, Mathias has aspired to earn a doctorate in education and become a professor. Now, starting this year, he has begun working toward that goal–one he has been very passionate about for many years. “I like knowing how people […]

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‘Vice Principals’ satirizes administrators’ work enviornment

Ben Dahan News Editor The HBO comedy series “Vice Principals” follows the relationship of rival VPs, Neal Gamby (Danny McBride) and Lee Russell (Walton Goggins), desperately vying for the top spot at North Jackson High School: principal. In the wake of the show’s finale, Highlights asked Beverly’s assistant principals to weigh in on this portrayal […]

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