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Cheer team excited to compete in National Competition

Sydney Tran, staff writer Eleanor Bogart-Stuart, staff writer B-E-V-E-R-L-Y C-H-E-E-R!  What does that spell? A team who has qualified for a national cheer competition taking place in Las Vegas this weekend. The Beverly cheer team earned fourth place at last year’s national competition, and ever since has been extremely dedicated in the pursuit of another finalist […]

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Boys varsity volleyball falls to Windward School

Sadie Hersh co-editor-in-chief The boys varsity volleyball team fell to Windward School in their first game of the season on March 8 at the opposing school. The team was defeated in three sets. This losswill help the team see where it needs improvement. Middle Elliot Labib felt enthusiastic about the team’s match. “I felt excited […]

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Students heads to D.C. for 2017 Presidential Inauguration

Ben Shofet, Business Manager Highlights: Can you tell me how you first got involved in the trip? Dan Moroaica: The trip itself is put an organization called Worldstrides and I’ve worked with them for a couple of years. We tried to organize a trip to the east coast two years ago, but we didn’t have enough […]

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Lakers fans’ hope resurging

Isaiah Freedman staff writer For a good chunk of the 2015-2016 campaign, the Lakers were a mess. There was a clear stagnation of growth from their young prospects, the realization that the glory days were clearly gone and a franchise player who was physically disintegrating by the day. Top all that off with a 9-41 […]

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Hair goes a long way

Vivian Geilm photo editor Guy Ginsberg co-editor-in-cheif On Thursday, Feb. 25 Service Learning teamed up with Pantene Beautiful Lengths and Locks of Love to put together the annual Hair Donation event on the front lawn. 26 students donated eight inches of hair each totaling to 208 inches. “I think [the turnout] was really good. Last year we […]

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‘Feel The Bern’: getting to know Bernie Sanders

Evan Minniti staff writer Guy Ginsberg co-editor-in-chief When the 2016 Presidential election process began, it seemed as though one thing was just about set in stone: Hillary Clinton would be the Democratic nominee. After all, who could possibly overtake the front-running former Senator, First Lady and Secretary of State? However, this preemptive notion has proven […]

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The Cho-sen one

Sadie Hersh co-editor-in-chief “It’s Cho-time!” the Norman Nation roars as freshman phenom Kevin Cho swiftly sinks a three-pointer. Cho may be the shortest player on the boys varsity basketball team, standing at 5 foot 9 inches, but his skill surpasses other first year students, as he is the only freshman to be on the varsity team […]

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Teachers look back on OJ trial

Lauren Hannani staff writer Twenty-one years after the murder case blasted through every family’s television set, the O.J. Simpson trial is being revisited in the new show “The People v. OJ Simpson: American Crime Story.” Although current high school students were not around to witness the historic event at the time, teachers have vivid memories […]

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Real Highlights of Beverly Hills: Episode 1

Who would think a publication could have so much drama? Lights. Camera. Action. Welcome to the illustrious life of the Beverly Hills High School journalism department. Love triangles, blatant bullying, drama. Follow the stories of a few staff members of Highlights newspaper as they navigate their way through period. In this episode, three of the […]

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Bianca Foundation teaches students life lessons

Lauren Hannani staff writer Since forming into a club this semester, the Bianca Foundation gives students a chance to talk to their peers about topics that most teenagers can relate to, such as parent stress and peer pressure. The club branches out from the larger Bianca Foundation, which is located in Los Angeles. Its main […]

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