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Student succeeds as Miss California Teen

Since the age of 10, junior Ora Kohan has actively participated in the National American Miss, a pageant for teen girls that takes place across the country. During the summer, Kohan was named Miss California Teen and ranked Top Five in the national competition. Contestants in the competition are judged in three categories: interview, personal […]

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Teacher inspires kindness on campus

Karen Shilyan, business manager English teacher Krisha Deaver takes on a leadership role on campus by reinstating “Kindness Week.” This is the second year that Deaver has implemented the grass roots movement. While it began as a positive thing her English classes could do for their peers, it has become much more. Deaver’s goals for […]

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Boys water polo falls to Santa Monica

Sadie Hersh, photo editor The varsity water polo team suffered a defeat to the Santa Monica High School (Samo) Vikings Oct. 14 by a score of 7-14. “We had a strong defense throughout the first quarter and we were able to contain their game,” winger Blake Ackerman said. According to the Normans, the team has […]

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2014 homecoming nominees announced

Celine Rezvani, staff writer The homecoming nominees for this year were announced today during the spirit assembly. A homecoming king and queen will be chosen from the pool of senior nominees, and each subordinate grade will have a homecoming prince and homecoming princess. The nominees are as follows: 9 10 11 12 Boys Ethan Marx, […]

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ASB prepares for exciting, distinct homecoming

Guy Ginsberg, sports editor ASB has been working this year to put together a Homecoming that will be a fun and worthwhile experience for students. Junior Ohry Moosiki, Commissioner of Audio and Tech in ASB, said that Beverly will be putting our own twist on the traditional Homecoming. “I think it’s going to be a […]

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Beverly’s modern makeover

Karen Shilyan, staff writer Students are going to experience a 21st century renovation with new plans for construction to the campus in the next couple of years. The changes are inspired by a welcoming, pedestrian oriented atmosphere to give students a more flexible learning experience. It will respect the beloved past by maintaining the original […]

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DECA begins internship program with Chamber of Commerce

Celine Rezvani, staff writer A brand new internship program will become available to members of DECA as the group teams up with the Chamber of Commerce of Beverly Hills for the first time. A Chamber of Commerce is a local association that protects and promotes the interests of a business community in an area. DECA […]

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PTA, TFBH host Apple Awards ceremony

Eunice Kim, staff writer The Beverly Hills PTA Council and The Beverly Hills Education Foundation (TFBH) hosted the Apple Awards on May 7. The Apple Awards ceremony was held at the Rooftop Terrace of the Luxe Rodeo Drive Hotel. Apple Awards were presented to teachers and administrators who have “inspired students from all backgrounds and […]

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BHHS DECA member headed to ICDC

Amanda Christovich, cub writer A myriad of round tables studded the large conference hall in California’s State DECA competition in Anaheim two weekends ago. The hall was alive with the hum of numerous aspiring intellectuals, entrepreneurs, CEOs and world-leaders. Junior Austin Mack, a member of the BHHS DECA club, sat at one of these tables […]

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