Tag Archive | "bhhs"

Girls varsity volleyball loses to Culver

Rinesa Kabashi photo editor The girls varsity volleyball team lost to Culver City 0-3 on Monday, Oct. 23. In the last game of the season, the team lost all three sets: 13-25 in the first set, 16-25 in the second set and 9-25 in the last set. Last year, the team only scored one point in […]

Read the full story

Posted in SportsComments (0)

Boy Scouts to accept girls, announcement sparks discussion within school

Jamie Kim co-editor-in-chief Boy Scouts of America announced on Oct.11 that starting next year, it will allow girls to join the organization. In 2018, girls will be allowed to join the Cub Scouts program, and in 2019, a program allowing older girls to earn the rank of Eagle Scout will be instated. This announcement has not […]

Read the full story

Posted in NewsComments (0)

Gender neutral homecoming mirrors school unity

Vivian Geilim opinion editor We are modernized. We are progressive. We are the 21 century. We are the LGBTQ+ community just as we are the feminist community. Just as we are the Black lives matter community, the Muslim community and the Hispanic community. And as a community and as a school, we are ONE. For the […]

Read the full story

Posted in Opinion/EditorialComments (0)

Junior strives to beat coach’s cross-country record

Catherine Gagulashvili calendar manager Described as number one by his coach, captain of the boys varsity cross-country team junior Aaron Selikovitz is attempting to beat Beverly alumnus, head varsity and assistant distance coach Mark Luevano’s mile time and 3,200-meter record. With a mile time of 4 minutes, 49 seconds, Selikovitz is only 26 seconds short of […]

Read the full story

Posted in FeatureComments (0)

Students passion leads to self made clothing companies

310 girl launches clothing line ‘310 Club’ Rinesa Kabashi photo editor Mikaela Rabizadeh social media editor “You’re too young to start a business.” A concept senior Romy Krgatbashyan is all too familiar with. Despite discouraging attitudes against her eagerness to develop her own clothing company, Krgatbashyan dives head first into the fashion industry at just 18 years […]

Read the full story

Posted in MultimediaComments (0)

ASB makes history with gender free Homecoming court

Priscilla Hopper media manager The only lasting tradition is change, and this year, ASB Advisor Jennifer Goolsby and the Head Row ASB members made the executive decision to change one of the most prominent and popular high school traditions: Homecoming kings and queens. The 2017-18 Homecoming court nominations are no longer one girl and one […]

Read the full story

Posted in NewsComments (0)

Service Learning participates in ALS Walk

Lauren Hannani culture editor A group of Service Learning students commuted to USC Exposition Park on Sunday, Oct. 15, to attend the annual Walk to Defeat ALS event. In doing so, they cheered on teams of people who were walking for a person affected by Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) or who died because of it. […]

Read the full story

Posted in NewsComments (0)

Administration confident in safety of drop-off plans despite student disagreement

Sophia Goldberg sports editor Jason Harward co-editor-in-chief Getting 1,400 students to class on time in two short bursts of about 10 minutes is no small feat, especially when construction along the front of the school has knocked out what used to be the accepted drop-off area along Moreno. However, House A Assistant Principal Phil Wenker […]

Read the full story

Posted in NewsComments (0)

Freshmen take on new library project

Lauren Hannani culture editor Every year, all freshmen are assigned the library project–an assignment that requires them to learn more about how to use the library and the resources it offers. Last year, the project was on hold while librarian Daniel Bradford transitioned into his first year at the school. However, Bradford and the English […]

Read the full story

Posted in NewsComments (0)

Senior pursues hobby of road cycling

Jamie Kim co-editor-in-chief Whizzing past on the bumpy roads, he pedals even faster to be the first to finish the mountain range course. But this is a grind he has grown accustomed to, since senior Jackson Nol has been an avid road cycler since the age of five. “I can’t really remember how I first got […]

Read the full story

Posted in Feature, SportsComments (0)

Page 5 of 26« First...34567...1020...Last »
%d bloggers like this: