The Student News Site of Beverly Hills High School


The Student News Site of Beverly Hills High School



Freshmen Vincent Li and Evan Egerman duel one another in a thought-provoking game of chess. Photo taken by Golsa Sadrieh.

New library staff persevere to better the library

Highlights May 31, 2022

Golsa Sadrieh cub writer Last fall, the BHHS library got two new staff who are figuring out how to connect with the student body. Cynthia Bailon joined Norman Nation as a library technician in October...

Graphic provided by senior Defne Onal

Literary magazine gathers submissions for winter edition

Highlights November 26, 2021

Emma Newman co-editor-in-chief  The Literary Magazine, or Lit Mag, will be accepting submissions for their winter edition, which has the theme of “Identity”, until Dec. 15. Students can submit...

Photo credit: The Princeton Review

College counselor publishes book addressing needs of college students

Highlights September 7, 2021

Emma Newman co-editor-in-chief Casey Rowley Barneson spent her days during the pandemic helping counsel students through the college admissions process. During the mornings and the evenings, however,...

Photo of Haubert’s Madame Bovary and Austen’s Sense and Sensibility.

Annual book group continues through Zoom

Highlights June 1, 2020

Leia Gluckman staff writer When Steven Rubenstein, the 12th Grade AP Literature teacher, started his book group nine years ago he hoped to bring parents and students together to bond over classic literature...

Versions of Charles Dickens’ A Tale of Two Cities with tearing spines

Textbook room to be updated

Highlights March 12, 2020

Leia Gluckman staff writer The fourth floor textbook room is filled with books that have been described as “old” and “antiquated” by students and staff members, many of which are to be updated...

Top reads to get anyone into the autumn mood

Top reads to get anyone into the autumn mood

Highlights November 12, 2019

Leia Gluckman staff writer Autumn was supposed to start in late September, but Los Angeles clearly doesn’t understand what cold weather is. While the climate outside might not scream fall, books can...

Sophomore library employee experiences school job

Sophomore library employee experiences school job

Highlights April 19, 2016

Lauren Hannani staff writer For most of us, the library serves as a place where we can rely on for some books, studying time, computers or even silence. But for sophomore Mallory Azziz working behind the...

New English teacher Patti Ann Harootian enjoys working with kids, inspiring them and igniting an interest in learning as she enters Beverly every morning.

English enthusiast returns to the classroom

Highlights September 17, 2015

Lauren Hannani staff writer After coming to Beverly as a long-term substitute in place of a teacher on maternity leave last year, ninth and tenth grade English teacher, Patti Ann Harootian, returns to...

Library begins ‘Blind Date With A Book’ program

Highlights February 17, 2015

Jackson Prince, co-editor-in-chief  The library is celebrating the month of February with their debut of the “Blind Date With A Book” program, designed to promote reading for leisure among Beverly...

Students to provide books for Mongolian school

Students to provide books for Mongolian school

Highlights December 1, 2012

Brenda Mehdian, staff writer From Nov. 30 print edition When students walk past the Lili and John Bosse Library, they expect to see shelves upon shelves of books behind the glass window. Imagine someone...

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