The Student News Site of Beverly Hills High School


The Student News Site of Beverly Hills High School



A crowd of maskless people push to take pictures with a Christmas tree in Las Vegas over winter break. Image by anonymous junior male.

COVID-19 restrictions violated over winter break

Highlights January 21, 2021

Candice Anvari staff writer Eva Levin copy editor Note: All names (except for Lorena Molina) were changed to protect the privacy of those involved. He hung LED lights on his living room walls....

Ready Together plan outlines procedures for school’s reopening

Ready Together plan outlines procedures for school’s reopening

Highlights November 6, 2020

Candice Anvari staff writer After months of preparation, superintendent Dr. Michael Bregy released the Ready Together plan on Oct. 4. The plan outlines a physical reopening plan based on the guidance...

Photo taken by Benji Maman

Sports programs resume in-person practices 

Highlights November 6, 2020

Emma Newman staff writer Benji Maman staff writer Fall sports returned to school to practice for the upcoming season the weekend of Oct. 24.  Director of District Athletics Tim Ellis began preparing to...

Image: Courtesy of Ana Medidian.

Beverly Hills medical community comes together to combat COVID-19

Highlights October 18, 2020

Emma Newman staff writer Candice Anvari staff writer Victoria Hirsh staff writer Pharmacist Mark Sanchez went into  Cedars-Sinai Hospital for work like he would any other day....

Photo courtesy of Michaela Forouzan and Matthew Allana.

Editorial: brash senior reactions to alternative events are damaging to our community

Highlights May 29, 2020

Ava Seccuro co-editor-in-chief Catherine Gagulashvili co-editor-in-chief   Just before the implementation of online learning, we, as the editorial board, urged you, the senior class, to get more...

Image of last year’s seniors before prom, photo courtesy of Cindy Newman

Seniors disappointed about loss of events

Highlights May 20, 2020

Emma Newman staff writer As a result safer-at-home, senior events such as grad night and prom have been cancelled, and graduation has been made entirely virtual. The majority of the 72 seniors who responded...

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Students with family in medical field emotionally impacted by coronavirus crisis

Highlights May 15, 2020

Candice Anvari staff writer His mom leaves the house every day at around 7 a.m., but junior Koa Voca was never scared to see his mom go off to work until the coronavirus spread in the U.S. His mom assures...

Photo courtesy of Ava Seccuro

School closure prematurely ends last spring season for seniors

Highlights May 11, 2020

Alya Mehrtash managing editor Senior athletes have been dealing with the loss of their final spring season due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the consequent closure of schools.  Spring teams, including...

Customers wait outside of a restaurant on Beverly Drive to pick up food. Photo credit to Ava Seccuro.

Community owned businesses impacted by COVID-19

Highlights May 5, 2020

Ava Seccuro co editor in chief Catherine Gagulashvili co editor in chief   Across the community, small business owners, regardless of whether their businesses are deemed “essential”...

Gov. Gavin Newsom could reopen schools in July or August

Gov. Gavin Newsom could reopen schools in July or August

Highlights May 1, 2020

Emma Newman staff writer Gov. Gavin Newsom announced his four-step plan for reopening California on Tuesday. While California is currently on Stage 1 of the plan, with only essential businesses staying...

Photo of medical workers with donated food, courtesy of Meal to Heal.

New program benefits frontline medical workers, local businesses; unifies community

Highlights May 1, 2020

Leia Gluckman staff writer Watching the news one night, Laura Margo saw a story about a pizzeria in Belmar, New Jersey, Frederico’s Pizzeria, that has taken out a loan to keep their employees staffed...

The photo was taken by sophomore Caprice Neman, who took the picture for photography teacher Timothy Briggs’ photography project. The photo was taken and edited on an iPhone. 

Arts programs adjust curriculum, adapt to “stay-at-home”

Highlights April 27, 2020

  Visual and performing arts programs, including drawing and painting, theater and photography, have been forced to alter assignments as a result of conditions caused by the safer-at-home order.  Students...

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