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The Student News Site of Beverly Hills High School

Highlights

Highlights

Life is too short to drink mediocre coffee, so don’t go to Philz

Life is too short to drink mediocre coffee, so don’t go to Philz

Highlights May 27, 2022

Defne Onal managing editor  In the former home of The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, San-Francisco based coffee chain Philz Coffee opened its tenth location in Beverly Hills. From the get-go, the...

Senior Victor Buschauds Beach Building

Advanced Architecture student inspired by buildings in Singapore

Highlights May 24, 2022

Using AutoCAD and other mediums, senior Victor Buschaud promotes environmentalism with his Singaporean "Beach Building" in his Advanced Architecture class. Throughout making the building, Buschaud introduces...

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Supreme Court plans to overturn abortion rights cases, students react

Highlights May 13, 2022

Defne Onal managing editor  POLITICO released a leaked draft majority opinion from the U.S. Supreme Court that would overrule Roe v. Wade (1973) and Planned Parenthood of Southern Pennsylvania...

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‘Fantastic Beasts’ series proves to be unnecessary continuation of ‘Harry Potter’

Highlights April 28, 2022

Defne Onal managing editor  As a long-time die-hard Harry Potter fan, I still go to every screening of the “Fantastic Beasts” movies. Unfortunately, I grow more disappointed with each movie’s...

Cordycep Monument portrays a statue in ancient ruins that would be infested by parasitic fungi called cortisol using Procreate.  I had the fungi infest a remnant of a lost civilization like a live statue. If this were a game, youd be able to interact with it and it would say some weird riddle, Yang said.

AP Studio Art student concocts fungal universe through design 

Highlights March 10, 2022

Defne Onal managing editor Using Procreate and other mediums, senior Tina Yang promotes the study of mycology with her series "Myco" in her AP Studio Art class. Throughout her series, Yang introduces...

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UC Berkeley might cut student admissions, students react

Highlights March 1, 2022

 Defne Onal managing editor The University of California, Berkeley may have to reject thousands of students who would otherwise have been offered admission for fall 2022 because of an appellate...

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As a Russian, I am angered by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

Highlights March 1, 2022

Kate Kotlyar copy editor I am Russian and I am angered by Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine.  While I am ethnically Ukrainian and Moldovan, my parents grew up in the Soviet Union, went to...

Social Media is Damaging to Personal Relationships

Social Media is Damaging to Personal Relationships

Highlights May 1, 2021

Teens tend to communicate across many different social media platforms.  Our phones are often the first thing we touch when starting our day. Over 35 percent of people use their phones first thing...

We need to expand the discussion of contraception in the curriculum

We need to expand the discussion of contraception in the curriculum

Highlights April 26, 2021

Defne Onal staff writer  When I took health as an elective requirement my freshman year, I remember being utterly dissatisfied with the lesson we had on Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs). I...

“With what we are given right now, Max has honestly stepped up like I would have never imagined,” Jeremy Shuman said.
Photo taken by William Harris.

How the football leader has been leading the team

Highlights November 9, 2020

Benji Maman staff writer Despite obstacles resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, senior Max Menache has stepped up as a leader for the football team. Menache fulfills duties like sending players daily...

Watchtower understaffed for 2020-2021 school year

Watchtower understaffed for 2020-2021 school year

Highlights March 12, 2020

Candice Anvari staff writer As a result of under-enrollment, Watchtower Yearbook could potentially be shut down for the 2020-2021 school year. Currently, the publication’s staff members and adviser...

Journalism students take Superior at national convention

Journalism students take ‘Superior’ at national convention

Highlights May 2, 2019

Jude Binkley staff writer As participants of the National High School Journalism Convention, four students from the journalism program travelled to Anaheim, California, to listen to speakers, attend breakout...

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