The Student News Site of Beverly Hills High School


The Student News Site of Beverly Hills High School



GSA, NormanAid host LGBTQ+ sex education webinar

GSA, NormanAid host LGBTQ+ sex education webinar

Highlights April 26, 2021

Emma Newman staff writer  To address a lack of LGBTQ+ education in the health curriculum, GSA and NormanAid teamed up to host an anonymous LGBTQ+ sex education webinar, which will take place on...

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Students, staff advocate for LGBTQ+ representation

Highlights March 14, 2021

Alya Mehrtash editor-in-chief Candice Anvari staff writer Emma Newman staff writer When junior Warren Jacobson took health as a freshman,  he raised his hand to ask a question about sexual...

Editorial: We need to protect LGBTQ+ rights, take action

Highlights October 26, 2019

The words, “you’re fired” have a chilling effect on most. Whether you’re laid off due to corporate reasons or because of a personal error, one can’t help but feel a sense of insecurity: why was...

Queer Eye shatters stereotypes

“Queer Eye” shatters stereotypes

Highlights April 23, 2019

Ava Seccuro staff writer The Fab Five are back on Netflix’s “Queer Eye.” The classic, tear-jerking makeover show continues to revamp the diets, beauty routines and mindsets of lost souls, now focusing...

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Media poses impact on evergrowing transgender community

Highlights March 14, 2019

Ava Seccuro staff writer Over the course of his presidency, Donald Trump has made numerous efforts to exclude marginalized groups. Trump’s policies beginning in October 2018 regarding the transgender...

Love is Love Week gathers support for LGTBQ+ students

‘Love is Love’ Week gathers support for LGTBQ+ students

Highlights February 16, 2018

Lauren Hannani culture editor Priscilla Hopper media manager Valentine’s Day has been around since the 5th century, but this year’s ‘Love is Love’ week here on campus is a first for both students...

The LGBTQ topic raises awareness on the idea of acceptance for all people. I believe we need to accept everybody as they are. Tall, short, skinny, more buff. I just believe that we need to accept people for who they are,” Jackson said.

Contrasting outlooks on LGBTQ community

Highlights May 26, 2016

Priscilla Hopper, cub writer Cathy Lee, cub writer Debby Rasson, cub writer AJ Wolken, cub writer Issues related to LGBTQ, such as same-sex marriage and transgender bathrooms, have been the subject of...

On-campus resources seek to prevent suicide

Highlights December 13, 2014

Lucas Harward, staff writer Suicide is an issue in today’s world, especially among adolescents. Teenagers are in the middle of a complex developmental phase, so any stressor’s effect is expanded....

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