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Water damage impacts classrooms after Thanksgiving break

Water damage impacts classrooms after Thanksgiving break

Highlights December 5, 2019

Ava Seccuro co-editor-in-chief Minor water damage occurred over the Thanksgiving break in two classrooms near the second floor patio, but are now enduring a “fairly involved repair,” Director of Maintenance...

Swim Gym pool water test results and student opinions

Highlights October 21, 2015

This post was updated on October 29 to reflect administration's efforts to improve the pool's condition. https://youtu.be/C4A8EO9icoM Swim Gym pool found not in standard range for 4 out of 10 areas Jamie...

Junior dives into Olympic trials

Junior dives into Olympic trials

Highlights May 28, 2015

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6wcc32_Efsw]   Lauren Hannani, cub writer Sydney Tran, cub writer As the Olympic games of 2016 approach, one particular student dives into practice in order...

Beverly Hills plays role in massive drought

Highlights April 23, 2015

Guy Ginsberg sports editor What’s the problem? Calif. Gov. Jerry Brown issued an executive order directing the State Water Resources Control Board to reduce the state’s 400 local water supply agencies...

Graham begins as swim co-head coach

Highlights March 2, 2015

Celine Rezvani, staff writer Swim’s new co-head coach, Donald Graham, began his first week of coaching this week. Graham has coached several teams before, both at the club level and at college level...

The drought hits home. Photo by: Jackson Prince

Californians, Normans take action in midst of historic drought

Highlights October 10, 2014

Eleanor Bogart-Stuart, staff writer Jackson Prince, co-editor-in-chief California is currently in the midst of a true environmental crisis. For the past few years, with each watering of the Front Lawn...

Impending drought raises concern

Highlights January 15, 2014

Dani Klemes, web editor-in-chief Though most Southern Californians are accustomed to “L.A. winters”—months reputable for their 70 degree weather and seemingly non-existent precipitation—residents...

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