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November 1, 2014

THE ONLINE STUDENT NEWSPAPER
OF HARVARD-WESTLAKE SCHOOL
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA



Stephen Hakim '17 takes chocolate provided by Social Committee.

Upper School celebrates Halloween

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Students came to the upper campus dressed in costumes ranging from fruit to Roman emperors. To celebrate the day, Prefect Council hosted a costume contest and gave out candy. Social Committee also hosted a pumpkin carving contest.

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Fair Game

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Exclusive Special Feature: While female athletic teams prove their prowess on the court, field and in the pool, the majority of students believe they are treated differently than their male counterparts.

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Monday

Jay Z and Kanye West’s song “Otis” played in the background Saturday as students, poets and teachers from all over the Los Angeles area nodded, observing a complicated array of artistically placed lines of poetry on the pale yellow keynote page projected in Rugby Auditorium.



Sports

Kicker Matthew Glick '15 and the rest of the "bomb squad" prepare to kick off the ball.

Wolverines beat Salesian in Halloween showdown

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Friday

Harvard-Westlake beat Salesian 28-14 tonight to improve their record to 6-3 overall, and 2-2 in the Angelus League. This win puts the Wolverines in third place in the Angelus League, giving them an inside track to a playoff spot.



Opinion

Jacob Goodman

Rationalizing college dreams

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There is too much advice in my life right now. And it’s all about college. My dean, parents, friends, other deans, admissions officers, are endless supplies of application edits, acceptance percentages, and other relevant college data.

Features

Fake ID Capture

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Students mask their identities on days of the year, other than Halloween. According to a Chronicle poll, more than 10 percent of students use fake IDs to buy alcohol and cigarettes and to get into bars and clubs.

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Of 389 students polled in a Chronicle survey, 65 percent use online reading aids like SparkNotes and Schmoop, both of which provide chapter summaries for books commonly read in English classes as well as analysis.

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