Puppies helped midterm assessment test-takers alleviate stress again Thursday, courtesy of the Prefect Council.
Science teacher Jim Brink, who died in a car accident on Nov. 12, was honored with videos, pictures and songs during the 1st and 3rd Wednesday Assembly on Nov. 19.
An investigative report by NBC News in October on cancer clusters in young soccer players prompted questions from parents and a review by the school of the safety of the artificial turf on upper school and middle school playing fields and the threat that these crumb rubber pellets may pose.
By Pim Otero
All Upper School choirs performed in the annual winter holiday concert, “Gloria: Rejoice & Sing”, Friday evening at the First Presbyterian Church of Santa Monica, conducted by Choral Director Rodger Guerrero.
By Henry Vogel
A debater earned a first bid to the Tournament of Champions after placing second in the Silver and Black Invitational Dec. 4 through Dec. 8. Of the five sophomore debaters that entered the tournament, three reached the round of elimination.
By Angela Chon
Prefect Council and Social Committee kicked off Winterfest with cookie decorating in the lounge and…
By Henry Vogel
The varsity girls’ basketball team capped off a seven-game winning streak with a 38-28 victory over Burroughs High School in the Burroughs Tournament championship Dec. 13.
By Jake Liker
Nearly four months to the day after undergoing Tommy John surgery, Max Fried ’12 will be one of four San Diego Padres prospects dealt to the Atlanta Braves in exchange for All-Star outfielder Justin Upton.
More postseason awards continue to pile in for the top-ranked boys’ water polo team, as all-area awards were released today prominently featuring the Wolverines.
Rush to class. Rush through notes. Rush out. Rush to practice, then rush home for…
My teachers taught me how to be passionate. Watching my history teachers dive into detailed stories of the past and my English teachers stir up debate among my peers showed me how to channel my enthusiasm into compelling discussion.
To most, horror is often set-aside as second-class “B” movie genre. Yet, there is so much more to horror movies than meets the eye.
By Carly Berger
Oct. 27 marked the beginning of a new era in my life, the start of my transition away from Harvard-Westlake into, well, the real world. No, I didn’t submit my application to college or receive an acceptance letter, but something more significant happened: Taylor Swift’s album “1989” came out.
17 percent of female students polled use birth control pills. While some use the pill for contraception, others use it to relieve period symptoms and to clear skin.
Delilah Napier’s ’15 documentary called “The Lingering War” on the history of Laos during the…