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PRINT EDITION October

October 25, 2014

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



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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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Escape from Reality

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“I’ll sacrifice myself. Run, run, run,” Chris Lee ’16 commands with one hand on the keyboard of his computer and the other continuously clicking his mouse. Lee strategizes with Brandon Kuwada ’16, planning the best way to destroy the other team’s nexus, or base.

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Facebook Facade

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Last year, University of Michigan freshman Jonathan Felker ’14 changed his Facebook name to “nutsackface.’’ It was part of a tradition where seniors change their Facebook names to a pun or a joke so colleges can’t find their postings. For Felker, the tradition backfired.

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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.

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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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