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May 22, 2015

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



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7th annual STEMfest features apps, social research, free food

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Nitrogen-infused ice cream, smartphone apps, robotic presentations, statistical research projects and free tacos were highlights of the seventh annual STEMfest held on the quad during a special activities period May 20.

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Changing Faces

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The use of plastic surgery to “Westernize” facial features has become increasing popular in recent years among various ethnic groups and by teenagers wanting to fit in.

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A necessary conversation

A yearlong campus dialogue on gender issues culminated with a presentation by anti-sexist activist Jackson…

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You code like a girl

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Whenever I tell people that I plan to pursue a career in technology, I always meet the same response: “Wow. You don’t seem like that kind of person.”

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Fostering community

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While the lipstick “vandalism” incident last month may have disappeared from most people’s minds, I can’t help but remember the conversations it sparked during both my seventh period Chronicle class and on the quad days after.

Please lay off the college questions

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Like in Flatland, individuals in the college process are seen merely as points and lines instead of being seen in their full shape. The focus should not be on the results and the statistics of a student’s college admissions process, which are merely a shadow of who these people are. The focus should be on how they got to where they are.

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Upper School Dean Sharon Cuseo found a gift from a student sitting on her desk. It was a beautiful textile with an intricate pattern made from gorgeous materials. Cuseo wrapped it around herself like a shawl and walked around with it draped over her outfit. Several days later, when she talked to the student who had given her the gift, she learned that the shawl was actually a rug.

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Danielle Stolz's In-N-Out-inspired watercolor, "I'll Take It To Go," received a Scholastic Art & Writing Silver Medal.

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