The girls’ restroom on the first floor of the Seaver Academic Center was shut down to student use on Feb. 23 after the restroom was vandalized with purple lipstick several times with messages such as “You can’t stop us.”
Reports that students were intoxicated at the boys’ basketball game against Loyola Jan. 23 prompted administrators to pull students out of the crowd and suspend four students, students said.
An investigation into student complaints about the digital storytelling trip to Cuba over semester break, though disputed by organizers, has led to changes in school policy for trips.
A fundraising event hosted by the restaurant Hamburger Hamlet Feb. 23 will benefit the Michael…
The African-American Alumni Network welcomed guests into the Feldman-Horn Gallery Feb. 25 for its third annual Jazz and Poetry Lounge with jazz standards performed by the Jazz Explorers band and foods including macaroni and cheese, garlic bread, salad and lemon bars.
By Henry Vogel
A full cast list and rehearsal room schedule for the Playwrights Festival was announced by performing arts teacher Christopher Moore in an email Monday to all of the auditioning students.
Cinema Club hosted its first meeting after school on Feb. 23, when they screened the film “Reservoir Dogs.” The movie was shown in Ahmanson Lecture Hall, the same classroom where the course Cinema Studies is taught. Snacks were provided for moviegoers before and during the screening.
Despite 26 points from Alex Copeland ’15, a historical shooting performance from Mission Prep carried the Royals to a 91-82 win, eliminating the Wolverines in the quarterfinals for the fourth straight year.
By Tyler Graham
The boys’ soccer team beat Camarillo in dramatic fashion yesterday to improve their overall record to 14-3-1 and advance to the second round of CIF Playoffs. Myles Pindus ’15 scored the only goal of the game to give the Wolverines a 1-0 win.
Behind another dominant scoring performance from Alex Copeland ’15 and a historical rebounding output from Noah Gains ’15, the varsity boys’ basketball team took another playoff win over Rancho Mirage, and will head to the CIF-SS Division 4AA quarterfinals on Tuesday.
Following recent allegations of students attending the home basketball game against Loyola while under the…
As I look forward to graduating from Harvard-Westlake and entering my adult life, I realize that I am completely unprepared to be a voting citizen.
By Leily Arzy
It is only natural to want a change of pace: to experience new things, try…
The truth was, and still is: we’re more than just cute. Or brainy, or hard-working, or socially awkward, or submissive, or artsy, or wise, or sexually attractive, or asexual, for that matter.
Krista McClain Chemistry teacher Krista McClain has been married to her husband Christian for about…
The Alliance for Young Artists & Writers awarded 35 students with Scholastic Art and Writing…