The Class of 2014 graduated on Ted Slavin Field Friday in President Rick Commons’ first commencement ceremony. Speakers included salutatorian Joey Lieberman ’14 and valedictorian Zoe Bohn ’14. Molly Cinnamon ’14 was awarded the Veritas Award and Tom Thorne ’14 the Bishop’s Medal.
Mid-year assessments will replace midterms next year and will be held in December the week before winter break. There will be two 90-minute exams each day.
The girls’ track and field team won the Division III title at CIF Championships. Eight athletes from the track and field program qualified for CIF Masters May 30.
Five seniors defeated five science teachers in a 12 minute-long Science Bowl match during STEMfest May 21.
Annual Giving donations for the past year have exceeded $7.2 million, making Harvard-Westlake the first…
Scene Monkey, actor and lacrosse player Joey Lieberman ’14 will deliver this year’s salutatory address, typically a funny and light-hearted speech, at graduation June 6.
Instead of traveling to New York this fall to start at Cornell University, Eojin Choi ’14 will travel to Nepal to start her gap year.
By Sam Sachs
The baseball team’s road back to Dodger Stadium reached its end May 27 with a 3-1 loss to Edison in the second round of CIF playoffs.
By Tyler Graham
Two Wolverines competed at the New Balance National Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Greensboro, N.C. June 15. Courtney Corrin ’16 finished runner-up in the girls’ long jump while David Manahan finished 16th in the boys’ 800-meter.
Michael Genender ’14 defeated Austin Rapp of Palm Desert 6-3, 6-4 to win the CIF-SS Singles Title yesterday.
It’s been a while since the first letter, but we hope you’re still willing to be pen pals. Your duties are hefty, we know, but we’ve seen you often on the quad ready to stop and chat. So if you have a minute to spare, we’ve got a little something to draw you even closer to the student experience: a progress report.
The “judgment” and measurement that we face as students isn’t conducive to success at an actual job.
Ever since I started high school, my biggest fear has not been the SAT or not getting enough sleep; it’s fortune cookies.
After wreaking havoc at many schools across the country, the popular app Yik Yak recently made its way here.
The switch from private to public institutions means adjusting to larger lecture sizes, increased diversity and a bigger student body.
Seniors displayed their favorite pieces of art they created for other students, parents and faculty at the Senior Art Show, which was scheduled to be held May 27 in the Feldman-Horn Gallery from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.