Student Choir Groups Star in "Lights, Cabaret, Action!"

Bel Canto, Chamber Singers, and Wolverine Chorus performed in the biennial cabaret show, Lights, Cabaret, Action! on May 23, 24 in Rugby Auditorium at 7 p.m. The Hollywood movie themed cabaret was divided into two acts, both of which opened with the HW Jazz Singers. The show featured solos from Daniel Davila performing “Kiss from […]

Receptionist to serve as dean coordinator

After almost two years at Harvard-Westlake, receptionist Lynn Miller will be taking the position of summer school and dean’s office coordinator as Ryan Wilson goes back to teaching English at the Middle School. Wilson has held the position for six years and decided to go back to teaching eighth and ninth grade English because he […]

Robotics competes regionally in Madera

The Robotics Club participated in the third Central Valley Regional FIRST Robotics Competition at Madera South High School in Madera, Calif. from March 7 to March 9 and prepared for the Los Angeles Regional FIRST Robotics Competition in Long Beach on March 20 through March 22. “We honestly did not do very well,” Robotics co-captain […]

Robotics team competes this weekend in Long Beach

The Robotics Club  competes beginning tomorrow through Saturday in the Los Angeles Regional FIRST Robotics Competition in Long Beach. The team participated in the third Central Valley Regional FIRST Robotics Competition at Madera South High School in Madera, Calif. from March 7 to March 9 and to prepare for it. “We honestly did not do […]

Student marches in Christmas parade

Max Cho ’15 marched in the Hollywood Christmas Parade Dec. 1 for the fourth year in a row. He has been a member of the Pacific American Volunteer Association, a non-profit organization where students participate in various community service activities, for four years and was recently appointed Junior National President. Every year, PAVA members organize […]

Robotics club starts offseason project, plans to join competitions

The robotics club has started its offseason project and decided to enter one more tournament in addition to competing in the For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology Robotics Competition in Long Beach. This year’s offseason project consists of building autonomous robots. Members were divided into groups of five to six students, and each […]

Cycling club rides in first CicLAvia

The cycling club joined thousands of other cyclists to participate in their first CicLAvia event as a group. Held Oct. 6, the eighth CicLAvia event since its  start in downtown Los Angeles in 2010, welcomed cyclists as well as pedestrians to ride or walk down typically car-heavy streets. “A number of people have gone to […]

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