German zoologist speaks to biology classes on research of orangutans

German zoologist Graham Banes recounted his experiences with orangutans and highlighted the scientific similarities between orangutans and humans  to multiple biology classes March 21. For the past six years, Banes lived in the jungles of Borneo, the third largest island in the world, and resided in close contact with orangutans. “After living in Borneo for […]

German zoologist Graham Banes recounted his experiences with orangutans and highlighted the scientific similarities between orangutans and humans  to multiple biology classes March 21. For the past six years, Banes lived in the jungles of Borneo, the third largest island in the world, and resided in close contact with orangutans. “After living in Borneo for […]

Wall street veteran speaks to students and alumni at first Business and Entrepreneurship Network event

Wall Street and investment banking veteran George J. Rohlinger advised students and alumni at the Business and Entrepreneurship Network’s first student-alumni event March 19 in Ahmanson Lecture Hall. The event was organized by Chief Financial Officer and Business of Life teacher Rob Levin and head of the alumni entrepreneurial network Nate Snyder ’94, who chose Rohlinger […]

Wall Street veteran to speak to business classes

The Harvard-Westlake Business and Entrepreneurship group will host its first speaker event open to all students after school today. George J. Rohlinger will speak about his many successes on Wall Street and all the secrets he has learned in the business world, Kelly Crosson ’14 said. Rohlinger is a Wall Street veteran and also holds […]

Young team takes on Loyola in first match

The boys’ volleyball team lost almost its entire starting lineup to graduation, but this year’s squad features a strong base of juniors and sophomores who hope to be a strong force in the Mission League routinely. Loyola, who routinley has one of the best boys’ volleyball programs in the nation, is expected to earn another […]

Boys' soccer squad defeats top ranked Alemany 1-0 at senior night

With seniors playing their last game on Ted Slavin Field tonight, the boys’ soccer team closed their last home game of the season with a convincing 1-0 victory over top ranked Alemany The Wolverine defense was aggressive all nigh and was led by goalie Ryan Shelly ’15 who saved key shots for the squad. The […]

Boys' soccer team ties Chaminade 1-1

After a late surge by the boys’ soccer team in the second half to oust Notre Dame 5-2 last Friday, the Wolverines were able to come away with a tie against Chaminade tonight at Ted Slavin Field. The clubs’ previous matchup against Chaminade resulted in a 2-1 loss Jan. 15, but this time they were […]