First year returns cut due to market corrections

The Chronicle investment program’s portfolio, consisting of Starbucks and Wilder Clean Energy ETF, has made a 36 percent return over its first year. The portfolio started with a. balance of $5,000 to invest in moral business endeavors. Starbucks started at $76.48 per share and Wilder Clean Energy started at $27.34 per share when we purchased […]

Team suffers first loss of the season

Today, the boys’ golf team lost 185-205 to Loyola High School at Lakeside Golf Club. This was its first loss of the season, moving their record to 2-1 after the team beat Buckley High School and Notre Dame High School. While the team did not perform to expectation, the root of the problem was its […]

The healthcare debate: stay gold, USA

The healthcare debate: stay gold, USA

As the 2020 presidential candidate field narrows, healthcare has emerged as a central issue this election, being debated and discussed extensively on the national stage. On the progressive end of the spectrum, Senator Bernie Sanders and Senator Elizabeth Warren lead the initiative for Medicare for All, whereas the more moderate candidates such as former mayor […]

The Issue: Mental Illness

The Issue: Mental Illness

The increased awareness of mental illness in professional sports has changedthe way athletes talk about mental healthas a societal issue. Addressing the Stigma: In the early months of 2018, two NBA players made waves when stories were released about them. But these weren’t the normal articles in the sports news cycle; it was two well-known […]

Team looks to go far in Division I

Team looks to go far in Division I

The girls’ soccer team is currently ranked second in Mission League behind Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy. Both teams are neck and neck in league, but the Wolverines are 10-2-3 while the Tologs are 9-2. As the playoff picture develops, winning every game will be essential to the Wolverines’ chance at a league title defender Natalie […]

Squad opens league play with a win

Squad opens league play with a win

The girls’ soccer team defeated Marymount High School 4-2 at home today in their league opener.  During winter break, the team played four games winning three and tying one in the NEPS showcase. They defeated Plano West High School Jan. 2 6-0, Lake Travis High School Jan. 3 3-1, and Keller High School Jan. 4 […]

Squad impresses in first outing of season

Squad impresses in first outing of season

The girls’ soccer team started its season strong, with hopes to win its third Orange County Winter Showcase. During their home opener against El Dorado High School on Dec. 3, the Wolverines tied 0-0, helping them maintain their high seed position for the OC Winter Showcase.With this momentum, the squad traveled to Northwood High School. […]

Dawn of a Dynasty

Dawn of a Dynasty

As the buzzer went off, captain and forward Astor Wu ’20 realized that the LAFHA Championship game was over. Looking up from her stance, she locked eyes with captain and midfielder Rachel Brown ’20 and the feeling of victory finally sank in. “Within a split second, I just remember sprinting into a cluster of girls […]

Watch the Throne

Watch the Throne

It was Sunday morning and his 9:45 a.m. alarm went off. Alec Reece ’20 walked into his closet, threw on his Indianapolis Colts jersey, and immediately checked Twitter for fantasy football updates. For the “Joe Momma” Fantasy Football League consisting of solely Harvard-Westlake seniors, buzzing off your hair, dying it, eating ghost peppers and eating […]

Back-to-Back-to-Back

The field hockey team finished undefeated for a third consecutive season and won its third consecutive Los Angeles Field Hockey Association(LAFHA) Championship. The team has not lost or tied a game since the 2016season and has won four consecutive league championships as well. This year, the senior captains consisted of midfielder Rachel Brown ’20, midfielder […]

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