Quarters for a Cause deadline extended to Feb. 23

The Quarters for a Cause fundraiser deadline has been extended to Feb. 23 in an effort to raise more money for Laundry Love. As of the 1st and 3rd Wednesday assembly today, students and faculty had donated a total of $60. The Community and Character Committee hopes to raise this to $1,000. If $1,000 is […]

Charity event to benefit Laundry Love

The Community and Character Committee is holding the Quarters for a Cause fundraiser to benefit Laundry Love, an organization that helps the homeless by doing their laundry. Deans will have jugs in their offices for their students to deposit donations until Feb. 18. The dean group that raises the most money will receive a free […]

Model UN students win at LAIMUN

Elliot Kang ’15 and Carolyn Hong ’17 won awards at a conference the Model United Nations Club attended at Mira Costa High School Dec. 6 – 7. Novices went to the first day of the Los Angeles Invitational Model United Nations conference and presented one topic, while advanced delegates went to two days and presented […]

Assault against women topic at Wednesday assembly

Grace Gerber ’15 talked about her experience being sexually assaulted and shared statistics on rape and sexual assault at the 1st and 3rd Wednesday Assembly Dec. 3. Gerber began her announcement by asking every female student and faculty member in Taper Gym to stand up. “One in five women will be raped,” Gerber said. “And […]

Model UN to attend UCLA conference

The Model UN Club will compete in the Bruin Model United Nations conference at UCLA Nov. 8-9. Club members are preparing by reviewing a Model UN guidebook on writing position papers that club co-president Danielle Brody ’15 received from a Georgetown University summer program. “The manual will allow everyone to familiarize themselves with the proper […]