Cafeteria sells new Preciado sandwich

Several times a week since 2009, Attendance Coordinator Gabriel Preciado has requested the same sandwich from the school sandwich bar. But recently, Preciado has been receiving questions and compliments about it from people including Upper School dean Kyle Graham. Now anyone can order “The Preciado” by name. His order consists of a selection of his […]

Swat Team: Q&A with Brad Comisar

When did you start playing volleyball and when did you know it would be your sport? I started playing volleyball in the seventh grade, and I actually didn’t play indoor volleyball. I was strictly a beach volleyball player until one of my P.E. coaches at my elementary school told me I should sign up for […]

College coach takes over boys' basketball program

David Rebibo has been named boys’ basketball program head, the school announced Friday afternoon. He will also be a physical education teacher at the middle school, and will begin with the Wolverines after Spring Break. Rebibo had been an assistant Ccach with the men’s basketball team at the University of San Francisco since 2013. Prior to […]

Musicians play in jazz concert

At the Jazz Band’s “Evening of Jazz Combos” show on Friday and Saturday night, more than 35 songs were played by eight combos. “It was a great experience getting to play in a small group and getting to know the other Jazz musicians at Harvard-Westlake,” drummer Sophia Dienstag ’17 said. The combos ranged from four […]

Wolverines suffer close defeats

Early in the season, the boys’ volleyball team has lost two close games at home, and stands at 2-2 overall, and 1-2 in the Mission League. Anchored by a strong senior class, the Wolverines have won comfortably against Oaks Christian and Crespi. However, their losses to Notre Dame and Alemany have both been close, as […]

Coach points to dedication as key to potential playoff run

The boys’ soccer team has achieved second place in the Mission League with 7-3-1 league record “The most important thing for us to do is to simply show more intensity with the way we play,” goalkeeper Michael Gaven ‘18 said, “We need to give 100 percent the whole time, and we need to hustle to […]

Don't let drugs or alcohol negatively impact the school

Following recent allegations of students attending the home basketball game against Loyola while under the influence of alcohol and drugs, the editorial board agreed that the issue of substance use on campus and at school-related events should be addressed. It is common knowledge that drugs and alcohol are a presence on almost every high school […]

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