Students host homeless migration simulation

Students organized a simulation in which participants mimicked the movement of the homeless population in Downtown LA on Ted Slavin Field Monday. Charles Connon ’18, who spearheaded the project, said he decided to host the simulation as a part of the documentary he is making for a fellowship studying the culture of LA. Connon said […]

Movie Mondays highlights diversity

The new Movie Mondays committee, which screens movies that highlight diversity, presented their first movie, “Hidden Figures,” to students before Peer Support on Monday. Science teacher and Coordinator of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Nate Cardin, affinity group leaders and students created the monthly events to highlight diverse voices. The committee said that the goal of […]

Get Lit slam poets visit school

To foster more interest in slam poetry, four members of Get Lit, a non-profit literary organization in Los Angeles, performed during the junior class meeting Sept. 15.   Get Lit, whose mission is to “use poetry to increase literacy, empower youth and inspire communities,” according to its website, is known for its Get Lit Players, […]

Community rallies together after series of hurricanes, storms

Community rallies together after series of hurricanes, storms

Only days after Hurricane Harvey dissipated, Hurricane Irma was devastating islands in the Caribbean, regions of Florida and affecting members of the school community. Though not as powerful as Harvey, Hurricane Irma generated its own physical, financial and emotional challenges that have impacted millions. Former Chronicle News Editor Cole Feldman ’16 was at Emory University when news […]

Slow and steady wins the race

Slow and steady wins the race

I guess you could say that it started with a song. Like every summer hit it made its way onto the airwaves in late May and had taken the radios by storm within a few weeks. Naturally, by the time summer officially rolled around, my friends and I were absolutely sick of – yet hooked […]

Milo Sini to act as new Health Officer

After serving in the upper school trainers’ office, Milo Sini assumed the newly minted position of Community Health Officer. “I’m in charge of the overall general health of the student body and anything that that would entail: anywhere from making sure that our kids are physically healthy, that they’re properly taken care of and such.” […]

Alyse Tran ’18 studied herbal medicine in Vietnam

Alyse Tran ’18 studied herbal medicine in Vietnam

After receiving the Asia Initiative Fellowship, Alyse Tran ’18 studied herbal medicine in Vietnam this summer for her HWGo! project. Tran said that she wanted to take advantage of the opportunity to connect to her heritage while pursuing one of her interests. Though Tran spent the majority of her trip in Ho Chi Minh City, […]

BLACC members bond on annual retreat

Following the success of their first retreat last year, student and faculty members of the Black Leadership, Awareness and Culture Club held bonding exercises and workshops Aug. 19. The retreat, which was held again at the Middle School, featured icebreakers, games and group discussions for students to better foster connections. Keynote speaker Kena Dorsey shared […]

Club sells smoothies for literacy programs

Students sold Jamba Juice smoothies to support the non- profit Pencils of Promise today on the quad. According to its website, the organization aims to increase literacy rates around the world by building schools and providing educational resources to teachers and students. The charity is currently working in Ghana, Guatemala, Laos and Nicaragua with programs […]

Math teacher to retire

Completing her 34 year tenure with the school, math teacher Beverly Feulner will retire at the end of the school year to return to her roots in Pennsylvania with her husband, science teacher John Feulner. “I’ve done my duty, I think,” Feulner said. “My husband and I are both from Pennsylvania, and we’re moving back […]