Coronavirus Live Updates: Harvard-Westlake School

Coronavirus Live Updates: Harvard-Westlake School

Update: March 27, 4:12 p.m. People in school community test positive for COVID-19 According to an email sent out by President Rick Commons, several people in the school’s community have tested positive for Coronavirus. Commons also states that the public health authorities have asked everyone to report to Community Health Officer Milo Sini with any […]

Panelists discuss LA’s changing cultural identity during Brown Family Speaker Assembly

Panelists discuss LA’s changing cultural identity during Brown Family Speaker Assembly

Five panelists involved in the Los Angeles arts scene discussed how they each contributed to building a central identity for the city through various mediums, including music, architecture, literature and cuisine, during the Brown Family Distinguished Speaker Assembly on March 10. The speakers included award-winning architect Barbara Bestor, chef of Kogi BBQ Roy Choi (Kaelyn […]

Commons proposes revised River Park plan to City of Los Angeles

In an email to the school community, President Rick Commons announced that the school submitted the draft plan for the River Park athletic facility to the City of Los Angeles, officially initiating the entitlement process. Commons releases revised plan for River Park facility In the past months, administrators involved in the project communicated with members […]

Going Viral: How Coronavirus is affecting Harvard Westlake

Going Viral:                           How Coronavirus is affecting Harvard Westlake

To learn about the latest developments of the coronavirus and Harvard-Westlake’s response, click here. Glancing outside her window at the nearly empty streets, Catherine Zhu, a student at Harvard-Westlake’s sister school WLSA Shanghai Academy, could think only of how badly she wanted to go outside. But Zhu was stuck, one of the millions across China […]

Students participate in Community Service Week

Students participate in Community Service Week

Community Council coordinated the second Community Service Week of the year from Feb. 24 to 27 to raise awareness about homelessness. The week included a bake sale, speakers at the sophomore and junior class meetings and a hands-on activity to assemble hygiene kits at the senior class meeting. The goal of Community Service Week  Michelle […]

BLACC hosts dance for Black History Month

BLACC hosts dance for Black History Month

The Black Leadership Awareness and Culture Club (BLACC) hosted the BLACC Out Dance in honor of Black History Month on Friday. BLACC leader Skylar Graham ’20, who coordinated the event, said she intended the dance to be a celebration of Black History Month for students from high schools within the Los Angeles area, not just […]

Delegates awarded at MUN

Delegates awarded at MUN

For their third conference of the year, 15 Model United Nations Club members traveled to the 57th North American Invitational Model United Nations (NAIMUN) Conference at Georgetown University from Feb. 13 to 15. Convention participants acted as delegates from various countries, debating topics that ranged from protection of UNESCO World Heritage Sites to climate change, […]

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