Girls’ water polo defeats Los Altos to move onto CIF quarterfinals

Girls’ water polo defeats Los Altos to move onto CIF quarterfinals

The Girls’ water polo team defeated Los Altos 13-6 in the first round of the CIF Division III playoffs Feb. 15. The squad was aggressive and dominant, leading for the entirety of the game. Villanova commit Camille Oswald ’17 scored six goals, topping the scoresheet and singlehandedly tying the Conquerors. Princeton commit Paige Thompson ’17 […]

Tatted Teens

Tatted Teens

When talk show host Wendy Williams asked reality star Kim Kardashian if she had any tattoos, Kardashian responded, “Would you put a bumper sticker on a Bentley?” While some students, like Kardashian, think that tattoos deface one’s body, others see them as a form of self-expression and appreciate them for their individuality. “The Bentley will […]

Wolverines named to All-Mission League teams

Four volleyball players, Pearl Accord ’17, Chloe Mueller ’19, Lindsey Kelly ’19, and Bella Hedley ’18 were all named to All-Mission League teams. A photo posted by Harvard-Westlake Athletics (@hwathletics) on Jan 6, 2017 at 4:17pm PST Pearl Accord ’17, outside hitter, and Chloe Mueller ’18, opposite, were named to the All-Mission League first team. […]

Girls’ basketball wins Mission League home opener

The girls’ basketball team won their first league game 59-24 against Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy Jan. 1. Girls Basketball: @HWgirlshoops wins the Mission League opener by a score of 59-24 over FSHA. Go Wolverines! A video posted by Harvard-Westlake Athletics (@hwathletics) on Jan 5, 2017 at 8:54pm PST This win resulted in the team accumulating an […]

Girls’ golf season comes to a close

The girls’ golf team’s season came to an end Monday, when they were eliminated in the Team Division Championship round of the CIF playoffs.  The tournament concludes a season that saw the team finish with a perfect 7-0 record and victories in both league tournaments. Josie Baker ’18 led the Wolverines with a 1-over 71. […]

Do you hear the people sing?

The voices of two dozen students singing echo throughout the halls of the first floor of Chalmers, evoking the revolutionary atmosphere of Paris 200 years ago. The music is coming from the dance studio, where rehearsals for the fall musical “Les Miserables” are well under way. Rehearsals began Sep. 12, and the musical will feature […]

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