Actress Beanie Feldstein advocates for women

Actress Beanie Feldstein advocates for women

In place of La Femme’s annual EMPOWER conference, actress Beanie Feldstein ’11, who starred in the critically acclaimed movies “Lady Bird” and “Booksmart,” spoke with students about her identity as a woman and her experience in the entertainment industry through an online video call. To kick off the event, EMPOWER leaders Dahlia Low ’20 and […]

Rebibo Voted Coach of the Year by Students

Rebibo Voted Coach of the Year by Students

While Basketball Program Head David Rebibo led the Wolverines to plenty of success and multiple CIF championships over the past few years, the 2019-2020 boys’ team is arguably his finest work to date. Competing in the CIF-SS Open Division, in which a number of ESPN ranked four and five-star players participated, Rebibo’s squad finished the […]

Boys Team of the Year: Water Polo

Boys Team of the Year: Water Polo

Despite winning the 2018 CIF Division I title over Newport Harbor High School, the boys’ water polo team found itself ranked second behind its rival in the 2019 CIF preseason poll, just as the Wolverines began their quest to repeat as champions. “A lot of people actually saw our win from the year before as […]

Alumni and Students sign letter to Harvard-Westlake

This is a copy of a letter addressed to President Rick Commons, published with permission of Sophie Mancall-Bitel. Dear Mr. Commons: We are Harvard-Westlake alumni and current students. We write to respectfully insist that Harvard-Westlake (i) craft a comprehensive Middle and Upper School curricula plan addressing systemic racism and police brutality; (ii) release that plan […]

Shutting down for the environment

Although the global shutdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic has wreaked havoc in humans’ daily lives, it has also affected our environment in various ways. Just two months ago, Angelenos lined up in their cars on the 101 Freeway as they headed to work. As they sat worrying about whether or not they would arrive […]

Survivor Winners at War breakdown: Episode 10

Survivor Winners at War breakdown: Episode 10

Welcome to the weekly Survivor: Winners at War breakdown and award ceremony, our fifth of the year. With the loved ones visit and a hectic tribal council, we have a lot to talk about. Let’s get right into it. Most Valuable Player: Given to the player who contributed the most to this episode Reims: Part […]

A new, unpredictable normal

A new, unpredictable normal

Once we come back to school, I imagine that we’ll all passionately embrace. As we grip each other tightly, our cheeks will be tomato-red not just because our computer cameras no longer hide our small blemishes of acne, but because we are excited to see each other. Just like the chaos that ensued at the […]

Girls basketball uses strong first half to advance in CIF State Playoffs

Girls basketball uses strong first half to advance in CIF State Playoffs

The girls basketball team defeated Marlborough High School 65-50 March 5, advancing to the quarterfinal of CIF State playoffs. Previous Games In its last game, the squad defeated North Torrance High School 66-54 after pulling away in the fourth quarter. Forward Kiki Iriafen ’21 finished with 20 points for the Wolverines, while guard Melissa Zozulenko […]

Numbers Never Lie

Numbers Never Lie

In 2017, the football program made news by making an $8000 investment into a remote-controlled tackling dummy created by Rogers Athletic, which specializes in creating football practice equipment. The then undefeated football team was on ABC News and was featured practicing with the dummy, which is designed to improve practice techniques, while also reducing the […]

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