Wrestling loses second league match

Wrestling loses second league match

Varsity Wrestling lost 54-6 against Alemany on Jan. 17, marking their second loss of the season. Riley Ruiz ’20 said that despite the loss, he was proud of the team’s effort. “Every wrestled hard and well in their matches. Three of our freshmen Lucas Li [’21], Viswa Douglas [’21] and Kanoa Young [’21] all pulled […]

APES Classes take field trip to hillside

Advanced Placement Environmental Science classes surveyed the biodiversity of various plant species across from campus on Coldwater Canyon during the past two weeks. The purpose of their experiments was to analyze the type, population and proportion of the plants present across the street. The APES students will soon be tasked with comparing their data from […]

DEI department to host UCLA speaker

The Department of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion will host an Educating and Engaging event Oct. 24 to inform attendees about the importance of equity in the community. UCLA Professor and Associate Dean of Equity and Inclusion Tyrone Howard will speak at the event. An invitation was extended through the SoCal People of Color to the […]

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Lola Clark ’17 steps on a bus, ready for a six-hour drive to Clemson University in South Carolina. While many of her peers are spending their spring breaks resting at home or traveling, Clark is preparing to see her 10th college in the past five days as part of a school-run tour. “I went into […]

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