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Danielle Spitz ’18 currently serves as an Assistant News Editor for the Harvard-Westlake Chronicle. On campus, she is also a Peer Support trainee, student ambassador, and leader of one of two Freedom School book clubs. Besides working for the Chronicle, she also pursues her interest in journalism and writing by contributing monthly to the blog for the organization I am That Girl. 

 

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Teresa Suh

On the Chronicle, I am the news editor. I look over stories, layout pages, mentor the juniors and sophomores on staff, and take photos for our paper. Outside of the Chronicle, I am a head of the Soma Club which gives a chance for students and student musicians to volunteer and work at a disability center in Los Angeles. Additionally, I am also a part of the Harvard-Westlake Symphony. Outside of school, I enjoy photography and visiting art museums with friends.

 

 

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My name is Alex Goldstein and I am a sophomore on the Chronicle. So far this year, I have participated mostly in the news section where I hope to continue next year. I love writing stories for the news section and learning about events happening on campus. In my free time I enjoy acting, singing, listening to Broadway show tunes and spending time with friends.

 

 

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My name is Sophie Haber and I am a sophomore on the Chronicle. I mostly help out with the news section, as I like covering and reporting on events on campus. In addition to journalism, I am fascinated by global affairs, and find I can apply my journalistic view of the media to further my understanding of world politics and social issues. In my free time I can be found trying out new recipes in the kitchen, experimenting with different techniques in the dark room or blasting Broadway show tunes in the car with my sister.

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Sammi Handler

I’ve been on staff for three years, starting in the news section. I’ve written articles on alleged drug use, diversity on campus and alleged thefts of neighbors’ property. As Editor-in-Chief this year, I am extremely proud of everyone on our paper. We started this year with the goal of starting conversations, and hopefully we’ve been doing that around campus. Without the Chronicle, I would have chosen to study journalism. Outside of Chronicle, I occasionally help HWTV with sports broadcasts, which also just happens to count for my P.E. credit.

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My name is Jesse Nadel and I’m a senior at Harvard-Westlake. I’m an editor-in-chief of the chronicle this year, which means that I, along with Sammi Handler, read every page and article that gets published in our paper. We also are in charge of leading the discussions about our major content and staff decisions. I feel so lucky to be a part of this amazing staff this year. Outside of the Chronicle, I’m on the school’s debate team and am a Peer Support leader.
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Emory Kim is a sophomore news assistant and photography assistant on The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle.  Serving as a news section head for the Spectrum, she was as a news section head for the Harvard-Westlake Middle School newspaper, the Spectrum. She is a student ambassador and a dancer who participated in the Youth American Grand Prix Last summer, she went to Tanzania to help build a dining hall for the village Arusha. Check out her twitter @emoryhkim for a feed full of fun!

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Anthony Weinraub is a junior currently serving as Assistant News Editor for The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle. Prior to working on The Chronicle, Anthony was Managing Editor of Harvard-Westlake’s middle school publication, The Spectrum. Anthony is a member of Model UN, Amnesty International and Peer Support (even though he’s never attended a Peer Support meeting). Anthony is a native Angeleno who loves to travel and follows politics religiously. Follow him on Twitter @anthony_weinraub for the bigliest feed!

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Indu Pandey is a junior at Harvard-Westlake and a news associate. An active, nationally-ranked varsity Lincoln-Douglas debater , she travels the country to compete in addition to assistant coaching the Chandler School parliamentary team. She was also an opinion columnist for the Harvard-Westlake Middle School’s print magazine, The Spectrum. Pandey frequently volunteers for her local library, where she helps facilitate children’s events for The Pasadena Central Library. A Star Wars devotee and die-hard FC Bayern Munich and German National Team fan, she would like to think she is trilingual, but in reality is utterly incapable of writing Hindi.

 

 

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Jackson Novick

I am the News Copy Editor for the Harvard-Westlake Chronicle. I ensure quality in the publication through careful scrutiny in an article before it meets the page. I also write for the opinion section through my online column, “Here’s a Thought,” where I write about a wide range of miscellaneous topics, including the case for using typewriters in the 21st century, the internet of things, and retro computing.

 

 

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