My name is Hannah Cho and I am the Executive Editor of the Chronicle. I am responsible for editing articles before they get published, and also teaching underclassmen journalistic style and writing. Last year I served as Opinion Section Head, and I enjoy helping out with layout.
Outside of the newsroom, I fence, spend a lot of my time doing community service work, and love reading.
Brittany Hong is a junior, Opinion Junior Editor on the Chronicle at Harvard-Westlake School. She holds a deep interest in science, and hopes to become a cardiac surgeon. In her freshman year, she received two honorable mention awards from the Journalism Education Association (JEA) for both Inside Page Layout Design and Opinion Writing. She participated in the UCLA-Korea Daily Essay Competition and was fortunate enough to receive a third place award. She adopted her love for drawing and designing from her father, who is a fashion designer. Finally, she plays the piano, swims and collects paperclips as her hobbies. Hong is fluent in both Korean and English, and is studying Latin as her third language.
Sofia Heller, a sophomore, started on the middle school newspaper The Spectrum last year. She wrote for the news, feature and opinion sections. On the Chronicle, Sofia writes for news stories. In her free time, she enjoys photography and travel and is passionate about international relations and social issues. Sofia is the President and Founder of the HW Kiva club that works to raise loans for entrepreneurs and families in developing nations.