The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

Senior seminars to be profound, practical

May 7, 2007

By Adam Gold Classes ranging from astrology to car maintenance to basics of dorm life will be taught during the week of seminars for seniors after the end of AP classes. The seminars, which will be held...

Yip, Smith to head next Student Government

May 3, 2007

By Adam Gold Students on both campuses picked junior Wesley Yip to be next year’s head prefect in a runoff election held earlier this week. Yip will join Tasia Smith ’08, who was elected last...

Head librarian will recreate worn slides for art history

April 25, 2007

Head Librarian Virginia Alexander will work part-time on an archive project for the art history classes next year in anticipation of her subsequent retirement. Her project next year will involve recreating...

Non-teaching ranks swell despite enrollment

March 15, 2007

By Adam Gold David Waterhouse sits in the history office second period, flipping through the pages of a 1981 Harvard high school yearbook. “Here’s physical education,” he says, running...

City to resurface Coldwater

Chronicle Staff December 29, 2006

By Adam Gold Coldwater Canyon Avenue will be closed to traffic from Ventura Boulevard to Mulholland Drive on the last two weekends in January for resurfacing, a spokesman for the Los Angeles Bureau of...

What they really really want for Christmas

Chronicle Staff December 12, 2006

By Adam Gold   Performing Arts teacher Ted Walch announced to his first period class last week that all he wanted for Christmas was, well, nothing. That is, not from any of his students. “If...

Move over G8—this is G20

Chronicle Staff November 10, 2006

 By Adam Gold President Thomas C. Hudnut will attend the annual meeting of the G20, a highly selective group of independent secondary schools in the English speaking world, held in South Africa this...

The hidden cost of the text message

Chronicle Staff September 4, 2006

By Allison Vreeland Although it has been widely used in Europe since 1995, text messaging has only been possible in the United States since 2002. The technology used by the major carriers allows users...

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