Maggie Burrows ’06 directed a PSA in collaboration with the organization When We All Vote, whose co-chair Michelle Obama commissioned the announcement Oct. 3. The PSA highlighted youth from various backgrounds to highlight the importance of respecting individual voices and taking the time to register to vote. When We All Vote is a not-for-profit organization […]
Katie Lim ’13 will return to Harvard-Westlake as Assistant Director of Alumni Relations after working temporarily as Assistant Director of Annual Giving last spring. “It has been kind of a whirlwind,” Lim said. “It has been incredible to be able to see the school in a professional experience as opposed to just as a student. […]
The U.S. Equestrian Federation selected Lucy Davis ’11 to the United States Show Jumping Team for the upcoming Rio Olympic Games this summer. She will be competing with a 12-year-old Belgian Warmblood Gelding named Barron. Davis is a widely acclaimed show jumper for her age, winning the Young Master League Championship in Frankfurt, Germany in 2009 […]
In the final concert of the year, the Upper School Symphony, Wind Ensemble and Camerata Strings were scheduled to play a wide array of pieces April 28. The concert, which had not taken place at press time, was expected to feature two chamber pieces played by two groups within Symphony, including a percussion quartet that […]
Maggie Gyllenhaal ’95 won a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a TV Movie or miniseries for her role as Nessa Stein in the TV miniseries, “The Honourable Woman” Jan. 11. This was Gyllenhaal’s first Golden Globe award and fourth nomination.
Nearly two years to the day she set the national record, Amy Weissenbach ’12 saw an end to her reign as the country’s fastest ever female 800 meter high school runner on Saturday, at the hands of New York’s Mary Cain. Cain, who attends Bronxville High School in Bronxville, NY, ran an 800 meter time […]