Alumni face decline in job prospects

By Andrew Lee he economic downturn and company layoffs at major financial firms around the country mean added pressure for business students looking for jobs after they graduate. Seven alumni who initially developed an interest in working in finance have adapted to the volatile job market by changing their post-business school trajectory plans. At least […]

Seniors dream up alternative-energy car

By Andrew Lee Four seniors are trying to design the most energy-efficient car in the world. They aim to create an alternative energy solution that will beat out all other gas-saving competitors, including hybrids and small and lighter cars. The vehicle they plan to make features a multi-alternative energy system that incorporates solar, electric and […]

NSPA honors articles, school publications

By Matthew Lee The National Scholastic Press Association selected The Chronicle as a finalist for the National Newspaper Pacemaker competition and gave VOX photographer Griffy Simon ’11 a third place prize. Michael Kaplan ’08, Andrew Lee ’09 and Cody Schott ’09 won Ryan White Excellence in Journalism awards for articles they wrote for the 2007-2008 […]

Hit makers

By Andrew Lee Although they never played in the high school orchestra or in jazz bands, their love of another genre of music led a handful of alumna to professionally pursue the executive side of music industry. Four have Artist and Repertoire positions at record labels. A&Rs are recognized as the gatekeepers between the record […]

Swimmers soak up too much sun

By Andrew Lee and Cody Schott The sun beats down on Zanuck Swim Stadium. Swimmers go about their business, doing laps and sharing laughs in the relentless heat. Water polo players launch shot after shot. Both evade the shade and don’t put on an adequate amount of sunscreen. After all, they think the sun can’t […]

Chronicle wins National Pacemaker

By Katherine Hong Last year’s Chronicle and Vox Populi won local and national awards. Chronicle received a 4000 out of 4000 perfect score in the National Scholastic Press Association critique and was named All-American newspaper. Chronicle was a gold-medalist and All-Colombian newspaper by Colombia Scholastic Press Association. The paper won first place for the George […]

Fires disrupt commutes, athletic events

By Andrew Lee The raging California wildfires forced faculty and students to evacuate their homes, complicated commutes to school and interfered with athletic events two weeks ago.  The school, government agencies and CIF recommended the cancellation of all athletic activity due poor air quality. Sixteen upper school students had absences and tardies due to the […]

Chronicle up for National Pacemaker

By Katherine HongLast year’s Chronicle and Vox Populi won local and national awards. Chronicle received a 4000 out of 4000 perfect score in the National Scholastic Press Association critique and was named All-American newspaper. Chronicle was a gold-medalist and All-Columbian newspaper by Columbia Scholastic Press Association. The paper won first place for the George Gallup […]

Math teacher recieves award

By Andrew Lee Kay Carlson, middle school math teacher, was presented the third annual Carolyn and Marion Hays Award last Wednesday at the first faculty staff meeting. The award was endowed by the family and friends of Carolyn and Marion Hays. Marion Hays was a teacher, dorm head and Assistant Headmaster at Harvard School from […]