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The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

The Student News Site of Harvard-Westlake School

The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

The Student News Site of Harvard-Westlake School

The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

Ace-idic: Juniors advance in Chemistry Olympiad

Angela Tan April 26, 2017

Two AP Chemistry students advanced to the National Chemistry Olympiad Exam, the second tier of the United States Chemistry Olympiad. Jordan Barkin ’18 and Marcus Leher ’18 were the top scorers of the...

AP Chemistry students take National Chemistry Olympiad qualifier exam

Jonathan Seymour March 19, 2015

Students enrolled in Advanced Placement Chemistry as well as past AP Chemistry students took the 2015 Local Chemistry Olympiad Exam both yesterday and today after school. The test, which includes 60 multiple...

Community Council arranges events for clubs, teams

Noa Yadidi November 7, 2012

Community Council has planned two upcoming community service trips at Los Angeles Family Housing and TreePeople for students to fulfill their community service requirement. This year Community Council...

Take tech talks up a notch

Chronicle Staff February 12, 2008

Because students are typically more technology-savvy than teachers, it seems logical that how technology is used in and out of the classroom should be a decision made jointly by teachers and...

Students give teachers full tour of Facebook

Chronicle Staff December 12, 2007

By Tiffanie Young At 2:45 p.m. last Tuesday afternoon, faculty members began drifting into Chalmers math lab.  Like attentive students on the first day of school, they seated themselves in...

AP test takers don’t deserve the walk of shame

May 30, 2007

By Gabby AhlzadehFive flashing windows popped up on my desktop each telling the news. Check your HW e-mail, they all said. As I frantically logged on, dropping the Princeton Review book from my lap, I...

To source or not to source? [wikipedia.org]

April 25, 2007

By Danielle Kolin The clear liquid smells like a mixture of rotten fruit and smelly feet. The three graphs obtained from the lab work depict sharp abrupt peaks and extended plateaus, lightly sketched...

Students double up on science

March 14, 2007

By Danielle Kolin and Lauren Rose As the class looks on, science teacher Antonio Nassar finishes a unit in AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism by scribbling a final formula across the whiteboard....

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