Students to participate in hackathon

Students will collaborate in computer programming and learn about technological entrepreneurship at Hack HW, a 36-hour student hackathon Jan. 16-17. Participants will divide into multiple groups and work on a programming project throughout the event as part of a competition. Though most hackathon participants generally create apps or websites, students are free to pursue whatever […]

Not So Free

Blake* ’16 spent his summer between ninth and 10th grade like many other students: working at a summer job. However, the money he earned for each scoop of ice cream he served went to paying a debt to his parents, one he owed after spending about $1,000 of their money in three months on the […]

Library provides new laptop chargers

The library has begun checking out Apple computer chargers to students in addition to their previous supply of phone chargers. The chargers may be carried out of the library and used anywhere on campus, but must be returned to the library at the end of a school day. Students may also leave their computers behind […]

Student updates iPhone schedule application

By David Lim  An updated version of the iHW schedule app for the 2011-12 school year was released Oct. 25 on the Apple App Store for iOS devices. The free app, which displays a student’s daily schedule, did not work properly when students tried to add their classes for this year and instead showed the […]

Bake sale raises money to donate iPods to hospitalized children

By Hannah Rosenberg A bake sale raising money to buy iPods for hospitalized children was held in the quad by the Tune In Community Service Club, founded by Jordan McSpadden ’11. The sale, on Monday, raised over $200 to buy iPods that will be distributed to patients at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. The club is also […]