Former student to screen short film Monday at break

By Eojin Choi Filmmaker Michael Morgenstern ’03 will present his new film, “Shabbat Dinner”, during Monday assembly and will teach the eight classes of Video Art for five days next week. His 14-minute long film, which took him several months to write, film, and edit, tells the story of two kids and their coming out […]

Only seven out of eight

By Vivien Mao When it comes to freedom in choosing a curriculum, Harvard-Westlake, compared to other secondary schools, is pretty lenient. But there are still many major flaws and frustrations I find when I try to plan my next year’s classes. There are eight periods in one day, each one 45 minutes long. Yet with […]

Senior, sophomore win high award in scouting

  By Kelly Ohriner A senior and a sophomore Eagle Scout each earned Crescent Bay District Summit Awards. Stephen Carr ’12, a member of troop 223, and Jack Kuhlenschmidt ’10, a member of troop 23, were honored with the Summit Award for their excellence in scouting by the Crescent Bay District, Western Los Angeles County […]