Shortstop to attend Brown University

Shortstop Brian Ginsberg ’14 committed to play for Brown University on July 2. “I just felt the atmosphere of Brown matched my personality more than any other school,” Ginsberg said. “It’s a bunch of really competitive people who want to succeed, but it’s also a very relaxed and homey place.” Ginsberg was recruited to play […]

Upperclassmen see Warner Bros' 'Great Gatsby' screening

A handful of juniors and seniors attended a free screening of Baz Luhrmann’s “The Great Gatsby” May 17 at the Warner Bros. studio. “The Great Gatsby” by F. Scott Fitzgerald is read by both English 3 and English 3 honors classes. “For many juniors, Gatsby stands out as their favorite book of the year. When […]

Summer school grows to over 400 students, athletes

By Nikta Mansouri The Harvard-Westlake Summer Program is the biggest it’s ever been and is continuing to grow, said Jim Patterson, Dean of Students and Director of Summer Programs. It’s not like a day camp, instead focusing on academics, athletics and arts, and the purpose is to enrich the students, Patterson said. Patterson has been […]

JV Roundup: Boys' Golf

By David Kolin For their first match, JV boys’ golf was scheduled to play against their biggest rival, Loyola, on March 15. However, the match was rescheduled for March 24 and the Wolverines lost 230-221. The team then played Westlake on March 22 and lost 232-211.   “Both JV and varsity are working on creating more […]