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Balancing beliefs

Casey Kim November 15, 2018

As the political climate in our country continues to spiral towards what seems like a never-ending abyss of a two-party controversy, students have naturally become more active in voicing their opinions...

Integrity: meet us in the middle

Chronicle Staff May 2, 2018

The school website states that “Harvard-Westlake’s academic community is defined by our Honor Code.” Every student on campus has signed their name affirming their commitment to uphold the code. In...

Kiannah Kossari '18 works to balance her academic and athletic life, as well as manage her mother's difficult situation at home. Credit: Claire Keller/Chronicle

Kiannah Kossari ’18 remains strong despite her mother’s cancer

Claire Keller January 14, 2016

Kiannah Kossari ’18 ran from her classroom, through the door and collapsed into the last stall of the Seaver bathroom on Oct. 19. In a cold sweat, she leaned against the wall attempting to catch her...

Jon Nelson '16 (left) plays varsity soccer and last year took all honors classes. Credit: Henry Vogel/Big Red

Work before play: how do athletes find balance?

Dario Madyoon October 22, 2015

There’s a common saying that in high school: students have to choose between good grades, good social life or good sleep. For many students athletes at Harvard-Westlake, they have to shoulder the burden...

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