Students run cancer project

Touched by her mother’s battle with stage four breast cancer, Kelly Morrison ’16 initiated a video campaign to raise awareness about the disease. Commissioned by Morrison to produce a video for the project because of her interest in film, Jillian Sanders ’17 worked to highlight the truths about breast cancer and statistics about stage four […]

Football thinks pink for breast cancer

All levels of Harvard-Westlake football wore pink in their October games against Chaminade to promote breast cancer awareness. The varsity football team fell to the Eagles by a score of 78-34 and the opponent also wore pink accessories to support awareness. The junior varsity team lost as well, while both middle school teams won. October […]

Bake sale raises money to help Race for the Cure

By Lara Sokoloff A student-run bake sale raised $375 for Race for the Cure last Monday, Anna Romanoff ’11 said. The bake sale was partly organized through Peer Support, and multiple leaders and trainees both baked and sold items for the sale, Romanoff said. Race for the Cure is the largest walk/run world-wide that raises […]

Bake sale raises money for Race for the Cure

By Lara Sokoloff A student-run bake sale raised $375 for Race for the Cure last Monday, Anna Romanoff ’11 said. The bake sale was partly organized through Peer Support, and multiple leaders and trainees both baked and sold items for the sale, Romanoff said. This is the first year a bake sale for Race for […]

Volleyball team raises money for cancer research

By Michelle Yousefzadeh The varsity girls’ volleyball team sold pink shirts and baked goods on Wednesday, Oct. 7 and Thursday, Oct. 8 to raise for the Dig Pink event. The team encouraged students to wear their Dig Pink shirts to the team’s game on Oct. 20 to spread awareness of breast cancer. “We wanted to […]