Club members write blogs on campus life

By Jamie Chang Harvard-Westlake Voices runs a website where students may submit blog posts about topics ranging from studying to finals to embarrassing yearbook photos. Founder and President Molly Cinnamon ’14 began the H-W Voices club in September. “I started reading the MIT blogs once my brother was accepted there, and I was impressed by […]

Out of the woods

By Victor Yoon A loud whirring sound emanates from inside the garage, where Peter Schulman ’12 is drilling holes into a wooden board. As he brushes aside the wood shavings and begins to affix the pipes he had laid aside for the project, the materials begin to transform into a physical version of the sketch […]

Sophomore publishes own fantasy book

By Emily Khaykin Melissa Gertler ’11 published her book “The Champion of Valens” using Authorhouse, a self-publishing company. “The Champion of Valens” tells about a feud between two kingdoms and the journey of a teenage girl, Nara, who takes her blind brother’s place in the army, ignoring the harsh gender based roles. “The Champion of […]

Students attend Italian movie screening

By Alice Phillips The Directed Studies Italian class will attend a private screening tonight of the film “Mio Fratello e’figlio unico” (My Brother and Only Child) at the Italian Culture Institute in Westwood. Foreign Language teacher Simona Ghirlanda said she got this opportunity to take her class through a program that keeps Italians living abroad […]