Snapchat geofilter created by students

Snapchat users at the Upper School can now add a geofilter to their photos, consisting of a cartoon image of the campus and “Harvard-Westlake” written across the bottom. Pictures sent through the popular app Snapchat are seen for a certain number of seconds, and can either be sent to individuals or to a user’s “story,” […]

Gone in a Flash

Julia Safir ’15 cut out golden tattoos from a sheet. She took off the clear plastic cover on top of the design and placed it face down on her arm. Safir put a wet cloth over the design and held it there for 30 seconds. After peeling off the sheet, a shiny constellation of tattoos […]

Bake sale raises $370 for literacy camp

The Freedom School bake sale committee raised $370 at their first bake sale of the year Friday to buy the camp used books for the summer. They expect to be able to get 50 to 70 books. The Freedom School is a summer reading enrichment camp for underprivileged children hosted at different schools. The program’s […]

Jordan Elist: Spain

Jordan Elist ’13 spent two weeks meeting with schools, clubs, and camps in Barcelona and Madrid to talk about his non-profit organization, Save a Bottle, Save a Life. Elist also discussed the importance of community service in Spain. “For me, the most important part of the fellowship was teaching students that even though it is […]