Conflict Crisis

Peer Support, the largest club on campus, presents itself as a student-led safe space in which all members are welcome to share issues that compromise their personal well-being. However, the club’s policies often run counter to its frequently advertised goal of establishing a supportive and inclusive atmosphere for all members. Ultimately, Peer Support does a […]

No conflicts arise from lunch period

The new mandatory lunch period did not cause any conflicts with student schedules, the upper school deans’ office said. “We always have conflicts, but there were no extra conflicts created because of lunch,” Upper School Dean Sharon Cuseo said. “There might have been a little less flexibility. We were able to ensure from the beginning […]

Student schedules to be released online Monday

By Michael Sugerman and Ally White Upper school student schedules were released online Monday through the Harvard-Westlake website. Students can access their schedules through the Student Portal on the school website. After logging in under “My Schedules and Events,” courses are visible by clicking either “View” or “View as PDF.” Most students with conflicts were […]

Festival selects two films by seniors in Video Art II

Two films by seniors in Advanced Video Art II were selected to be among 10 other winning films in the Apple-Student Television Network Film Festival on March 9. “Broken,” written and directed by Alex Wilk ’07 and Evan Hamilton ’07, centers around the aftermath of a date rape. “Indelible,” which follows the conflict of a […]