Sophomore sings in Honors Choir at Carnegie

By Elizabeth Madden Elizabeth Cohen ’14 sang at Carnegie Hall in New York the weekend of Feb. 11 with the American High School Honors Choir. Cohen, a member of the Bel Canto choir at school, was nominated to be a member of the Honors Choir by middle school choir teacher Nina Burtchaell. “It is an […]

Growing on them

By A.J. Calabrese n the course of history, those with facial hair have been ascribed various attributes such as wisdom and knowledge, sexual virility, or high social status; and, conversely, filthiness, crudeness, or an eccentric disposition, such as in the case of a tramp, hobo or vagrant. At Harvard-Westlake, motives for those with beards and/or […]

Exhibition displays junior’s diversity photographs

By Lauren Seo Alex Fullman ’09 exhibited his photographs at the GAM Arts Center on May 17 as part of a project entitled “Boulevard Without Borders.” The showing was a result of his participation in an eight-month collaboration between three artists and 16 students selected from ten Los Angeles high schools. The project was centered […]