Seismologist Lucy Jones spoke to students and faculty about the history of earthquakes and their social effects, her involvement in earthquake research and the improvements that communities can develop to ensure minimal damage March 6-7. Jones is the founder and chief scientist of Dr. Lucy Jones Center for Science and Society and the developer of […]
An earthquake that registered a 4.4 on the Richter Scale shook Los Angeles Monday morning. Should an earthquake occur at school, students are to follow the procedure outlined in drills.
The Community Council bake sale on Jan. 14, 18 and 20 raised approximately $400 for Partners in Health, an organization focused on research, advocacy and publication related to health worldwide. “The bake sale was successful because we ended up raising tons of money for an almost forgotten, but still very serious, cause,” Gaby Cohen ’11 […]
Â By Kelly Ohriner Community Council held bake sales to raise money to donate to those affected by the earthquake in Haiti during midterms week in January. All the money raised has been donated to Partners in Health and their new initiative called “Stand With Haiti.” In total, students and faculty donated $4,074. Before and […]
Seniors are not angry that sophomores and juniors are taking advantage of what is called a âsenior privilege.â Some seniors even take sophomores and juniors out to lunch with them. If there happened to be an earthquake or a lockdown or a fire, the administration would not know who was trapped in a building and […]