Senior works on farm in Maine

By Aaron Lyons Martin Riu ’13 woke up at 5:30 a.m. There was little light outside, but Riu dragged himself out of bed to feed pigs and chickens, move cows and set up fencing. At 7:30 a.m. he went back to make breakfast. Then he went back outside to continue his work. This was just […]

School reduces energy usage 22 percent to win competition

By Leslie Dinkin Harvard-Westlake won the Green Cup Challenge by reducing its weekly energy use by an average of 22 percent over the course of the month. The Environmental Club launched its third annual “Light Outs H-W” campaign at the beginning of February to encourage the use of natural light and power saving techniques such […]

Faculty depart for other opportunities

By Jessica Barzilay, Allison Hamburger and Saj Sri-Kumar Four faculty and staff members will not be returning to Harvard-Westlake in the fall, Head of School Jeanne Huybrechts said. Upper School Dean Tamar Adegbile will be on maternity leave from October through the end of first semester. Her students will join other dean groups for the […]

Student radio station to begin broadcasting

By Austin Block KIIS FM, Star 98.7, KROQ and Jack FM are familiar names to music loving students who listen to the radio. If a group of middle school students continue in the direction they are moving, the name In-House Radio could join that group. These students are working to create a middle school radio […]