SCVA Choral Festival set for March

Bel Canto, Chamber Singers and Wolverine Chorus will perform March 24 at the Southern California Vocal Association Festival in Rugby Auditorium. The choral groups will sing pieces including “Ave Maria,” “Nunc Dimittis,” “Chantez” and “Come to Me My Love.” After performing, each group will attend a 15-minute clinic with Jo-Michael Scheibe, chair of the Thornton […]

Sophomores Take MMTIC Personality Inventory

All sophomores answered a series of questions as part of the online Murphy-Meisgeier Type Indicator for Children, a condensed personality inventory based on the Myers-Briggs indicator, last week to discover different aspects of their personality and in what environments they thrive. “The sophomore year is all about getting to know themselves,” Dean Vanna Cairns said. […]

Wrestling squad prepares for CIF

Despite struggling against strong team competition in the Mission League, five Wolverine wrestlers qualified for CIF Championships at Mission League Finals against Alemany Jan. 31. Jake Adler ’17 won league in the 132-pound weight class. Ryan Ruiz ’16 took second in the 126-pound weight class. James Lennon ’15 captured third in the 138-pound weight class, […]

Wolverines toughened by League

The girls had a 3-3 record in the ultra-tough Mission League as of press time, but with two games left in the regular season, the team has its sights set on the playoffs, where it is likely to be the No. 2 seed in the 4-AA CIF Southern Section Division. The Mission League has two […]

Coach points to dedication as key to potential playoff run

The boys’ soccer team has achieved second place in the Mission League with 7-3-1 league record “The most important thing for us to do is to simply show more intensity with the way we play,” goalkeeper Michael Gaven ‘18 said, “We need to give 100 percent the whole time, and we need to hustle to […]

How about a little respect?

After three hours of a summer practice, I’m sweaty, bruised and have gone to see trainer Milo Sini about getting my wrist wrapped at least twice. My teammates and I have gone through 7 a.m. morning runs, hours of sit-ups and countless burpees. Like many other varsity athletes, we dedicate our after-school and many weekend […]

Don't let labels limit your personal growth

Pandas irritate me. It’s not the animals themselves, or even the abundance of Internet GIFs they occupy. It’s the species’ close, tangled connection to Asian stereotypes that irritates me. Pandas originate in Asia, yes, but I don’t understand how they say so much about Asian-Americans or their character that practically every Asian-American teenager has been […]

Senior receives presidential arts scholar nomination

Danielle Stolz ’15 was one of six people in the nation to be selected as a YoungArts winner in the Cinematic Arts category and has been nominated as a Presidential Scholar in the Arts. Stolz’s film, titled “Wings of Peace,” was created when Stolz and 10 other classmates went on a digital storytelling trip to […]

Rascoff ’93 writes bestselling book

“Zillow Talk: The New Rules of Real Estate,” written by real estate analytics company Zillow’s CEO Spencer Rascoff ’93 and published Jan. 27, debuted at the number two spot on The New York Times bestseller list and reached the number one position on Amazon’s bestseller list shortly after publication. In the book, Rascoff and Zillow […]

Hearts on the Line

Hearts on the Line

Drew Mirman ’15 still remembers the warm August night when she and Addison Abdo ’14 reenacted her favorite scene from “The Notebook” in which Ryan Gosling dances with Rachel McAdams in the middle of the street. “It was such a perfect moment,” Mirman said. “It made me realize that the long-distance relationship is so worth […]

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