Students unite in hopes of winning championships for City of Angels

Students unite in hopes of winning championships for City of Angels

On a dreary Wednesday afternoon in the middle of  quarantine, Collin Assil ’22 sat down in front of his computer to cheer on the Los Angeles Lakers in the playoffs with his best friends. As he watched his Lakers, he instantly forgot  the challenges that had resulted from the pandemic. “During quarantine, I really haven’t been able to […]

The high price of fun

The high price of fun

Being a Harvard-Westlake student is expensive. I’m not talking about our $30,000-plus tuition, textbooks or cafeteria purchases (a lot of which may not cost a thing with financial aid.) I’m not even talking about all the additional college counseling and tutoring that make that tuition number just a baseline. Beyond the classroom, being a functioning, […]