Video interview with next years Head Prefects

Incoming Head Prefects Michael Wagmeister ’13 and Katie Lim ’13 discussed their plans for next year. What do you think are the best things that the Prefect Council has been able to achieve this year? WAGMEISTER: Well, I think for me one thing we really did a good job on was the spring in your […]

Volleyball rebounds after loss to St. Francis

By Luke Holthouse It took an important league game against St. Francis for the boys’ varsity volleyball team to acclimate to the new season. The Wolverines fell to the Golden Knights during their season opener, losing 25-18, 25-21, 25-23. The Wolverines struggled against St. Francis because they hadn’t worked out some of the kinks in […]

Basketball star receives 30 college offers

By Saj Sri-Kumar The starting center/power forward for the boys’ varsity basketball team has narrowed his college choices to six after receiving 30 scholarship offers. Zena Edosomwan ’12 has narrowed his list to Harvard University, University of California, Berkeley, University of Southern California, University of Texas, University of Washington and Wake Forest University. Throughout the […]

Seniors choose Scene Monkey salutatorian

By Derek Schlom Jon Haile ’09, a Scene Monkey and Harvard-Westlake Film Festival co-chair, was voted salutatorian by the senior class in class meetings April 16, Dean Sharon Cuseo said Monday. Haile will speak to fellow classmates, faculty and guests at the graduation ceremony June 5. The salutatorian typically delivers a humorous address. He was […]

Technical glitches delay AP Spanish Language exam

By Marsha Labunsky Delays due to a record 87 students taking the AP Spanish Language exam May 8 and a techincal malfunction caused some students to have to wait six hours before completing their tests. “The issue with the Spanish [Language] AP is the fact that we have 87 test takers and 20 language lab […]