Jason Collins ’97 featured in museum exhibit

Jason Collins ’97 is featured in an exhibit in the National African-American Museum recognizing his bravery in becoming the first openly gay athlete to play in any of America’s four major professional sports. Collins played in the NBA for thirteen seasons before retiring in 2014. A jersey signed by his teammates is featured in the exhibit, […]

BLACC participates in first-ever retreat

BLACC participates in first-ever retreat

At the first ever Black Leadership Awareness and Culture Club retreat, guest speaker Golden State Warriors assistant coach Jarron Collins ’97 told students to work hard inside and outside of school. “The retreat was a resounding success,” associate director of admissions and retreat planner Janine Jones said. “Students seemed to be not only enjoying themselves, […]

Collins brothers speak in support of Clinton at DNC

Collins brothers speak in support of Clinton at DNC

Jason Collins ’97 and Jarron Collins ’97 spoke in support of Democratic Presidential Nominee Hillary Clinton on the first day of the Democratic National Convention on July 25 in Philadelphia. Jason became the first openly gay professional basketball player in 2013 when he came out in a Sports Illustrated article. He said that he came […]

NBA stars run summer basketball camp

By Hayley Alperin  “Starting this camp was an opportunity for my brother and I to work with kids and teach them, while we are also giving back to our community,” said Jarron Collins, 32, an alumnus of Harvard-Westlake and currently an NBA player. The Collins twins, who graduated from Harvard Westlake in 1997 and Stanford […]

Boys' basketball wins Mission League title with undefeated league record

By Jack Davis The boys’ basketball team completed its first undefeated Mission League season in 12 years by defeating Chaminade 89-44 on Senior Night, Wednesday in Taper Gymnasium. The last Wolverine team to go undefeated in Mission League play was led by NBA players Jason Collins ’97 and Jarron Collins ’97 and eventually went on to […]