Computer science class takes field trip to Launchpad LA, invites speaker

The Advanced Topics in Computer Science class visited the headquarters of the business incubator Launchpad LA Dec. 5. The field-trip was part of an ongoing effort by Theo Davis ’13 to explore the other aspects of computer science besides coding. “I am trying to change how computer science is perceived both inside of computer science […]

Visual arts teacher self-publishes book

Visual arts teacher Kevin O’Malley’s first novel, “The Difference in the Game,” was published on iTunes as an iBook on Oct. 25. The book outlines the life of a teenager who faces difficulties as the only girl in what is meant to be a co-ed basketball team. She befriends a 26-year- old woman who also […]

Film program to screen 5 PSAs

Five public service announcements created during a Harvard-Westlake summer film program will be screened at the Righteous Conversations Project assembly in Ahmanson Hall on Nov. 15. Robert Beiser, founder of Seattle against Slavery, will give a key note speech at the assembly. The Righteous Conversations Project was launched in 2011 to initiate conversations about injustices […]