Ribbon-cutting opens Kutler Center

Brendan Kutler’s ’10 family dedicated The Kutler Center for Interdisciplinary Studies by cutting the building’s ribbon in a ceremony featuring speeches from top administrators Sept. 28. More than 100 alumni and faculty as well as the Kutler Center’s architect Lester Tobias and friends of the Kutler family attended the dedication and ribbon-cutting celebration. Head of […]

Juniors take first solo flights at 10,000 feet

In the parking lot of the DMV on an October afternoon, Henry Hahn ’14 was nervously tapping his foot on the carpeted floor of his Audi as he awaited his driver’s license test. Forty miles away, but in a completely different world, Ross O’Shea ’14 sat in the cockpit of a Cessna 172 aircraft excitedly […]

Coldwater Canyon entrances re-open, Hacienda Drive closure restricts left turns

Students can no longer turn left onto Hacienda Drive from Coldwater Canyon due to construction, but two entrances have been opened to ease the flow of traffic. The main gate at Harvard-Westlake Driveway is open to both northbound and southbound traffic, and students can still turn right or left from Hacienda onto Coldwater. This change […]

Track resurfacing to begin next summer

The track at Ted Slavin field will be completely resurfaced this summer, Director of Campus Operations JD De Matte said. The track was scheduled to be redone last summer but was postponed due to other construction on campus. “The track was put in nine years ago, so it’s due,” De Matte said. “The track was […]

Learn for learning's sake

When I was 5 years old, I practiced writing the alphabet or sounding out sentences at school, while my brother was already using the sharp scissors. I quickly found myself becoming tired of drawing while watching my brother bring home 20 addition and subtraction problems each night. I’m not sure what finally spurred me to […]

Boys' water polo suffers 1st defeat in new pool

The eighth-ranked boys’ water polo team fell to the seventh-ranked team in the CIF Div. I Southern Section, the Dana Hills Dolphins 9-6 at home Friday, Sept. 7. The Dolphins started the game by scoring three straight goals, and shutting out the Wolverines in the first quarter. Ben Hallock ’16 and Johnny Hooper ’15 each […]

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