Up in the air

o, what kind of career are you thinking of pursuing?” asks my neighbor. This question is the second most popular question I and every other junior are probably asked this year. Second only to the ever-popular “Where do you want to go to college?” And so, I smile politely and recite my pre-designated line, “Oh, […]

Acting as football coach in his spare time

By Ben Goldstein If the 4 p.m. freshman football games ever lacked the glamour of a Friday night varsity game under the lights, they just got the boost they needed. Actor Ashton Kutcher joined the squad last week as an assistant coach and patrolled the sidelines for last Friday’s dramatic win over Franklin. Kutcher is […]

Council of 12 students to manage community service

By Neha Nimmagadda and Michelle Yousefzadeh About fifty students have applied for the new Community Council which will run community service at the Upper School next year. Applications were due last Friday, the selection for the council will be made by Feb. 22 and the council members will be announced the following week at class […]

Prefect Council sets agenda for Friday

By A.J. Calabrese For the second straight home game, there was a packed student section as the Wolverines held on to beat the John Burroughs Indians 27-15 last Friday. The win propels the team to a three win and no losses start, their first perfect opening since joining the Del Rey League. “We played hard […]

Students give blood in community service drive

More than 60 students and teachers donated blood to the UCLA Blood and Platelet Center in Chalmers East last Friday.  Students over the age of 17 as well as teachers, parents and faculty members are eligible to donate to this biannual drive.  Blood collected by UCLA’s mobile blood donation units is used for transfusions in […]