Seniors skip 263 classes for college visits last week

By Victor Yoon Seniors missed 263 classes last Thursday and Friday for confirmed college visits, Head of Attendance Gabriel Preciado said. However, in total 353 classes were missed, leaving 90 absences unconfirmed. The number of classes missed this year is much higher than the 287 classes missed during the same weekend last year. “I think […]

Football team prepares care packages to be sent to soldiers

By Michael Aronson and Michael Sugerman Members of the football team assembled packages last Thursday for American soldiers deployed overseas. The team collaborated with the non-profit Operation Gratitude to send CDs and DVDs, stuffed animals and hand-written letters to troops. The event was the football team’s first group service event. Varsity quarterback Chad Kanoff ‘13 […]

Coexisting Safely

By Alice Phillips Sophomores walk to the bus. Juniors trek to St. Michael’s. Seniors drive off campus at the Harvard-Westlake light.  All of these tasks must be accomplished simultaneously, yet none of these tasks can be peacefully accomplished at the same time at least not in the current parking lot environment. It’s the pedestrian versus […]

Golf drives through undefeated season

By Sean Kyle After beating St Francis 179-189 at the Encino Golf Course last Thursday, the boys’ varsity golf team raised its overall record to 10-0 with a league record of 8-0. Glen Scher ’09 continues to lead the team in scoring average with Bobby Lange ’09 and Jeff Wibawa ’10, second and third respectively. […]

The campaign on campus

By Jordan McSpadden A Youth Outreach Coordinator for the Democratic Party of the San Fernando Valley attended the Young Democrats Club meeting last Thursday to urge students to participate in the Democratic campaign. David Osiri urged students who are interested in seeing Democrats in the office should volunteer to help campaign. Volunteers are trained to […]

Tardy students use staff parking

By Karen Aquino Tardy students park in visitors’ spots in the Seaver parking lot in order to get to class on time, Director of Inter-Campus Security Kevin Giberson said. “There are times when kids panic because they’re going to be late for a test, and so they just decide to park there,” Giberson said. One […]

Lacrosse fails to make playoffs

By Jakarri Hamlin The varsity boys’ lacrosse team’s playoff chances were ended last Thursday after a 9-6 loss to rival and Mission League leader Loyola. “Being knocked out of playoff contention really hurts,” Jamie Gallagher ’08 said. “The seniors this year were a good group of guys and I wish we could have gone further.” […]