Students volunteer at DIY workshop

Students volunteered May 9 at a do-it-yourself workshop at the Pacoima Community Youth Center aimed at increasing elementary and middle school-aged girls’ interest in technology. Parent Mirian Avalos (Karenina Juarez ’16) was in charge of the event. Volunteers set up, organized the DIY materials and helped the girls and their mothers with the projects. The […]

New lunch period creates more problems than it solves

I can’t help the loud crunching my salad makes as I sit in Chemistry eating. Everyone turns and stares, but that is the reality of having no time in a day to eat lunch. I rush up the stairs from Chronicle to Ceramics, weighed down by my backpack and my lunchbox swinging from my wrist. […]

Member of Little Rock 9 speaks to assembly

A member of the Little Rock Nine told the Black History assembly Jan. 21 about enduring a year of abuse in the desegregation of Little Rock Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas in 1957 when he was a junior in high school. Dr. Terrence Roberts said that racism continues to be an ideology ingrained […]

Update to ID card app fixes technical issues

An update to the Harvard-Westlake electronic ID app for iPhones should fix issues with the app not working properly, Director of Computer Services Dave Ruben said. For many iPhone users, the app shut down immediately after opening. Students can download the updated versions of the app by logging onto the URL, and going to […]

Scholastic Arts Awards

27 students received the Scholastic Art Awards, which recognize students for their work in 28 different art forms.