Accountability for our planet

Accountability for our planet

Everyone is missing Greta Thunberg’s message, especially world leaders. Greta Thunberg, a 16-year-old Swedish environmental activist, has become a major player on the world stage. She addressed the United Nations about climate change and led a series of school strikes, one here in Los Angeles Nov. 1, for the same cause. Thunberg has drawn the […]

Big Red May Jason Collins Q&A

Sports writer Grant Nussbaum sat down with NBA player Jason Collins to discuss what it will be like to be the first openly gay male to actively participate in a major professional sports league. This interview was printed on May 28 in this year’s final issue of Big Red sports magazine. Read more: “Sports world reacts […]

Girls Learn International club to attend conference

By Keane Muraoka-Robertson  Members of the Girls Learn International chapter will attend the Commission on the Status of Women Conference from Feb. 27 to March 2 in New York. GLI is a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering girls and encouraging leadership. “I’m excited for us to take what we learn there and bring it back to […]

Chronicle earns All-American status from NSPA

By Judd Liebman Last year’s Chronicle earned All-American status with five Marks of Distinction from the National Scholastic Press Association for the 18th consecutive year. The Chronicle has maintained its All American status for the past 18 years, adviser Kathy Neumeyer said. This contest has been held every year in June since 1912. Open to […]

Senior prefects prep freshman for elections

By Jonah Rosenbaum The head and senior prefects went to the middle school to prepare the ninth grade class for their upcoming election which will determine the class of 2011’s prefects. After Head Prefect Wesley Yip outlined the key differences between the student council that exists at the middle school, and the upper school’s prefect […]