Girls’ basketball defeats Marlborough

Girls’ basketball defeats Marlborough

The Girls’ Basketball team beat Marlborough High School 53-39 on Jan. 17 in Taper Gymnasium. The win marks their 16th victory of the season as they move into second place in the Mission League with a league record of 4-1. The Wolverines jumped out to an early lead behind six points from forward Ella Price […]

Wolverines defeat Marlborough in four sets

The girls’ volleyball team defeated the Marlborough Mustangs in their first Mission League home game of the season, 3-1. For most of the first two sets, both teams played pretty evenly, and consistently traded points. Marlborough won the first game, 25-19, after scoring the last six points of the set to break open a 19-19 […]

Wolverines defeat Notre Dame in three sets

The girls’ volleyball team beat the Notre Dame Knights in three sets tonight, giving them their first league victory of the season. After winning the first set 25-20, the Wolverines mounted an impressive comeback led by Kaira Muraoka-Robertson ’16 to win the second set 25-23 after being down by nine points. The Wolverines finished strong, […]

Team to readjust to new Mission League

After finishing 13-17 overall and 2-6 in a revamped Mission League last year that added Marymount and Marlborough, the varsity girls’ volleyball team is looking to improve on its record and finish atop the league this year. Despite losing seven former seniors to graduation, the squad has the leadership it needs to succeed with captains […]

Marlborough screens student short films

Four films made by Harvard-Westlake students were featured at the Marlborough Film Festival on March 1. “Post Remembrance,” directed by Cosima Elwes ’15, Hana Kateman ’15 and Danielle Stolz ’15, “Voodoo Child,” directed by Roz Naimi ’12 and Joe Kitaj ’12, “Different Drummer,” directed by Nikta Mansouri ’15 and J.J. Spitz ’15 and “The Darkroom,” […]

Girls' tennis defeats Marlborough in season opener

The varsity girls’ tennis team beat Marlborough Thursday in its opening match with a resounding 18-0 final score. The Wolverines dominated the non-League match, in spite of the fact that their number one and number three singles players Savannah de Montesquiou ’13 and Juliana Simon ’16 had to be subbed out after the first round […]

New site to replace Moodle

By Julia Aizuss The Software application Canvas will replace Moodle next year as the school’s learning management system, a program which supplements classroom education, Educational Technology Committee Chair Jeff Snapp said. Canvas will also replace Course Materials on the school website and departmental websites, becoming students’ one-stop location for online resources, Snapp said. Moodle, which […]

Reunited and it feels so good

By Julie Barzilay, Marni Barta and Derek Schlom Curtis School Reunion I pull up 30 minutes late into the “carpool circle” where I was picked up for four years as a student at Curtis School, racing over after my final AP exam. As I run into Ahmanson Auditorium, I peer around at the throngs of […]