Technical glitches delay AP Spanish Language exam

By Marsha Labunsky Delays due to a record 87 students taking the AP Spanish Language exam May 8 and a techincal malfunction caused some students to have to wait six hours before completing their tests. “The issue with the Spanish [Language] AP is the fact that we have 87 test takers and 20 language lab […]

Researcher to present eye cancer discoveries

By Marsha Labunsky Danielle Kolin ’08 will present her summer research on eye cancer to the American Academy of Ophthalmology on Friday in Las Vegas. Kolin spent two months this summer working with Dr. A. Linn Murphree, director of the Retinoblastoma Center at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. She researched retinoblastoma, an eye cancer that originates […]

Capping off their faith

By Marsha Labunsky Starting a new school is difficult, starting a new school as a 10th grader is even more difficult, but coming to a new school and finding out that you’re the only observant orthodox Jew on campus is not something that most people can relate to. When Emanuel Yekutiel ’07 came to Harvard-Westlake […]