Helping Hands: Students who Volunteer in Hospitals

Helping Hands: Students who Volunteer in Hospitals

Every Wednesday afternoon, Ashley Frey ’17 puts on her uniform and teen volunteer badge and spends two hours visiting patients at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. Throughout the course of each day, she will bring them water, flowers and magazines, but most importantly, she will give them her time. “Talking to patients is really […]

QB Marshal Cohen looks beyond injuries, heartbreak

He had already rehabbed his knee. Now it was time to strengthen it, to get it back to where it once was and then better than it ever had been. He needed his knee for his senior season.

QB Marshal Cohen looks beyond injuries, heartbreak

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Alum recounts Ebola battle in Sierra Leonne

Alum recounts Ebola battle in Sierra Leonne

Every day, in a “sacred and very deliberate ritual,” Matthew Waxman ’92 put on a mask, then a hood and two layers of gloves that were duct-taped closed in order to prevent any fluids from getting inside. He then placed a heavy apron over his chest, and finally, a plastic face shield was fitted over […]

Researchers find link to athletes' diet and muscle mass

UCLA  medical researchers presented evidence of the link between athlete diet and health at an assembly Monday during break. The researchers, who studied the effects of diet on members of the girls’ volleyball team and field hockey team, concluded that the diet implemented during the study increased the muscle mass of participating athletes while decreased […]

Students contract whooping cough

Eleven students were diagnosed with pertussis, commonly referred to as Whooping Cough, during the month of November. The Los Angeles Department of Public Health reported the last of 11 cases of pertussis on both campuses on Nov. 30. Parents of middle school students were notified of the first case on Nov. 5 and later that […]