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By Ingrid Chang After returning from a semester at High Mountain Institute in Colorado, Jackson Foster ’11 decided to combine two of his passions, architecture and the environment, to make what seemed like a childhood project into something much more complex. Foster who has taken architecture classes at Harvard-Westlake since 10th grade, used his skills […]

Art for the Heart raises thousands for heart charity

By Carly Radist Art for the Heart, a charity event held in Feldman-Horn Gallery on March 8, will be donating more than $7,000 of proceeds to the American Heart Association for research and development. The event was hosted by Catie Yagher ’10, Olivia Van Iderstine ’10, and Jacqi Lee ’10 along with many others who […]

Latin teacher to retire after 39 years

By A.J. Calabrese Latin teacher Kathryn Price has always had an intimate relationship with Ancient Greece and its famous roots. She comes home and greets Laïda at the door. She sits down on the couch in between Apollo and Artemis, so as not to make either jealous. She refers to the emperor Constantine by his […]