‘Tis the Season: Dating in High School

‘Tis the Season: Dating in High School

As Noah Aire ’20 scrolled through Amazon to find holiday gifts for his father, he quickly became overwhelmed by the flood of advertisements promoting gifts for significant others. After a few more minutes of searching, the advertising became too much for him, and he closed his computer. “Cuffing season,” the time during the winter when […]

Community Council kicks off year with retreat

By Kenneth Schrupp Community Council went on their first retreat, visiting venues across Los Angeles. The trip started with dinner at Maria’s, an Italian restaurant near campus. Students then ventured to a trampoline park in Woodland Hills, and a bowling alley in Studio City. Finally the council headed back to school for teambuilding games. The […]

Alumni office unveils internship program

By Allana Rivera “New Works”, a program that aims to offer students and alumni job opportunities, will launch in September, announced Senior Alumni Officer Harry Salamandra at the Senior and Faculty Barbeque on Aug. 30. Salamandra created the project as a new way to reconnect with alumni and parents of current or former students. Salamanra […]

Reconsider schedule changes

The new schedule changes to be implemented next school year will give students more time with their teachers at the expense of less time with their families and friends, which are the relationships that suffer most at a school as demanding as Harvard-Westlake. More school days means more classes to learn the information, something that […]

FAC to vote on proposed second break

By Nicki Resnikoff The Prefect Council has proposed a second break period in addition to the one on Mondays, which they hope will be approved and become effective early this year. The idea was conceived at the beginning of last year. The proposal is meant to address the problem of a lack of free time […]