Students teach basic computer skills

The 2009-2010 Chronicle, edited by Sam Adams ’10 and Hana Al-Henaid ’10, won the Columbia Scholastic Press Association’s Gold Crown Friday. Chronicle adviser Kathleen Neumeyer accepted the plaque at a ceremony at Lerner Hall on the Columbia University campus in New York.

Detained and Confused

By Sam Adams It wasn’t my first time receiving the dreaded e-mail from attendace coordinator Gabriel Preciado. Flagged with high importance, my inbox was almost ashamed to present the assertive subject line that I had been assigned DETENTION, in its all-caps glory. Now, dear reader, don’t get the wrong idea about me; I had never […]

Speakers remember Siegler for her energy, love of dance

By Sam Adams Purple bouquets fill the corner of Sunset and Cliffwood; scrawled messages of love and loss cover nearly every inch of space on trees and lampposts alike; candles in honor of Julia Siegler ’14 that had once illuminated the vigil on the night of her death on Feb. 26 now sit extinguished. Siegler […]

Eighth grader killed in hit and run

By Sam Adams Funeral services for an eighth grade girl who died on Feb. 26 at UCLA Medical Center after she was hit in traffic while crossing Sunset Boulevard were held Monday, March 1.The middle school held a memorial assembly Friday, March 5. Julia Siegler ’14 was crossing Sunset at Cliffwood Avenue to meet her school […]

Off beat

By Sam Adams Canh Oxelson’s lookalike has really been bringing him down lately. When someone pointed out to the upper school dean that he bore a striking resemblance to golfer Tiger Woods over a decade ago, Oxelson figured that it would be an easy way to earn some money for graduate school. He’s been doing […]

Get on the boat

By Sam Adams A couple of weeks ago, a rumor spread that The Chronicle was writing an incendiary story about the Fanatics and their sportsmanship or lack thereof. Several people came up to me asking whether it was true, whether we were actually out to get the Head Fanatics in trouble with the administration. For […]

Three Wolverine teams head to CIF Finals

By Sam Adams Both boys’ and girls’ basketball won CIF championships this weekend. Girls’ soccer lost, but still competes in the first round of state on Tuesday. With less than a minute on the clock, junior Nicole Hung hit a field goal Friday night, giving the girls’ varsity basketball team a 59-57 victory over Pacific […]

Football clinches CIF berth with Cathedral win

By Sam Adams It’s all over but the seeding. The Wolverines’ football team clinched a spot in the CIF playoffs with a 19-6 win against the previously undefeated Cathedral squad at Ted Slavin Field last Friday night. The win puts the Wolverines in second place in the Del Rey League with a 2-1 league record, […]

Football triumphs over Chaminade 28-13

By Sam Adams In the final nonleague game of the season, the Wolverines football team triumphed over Chaminade, 28-13. With the win, the Wolverines have a record of 3-1-1. Wide receiver Corey Vann ’09 reeled in three touchdowns in the victory from senior quarterback Sean Berman. Jackson Liguori ’10 also scored a touchdown off a […]

Football starts season unbeaten after three games

By Sam Adams Fueled by red-shirted Fanatic fervor, the Wolverines look to enter league play, starting with their Homecoming game versus St. Bernard on Oct. 18. Taking advantage of a light early schedule, the team has accumulated a 2-0-1 record in the first month of its season in non-league play. Running back TeRhon O’Neal ’09 […]