2013 likely Hudnut’s last graduation

By Judd Liebman President Thomas C. Hudnut, who oversaw the merger of Harvard School for Boys and Westlake School for Girls, announced to the Board of Trustees Monday that he will retire after the 2012-2013 school year, his 26th year at the school. “It’s going to be a strange feeling because I started going to […]

Boys' soccer defeats Crespi on Senior Night

 By Charlton Azuoma The varsity boys’ soccer team defeated the Crespi Celts tonight on Ted Slavin Field. Seniors on the squad were honored tonight for this is the last home game they’ll play disregarding playoffs. The game started out well for the Wolverines, as their crowding defense helped the team to many early opportunities that led to a couple of shots.  As the matched […]

Homecoming schedule features varsity field hockey, varsity girls' volleyball, varsity football

By David Lim Field hockey posted homecoming’s first victory Saturday afternoon, 4-0, over Bonita. Girls’ Volleyball takes on Lakewood in Taper Gym at 5:30 p.m. Football vs. El Camino Real at Ted Slavin Field at 7:30 p.m. Due to the construction on Coldwater, security personnel will be on campus to direct traffic throughout the day and shuttles […]

Video: Water Day

An after school field day hosted by the Student Athletic Advisory Council brought water fun to Ted Slavin Field on Friday, May 21.

Boys’ soccer falls to Crespi, Loyola, late in regular season

By Alex Leichenger A 2-1 loss at Crespi on Friday dropped the boys’ soccer team to 7-4 in league and 16-6-3 overall with their final game of the regular season tonight against Chaminade. The Wolverines went up 1-0 in Friday’s game against Crespi, but missed a chance to extend to their lead. “We were given […]

Girls' soccer clinches spot in CIF

By Seth Goldman Having locked up at least a third place finish in league, the girls’ soccer team will close out the regular season against Chaminade tonight. The game is at 5:30 p.m. at Ted Slavin Field. The team is on the heels of a 1-0 home victory over Louisville last Friday. Although heavy rain […]

Two accidents damage four student cars

By Cathi Choi A total of four student owned cars were damaged in two separate accidents on Coldwater Canyon on Monday and Tuesday mornings. After being rear ended, a driver of a Smart Car going North on Coldwater Canyon bumped into a student owned parked Toyota on Tuesday morning. The driver left minor paint transfers […]

Students get fanatic

By Cathi ChoiFanatic Fest began today on Ted Slavin field with water balloons, pie eating and tug-of-war. Eight students raced to finish their pies, hands tied behind their back, to an audience of screaming students decked out in red, white and black. To the side of the field, students dunked science teacher Christopher Dartt, upper […]

New lights complicate practice schedules

By A.J. Calabrese In an effort to maximize the practice time for all athletic teams, this coming year there will be the first evening practices ever held on Ted Slavin Field. Due to the extended stay on campus for student athletes attending evening practices, a mandatory study hall will be implemented. The athletes will not […]