Eyes Wide Shut: Students Suffering from Sleep Disorders

Eyes Wide Shut: Students Suffering from Sleep Disorders

When Lucas Perez ’16 finally starts to fall asleep, he hears a siren blare. Its chaotic, high pitch mingles with a shrieking wail. The sounds grows louder, and the chaos builds until it’s all he hears. A migraine develops, pulsating in his brain to the beat of his racing heart. He tries to move his […]

Long Way Home: Students who Commute (A Lot)

Long Way Home: Students who Commute (A Lot)

When Haden Modisett ’16 leaves school for the day, he has a choice between driving for an hour and 15 minutes to his family’s house in Manhattan Beach or walking 10 minutes to his apartment on Coldwater Canyon. He always chooses the 10-minute walk, the same amount of time it takes for students parking in […]

Dream walkers

By Catherine Wang   At 3 a.m. on a school day, Brian Harwitt ’11 climbs out of bed, walks into his bathroom and turns on his shower. Thump. Thump. Thump. Harwitt’s father raps on his bathroom door. The sound rouses Harwitt from his slumber and stops him from entering the shower. As he comes to […]