Robot to predict March Madness results

Students who wish to compete against the NCAA Basketball Predictor Bot can turn in their brackets online at ESPN’s NCAA” Bracketology” site by going on and using the link to or by using the link emailed to all students by Prefect Council March 16. All submissions are due tomorrow. At break March 17, […]

Geology trip to Death Valley postponed due to rain

The second trip for all Geology and Geology Honors students has been postponed because of the rain forecasted for Friday. Instead of leaving school on the morning of Friday Feb. 28, students and teachers attending will leave on Saturday March 1 and return to Los Angeles the night of Monday March 3, which will cause them to […]

Science Bowl teams to open season

Both the Science Bowl ‘A’ and ‘B’ teams will compete in the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Science Bowl Feb. 22. The competition will be the teams’ first participation in an official competition this year. The teams have only competed in a scrimmage against North Hollywood high school Dec. 14 but have been […]

Visual arts teacher starts video series

Visual arts teacher Kevin O’Malley has started a YouTube lecture series called Classroom 2.0 as part of what he calls the free information movement. The series consists of a group of lectures given by O’Malley on a variety of topics. Currently there are three lectures on the channel, one on Flemish painting and its effects […]

Embracing new traditions

Over the past holiday breaks, I have noticed a number of changes in my regularly-observed traditions. As my older sister went off and moved to college, I was left to pick a pumpkin carving design out alone. When Thanksgiving approached, I had to pull out an extra chair for one of her college roommates who […]