High Stakes: Chapter 6

By Catherine Wang Madison the Performer: Madison* was accepted to Wesleyan University through its Early Decision II application round. She was deferred to Wesleyan’s Early Decision II application round after applying Early Decision. She checked her admissions decision Monday in her dean’s office. “It was just me and her between fifth and sixth,” Madison said. […]

CIF honors girls’ athletic program

By Abbie Neufeld CIF Southern Section named the Wolverine girls’ sports program the best in Southern California with the award of the 2009-2010 Commissioners Cup. Harvard-Westlake has previously received the title twice. Harvard-Westlake finished with 18 points, six points ahead of both runners-up, Chadwick and St. Margaret’s. Points are awarded based on the number of […]

Boys' tennis defeats Crossroads

By Ben Goldstein The boys’ varsity tennis team defeated Crossroads at home Thursday afternoon 11-7. The squad has started off this season on a three game win streak, beating Brentwood and San Marino earlier this week. The Wolverines face Crespi on the road Tuesday in their first Mission League match of the season. Singles player […]

Outdoor athletics cancelled due to air quality

All outdoor athletic events were cancelled today due to unsafe air conditions. Fires across Southern California have caused the air quality to be unhealthy, Head of Athletics Audrius Barzdukas said.   “You can go out there and walk around but there will be no running on the track or swimming in the pool,” Barzdukas said. Football will still […]

3 singers place in top 5 of vocal competition

By Marni Barta Three Chamber Singers took more than half of the top five winning spots in the Southern California Vocal Association’s Vocal Solo Competition. After singing for a crowd of nearly 800 on May 6, Julian Hicks ’08 took first place, followed by Carolyn Berliner ’07 in second and Kurt Kanazawa ’07 in fourth. […]