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The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

The Student News Site of Harvard-Westlake School

The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

The Student News Site of Harvard-Westlake School

The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

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Packing in hyperpartisan politics

James Hess March 30, 2021

In his 2017 opening statement to Congress, Associate Justice Neil Gorsuch, a staunch Conservative appointed by former President Donald Trump, outlined the role of the Supreme Court. “If Judges were...

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In Her Honor

Sophia Musante and Quincey Dern October 14, 2020

As she walked her dog through her neighborhood with a live news broadcast playing softly from her mom’s phone, Frances Ross ’22 came to a halt. Watching as her mom frantically opened Safari and read...

This drawing depicts the armband that Mary Beth Tinker wore in the 1960s to protest the Vietnam War. The court case this created was pivotal in gaining free speech in schools.

State to promote media literacy

Saba Nia February 7, 2019

Nearly 50 years after the Supreme Court ruled in favor of a group of students’ method of free expression and a broader interpretation of the First Amendment in Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Community...

Chronicle Editor-in-Chief Sophie Haber ’19 and Digital Managing Editor Lucas Gelfond ’19 weigh in on the impact of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation Oct. 6 for their generation and the significance of gender roles.

Two staff members reflect on the Kavanaugh confirmation

Sophie Haber October 6, 2018

I’m Sophie Haber. I am lucky. Everyday, I walk through the campus gates amongst a diverse student body that respects each other for our individual passions and accomplishments. Despite the common...

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