Students attend International Relations conference

AP Human Geography students discussed world issues as part of an International Relations conference Nov. 17 at Whittier College. The conference was a continuation of an ongoing simulation that the class had been working on since October. Five different schools participated in the conference, representing India, Russia, Japan, China and the European Union, with Whittier […]

Breakfast of Champions: Behind Field Hockey’s Record-Breaking Dominance

Breakfast of Champions: Behind Field Hockey’s Record-Breaking Dominance

As the clock counted down in the LAFHA Championship game, the excitement of the varsity field hockey team could be felt throughout the crowd as the players stormed the field to celebrate the 2-1 win against Huntington Beach. The players walked off the field after winning a second consecutive championship knowing that they had just accomplished something unprecedented in the school’s […]

Field Hockey defeats Westlake to win league

Field Hockey defeats Westlake to win league

Field hockey shutout Westlake High School 6-0 on Senior Night to win league and finish the regular season with an undefeated 17-0 record. This is the third consecutive year that the squad has won the league title and second year in a row that the team has finished the regular season with an undefeated record. […]

D-none bound: finding value in more than just recruitment

D-none bound: finding value in more than just recruitment

Junior year: finding value in sports when you’re not the best player Junior year is demanding academically, but it also may just be the height of our social lives, too. Compound these factors with the schedules required of a sport, and obligations can feel inordinately demanding, especially for someone who is not the best on […]