Stone-cutters accepts editor applications

The Harvard-Westlake Stone-cutters literary magazine is accepting editor applications for three editors: literary, visual and web. The applications are due on Oct. 2, and applications can be found on the website. The main duties of the editors are to find new ways to generate publicity, create and maintain the Stone-cutters website and proofread all submissions. In addition, […]

Wolverines fall in season opener

The Wolverines lost to the Loyola Cubs 34-0 Aug 28 in each team’s first game of the season. Starting Quarterback Marshal Cohen ’16 was injured during the first quarter of the game on a run play. Cohen, coming off of ACL surgery during his sophomore season will have an MRI on Monday. He was replaced by […]

Corrin '16, Florent '15 named All-American, qualify for Team USA

Courtney Corrin ’16 and Alex Florent ’15 will represent Team USA at the 2015 Pan American Junior Athletic Championships thanks to record-setting performances last week at the USA Track and Field Junior National Championships in Eugene, Oregon. Corrin jumped a wind-aided 21 feet, 6.25 inches en route to winning the women’s long jump, setting a new personal […]

World Language Honors Society inducts new members

Students were inducted into the World Languages Honor Society for their achievements in studying Chinese, French, Latin and Spanish May 19 in Rugby Auditorium. Following the reception, students and parents were invited to an outdoor reception. In addition to the induction, teachers in each language named the recipient of the outstanding senior award. Xenia Viragh ’15 […]

Alumnus speaks to cinema studies classes

Max Baril ’06 spoke to two cinema studies classes Friday about the ways villains have been portrayed in superhero movies after the attacks on 9/11. Baril has a bachelors degree in Film Critical Studies from USC and a masters in Cinema Studies from NYU. Baril spoke about how villains in the modern blockbuster “DC” and […]

Cárdenas to replace Adegbile as dean

Celso Cárdenas will replace Dean Tamar Adegbile next year, Head of Upper School Audrius Barzdukas said in an email to parents today. Cárdenas was previously the Associate Director of College Counseling at Francis W. Parker School in Chicago. He will take over as dean for Adegbile’s current sophomores and juniors as well as next year’s incoming sophomores. […]

Prefect Council announces election results

Prefect Council announced the 2015-2016 prefects in an e-mail April 23. The senior prefects are Helene Miles, Jordan Strom, Shelby Weiss and Adam Yaron. The junior prefects are Lexi Block, Charlie Noxon, Matt Thomas and Cate Wolfen. Hunter Brookman and Grace Pan were elected head prefects before spring break. Yaron was elected as a male […]

Violence, assault are men's issues, activist tells assembly

Anti-sexist activist Jackson Katz encouraged students at an upper school assembly Monday to shift the rhetoric of gender violence from a women’s issue to a male issue. “Historically, people have seen sexual assault and gender violence issues as women’s issues that some good men help out with. I argue that these are men’s issues first […]

Prefect candidates discuss campaign platforms at Prefect Election Fair

Junior and senior prefect candidates displayed their campaign platforms at the first-ever Prefect Election Fair during break. Junior prefect Grace Pan said the Prefect Council is hoping to change many aspects of the prefect election process. Siddarth Kucheria, Brandon Lim, Helene Miles, Kelly Morrison, William Ruppenthal, Brendan Sanderson, Jordan Strom, Dietrich Tribull, Shelby Weiss, Nina […]

College coach takes over boys' basketball program

David Rebibo has been named boys’ basketball program head, the school announced Friday afternoon. He will also be a physical education teacher at the middle school, and will begin with the Wolverines after Spring Break. Rebibo had been an assistant Ccach with the men’s basketball team at the University of San Francisco since 2013. Prior to […]

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