New members join Mock Trial

The Mock Trial captains added nine new members to this year’s team, tri-captain Alec Winshel ’16 said in an email to club members today. New inductees will participate in both the prosecution and defense side as lawyers and witnesses. Students who signed up for the Mock Trial Club tried out for the team Sept. 28-30. Each […]

Female students attend The Girls Build LA Challenge

Female students participated in The Girls Build LA Challenge by attending a forum Sept. 29. to address challenges young women face. The event premiered the film ‘He Named Me Malala,’ which depicts the story of Malala Yousafzai, a Pakastani activist for female education and female rights. In 2012, the Taliban stopped her school bus from going […]

Quarterback Marshal Cohen '16 out for the season

MRI results show that starting quarterback Marshal Cohen ’16 tore his ACL in the season opener against Loyola, Football Program Head Scot Ruggles told The Chronicle. Consequently, Cohen is out for the rest of the season. Cohen exited the rivalry game in the first quarter after being tackled. A clip of the play in which Cohen (#17 in […]

School holds Wang Hall reception

The school honored Shirley and Walter Wang (Walter Jr. ’13, Chantalle ’17, Matthew ’18) for their lead donation to fund the Wang Hall renovation at the Middle School Sept. 5. President Rick Commons, the Wangs and former President Tom Hudnut, whom the Wang family dedicated the building to, officially opened Wang Hall with a ribbon-cutting. Shirley Wang […]

Cuba film screening postponed

Student-made digital storytelling projects from the semester-break Cuba trip will screen June 8, instead of the original date of May 20, at 7 p.m. in Ahmanson Lecture Hall. The date of the screening was postponed in order to give students more time to edit their work. Visual Arts Department Head and trip chaperone Cheri Gaulke […]

Senior wins trip to Croatia for Rwanda film

Katherine Calvert ’15 won a full scholarship to a three-week summer program in Dubrovnik, Croatia with Relativity Film. The scholarship was one of the two highest awards presented at the Archer Film Festival April 29 for her film “Reweaving: Rwanda After Rape.” “Receiving any recognition for my film is incredible especially because this is the […]

Smoothie samples receive mixed reviews

Soupure, a sports health drink company, served samples of smoothies on the quad and sold smoothies in the cafeteria on May 11 to test whether the cafeteria should add them as a permanent item. The smoothies, which they call soups, are organic, preservative free, gluten free, diary free, GMO free and do not contain added […]

Students receive summer fellowships

Elly Choi ’18, Truth Cole ’16, Cami Katz ’16, Victoria Keating ’16, Ara Mahseredjian ’16, Kaira Muraoka-Robertson ’16 and Cameron Stine ’17 are the 2015 summer fellows, Jim Patterson, Director of Kutler Center and Summer Programs, said. Cole received the Junior Summer Fellowship to travel to Murano, Italy for her project, “Exploring the Dying Art […]

School experiences power outage

The Sherman Oaks area experienced a power outage yesterday that affected Seaver, Rugby, Munger and Mudd Library, plant manager Dave Mintz said. Mintz said only about two-thirds of the school relies on the Sherman Oaks power grid, so areas like Weiler Hall and the Chalmers building were not affected by the outage. “It hindered my classroom […]

Science teacher asks school to turn off lights for Earth Day

AP Environmental Science students encouraged teachers to turn off classroom lights and not use technology all day to celebrate Earth Day Wednesday. “This reinforces a purpose beyond ourselves as taking care of our Earth is a task that is much bigger than what one individual can achieve,” said upper school science teacher Florence Pi.  “We all […]

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