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Chronicle Newscast #1: For the Holidays
Chronicle Newscast #1: For the Holidays
Zoe Goor, Eden Conner, and Alden Detmer December 27, 2022
Addressing campus antisemitism
Addressing campus antisemitism
Claire Conner, Print Managing Editor • February 9, 2023
Implement oral exams
Jade Harris, Assistant Opinion Editor • February 8, 2023
In response to the multiple antisemitic vandalism incidents this year, members of the Jewish Club posted signs around campus meant to spread awareness about antisemitism.
School searches for suspects after fifth antisemitic vandalism incident
Davis Marks and Natalie Cosgrove February 8, 2023

The school administration filed a police report and has increased surveillance on campus after a Nazi symbol was found poked into a bulletin in the student lounge on Jan. 23, the fifth in a series of antisemitic incidents over the past five months. The...

Robert Hur ’91 appointed to be special counsel in Biden probe
Sara Segil February 8, 2023

Robert Hur ’91 was appointed special counsel to the investigation of President Biden’s mishandling of confidential documents by Attorney...

Scholastic’s Art and Writing Program announces 2022-2023 contest winners
Jade Harris February 8, 2023

The 2022-2023 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards recognized 62 students Jan. 26.  Students were awarded either a Gold Key, Silver Key or Honorable...

Cinema Sundays take place in Ahmanson Lecture Hall. Participants watch films together and
discuss them with invited guests. The tradition was paused due to the passing of Performing Arts Teacher Ted Walch.
Cinema Sundays makes its return
MeJo Liao February 8, 2023

Cinema Sundays are returning to the school after a hiatus following the passing of their previous host, former Performing Arts Teacher Ted Walch....

The chess tournament featured 56 students. Colin Kneafsy ’23 advanced through four rounds
and ultimately defeated Jake Wiczyk in the tournament’s final match, securing the $50 gift card grand prize.
Prefects host Chess tournament
Alex Dinh February 8, 2023

Prefect Council and Chess Club partnered to host a school-wide chess tournament on the quad during the week of Jan. 17. 56 students participated...

From New York Magazine’s “Where Should You Send Your Nepo Baby to High School?”
“Nepo-approved nepo-baby academy”
Averie Perrin February 8, 2023
Ryann Castanon-Hills Expectations
Lessons in Representation
Averie Perrin February 8, 2023
RECOGNIZING RIVER PARK’S PARTNERS: The school’s administration hosted an event for River Park’s partners to thank them for their support on Jan. 25. Attendees included the Tatviam Band of Mission Indians, Special Olympics, Angel City Sports and Friends of the LA River.
School holds event to thank community
Alexander Dinh and Olivia So February 8, 2023

The school hosted an event to thank community members  for supporting the River Park project  Jan. 25. Participants spoke with the school’s faculty, administration and prefects about River Park, and President Rick Commons addressed the crowd in a speech.    Community partners at the event included ...

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Jackson Mayer February 8, 2023
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