The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

“Evermore” Album Review

Daphne Davies January 20, 2021

In a pandemic that has put  thousands into quarantine with an abundance of spare time, no musician has been more productive than Taylor Swift. Less than five months after the release of her ninth album,...

“BE” Album Review

Fallon Dern January 20, 2021

BTS’s latest album "BE" embodies the band's experiences of the year 2020, culminating their highs and lows in a self-produced, eight-track album. Though COVID-19 postponed the Korean group’s international...

“Man on the Moon III: The Chosen” Album Review

Leo Saperstein January 20, 2021

Scott “Kid Cudi” Mescudi has released the highly anticipated Man on the Moon III: The Chosen. In his first addition to the "Man on the Moon" series in 10 years, Kid Cudi dives, once again, into...

Making the Season Bright

Making the Season Bright

Caitlin Muñoz December 11, 2020

With the holidays fast approaching in the midst of a pandemic, one remnant of normalcy will be the brilliant holiday lights and decor around Los Angeles. Although the pandemic has led to the cancellation...

Repainting the Past

Caitlin Muñoz October 14, 2020

As Lena Bagley ’22 walked to her local grocery store June 14, she passed a long procession of protesters turning onto Fairfax Avenue, brandishing signs emblazoned with the phrase “All Black Lives...

Covid Creations

Covid Creations

Caitlin Muñoz August 28, 2020

   As weeks in isolation stretched to months, Skylar Liu ’21, normally a prolific painter, found herself struggling to find inspiration. Nevertheless, Liu said art has always helped her find solace,...

Feldman-Horn exhibit displays art portfolios

Caitlin Muñoz October 2, 2019

The art department kicked off an exhibition displaying the work of four Advanced Placement art students Tuesday in the Feldman-Horn Gallery. Participant Haley Levin ’20 said she saw the exhibition as...

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