The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

Ending with a bang

Ellis Becker June 1, 2018

Neither of us really want to write this. Not because we don’t enjoy writing anymore, but because this article means that we need to be at school to work on it even though neither of us really need to...

Kickstarter Kids: students in the business world

Kickstarter Kids: students in the business world

Ellis Becker January 16, 2018

Standing in the Tuff warehouse in San Diego, Jonathan Damico ’18 and Cameron Schiller ’18 looked at the first prototype of the backpack that had once been just an idea they had dreamed of. As they...

Center Max Ehrlich '19 prepares to snap the ball during a game against Birmingham on Aug. 25. Credit: Pavan Tauh/Big Red

Beating the Heat: the football team’s experience with blazing temperatures

Ellis Becker October 19, 2017

With just a few minutes remaining in the second quarter of the football team’s second game of the season against Jefferson, the Wolverines led 20-6. Even in the evening, it was a scorching 90 degrees...

The cycle of lies

The cycle of lies

Ellis Becker May 31, 2017

For three years, I spent multiple Saturdays going to the Middle School, helping prospective applicants find their way during the Student Ambassador-hosted family visiting days and then lying to them. And...

Wolverines exit playoffs early in disappointing match

Ellis Becker May 5, 2017

The boys’ lacrosse team had its season abruptly ended by Oaks Christian on May 4, losing 4-3 in the second round of playoffs. The game was very evenly matched, reflected in the lack of goals throughout...

Lacrosse dominates first round of playoffs

Ellis Becker May 2, 2017

The boys’ lacrosse team got off to a great start in the first round of the US Lacrosse Southern California Playoffs, dominating Santa Monica 13-2 on May 2. The Wolverines were able to translate strong...

Wolverines regain winning form to complete league season

Ellis Becker April 29, 2017

The boys’ lacrosse team beat Chaminade 10-7 on its Senior Day, April 29, to regain its winning form and claim the 2017 Mission League Co-Championship. The match began slowly, with only a few goals in...

Lacrosse goes down to Loyola, takes first loss of season

Ellis Becker April 26, 2017

After nearly a year without losing, the boys’ lacrosse team was finally brought back to reality after losing to Loyola 13-6 on April 25. It was the matchup of the season, number one Harvard-Westlake...

Wolverines edge Oak Park in non-league win

Ellis Becker April 19, 2017

The boys' lacrosse team narrowly defeated Oak Park 11-9 on April 19 to preserve its undefeated record. With the victory, the team has moved its record to 13-0 overall for the season. Coming off of a short...

Lacrosse continues Mission League dominance

Ellis Becker April 7, 2017

The boys’ lacrosse team continued its domination of the Mission League April 7, beating St. Francis 15-1. With the win, the team remains undefeated and moves to 12-0 overall. The game itself was reflective...

Wolverines take biggest win of the season

Ellis Becker April 5, 2017

The boys’ lacrosse team picked up its biggest win of the season April 5, crushing Notre Dame 24-2 to remain undefeated, taking its record to 11-0. The team improved greatly upon its last matchup against...

Lacrosse dominates competition to stay undefeated

Ellis Becker April 4, 2017

If at first the boys’ lacrosse team didn’t succeed, it would try and try again. And try, and try, and try, and finally, succeed in beating its bitter rivals Loyola on March 26. The Wolverines lost...

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