The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

Studio City residents vote in local, primary elections

Studio City residents vote in local, primary elections

Zoe Redlich March 3, 2020

Today, citizens will vote in the primary elections for both Democratic presidential candidates and numerous local officials, propositions and policies for their district. For the San Fernando Valley,...

Talk It Out

Talk It Out

Zoe Redlich October 2, 2019

Students have began to proactively start conversations about mental health awareness. As Britney* found herself in yet another lunchtime conversation with a peer about anxiety, she wracked her brain for...

Illustration by Evie de Rubertis

West Nile virus spreads through valley

Zoe Redlich August 28, 2019

West Nile virus (WNV), which can lead to the potentially fatal West Nile disease, has recently been discovered in four Los Angeles County communities including Reseda, Northridge, Carson and Signal Hill,...

Illustration by Sam Ko '19 and Kyra Hudson '20.

‘Tis the Season: Dating in High School

Zoe Redlich December 12, 2018

As Noah Aire ’20 scrolled through Amazon to find holiday gifts for his father, he quickly became overwhelmed by the flood of advertisements promoting gifts for significant others. After a few more minutes...

Faculty and staff engage in goat yoga for their annual health and wellness week Oct. 19. Credit: Caitlin Chung/Chronicle

‘Greatest Of All Time’: Faculty, staff participate in goat yoga

Zoe Redlich October 24, 2018

To better improve their physical and mental health, members of faculty and staff participated in goat yoga outside of Rugby as part of their annual health and wellness week Oct. 19 . According to the...

Based on a Not-So-True Story: A Reaction to High School Movies

Based on a Not-So-True Story: A Reaction to High School Movies

Zoe Redlich October 4, 2018

Michael Lehrhoff ’20 emerged from the AMC 7 after watching the high school coming-of-age film, “Love, Simon” with an empty popcorn bag and a mind full of ideas ready to be shared. However, when he...

Chenier to depart US, move to MS campus

Zoe Redlich June 1, 2018

After 11 years on the upper school campus, English teacher Paul Chenier will be returning to the middle school history department next year. When Chenier originally began working at the school in 1999,...

School to host Coro Leadership program

Zoe Redlich May 31, 2018

Students will gain leadership skills at the first Coro-Harvard-Westlake Civic Leadership Summer Program at the Upper School for three weeks beginning June 11. Coro Southern California works to build up...

Eunice Kiang '20 reads her poem that was featured in StoneCutters magazine in the lounge. Credit: Zoe Redlich/Chronicle

Stone-cutters hosts poetry reading to celebrate magazine release

Zoe Redlich May 7, 2018

Staff members of the upper school literary magazine Stone-cutters celebrated the print release with a poetry reading, display of artwork and pastries in Chalmers on Monday. “We really wanted to promote...

Communications department recognized for works

Zoe Redlich April 26, 2018

The Chronicle and HWTV received various awards from multiple national competitions in the past few months.  The Chronicle received the Silver Crown Award from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association...

Stressing students’ well-being: Survey measures stress at school, home

Zoe Redlich March 26, 2018

Upper school students participated in the Challenge Success survey conducted by the Graduate School of Education at Stanford University. The survey was part of a national study focusing on the experience...

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