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  • The starting defensive lineup for the varsity football game on Sept. 22.

    In Brief

    Varsity football loses to Northview

  • Varsity boys’ basketball small forward Nicholas Khamenia ’25 dunks the ball in a game during his sophomore season.

    In Brief

    Junior to attend Gonzaga University’s Kraziness in the Kennel event

  • Printed with permission of the Didi Hirsch Suicide Prevention Center

    In Brief

    School announces participation in ‘Alive Together’ walk

  • The HW-INC Team meets once a week from 3:15-4:15 PM to work on their yearly summer program.

    In Brief

    HW Inc Seeks New Applicants

  • Junior mental health alliance leaders Dennett Stibel 25, Rachel Reiff 25, Sunny Lu 25 and Micah Parr 25 pose together.


    Student mental health alliance formed

  • Head Prefect Bari LeBari 24 poses with Head of School Laura Ross for a picture after receiving his senior class ring during the annual Senior Ceremony.


    Seniors gather for 90th annual ring ceremony

  • Administrators speak about student wellbeing at State of School Address

    Homepage News

    Administrators speak about student wellbeing at State of School Address

  • Girls volleyball wins against Marlborough

    In Brief

    Girls’ volleyball wins against Marlborough

  • A student pushes a recycling bin onto campus.


    Policy Against Pollution

  • Ian Mitchell King (center, partially obscured), registered sex offender, joined the Studio City Neighborhood Council on Aug. 16.

    Community News

    Studio City Neighborhood Council members resign

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Save Weddington poster displayed in Studio City as an effort to campaign against River Park.

Rising River Park dissent as approval approaches

William Liu, Assistant Opinion Editor September 21, 2023

Following approval by the Los Angeles City Planning Commission (CPC) on Aug. 24, final approval of the River Park project will be voted on by the Los Angeles (LA) City Council due to an appeal by community...

Van Nuys residents express concern over potential Van Nuys Airport expansion

Nathan Wang May 25, 2023

Communities in the San Fernando Valley have expressed their concern over the possibility of a Van Nuys Airport expansion, according to the Los Angeles Daily News. The Van Nuys Airport, which dedicates...

Studio City Ice Cream Shops

  McConnell's Fine Ice Cream By Sabrina Hamideh McConnell’s is the best ice cream parlor in all of Studio City. From the variety of tasty flavors to the ambiance of the shop and even...

School partners with FoLAR

Max Turetzky February 16, 2023

The school announced a partnership with educational organization Friends of the LA River (FoLAR) in light of the the River Park project Jan. 5. FoLAR will aim to use River Park to educate students across...

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...

LAs heavy rain creates mudslides

LA’s heavy rain creates mudslides

Alden Detmer February 8, 2023

Over 20 inches and eight atmospheric rivers of heavy rain across California caused mudslides throughout January, leaving Mulholland Drive between Laurel Canyon Boulevard and Coldwater Canyon Drive closed...

Road work begins on Coldwater

William Liu February 8, 2023

Williams Pipeline Contractors will begin a year of construction to replace an aging pipeline on Coldwater Canyon Drive on Feb. 13. The street will only have one lane open in each direction from Rexford...

Hannah Carbunaru 24 visits a fruit stand at the Studio City Farmers Market, masked up in front of a table of mandarins.

Studio City Farmers Market adapts to Omicron

Iona Lee January 25, 2022

As COVID-19 cases rise to almost 2.5 million cases in total due to the surge of the Omicron variant, the Studio City Farmers Market remains open while enforcing community health guidelines. The Farmers...

The new location of Tocaya Organica, a health-oriented Mexican chain restaurant, opened to customers Dec. 7. Dishes include tacos, bowls, quesadillas and burritos.

Restaurants open locations at Sportsmen’s Lodge

Davis Marks December 16, 2021

Restaurants Tocaya Modern Mexican and SUGARFISH opened near campus at The Shops at Sportmen's Lodge complex Dec. 7 and Dec. 9, respectively. To celebrate its opening day, Tocaya Modern Mexican, which...

Local restaurants accommodate to COVID-19

Davis Marks August 27, 2021

As cases of the COVID-19 delta variant increase, restaurants near the school have adjusted protocol for customers. Il Tramezzino owner RickWalken said his restaurant persevered despite the challenges...

Tai becomes first woman of color to serve as top United States Trade Negotiator

Fallon Dern April 19, 2021

Katherine Tai was confirmed as the top United States Trade Negotiator with a 98-0 Senate vote March 17. This decision makes her the first Asian American woman and first woman of color to serve this position. Tai,...

Students wearing masks pose in front of a storefront on Sawtelle Boulevard.

ASiA Club speaks with Sawtelle businesses

Charlie Seymour March 15, 2021

Asian Students in Action (ASiA) club members gathered on Sawtelle Boulevard in Japantown to spread awareness to local community members about the recent increase in Asian-targeted hate crimes. Those who...

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