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The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

The Student News Site of Harvard-Westlake School

The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

The Student News Site of Harvard-Westlake School

The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

New Leading Men

Chronicle Staff April 26, 2012

By Lara Sokoloff Both the Upper and Middle Schools will have  new heads in September, while former faculty member Rick Commons prepares to take over for Thomas C. Hudnut as President of Harvard-Westlake...

Candidate Statement: Max Rothman ’14

April 18, 2012

1. For what position are you running? I am running for Junior Prefect. 2. What makes you feel that you are qualified for the position? Please describe any leadership experiences you’ve had,...

Movie producer speaks to Video Art II

May 2, 2011

By Allison Hamburger The executive producer of the upcoming comedy “Beware the Gonzo” told the eighth period Video Art II class April 29 that the best stories come from personal experiences....

Internet radio station to launch Tuesday

April 14, 2011

By Allison Hamburger Technical difficulties on KHWS, a student-run Internet radio station, began at around 8 p.m. on Tuesday, April 19, three hours into the first night of live broadcasting. Student DJ...

No answers, no problem

May 25, 2010

by Sammy Roth Six years ago, I started a journey, not knowing where it would take me, what I would take from it, and most importantly, how it would end. I’m talking, of course, about watching "Lost."...

Vandals steal electronics from 3 cars on Coldwater

Chronicle Staff May 25, 2010

By Alice Phillips Vandals smashed in the passenger-side windows of Faith Chung’s ’10 Mercedes-Benz SUV, Tyler Greeno’s ’12 Volkswagon Passat and Michael Kagan’s ’12 Mercedes-Benz...

Environmental activist encourages ‘voluntary-simplicity’

April 29, 2009

By Hana Al-Henaid Environmental activist Ann Bradley explained the importance of voluntary-simplicity to students during break today in honor of the culmination of Earth Month. Bradley introduced herself...

Dear Will…

May 28, 2008

Dear Will, They sent me the letter you wrote this week—you know, the one you wrote to me in Choices and Challenges two years ago, with your hopes, warnings and prophecies that were forgotten a good...

On failure and expectaions

May 28, 2008

By David Alpert I never broke five minutes in the mile.  I wasn’t elected Head Prefect.  As a matter of fact, I haven’t fulfilled a single campaign promise to date.  I didn’t...

Injuries don’t keep senior from prom, graduation

June 7, 2007

By Andrew Schein Lizzie '07 intends to walk across the stage on crutches to receive her diploma at graduation June 8. A week and a half ago, just sitting up in bed made her nauseous after an attack in...

Sophomore tutors young cancer patient in math, history

March 14, 2007

By Karen Aquino An upper school student is tutoring an eighth grade student from another school who has cancer. The eighth grader’s mother called Director of Community Service Jan Stewart asking...

Wordplay

February 14, 2007

By Nuriel Moghavem QUITS. Triple letter score on the Q, double word score on top of that. “He’s my protégé,” English teacher Jordan Ethe said of Justin Yadegar ’12, who just scored...

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