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In case you missed the Activities Fair...

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Georgia Goldberg, Opinion Editor, Satire Editor October 4, 2022

Speech Team: Benched debaters. Science Bowl: Guarantees admission to Santa Monica College. Environmental Club: Teaching me to recycle everything, including jokes. Venture: Boy bosses and Sophia Rascoff...

New Clubs at the Activities Fair

The Human Rights Watch Student Task Force By Eden Conner The Human Rights Watch Student Task Force (HRWSTF), founded by Nilufer Mistry Sheasby ’24, plans to raise awareness in the community about...

Prefects explain revised clubs policies

Prefects explain revised clubs policies

Tate Sheehy August 25, 2022

Prefect Council announced they will accept fewer club applications this year in an email Aug. 15. The email cited the school’s changing schedule, which includes a shortened break period, as a reason...

Idalis McZeal 23, Jane Hamilton 22 and Ava Weinrot 23 run the Best Buddies club booth, having secured a spot out of the blazing sun.

Clubs enlist new members at Activities Fair

Lucas Cohen-d'Arbeloff September 24, 2021

Prefect Council hosted the Activities Fair on the Ted Slavin Field on Wednesday, allowing students to explore the variety of clubs and student interest groups offered this year and speak to the leaders...

Junior creates humor magazine club

Natalie Cosgrove November 1, 2020

The Elbow, a humor magazine publication, is organized by Oliver Green '22. The club’s goal is to model after comedic magazines like the Harvard Lampoon, McSweeney’s, The Onion and the Yale Record....

Students bond over reality show in Survivor Club

Natalie Cosgrove November 1, 2020

The Survivor Club, organized by Matthew Lee '21, Lucas Grad '21, Ryan Prybil '21, Matthew Paul '21, Chronicle Digital Managing Editor Kyle Reims '21 and Chronicle Print Managing Editor Jaidev Pant '21,...

Junior students organize Model Congress discussion club

Natalie Cosgrove October 29, 2020

Model Congress is a place to discuss national affair issues. The club gives students a chance to learn more about the government and processes of Congress over Zoom. Model Congress is organized by Daniel...

History Bowl club prepares for national competition

Konnie Duan October 29, 2020

Participants of the History Bowl club prepare for the National History Bowl, a buzzer-based history quiz competition for teams of up to six students, in their weekly meetings on Mondays. Questions in...

Students learn about the universe in Space Exploration Club

Will Sherwood October 24, 2020

The Space Exploration Club, organized by Ethan Rose '22, plans to focus on a variety of space disciplines in a time when SpaceX has risen to fame and American space missions have become more frequent. . The...

Movie club unites cinema enthusiasts

Will Sherwood October 24, 2020

Run by Aiden Schiller '22 and Hannah Yanover '22, the HW Movie Club plans to spend its time watching a variety of movies from an assortment of genres. The two leaders hope to unite cinema lovers throughout...

Club members mentor underprivileged students in Leaders United for Change

Konnie Duan October 22, 2020

Members of Leaders United for Change, led by Lyon Chung ’21, mentor underprivileged students to overcome financial and racial inequalities they may face. Mentors teach various subjects, such as mathematics,...

Students discuss politics in new club

Lucas Cohen D'Arbeloff October 22, 2020

The Political Discussion Club serves as a space for students to discuss current and recent events on Friday afternoons. Co-Leader Josie Jun '21 said that several topics they covered in the club included...

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