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The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

The Student News Site of Harvard-Westlake School

The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

APES students host sustainable fashion sale to combat abuses of fast fashion industry

Joie Zhang February 11, 2020

In an effort to raise awareness about the environmental degradation caused by the fast fashion industry, AP Environmental Science students hosted a sustainable clothing sale with student-donated attire...

Students participate in Heal the Bay Coastal Cleanup

Celine Park October 25, 2019

Students taking AP Environmental Science traveled to Santa Monica Beach Oct. 19 to participate in a beach cleanup organized by Heal the Bay, an environmental non-profit organization. “All kinds of trash...

Photo Illustration by Kristin Kuwada

Environmental Footprints

Anthony Weinraub May 1, 2017

Last month, Governor Jerry Brown declared an end to the six-year drought that plagued California. At that point, Environmental Club leader Hannah Tuchman ’17 breathed a sign of relief. “I also think...

Guest speaker Rudy Brown talks to an AP Environmental Science class about the importance of raising trout. Printed with permission of Nadine Eisenkolb.

Speaker discusses importance of raising trout

Saba Nia March 2, 2017

Natural Resources Volunteer Program volunteer Rudy Brown spoke to AP Environmental Science students and members of the Environmental Club about the importance of participating in the Trout in the Classroom...

Nadine Eisenkolb: Science

Noa Schwartz September 1, 2015

With more than 10 years of experience in marine and environmental biology, Nadine Eisenkolb joins the Upper School as a new AP Environmental Science teacher. Eisenkolb grew up in a landlocked portion of...

APES students boat down LA River

Jessica Lee October 10, 2012

Eight AP Environmental Science students kayaked down the Los Angeles River on Sept. 23,   which was declared navigable in 2008. George Wolfe, a political activist, helped deem the river navigable after...

Cafeteria hours lead to non-stop grazing

Chronicle Staff April 27, 2010

By Catherine Wang While running between first period English and second period Physics, Allison Merz '10 conveniently passes the cafeteria. Every morning she dashes in, grabs a muffin and a chocolate...

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