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Director Bill Duke presents documentary ‘Dark Girls’

Tara Stone June 4, 2013

Director Bill Duke presented his documentary “Dark Girls” in Ahmanson Lecture Hall Monday, April 29. This was the film’s second showing on campus in six weeks, as Duke could not attend the first...

Phone chargers available in library

February 28, 2012

By Arielle Maxner Phone chargers are now available to be checked out in the library with student ID numbers, much like the current laptop and headphone checkout system. Chargers for multiple types of...

Robotics coding advances team to programming semifinals

November 16, 2011

By Arielle Maxner A subsection of the Robotics Club advanced to the semifinals of the Zero Robotics Synchronized Position Hold, Engage, Reorient, Experimental Satellites Challenge for coding a satellite....

Listen while you work

November 16, 2011

By Arielle Maxner Gabi Bustamante ’13, preparing to do her homework, turns on some music. The song could be anything; in one night, she’s played selections from artists like Cobra...

Photo Gallery: 80s Day

Nikta Mansouri September 26, 2011

Students dressed in neon colors, danced in the quad and drank free Jamba Juice smoothies for '80s day on Monday, Sept. 26. Photos by Eli Haims and Arielle Maxner

Photo Gallery: First Day of School

September 7, 2011

Head of School Jeanne Huybrechts introduced the theme for this year, "Make Your Mark" Sept. 6 at Convocation. Photos by Daniel Kim, Chloe Lister and Arielle Maxner

English, History classes offer few reading choices

February 10, 2010

By Michelle Nosratian Compared to other Los Angeles high schools, both public and private, Harvard-Westlake students read fewer books per year on average in their English courses. "The three hour per...

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