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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

ASiA members pose for photos during New Year celebration on the quad.

Year of the Tiger: ASiA on the Prowl

Emmy Zhang February 18, 2022

Lucy Kim '19, the founder of ASiA, describes the origins of the affinity group. Sitting on the floor of Seaver 112 in October 2016 , Lucy Kim ’19 looked around at the 15 students who had taken note...

Locking in on Affirmative Action: Focusing on the recent Department of Justice investigation.

Locking in on Affirmative Action: Focusing on the recent Department of Justice investigation.

Saba Nia October 4, 2018

In 1978, the Supreme Court ruled in Regents of University of California v. Bakke that using race as a part of the admission decisions was conditional but that strict racial quotas violated the 14th Amendment. In...

Lisa See spoke to the school community regarding the importance of being open to a more fluid interpretation of race and conversations about diversity. Credit: Ryan Albert/Chronicle

‘See’-ing diversity in action: Author speaks to school about cultural identity

Casey Kim October 1, 2018

The Asian Students in Action club invited New York Times Best Selling author Lisa See to speak about her family history and struggles with identity Monday. See is the first all-school assembly speaker...

Speaker educates faculty on cultural awareness

Joanna Im March 21, 2018

Sage Hill School teacher Drew Ishii presented his speech, ‘Asian-Americans and the Model Minority Myth,’ to educate faculty and staff about cultural awareness Wednesday. The school invited Ishii speak...

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