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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

Alumni named one of 10 Women of Worth

November 7, 2010

By Vivien Mao Berni Barta ’10, co-creator of Kid Flicks, has been awarded the honor of being one of the 10 Women of Worth by L’Oreal Paris. Kid Flicks, a non-profit organization which...

Community Council opens office in lounge

November 11, 2008

By Michelle Yousefzadeh Community Council has set up its new office in the center of student activity in hopes of making community service a daily part of student life. The space was laid out in the...

White House recognizes sisters at volunteer event

October 1, 2008

By Annie Belfield Marni ’09 and Berni Barta ’10 listened to President George W. Bush’s "Remarks on Volunteering" speech at the White House Sept. 8. The Barta sisters received an invitation...

Peer Support trainees announced

May 21, 2008

The Peer Support Trainees for 2008-2009 were announced this week. The trainees are: •  Kat Arenella •  Jake Axelrad •  Berni Barta •  Jake Fernandez •  Meg Fleming...

15 to run community service

March 5, 2008

By Alexia Boyarsky Members of the Community Council, a student run committee that will run the community service program next year, were announced yesterday. The Council will take over...

Dance rehearsals underway

February 13, 2008

By Marni Barta and Emily Friedman It was Sept. 5 when the Advanced Dance II class began collaborating on the project that would take them until March to perfect. The first step was to pick a theme,...

Lewis reporting for duty

December 12, 2007

By Marni Barta Two men probed Sierra Lewis ’08 concerning her loyalty to the government of the United States. With wires and clamps measuring her sweat and heart rate, Lewis was confined to the...

‘Les Mis’ to open Friday with cast of 44

November 7, 2007

By Marni Barta In the years leading up to the French Revolution of 1832, Jean Valjean, released from prison after 19 years, vows to turn his life around.His struggle, first told in the novel by Victor...

Two students plan tool drive to aid those struggling to rebuild New Orleans

Chronicle Staff November 10, 2006

After aiding Katrina victims by reconstructing houses in New Orleans over the summer, Sarah Hoberman ’07 and Olivia Kestin ’09 plan to organize a tool drive at the Middle School to aid the people...

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