The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

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Numbers Never Lie

Jaidev Pant March 4, 2020

In 2017, the football program made news by making an $8000 investment into a remote-controlled tackling dummy created by Rogers Athletic, which specializes in creating football practice equipment. The...

In it to win it: A look into the most successful athletic programs at the school

In it to win it: A look into the most successful athletic programs at the school

Keila McCabe February 21, 2019

With the sun beating down on the field, Caroline Sturgeon '20 crouched in the goal, her heart racing as her eyes focused on a quick Huntington Beach High School midfielder weaving through defenders. The...

Why I love sports

Why I love sports

Lucas Gelfond April 28, 2018

One year ago I was your average sport-hater. I had never watched a full football game other than the Super Bowl. I regularly declined invites to basketball and baseball games. I had never made a...

Cross country Tim Sharpe.  Credit: Jenny Li/Big Red

Sharpe Shooting: an inside look

Jenny Li October 18, 2017

The wooden arrow hurtled at cross-country coach Tim Sharpe’s thigh. Thirty years ago in the Michigan woods, his friend’s finger slipped while stretching out his bow, letting an arrow hurtle point blank...

Fans celebrate on the field after a victory.

Who are you?

Joe Levin February 6, 2017

I was in an Uber last fall when the driver asked me where I went to school. When I told him, his eyes lit up. “Doesn’t that Cassius Stanley kid go there? He’s insane. I’m gonna go to some...

Cam Welther '17 stands for the National Anthem before the Wolverines' Sept. 23 contest against Dominguez. (Credit: Aaron Park / Chronicle)

Take a Stand: Kaepernick Debate Comes to Ted Slavin Field

Rian Ratnavale November 16, 2016

It’s not always easy to see the flag from Ted Slavin Field. When we turn our backs from the field, put our hands over our hearts, and crane our necks so we can see the flag over the Munger Hall hedges,...

Chronicle finalist for California’s best high school paper

Jessica Spitz March 26, 2014

The Chronicle and seven members of the staff will be honored by The California Newspaper Publishers Association on May 3 at its annual Better Newspaper Awards luncheon in San Jose. The newspaper will be...

Winter 2013

Jensen Pak January 13, 2014

Publications students to attend Boston conference

Sacha Lin November 13, 2013

A total of 42 students from Chronicle, Vox Populi and Spectrum will attend the fall convention of the National Scholastic Press Association and Journalism Education Association Nov. 14-17 in Boston. It...

Homecoming 2013

David Gisser October 4, 2013

Publications win national journalism awards

Kelly Loeb September 25, 2013

Big Red, Chronicle, Spectrum and Vox Populi all recently won awards from the Columbia Scholastic Press Asscoiation, the National Scholastic Press Association and Quill and Scroll. Vox Populi won two Gold...

The bus ride of a lifetime

Michael Aronson May 29, 2013

I was such a naïve kid in seventh grade. I still don’t know what was going through my head when I accidentally hopped on a bus to Hancock Park after school when I was supposed to take the Westside 3...

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