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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

Actor to host poetry slam tonight

David Gisser February 27, 2014

The actor who is best known for playing Theo in “The Cosby Show,” Malcolm-Jamal Warner, will host the second Jazz Poetry Night on Feb. 27, where students will perform poetry and music. Warner has...

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David Gisser October 26, 2013

Computer Services replaces old Wi-Fi

David Gisser August 27, 2013

A new, faster Wi-Fi system was implemented over the summer, which Director of Computer Services Dave Ruben said will allow wireless projecting and printing. The project involved replacing all of the approximately...

Students march to remember Holocaust

David Gisser April 24, 2013

Stepping onto the grounds where 1.2 million Jewish people died, Zach Getelman ’13, Deborah Malamud ’13, Adam Gross ’13 and Laurel Wayne ’13 visited Auschwitz-Birkenau as part of the two-week March...

Cupid’s arrow is not so painful

David Gisser February 13, 2013

When we are children, on Valentine’s Day we give cards to every child in our class, even though some are clearly infected with cooties. We are taunted by students that think writing out a full sentence...

The magic behind the recording

David Gisser February 2, 2013

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FsTdSZoc64U

Jazz Band at Bridge Recording Studio

David Gisser February 2, 2013

Members of the Jazz Band played a 10 hour session in the world-class Bridge Recording Studio

Chronicle online wins 1st place in San Antonio

David Gisser November 17, 2012

Student publications scored a winning sweep in the Best of Show competitions Saturday Nov. 17 at the National Scholastic Press Association/Journalism Education Association fall convention in San Antonio. Chronicle...

Surf’s up thanks to board builder

David Gisser November 7, 2012

Colin Lynch ’14 spends many hours in his garage, cutting down large pieces of foam which will eventually be turned into surfboards. “The process of making surfboards takes a lot of time and is not...

Heart of a Soldier

David Lim September 5, 2012

Sitting in a four-seater single-propeller Cessna 182, Chief Master Sergeant Elana Stroud’s ’13 voice crackled on the radio. “Cap four-niner-niner permission to use takeoff strip four,” she said. Stroud...

Sailing with the breeze

David Gisser May 29, 2012

  By David Gisser Flying over waves on a blue lake on a breezy summer day may seem difficult to imagine, but to sailors this is a very familiar experience. Sarah Shelby ’13 discovered sailing...

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