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Students visit a historical site in Laos, where they created short films over spring break.  Credit: Astor Wu/Chronicle

Students create films, study culture in Laos

Jessa Glassman April 11, 2019

Students traveled to Laos over spring break as part of an HWGO! Digital Storytelling trip. Planned in collaboration with Peace Works Travel, the trip allowed student to experience Southeast Asian culture,...

Organization screens student-made PSAs

Ryan Albert November 21, 2017

At the sixth annual Righteous Conversation Project gifting and screening event, students showed seven public service announcements and two Holocaust survivor digital storytelling projects Nov. 8. Students...

Students to film documentaries at border

Sofia Heller October 13, 2017

Students will travel to San Diego, Tijuana and Rosarito Beach for the Crossing Borders trip to create a digital storytelling project about the border issues at the U.S.-Mexico border from Jan. 11 to 15. Students...

BACK IN ‘NAM: Justyn Chang ’18 and Christopher Park ’18 give a brief introduction to their film, “The American War.” Chang and Park were two of 16 students who traveled to Vietnam during semester break in January as part of a Digital Storytelling Adventure. Credit: Danielle Spitz/Chronicle

Students present digital stories in showcase

Caty Szeto May 27, 2016

Students from the HW Go! Vietnam trip displayed their final film and photography projects in Ahmanson Lecture Hall on May 18. In January, a group of 16 students traveled to Vietnam with Upper School...

Students to present Cuba projects in Ahmanson Lecture Hall

Jesse Nadel April 29, 2015

Students who attended the semester-break trip to Cuba will present their digital storytelling projects in Ahmanson Lecture Hall at 7 p.m. May 20. The participants will display their various media projects,...

School announces filmmaking trip to Cambodia

Sammi Handler March 18, 2015

HW! Go’s Digital Storytelling Adventure trip to Cambodia has not been officially approved by the school, but registration is open on the Friendship Tours World Travel website. Ninth to 12th grade students...

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