The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

Gaulke postpones screening of Cuba multimedia projects

Danielle Kaye May 27, 2015

Student-made digital storytelling projects from the semester-break Cuba trip will screen June 8 instead of the original date of May 20 in Ahmanson Lecture Hall at 7 p.m. The date of the screening was postponed...

Cuba film screening postponed

Danielle Kaye May 19, 2015

Student-made digital storytelling projects from the semester-break Cuba trip will screen June 8, instead of the original date of May 20, at 7 p.m. in Ahmanson Lecture Hall. The date of the screening was...

Genocide survivor discusses life story

Danielle Kaye April 29, 2015

Cambodian genocide survivor Arn Chorn-Pond spoke about the power of music and shared his life story with students April 13. As a child, Chorn-Pond was forced to play music at the Khmer Rouge death camp,...

10 students scuba dive in Caribbean

Danielle Kaye April 29, 2015

Scuba diving, snorkeling and sailing highlighted the spring break Caribbean trip March 28 to April 10, chaperoned by science teachers Florence Pi and Narae Park. All 10 students on the trip became scuba...

Human Rights expert to speak to classes

Danielle Kaye March 18, 2015

Human Rights Watch Emergencies Director Peter Bouckaert will be a scholar in residence sponsored by the Kutler Center April 14, 15 and 16. He will discuss his job with journalism, AP Human Geography, French...

Water filters, quarters for clean clothes highlight Wednesday assembly

Danielle Kaye February 4, 2015

The student founder of Clean Water Ambassadors Foundation, Cole Kawana ’16, encouraged students and faculty to help provide water filters to communities worldwide that lack clean water sources at the...

Students to travel to Caribbean to scuba dive

Danielle Kaye January 14, 2015

Ten upper school students will sail and scuba dive during a trip to the Caribbean islands during spring break, chaperoned by science teacher Florence Pi. Students will become certified to scuba dive and...

Summer workshop film wins in festival

Danielle Kaye November 19, 2014

A film documenting the story of Holocaust survivor Curt Lowens, created by students in the Harvard-Westlake summer film program, placed first in the My Hero film festival student category. The film is...

Chamber Singers bond while singing at retreat

Danielle Kaye October 14, 2014

Singers honed their group performance and individual skills during the 13th annual Chamber Singers Fall Retreat at Camp Wrightwood Sept. 5-6. Performing arts teacher Rodger Guerrero, who chaperoned the...

Making global connections

Benjamin Most September 3, 2014

Upper School hosts workshop Thirty-three high school students from the United States and China honed leadership skills during the World Youth Leadership Institute held in the Kutler Center July 14-18. Intended...

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