The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

Appreciate the unexpected

Eojin Choi May 31, 2014

During a layover in Hong Kong for a flight from India to Korea one summer, I settled down at a café with a book. After a couple of hours, I checked my ticket. The flight left at 3:45, and it was 4:30....

Supplementing food

Noa Yadidi April 29, 2014

Ever since she was four, Kennedy Green ’14 has taken vitamins regularly, starting with vitamin gummy bears and later switching to multivitamins. When her father told her to drink more milk because she...

#NewKidsOnTheBlock

Eojin Choi August 27, 2013

11 sophomores and a junior are new to the student body this year.

Escaping my comfort zone

Eojin Choi August 27, 2013

One of my goals in life is to step on the soil of every single country in the world. Not quite realistic, I know, but I like the sound of it. This summer, I added Mongolia to my short list of countries...

Mazelle Etessami: Haiti

Eojin Choi August 27, 2013

Feeling nauseous from the stench of trash and dead rats, Mazelle Etessami ’14 checked that no one could see her before quickly slipping her camera out of its bag to take some photographs. Soon after,...

Parents’ Association creates tribute book

Eojin Choi March 14, 2013

The Harvard-Westlake Parents’ Association launched a Tribute Book for President Thomas Hudnut that will benefit the Thomas C. Hudnut Scholar Endowed Fund for financial aid. The keepsake will be presented...

3 seniors document ‘Vision to Learn’ charity

Eojin Choi February 13, 2013

Three seniors photographed and filmed an eyeglasses distribution event at the Dolores Mission School in Boyle Heights Jan. 28 as part of their publicity. Vision to Learn, the nonprofit organization that...

CSUN annual show exhibits student art

Eojin Choi December 19, 2012

At the school studio, Madeline Lear ’13 clicked away as the bassist “played” a rose as if it were a guitar. After choosing from her many photographs and polishing them on Photoshop, she completed...

Students establish teen Jewish-Muslim council

Eojin Choi November 7, 2012

Blake Nosratian ’13 and David Hoffman ’13 formed the Muslim-Jewish High School Leadership Council to create  events for Muslim and Jewish teenagers to learn more about the other’s religion. “My...

Orchestra to perform at winter concert

Eojin Choi October 11, 2012

Students in Concert Strings, wind ensemble and Symphony will perform at the orchestra winter concert on Nov. 9. Unlike previous years, their concerts will be held at the First Presbyterian Church in Santa...

Photo III explores rock n’ roll through art

Aaron Lyons October 10, 2012

As visual arts teacher Kevin O’Malley slowly walked through the "Who Shot Rock and Roll" photography exhibit at the Annenberg Space for Photography, one image immediately captured his attention. It...

Alumnus launches political discussion website before election

Eojin Choi October 10, 2012

Austin Sherman '12 launched his website thepoliticalparty last week after finishing new features such as the "Party," "The Soapbox," and "Challenges." These features improve communication between the website...

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