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Citizens 65 and older in the Los Angeles County district are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccination as of Jan. 14. However, only 850,000 vaccine doses were delivered, when more than four million are needed.

Limited supply of COVID-19 vaccines in Los Angeles County negatively impacts seniors

Tanisha Gunby and Natalie Cosgrove February 18, 2021

Citizens 65 and older in the Los Angeles County district are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccination as of Jan. 14. However, only 850,000 vaccine doses were delivered, when more than four million...

Videos memorializing 2020 shared during Community Flex Time

Lucas Cohen-D'Arbeloff January 15, 2021

Students and faculty presented videos commemorating the end of 2020 during the school's Community Flex Time on Dec. 15. Reverend Anne Gardner began the webinar by expressing gratitude toward those who...

McCullough departs to pursue a new career

Tanisha Gunby June 5, 2020

After teaching The World and Europe II and United States History classes for the past three years, history teacher Pat McCullough will leave the school to pursue a career in instructional design and educational...

Non-binary activists Jacob Tobia and Tyler Ford engage in a conversation about gender and sexuality Nov. 6 in Taper Gym. Both speakers encourage students to overcome the stigma associated with “coming out” and transcend gender stereotypes. Credit: Crystal Baik/Chronicle

Non-binary activists discuss gender identity

Tanisha Gunby November 15, 2019

Non-binary activists Jacob Tobia and Tyler Ford discussed their experiences as gender-nonconforming individuals at the first all-school assembly of the year Nov. 6. To begin the assembly, Tobia read a...

Best overall costume winners Emery Genga ’21 and Felicity Phelan ’21, dressed as Glinda and Elphaba from “Wicked,” walk down the runway in the lounge. Credit: Ethan Lachman/Chronicle

Prefect Council coordinates Halloween festivities

Ethan Lachman November 1, 2019

Students gathered in the lounge to watch their classmates compete in the annual Halloween costume contest and ate free Cinnabons, courtesy of Prefect Council on Oct. 31. Like last year, Halloween-themed...

Alexandra Du Manoir '21 and Tabby Ayeni '21 encourage Grace Kosten '22 to join the Gender and Sexuality Awareness Club Oct. 21 during Community Service Week. Credit: Hannah Han/Chronicle

Students find purpose beyond themselves during Community Service Week

Lauren Cho November 1, 2019

Community Council held Community Service Week from Oct. 21 to Oct. 25, giving students an opportunity to engage in and learn about ways that they can benefit communities around them. The week began with...

Saddleridge Fire Leads to Evacuations, Changes in Homecoming Plans

Tanisha Gunby October 13, 2019

Following two days of uncertainty surrounding the effects of the Saddleridge fire on the air quality at the school, the administration proceeded with the Homecoming varsity football game and celebrations...

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