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Pianists perform four-hand rendition of ‘Rite of Spring’

Zoe Dutton May 8, 2013

The Philosophy in Art and Science class hosted a recital of Igor Stravinsky’s “The Rite of Spring” during first period on May 3 in Rugby Auditorium. The piece was performed four-hand by professional...

Leaders of symphony tune group for perfection

February 16, 2012

By Abbie Neufeld Almost every morning, while other students attempt to rise from their previous night’s slumber to the sound of their teachers’ voices, the 55 students in the upper school...

Managing Life with Diabetes

September 21, 2010

  By Mary Rose Fissinger Halfway through first period math, in the midst of a lecture on axis symmetry and circles, Liza Wohlberg ’13 takes a short break from listening to her teacher...

Bursting with green eagerness

May 25, 2010

by Michelle Yousefzadeh I once thought that it was cool to wear a lime green boho skirt, an equally limey tank top, gold Rocketdog shoes and plastic earrings. This was my outfit for my first day of Harvard-Westlake....

Cafeteria hours lead to non-stop grazing

Chronicle Staff April 27, 2010

By Catherine Wang While running between first period English and second period Physics, Allison Merz '10 conveniently passes the cafeteria. Every morning she dashes in, grabs a muffin and a chocolate...

Nick Truer wins CIF Coastal Section title

February 22, 2010

Nick Treuer ’10 won the CIF Coastal Section title on the night of Feb. 20 in the 152 pound weight division. Treuer, who was seeded second, pinned his opponent, the first seed, in the first period...

Navigating upper school obstacle course

November 10, 2009

By Alice Phillips Every level (except for one) of every building (but one) on the upper school campus is, somehow, wheelchair accessible. Key word: somehow. Ponder the possibilities. How would you get...

Burst pipe shuts down Coldwater Canyon Ave.

Chronicle Staff December 12, 2007

By David A. Alpert and Esther Zuckerman A water main that broke before 1 a.m. Monday on the 12700 block of Mulholland Drive blocked Coldwater Canyon Avenue, causing the start of school to be pushed back...

Librarians find Silent Study more popular than ever

Chronicle Staff November 10, 2006

By Ali Pechman and Maya Spitzer  Students and librarians alike are finding that more people use  Silent Study this year than in years past.As librarian Virginia Alexander put it, “each grade...

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