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The Student News Site of Harvard-Westlake School

The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

The Student News Site of Harvard-Westlake School

The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

US Weekly Editor-In-Chief speaks to EMPOWER

Sophia Musante March 25, 2021

The EMPOWER club invited journalist and former Editor-in-Chief of US Weekly Janice Min (Will Sheehy '22, Tate Sheehy '24) to speak about her experiences in a historically male-dominated field March 23. Club...

Evan Nichole Brown '12 spoke to a student audience on Zoom about the rigors of freelance journalism.

New York Times freelance writer speaks to Venture, BLACC members

Lily Lee and Natalie Cosgrove January 13, 2021

HW Venture hosted The New York Times freelance writer Evan Nicole Brown ’12 to speak about her journalism career Jan. 13. During the presentation, Brown explained how she launched her journalism career...

Thanking the opinion section

Thanking the opinion section

Jessa Glassman June 3, 2020

For the duration of my time as a Wolverine, the opinion section has been my home. I’ve taken refuge in its presentation of unabashed student perspectives and found solace in its inky pages filled with...

During the school's first-ever journalism festival

Industry professionals, students convene at first-ever journalism festival

Tanisha Gunby February 10, 2019

Students and advisers from schools in the Los Angeles area attended workshops co-led by industry professionals and student volunteers at the school's first-ever journalism festival, "Through the Looking...

Saba Nia February 1, 2019

Dear Almost High School Saba, Today I wrote this article like I write most of my pieces, late at night, drowsy on my lack of sleep and half-baked ideas. But whether it’s a news brief, thorough feature...

Chronicle adviser to depart

Eli Adler May 25, 2016

Upper school Communications Department Head and Chronicle adviser Melissa Wantz is leaving her position after one year. Former journalist and adviser to The Occidental Weekly at Occidental College Jim...

Journalism programs earn national distinctions

Hannah Cho October 7, 2015

Staff members of the Chronicle received nine Gold Circles from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association in six categories. The Big Red sports magazine received Gold Circles in four categories. Vivian...

Lawyer speaks to journalism class

Kitty Luo October 7, 2015

Attorney and Executive Director of the Student Press Law Center Frank Lomonte visited a sophomore journalism class Sept. 30 to advocate for student press rights and to spread awareness for issues regarding...

My rookie season in journalism

Cole Jacobson May 27, 2015

Even though it’s pretty generic for Chronicle writers to preach the idea of “trying something new” to the underclassmen in their final columns as high school students, joining “The Chronicle”...

Students, teachers to present at JSPA

Pim Otero September 25, 2013

Journalism teachers Kathleen Neumeyer and Jen Bladen and Chronicle staffers Mazelle Etessami ’14, David Gisser ’14, Jack Goldfisher ’14,  Henry Hahn ’14, Eric Loeb ’14, Jensen Pak ’14 and...

Finding my footing in her footsteps

Elana Zeltser May 29, 2013

When I was little it always took me an unnecessarily long time to get dressed in the morning. Not because I can claim to care about or understand fashion, but rather because I had to wait for my older...

Students to visit Laos over spring break

Aaron Lyons December 19, 2012

Video arts teacher Cheri Gaulke is partnering with Friendship World Tours to take students on a spring break trip to Laos. The trip labeled an “investigative journalism adventure” will last 11 days,...

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