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  • Junior mental health alliance leaders Dennett Stibel 25, Rachel Reiff 25, Sunny Lu 25 and Micah Parr 25 pose together.


    Student mental health alliance formed

  • Head Prefect Bari LeBari 24 poses with Head of School Laura Ross for a picture after receiving his senior class ring during the annual Senior Ceremony.


    Seniors gather for 90th annual ring ceremony

  • Administrators speak about student wellbeing at State of School Address

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    Administrators speak about student wellbeing at State of School Address

  • A student pushes a recycling bin onto campus.


    Policy Against Pollution

  • Ian Mitchell King (center, partially obscured), registered sex offender, joined the Studio City Neighborhood Council on Aug. 16.

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    Studio City Neighborhood Council members resign

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    College representatives visit campus

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    Sophomore advisory established

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    Peer Support attends retreat at Camp Ramah

  • Harvard School cadets pose with rifles during the 1923-1924 school year.


    War Games: New Marching Orders

  • Save Weddington poster displayed in Studio City as an effort to campaign against River Park.

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Kutler Center Scholar in Residence Andrea Ghez poses with EMPOWER. Ghez won the Nobel Prize in Physics for discovering a supermassive blackhole at the center of the Milky Way galaxy.

School hosts Nobel Laureate and astrophysicist Andrea Ghez

Alden Detmer and MeJo Liao March 22, 2023

The Kutler Center hosted the 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics winner Andrea Ghez (Evan ’19, Miles ’24) as the 2022-2023 Scholar in Residence March 14-16. Ghez spoke at community-wide events and visited...

Students in China Studies: Past, Present, Future listen to Rachel Lietzows presentation.

Research analyst presents to China Studies class

Alden Detmer and Alexander Dinh October 4, 2022

Research Analyst Rachel Lietzow spoke to students in the Kutler Center course China Studies: Past, Present, Future on Sep. 28. Lietzow discussed how the relationship between Hong Kong and China has impacted...

Signs posted around campus celebrate the Kutler Centers tenth anniversary.

Kutler Center Turns 10

Davis Marks September 28, 2022

The Kutler Center is celebrating its 10th anniversary this month. Founded in September 2012 and named after the late Brendan Kutler ’10, the center houses the school’s Department of Interdisciplinary...

Kimberly West-Faulcon will serve as Scholar in Residence at the Kutler Center this year.

Kimberly West-Faulcon joins Kutler Center as Scholar in Residence

Chloe Park January 24, 2022

Kimberly West-Faulcon will be joining the Kutler Center program as the new Scholar in Residence for the remainder of the 2021-2022 school year. The Kutler Center Scholar in Residence program brings noted...

Historys Imprint on Modern Chinese Culture teacher Bin He and his class wave to Dr. Yuan Liu, their docent at the National Museum of Asian Art.

Kutler Center course tours Smithsonian museum virtually

Chloe Park October 21, 2021

Students in the History’s Imprint on Modern Chinese Culture course participated in a virtual tour of the National Museum of Asian Art on Friday. Volunteer docent from the Smithsonian museum Dr. Yuan...

Members of the school community gather to hear actor Miguel Sandoval share his experiences working on the film Clear and Present Danger. This event is part of the Cinema Sundays program ran by Visual Arts, ISIR and Performing Arts Teacher Ted Walch.

Actor Miguel Sandoval speaks on “Clear and Present Danger” at first Cinema Sunday

Vasilia Yordanova September 27, 2021

The first Cinema Sunday of the 2021-2022 school year occurred virtually on Sept. 26. The event featured the 1994 film, "Clear and Present Danger," with actor Miguel Sandoval (Olivia Sandoval '06) attending...

Batiste answers a staff members question during the Zoom event.

Kutler Center Resident Stephanie Batiste speaks in press conference

Leo Saperstein and Lily Lee March 21, 2021

The 2020-2021 Kutler Center Scholar in Residence, Associate Professor in the Black Studies and English departments at the University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) Dr. Stephanie Batiste ’90, will...

Alumni speak about sustainability during Scholar in Residence event

Tessa Augsberger June 26, 2020

The Kutler Center invited 2020 Scholar in Residence Adam Werbach ’91 and environmental attorney Jake Levine ’02 to discuss sustainability strategies during a Zoom webinar Tuesday. The school originally...

School to commence WLSA Pen Pal program with two foreign schools

Ethan Lachman October 5, 2019

In an effort to foster a more understanding community, the school will partner with the World Leading Schools Association (WLSA), Westville Girl’s High School in the Republic of South Africa and Appleby...

Aloha! Representatives from the Kamehameha Schools visit campus

Zoe Redlich January 24, 2018

Representatives from the Kamehameha Schools visited the upper school campus to learn about the Kutler Center and Video Art programs on Jan. 22 and 23. The Kamehameha Schools is a private school system...

Kutler Center Scholar in Residence Josh Kun 89 speaks to Taylor Redmond 18 and Daniel Varela 18 in the Emery Room. Credit: Sofia Heller/Chronicle

Genius Grant recipient Josh Kun ’89 speaks about music’s impact

Sofia Heller March 18, 2017

Kutler Center Scholar in Residence and MacArthur Fellowship recipient Josh Kun ’89 discussed interpreting music as social change in his meetings with students and faculty this week. Kun asked students...

Students sat on the HW Works Internship Panel to offer their advice to their peers interested in seeking an internship this summer. Credit: Jenny Li/Chronicle

Peers offer advice for internships, summer opportunities

Jenny Li February 22, 2017

Students with previous internship experiences led a discussion and gave advice to students interested in summer opportunities today in the Kutler Center as a part of the HW Works internship program. Student...

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