The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

Whooping cough threatens to spread

September 21, 2010

By Saj Sri-Kumar   As you walk down the hallway of Chalmers on your way to your math class, you might hear a student cough many times in succession. At first it appears as if it’s just...

‘Leaf Lounge’ opens in gallery

February 10, 2009

By Ester Khachatryan Artist-in-residence Kim Abeles’ environmentally-conscious art exhibit "Nature Studies" has been featured in Feldman- orn Gallery since Monday and will continue to be featured...

‘Right-brained’ student experiences ‘left-brained’ class

Chronicle Staff February 12, 2008

By Shayna Freisleben I generally classify myself as right-brained. I am not inherently mathematically or scientifically minded, and I’m more partial to humanities classes, so I walked into AP Computer...

Students double up on science

March 14, 2007

By Danielle Kolin and Lauren Rose As the class looks on, science teacher Antonio Nassar finishes a unit in AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism by scribbling a final formula across the whiteboard....

AP Economics enrollment doubles, 2 teachers added

Chronicle Staff September 4, 2006

By Lauren Rose The number of students taking AP Economics nearly doubled this year, increasing from four to six sections, and requiring two new instructors to teach the class. The difference is...

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