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The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

The Student News Site of Harvard-Westlake School

The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

Alumna’s film chosen as a finalist in film festival

Khyra Stiner November 16, 2018

A short film written by Nicole Bahar ’18 was selected as a finalist for the People’s Choice Award in the MY HERO International Film Festival. The film, Āmrikā, follows an Iranian-American teen girl...

Field hockey continues to dominate in 14-0 season

Lucas Gelfond October 16, 2017

Field hockey beat Glendora 2-0, marking their 14th win and 13th shutout of their undefeated season. Both scores were scored by Nicole Bahar '18 off of assists from team captain Alyse Tran '18. This is...

Field hockey squad continues undefeated season

Lucas Gelfond September 19, 2017

The field hockey team beat Huntington Beach today 1-0, to continue its undefeated season. The team is 6-0 and yet to be scored upon. While the team has won every game, this game tied for its narrowest...

Nicole Bahar 18 smiles while wearing a hijab as part of a social experiment to gauge students reactions to her dress. Credit: Josie Abugov/Chronicle

Junior conducts social experiment on campus

Josie Abugov March 29, 2017

With butterflies in her stomach, Nicole Bahar ’18 paused for a moment before stepping out of her car in the junior lot last Monday. Although the week ahead was a typical one, filled with tests, quizzes...

During winter break, Nicole Bahar ’18 visited a school in the village of Shemshak, Iran, where she taught English to elementary school students. Bahar has been working with Iranian kids since ninth grade when she held a shoe drive for students in Khorasan. 
Credit: Printed with permission of Nicole Bahar

Junior aids Iranian students after visiting local school

Emory Kim January 12, 2017

Inspired by her heritage and travels to Iran, Nicole Bahar ’18 will host a bake sale Jan. 23 to raise money for an elementary school in the Middle Eastern country. During winter break, Bahar traveled...

Jake Neuman 18 reviews the results of the election after Donald Trump was named the next President. Credit: Danielle Spitz/Chronicle

Students react with shock, confusion to election

Danielle Spitz November 9, 2016

Confusion, shock and disbelief are some of the words students are using to describe their reactions to the presidential election on Nov. 8. After Donald Trump became the president-elect Tuesday night,...

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