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The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

The Student News Site of Harvard-Westlake School

The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

The Student News Site of Harvard-Westlake School

The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

Smoke produced by several wildfires on the Pacific Coast casts a shadow around the sun in Los Angeles. The fires, most of which started burning in late August, are record-breaking, as they killed over 30 people and burned millions of acres from Oregon to Southern California. Credit: Konnie Duan/Chronicle

Wildfires along the Pacific Coast produce poor air quality, evacuations in Los Angeles

Tessa Augsberger October 14, 2020

Audrey Perkins ’23 watched as a plume of smoke rose out of the Bobcat Fire while at a friend’s house in Pasadena. Before long, a layer of gray smoke blanketed the sky, obscuring the Californian sunshine...

Fires disrupt commutes, athletic events

November 6, 2007

By Andrew Lee The raging California wildfires forced faculty and students to evacuate their homes, complicated commutes to school and interfered with athletic events two weeks ago.  The school, government...

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