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  • Addressing campus antisemitism


    Addressing campus antisemitism

  • Opinion

    Implement oral exams

  • From New York Magazine’s “Where Should You Send Your Nepo Baby to High School?”


    “Nepo-approved nepo-baby academy”

  • News

    Robert Hur ’91 appointed to be special counsel in Biden probe

  • News

    Scholastic’s Art and Writing Program announces 2022-2023 contest winners

  • Cinema Sundays take place in Ahmanson Lecture Hall. Participants watch films together and
discuss them with invited guests. The tradition was paused due to the passing of Performing Arts Teacher Ted Walch.


    Cinema Sundays makes its return

  • The chess tournament featured 56 students. Colin Kneafsy ’23 advanced through four rounds
and ultimately defeated Jake Wiczyk in the tournament’s final match, securing the $50 gift card grand prize.


    Prefects host Chess tournament

  • RECOGNIZING RIVER PARK’S PARTNERS: The school’s administration hosted an event for River Park’s partners to thank them for their support on Jan. 25. Attendees included the Tatviam Band of Mission Indians, Special Olympics, Angel City Sports and Friends of the LA River.

    Community News

    School holds event to thank community

  • LAs heavy rain creates mudslides

    Community News

    LA’s heavy rain creates mudslides

  • News

    Committee hopes to restructure seminars

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Icons representing some of the 16 personalities from the Myers-Briggs personality test interact with each other.

Personality on Paper

Claire Conner and Emmy Zhang January 22, 2022

Fernanda Hererra ’23 stared at the spinning wizard hat on her computer, waiting for the bright emerald crest to appear. She said that she felt confident she was a Slytherin and that she assumed the official...

Illustration by Alexa Druyanoff

Succeeding through sports psychology

Dylan Graff August 26, 2021

As youth sports grow more competitive, student-athletes are learning more about sports psychology to gain a competitive edge over their opponents. Recently, the school decided to delve into the field,...

Trigger Warning: Controversial Content

Trigger Warning: Controversial Content

Caitlin Muñoz March 26, 2021

When India Spencer ’21 clicked on a Zoom link for the Community Flex Time webinar on Jan. 14, she anticipated that the school would acknowledge a trend of depleted mental health and hoped for a sensitive...

Conflict Crisis

Julian Andreone August 27, 2020

A Letter to the Editors was written in response to this piece and published in issue two of Volume 30 in order to address factual inaccuracies. Peer Support, the largest club on campus, presents itself...

Its a Match! : Student Usage of Tinder

It’s a Match! : Student Usage of Tinder

Lauren Nehorai January 30, 2019

Noah* ’19 scrolled through his camera roll, looking carefully for the perfect profile photo. He decided on a photo with a big smile to make him look friendly, some stubble to make him look older and...

McGraw ’01 returns to teach psychology

Lucas Lee September 15, 2018

Tina McGraw ’01 will return to her alma mater as both the head of Peer Support and a psychology teacher. She will be transferring to a school setting for the first time after working in drug and...

Wagerman returns as psychology teacher

Sarah Healy September 14, 2018

Seth Wagerman returned to the Interdisciplinary Studies and Independent Research department this year to teach Introduction to Psychology, as well as continue to teach Social Psychology.  Before...

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