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Don’t parade your grades

Don’t parade your grades

Spencer Klink February 2, 2019

Students should remain civil rather than cutthroat following the release of semester grades. Harvard-Westlake is a community that thrives thanks to its academically rigorous environment. After all, our...

The Importance of Discussion

The Importance of Discussion

Chronicle Staff January 31, 2019

As our school community came together to listen to Holocaust survivor Erika Jacoby and former German Nazi Ursula Martens Jan. 16, we witnessed two women reconcile their experiences on opposite sides of...

Out of the Spotlight: Recognizing the work of maintenance, security and cafeteria staff

Out of the Spotlight: Recognizing the work of maintenance, security and cafeteria staff

Saba Nia March 21, 2018

A few months into her sophomore year, Caroline Cook ’19 knew firsthand about the importance of work done behind the scenes. Perched on the edge of her seat at a lunch table outside of Seaver, she stared...

Ignorance Isn't Bliss: Stepping into a Murky World of Gray

Ignorance Isn’t Bliss: Stepping into a Murky World of Gray

Saba Nia February 27, 2018

I am a hypocrite. I try to remain firm as I explain to the blubbering child how he has broken camp rules, but I can’t help feeling a twinge of sympathy and even a little guilt. Though the boy has clearly...

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Why my opinion matters

Saba Nia November 3, 2017

“She’s really annoying, Mom,” my 10-year-old self said. My mother swiveled her amber eyes to me. An immaculate eyebrow arched as she replied, "Who?" "Desirae*, Maman. She's spoiled and a cry baby...

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