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The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

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The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

Clockwise from bottom right) Felicity Phelan ’21, Ford McDill ’21, Will Lake ’21, Matthew Lee ’21, Alexandria Lange ’21 and Chronicle Editor-in-Chief Ethan Lachman ’21 eat a socially-distanced meal together and chat about their senior year experiences on the bleachers next to Ted Slavin Field on Nov. 13. 
Photo Credit: Hannah Han/Chronicle

On-campus social events suspended after 10 days due to COVID-19 surge

Hannah Han December 13, 2020

Members of the administration and Prefect Council worked in conjunction to host a series of optional on-campus social activities from Nov. 10 to Nov. 20 on weeknights. Because of rising coronavirus case...

Credit: HW Communications Department

Community Council organizes Thanksgiving drive for at-risk seniors

Will Sheehy December 13, 2020

The HW Community Council organized a toiletry drive in conjunction with the Valley InterCommunity Council (VIC) to assist at-risk seniors in the San Fernando Valley on Nov. 7 and 14. Students donated...

Searching for Solidarity

Eli Nickoll December 10, 2020

There is a social phenomenon called the “Tall Poppy Syndrome.” It's the tendency for humans to criticize high achievers, hoping to pull them down. The name originates from the farming practice of...

Mohona Ganguly ’21 receives a floral wreath from upper school dean Celso Cárdenas from inside her car. The celebration was held for seniors as a drive-thru due to the coronavirus Sept. 13.
Credit: Crystal Baik

Seniors celebrate annual ring ceremony

Tanisha Gunby September 17, 2020

In keeping up with an 87-year-old tradition, the school celebrated the seniors' last year of high school with a drive-thru ring ceremony Sept. 13. The senior ring ceremony, which started in the fall of...

A Grateful Goodbye

A Grateful Goodbye

Chronicle Staff May 31, 2019

It’s easy to read this paper and imagine a few reporters and editors in Weiler late at night writing, editing and designing the entire paper. We work in a hierarchical staff structure, and, as such,...

59 seniors to be inducted into Cum Laude Society

Saba Nia April 22, 2019

59 seniors who are in the top 20 percent of the graduating class’ grade point average will be inducted into the National Cum Laude Society on May 20. The seniors are as followed: Cum Laude Society,...

Switching Shifts: Second Semester Senior Jobs

Switching Shifts: Second Semester Senior Jobs

Lauren Nehorai March 20, 2019

Between Peer Support, managing boys’ tennis, his KHWS radio show and a heavy workload, William Newhart ’19 never had a free day during his junior year. As a senior, he pulls into his driveway at 3...

High Stakes: The Final Lap

High Stakes: The Final Lap

Kaelyn Bowers March 1, 2019

The Sporty Scientist: Mary* The time for early decision results has come and gone, and Mary ’19 couldn’t be happier about it. On Dec. 13, she was admitted to Brown University’s Program in Liberal...

Off of a pick by forward Kyle Hearlihy '19, guard Johnny Juzang '20 shoots his first of three three-point shots in a row to start the first quarter. Credit: Keila McCabe/Chronicle

Boys’ basketball wins over St. Francis on senior night

Keila McCabe January 16, 2019

Boys’ basketball won against St. Francis 68-53 on senior night. The Wolverines’ overall record improves to 15-5 and league record of 3-1. Before the game, forward Kyle Hearlihy ’19, guard Darren...

Senioritis: don’t let it catch you

Senioritis: don’t let it catch you

Lucas Gelfond December 13, 2018

Senioritis, noun. An illness afflicting second semester seniors that renders them incapable of completing their work or engaging in their classes as usual. Our school seems to have a particularly dramatic...

Students and alumni discuss the class gift

Anusha Mathur January 11, 2018

The student-alumni association held a meeting on Jan. 8 to discuss the Senior Gift campaign. Every year, the senior class decides on an item they want to pool their money towards to give back to the HW...

Girls’ tennis falls to league rival

Ben Tenzer October 17, 2017

The girls' tennis squad lost to rival Notre Dame by a score of 13-5, evening the season series. This was the second time this season the two teams matched up, the first one finding the Wolverines victorious,...

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