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The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

The Student News Site of Harvard-Westlake School

The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

Mary Beth Tinker gives a presentation to seventh grade students about her First Amendment advocacy work.

Free speech activist Mary Beth Tinker speaks at seventh grade class meeting

Tessa Augsberger, Ava Fattahi, and Will Sheehy May 12, 2021

Free speech activist Mary Beth Tinker spoke to seventh grade students about her activism, as well as youth movements, at their class meeting Wednesday. Tinker has been speaking at schools since 2013 as...

Nearsightedness begins in teen years

November 15, 2011

By Saj Sri-Kumar and Megan Ward Up until ninth grade, Michelle Choi ’12 didn’t have trouble with her vision. However, she soon realized that she needed help. "I figured out [that I...

Alumna writes fiction novel about Sept. 11 memorial

October 21, 2011

By Lara Sokoloff In her seventh grade Westlake English class, Amy Waldman ’87 was asked to rewrite Harper Lee’s "To Kill a Mockingbird," putting all of the children in the book on...

Make a difference

May 28, 2008

By Julie Barzilay I’m getting on in my years and some of my memories are starting to fade.  Quick: who was your first-unit seventh grade P.E. coach?  That’s what I thought. But I do remember...

Scout’s Honor

Chronicle Staff December 13, 2006

By Ali Pechman When Wesley Yip ’08 tells his peers he’s still a Boy Scout, he usually gets the same response.“Seriously?” A laughing Alex Wittenberg ’08 asks Yip in...

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