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    Mock Trial team competes at Los Angeles County Mock Trial Competition

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    Guest Speaker Jeffrey Abrams presents at webinar combatting antisemitism

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    HWPA hosts Halloween Senior Appreciation event

  • Former team captain Jameson McMullen 19 poses for his swim team photo.

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    Remembering Jameson McMullen ’19

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The meaning of music

The meaning of music

Ryan Kim October 5, 2018

Traveling to the mountain peak town of Verbier, Switzerland requires a flight into Geneva, a changeover of two trains and boarding a teardrop-shaped gondola that shoots straight up a dizzying incline....

Photo Illustration by Sam Ko

S’more Relaxation: Students share their fun summer break experiences

Ryan Albert September 5, 2017

While some students were stressing over an internship or college prep over the summer, Blythe Berk ’19 was sitting around a campfire at the edge of a lake, making s’mores with her camp friends. “I...

Printed with the Permission of Nicole Bahar

Around the World in 14 Days: Student Experiences Over Winter Break

Danielle Kaye February 2, 2017

During winter break, many students and their families traveled abroad to perform community service or gain exposure to other cultures. Some opted to celebrate holidays such as Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa...

Printed with permission of Sahale Greenwood.

Jolly Good Fellows: 2016 Summer Fellowships

Sabrina de Brito September 7, 2016

Max Robertson: Japan By Sabrina de Brito Walking through a five-story designer clothing store in Tokyo, Max Robertson ‘17 said he was surprised to find some of the clothes in glass cases, as if the...

Photo Illustration by Eshanika Chaudhary 17

When Tourism Meets Terrorism: The Effect of Terrorist Attacks in Europe on Students and Faculty

Sophie Cohen September 6, 2016

When Rachel Madhogarhia ’17 scrolled through her Facebook feed filled with the typical stream of status updates and album posts on July 14, her Facebook check seemed routine. But then, at all once, multiple...

Graphic by Eshanika Chaudhary/Chronicle

Students with Dual Citizenship

Liz Yount April 12, 2016

When traveling to foreign countries, Gabriel Jenkinson ’16 has the choice to go through border security either as an American or Italian citizen. In approximately three months, he will also receive his...

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