We’re baaaacckkkk… but this time, we haven’t a bit of advice to share. Instead, enjoy a recap of what’s gone on in students’ lives! @grace_thrower look at ryan in the back #foryou imnotawhoreimagemini ♬ original sound – laurieelle @grace_throw (’23) and friends simply v i b e Animation shown in Latin classes steals students’ hearts!
Welcome to Spectrum’s 2020 Election Watch! Check in for regular updates on caucuses, primaries, and events leading up to the presidential election in November. Keeping up with elections can be difficult (especially during the busy 3rd semester!) but Spectrum is simplifying the web of results, predictions and stories related to the election so you can
For many people, a new year represents a time for new beginnings. It’s a time when everyone can start fresh, achieve new goals, and get rid of bad habits. New Year’s resolutions give us the chance to make the changes we all desire so that we can improve our lives through better behavior. Resolutions can
Now that the 2010s have come to a close, our eyes are on the decade ahead. Here are some trends that we think will be prominent in the 20s. Trends for the (new) 20’s! Ok, boomer : The Generational War One common theme that will start to become even more prominent in the 20s is
The Harvard Westlake choral concert was a wonderful way to enter into winter break and a good ending to the stressful few weeks beforehand. The different choral groups performed a teaser in front of the whole school during assembly which was a good way to get students interested into going to see the concert. The
In the past decade, ramen restaurants in Los Angeles have become much more prominent. While there are many options to choose from, one ramen restaurant that receives constant hype is Tatsu. Famed for their al dente noodles and flavorful broth, Tatsu attracts many Los Angeles celebrities and anyone looking for a popular place to eat.
“Knives Out” is a thrilling mystery film filled with deception, compelling characters, and intriguing motives. The story centers around the Thromby family, a wealthy East Coast family that garnered its fortune through writing. Harlam Thromby, the head of the family, was a successful crime novelist and started his own publishing company. Although the family comes
While scanning the syllabi for their new courses on the first day of school, Harvard-Westlake (HW) Middle School students learned of a new assessment postponement rule. Students can now postpone one assessment in each class per semester. This amounts to five assessments postponed per semester – one for each academic class. This rule is a
My Recommendations: 1. “Meet Cute” by Jennifer L. Armentrout, Dhonielle Clayton, Katie Cotugno, Jocelyn Davies, Nina LaCour, Emery Lord, Katharine McGee, and Kass Morgan A collection of cute fiction short stories about how different characters met someone they end up loving. This book lets you see through many different characters’ lenses, so you can feel
With the upcoming presidential election off to a dramatic start, many students are tuning in. “It’s going to be very interesting seeing the race play out and finding out who the candidates are. I think democrats are focusing on who they think could beat Trump a little too much, as most all of the democratic