Volume 31



Spring break bucket list

The four students who get the most points by the end of the two weeks will each win a $25 gift card for Annabelle’s Book Club in Studio City!
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It’s almost here! What everyone has been waiting for since Winter break came to a close, Spring break! This break, the Spectrum is offering a special opportunity to all wolverines, a Spring break bucket list. Below is a list of activities you can participate in over vacation. Each activity is accompanied by a number of points. The four students who get the most points by the end of the two weeks will each win a $25 gift card for Annabelle’s Book Club in Studio City! To earn points, you must take a photo of you and your friends or family doing each of these activities, and email them to Donna Enayati for submission! Have fun!

☐Go to the beach +2
☐Pull an all nighter +3
☐Jump in the pool with clothes on +3
☐Go to a theme park +2
☐Take a selfie with a stranger +4
☐Travel out of the country +7
☐Watch the sunset from a view +3
☐Have a sleepover +2
☐Have 2 sleepovers +5
☐Have 3 or more sleepovers + 9
☐Go to a photobooth +3
☐Go to the pier +3
☐Dye your hair +10
☐Go viral on social media (10k likes or more) +20
☐Take a hike +3
☐Go skiing +4
☐Travel out of the state +7
☐Go on a road trip +5
☐Go to a flea market or thrifting +2
☐Go to a concert +5
☐Go on a bike ride +3
☐Learn how to drive +7
☐Run or walk a 5k +3
☐Go rock climbing +3
☐Go mini golfing +3
☐Make a playlist (at least 24 hours long) +4
☐Bake a cake +4
☐Go to a fair +4
☐Camp outside overnight +3
☐Make bracelets +3

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Oona Sawyer
Oona Sawyer ’27 is a first-year reporter of the HW Spectrum. Sawyer is dedicated and passionate about journalism. “I wanted to join something where I can get involved in being able to go around school, take photos and talk to everyone to report on various activities,” Sawyer said. Before enrolling at Harvard-Westlake, Sawyer had plenty of media, journalism and yearbook experience. As the yearbook editor in the seventh and eighth grades at her previous school, she has already begun her career in media. With this interest sparked in Sawyer, she plans on taking her enthusiasm for media to the upper school.
Téa Hunnius
Téa Hunnius, Reporter
Téa Hunnius 27 is a first-year reporter for the Spectrum. She took this course as she was interested in photography and design and to prepare for the Upper School, where she hopes to participate in the yearbook or any of the magazines to help with design. “I’m very interested in photography and making layouts for the Chronicle and other newspapers,” Hunnius said. As a member of the Spectrum, Hunnius hopes to write compelling opinion pieces and articles about news teenagers can easily relate to.
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