Athletic talks held

By Jay Lassiter ’20 The Athletic Department is looking to undergo changes regarding the balance between time spent on academics and time spent on athletics. The Mission in Planning Athletics Committee was founded with the purpose of finding what needs to be changed with the Athletic Department. The committee currently consists of parents, administrators and

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Girl Scouts sell cookies on campus

By Frank Jiang ’20 Recently, Girl Scout Cookies have been a craze, orders coming into girl scouts residing within our own school, Thin Mints, Samoas, and Do-Si-Dos sometimes being spotted in the cafeteria, and people seen carrying brightly colored boxes of cookies around campus. The Girl Scouts cookie foundation is a cause that helps the

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Science bowl team succeeds

By Matthew Allana ’20 Students competed in the National Science Bowl at California State University, Los Angeles, on Feb. 4, led by science teacher David Fromme. Science Bowl is a quiz-style competition with five categories: physical science, life science, general science, energy and math. Teams have four members each, and two groups, one composed of

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Cooking Column: Quick n’ Go Edition

By Sarah Reiff ’20 and Astor Wu ’20 Being a student with a busy life, it’s hard to find time to make breakfast every morning. We all would rather stay in bed for those extra 10 minutes then get up and cook a meal. For this issue, Cooking Column brings you fast and easy breakfast

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Worth The Hype: Yeezys by Kanye West

By Robert Osborne ’20 On Dec. 3, 2013, Kanye West and Adidas released a sneaker called “Yeezy.” It was named after one of West’s albums “Yeezus,” which came out months before the shoe release. He has come out with four models of the shoe and will soon expand into the sports arena with a football

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Yale a cappella group visits campus

By Giselle Dalili ’20 The Baker’s Dozen is one of Yale’s many male a cappella groups performed for the Middle School Madrigals and Vocal Ensemble on Jan. 12. The group was touring the West Coast when they sang for the Middle School during their Los Angeles stop. Although the Baker’s Dozen sang during the Madrigals’

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CAIS Music Festival takes place

By Hannah Han ’21 and Celine Park ’21 Students from seventh to twelfth grade travelled to the Viewpoint School to perform for the California Association of Independent Schools (CAIS) Music Festival on Feb. 3. Middle School Performing Arts Chair Emily Reola and Upper School Symphony conductor Mark Hilt selected a few students to attend the

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Jazz musicians hold show

By Isabel von Mende ’20 Middle School Jazz Band musicians performed in the “Winter Big Band Jazz Concert” on Feb. 3 in the Saperstein Theatre. They played a setlist of nearly 20 pieces including James Van Heusen’s “Come Fly with Me” and Karl Suessdorf’s “Moonlight in Vermont.” The band consists of wind instruments and a

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