The SPECTRUM

Volume 31

The SPECTRUM

The SPECTRUM

Wolverweek 9/19

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NEWS THIS WEEK:

  • The Student Ambassador Training Dinner is tonight!
  • Chag Sameach (Happy holidays!): It’s Rosh Hashanah on Monday, Sept. 26. We have a 3-Day Weekend!!

Athletics this week

Monday: MS Swimming vs. Marlborough – Home game!
Thursday: Girls MS Volleyball (White) vs. Campbell Hall – Home game!
Thursday: Girls MS Volleyball (Black) vs. Campbell Hall – Home game!
Thursday: Freshman Field Hockey vs. Edison High School – Home game!
Friday: Girls MS Tennis (Black) vs. Paul Revere MS – Away game!
Friday: Girls MS Tennis (Red) vs. Viewpoint – Away game!
This Weekend: MS Football (Black) vs. Viewpoint – Home game!

IT’S NATIONAL INDOOR PLANT WEEK!!!

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FUNNY FAILS (EDITION #3)

“One time I was passing my Spanish teacher in the hallway and saying ‘hi’, and I tripped right in front of them.”

“I messed up on a science project, and I was heading over to ask my teacher about it. Once I got to class, the teacher surprised us and said we all had to present. When I presented mine, it didn’t work and the teacher was talking about why it didn’t work for a full ten minutes.”

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Camryn Banafsheha
Camryn Banafsheha ’27 is a first year Spectrum reporter. She enjoys interviewing people, and she truly loves to write as a part of the journalism team. She started off writing as a hobby and loves to write formally for school. She writes the weekly Wolverweek, which gives an overview of the week’s events, athletics, and some funny fails from students. Banafsheha plans on joining the Chronicle at the upper school and to continue pursuing her passion for journalism. 
“I just love to write. It’s a great way for me to express myself, and I feel like it’s always been something I’ve been able to do.”
Tali Gurule
Tali Gurule, Editor
Tali Gurule ’27 is an editor and reporter on the Spectrum. Gurule is passionate about news reporting. “I love uncovering compelling stories and sharing them with the Harvard-Westlake community,” Gurule said. Gurule also co-writes Wolverweek, a weekly column about life at the Middle School. Gurule enjoys many leadership positions at Harvard-Westlake. In addition to being editor of the Spectrum, she is co-chair of the student ambassador program and a leader of LAHSO and JCAAC.
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