Volume 31



Wolverweek 10/17


We hope you had fun on retreat!!!


This Friday at break is the first Department Family Feud in the Saperstein Theater!!!
The end of the first quarter is coming up!!


Monday: Girls MS Volleyball (Gold) vs Campbell Hall
Monday: Girls MS Tennis (Black) vs Brentwood
Monday: MS Swimming vs Buckley
Monday: Girls MS Volleyball (Red) vs Campbell Hall
Tuesday: 9th Grade Field Hockey vs Bonita
Wednesday: Girls MS Tennis (Red) vs Immaculate Heart
Wednesday: MS Cross Country Meet
Thursday: Girls MS Volleyball (Gray) vs Culver City MS
Thursday: Girls MS Volleyball (Gold) vs Girls MS Volleyball (White)
Thursday: Girls MS Volleyball (Black) vs Culver City MS
Thursday: 9th Grade Field Hockey vs Edison High School
Friday: Girls MS Volleyball (White) vs Paul Revere
Friday: Girls MS Tennis (Black) vs Marlborough
Friday: Girls MS Tennis (Red) vs Brentwood
Friday Girls MS Volleyball (Red) vs Paul Revere
Saturday: MS Football (Black) vs Rio Hondo
Sunday: MS Fencing Tournament

It’s National Pasta Week!!


“During the clubs fair, my button popped off my jeans and I had to cover it as I ran to the bookstore to get sweatpants.”

“It was my birthday and my friends put balloons on my locker. One accidentally popped, and then a teacher came and made us throw them out.”


“I dream of a better tomorrow, where chickens can cross the road and not be questioned about their motives.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson

“If each day is a gift, I would like to know where I can return Mondays.”
John Wagner

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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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