Author: Amelia Scharff

ROC rocks my world

ROC, a restaurant with delicious Chinese cuisine known for its Xiaolongbao soup dumplings, impressed my taste buds. With its wide variety of options, each being just as scrumptious as the next, the dishes felt like comfort food that I often crave. The soup dumplings come in a wide variety of options and combinations that suited

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Free the Nipple

Adam Levine, The Super Bowl LIII halftime performer, took off his shirt exposing his nipples during his halftime performance. This act raised anger amongst many viewers, because Janet Jackson’s 2004 Super Bowl halftime performance caused uproar and a damaged career when she suffered from a wardrobe malfunction exposing her own nipple. During Jackson’s Super Bowl

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Deluscious Cookies and Milk win the search for the best chocolate chip cookies in Los Angeles

Chocolate chip cookies, a baked good that represents nothing but comfort and absolute deliciousness, also happens to be my favorite dessert of all time. Inspired by the countless disappointing chocolate chip cookies I’ve tried, I set out to find the top five best chocolate chip cookies in Los Angeles. 1. Deluscious Cookies and Milk I’d

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Q&A Advice Column

Dear Q&A, I have a lot of friends, but I always feel lonely. Q: Hello! I’m very sorry you feel lonely. Feeling lonely is very normal. I have experienced loneliness before, so I understand how you are feeling. It’s important you know what’s making you feel lonely. This way, you can recognize what is going

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Josh Glazer ‘96 of Riot Games speaks to aspiring video game makers

Josh Glazer ‘96, a principal engineer at Riot Games, spoke to students on Nov. 6 at break about his experiences as a former game developer and his current position. Glazer played a prominent role in the start up the popular game, League of Legends, and has visited Harvard-Westlake for the past six years to speak

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