The Harvard-Westlake Upper School dancers performed in a studio showcase presenting their ability to dance. Taking place on May 2, they performed a variety of of dance genres: tap, modern, contemporary, jazz, lyrical and so many more. The audience had a low-key environment, as some people sat in chairs and others on the studio floor.
Author: Lily Lee
I scream, you scream we all scream for ice cream! As LA locals, we know that finding the best dessert can often be difficult because of the countless number of options in this city. We’ll be helping you figure out which ice cream and frozen yogurt is the best. It took some hard work, and
Finals start two weeks before school ends this year at HW, unlike in the previous years when finals were the last few days of school. Have you been wondering what the teachers are going to do for the last two weeks of school? There will now be time to look over your finals and learn
Toni Harris became the first woman to get a full college football scholarship and now plays for the Central Methodist Eagles. While Harris had troubles finding schools that would allow her to play football, the Central Methodist Eagles offered her the opportunity to play, and her teammates embraced her as a fellow Eagle. Harris played
Books! Books! Books! With billions of books all around the world, it can be hard to decide which ones are worth the read. Several Harvard-Westlake (HW) students, including myself, with a passion for reading have recommended some of their favorite books. Happy reading! ‘Looking for Alaska” by John Green Recommended by: Grace Belgrader ’23 “A
Galentine’s Day has recently passed, but that doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate next year! The new holiday takes place on Feb. 13, the day before Valentine’s Day, and was created by the popular television show Parks and Recreation. This is a holiday to party with your besties instead of having a date night. Every year,