As a closing event to the Harvard-Westlake (HW) school year, two of the dance classes, Introduction to Contemporary Dance and Dance Production, held showcases in the dance studio. Introduction to Contemporary Dance, a course that requires little experience, is a full year elective. The class was given a whole semester to put together their dances.
Author: Mia Feizbakhsh
“Does Harvard-Westlake (HW) talk enough about Mental Health?”, this is the question a teacher from each academic department at the Middle School (MS) was asked. The context behind this question is the month of May, also known as Mental Health awareness month, and the importance of being educated in regards to the psychological issues many
It was supposed to be the most luxurious of music festivals, or at least that’s what the 5,000 people who bought tickets to Fyre Festival thought. Less than six months after the festival infamously flopped, leaving co-creator Billy McFarland in federal prison for six years on charges of $26 million fraud, Netflix has released a
We’ve all heard about it or experienced it: stress. That feeling when you have too much to do and not enough time or energy to get it all done. It isn’t uncommon, in fact, it is actually a good thing for our brain to experience stress, according to Middle school (MS) psychologist Kelly Decker. Stress
Located in the heart of Westwood Village, Gushi is a korean barbecue restaurant that satisfies the hunger of many UCLA students and locals alike. Gushi is not only a resturant, serving takeout that travels extremely well and should be the go to for fast food in the Westwood area instead of the extremely popular In-N-Out,
Meet the three freshman girls on Varsity Field Hockey Alexa Gisella “Ella” Ganocy ’22: Ella Ganocy ’22 first started playing field hockey at the end of 7th grade, and immediately enjoyed playing it. On the varsity team, Ella plays defense, but she also loves playing offensively or in the midfield. Being on varsity as a
Flames encompassed home after home in recent fires in Malibu, homeowners were forced to take only their most prized possessions as the winds got stronger and the fire spread wider. Despite a multitude of students living in the affected areas, head of the US Rick Commons announced that school would be open, a different outcome