Volume 30




One of the many rainy days we had this winter.

A True Winter: Weather in SoCal

Camryn Banafsheha, Reporter | May 23, 2023

For the first time in many years, Southern California has had a true winter. Due to consistent rain showers and windy conditions, the school body has dealt with sports cancellations and flash flood warnings,...

Sleeplessness in School

Sleeplessness in School

Tali Gurule, Writer | May 23, 2023

Along with her commute and running errands, Lydia Gugsa ’26 must finish a great deal of homework each night. Gugsa said her obligations after school allow for little time to sleep, which impacts her...

Students at Munger Library table

The Munger Library: More Than a Study Space

Sarah Anschell and Kayla Graff | March 21, 2023

The Munger Library is not only an incredible resource for literature and knowledge, but also the most popular location for students to spend their free periods on campus. Why do students spend so much...

Illustration by Annabelle Cheung 26

Winter Season: Burnout or Buzz?

Isleen Lee, Reporter | January 4, 2023

Advice by Isleen Lee ’26 As students approach winter break, students also near finals, end-of-unit tests, and countless assignments. It is the most stressful part of the school year and it is not...

Time Flies: Flashback to Foyer Flyer

Camryn Banafsheha, Reporter | January 4, 2023

Over the past few decades, print journalism has been reworked on a global scale and Harvard-Westlake has witnessed it firsthand. The Foyer Flyer began in the late 1960s. Harvard middle school students...

Clubs: Week in Review

Clubs: Week in Review

Staff | November 7, 2022

Click on the day of the week and club description below to find out more about each club.

Homecoming fans fill the stands on Saturday, Oct. 1.

Homecoming beyond the game

Caroline Cosgrove, Reporter | October 3, 2022
Homecoming 2022 features food, games, rides beyond athletic events
SLIDE this way

SLIDE this way

Ellika LeSage and Lyla Kavanagh | September 29, 2022

Student Leaders for Inclusion Diversity and Equity (SLIDE) leadership held its annual training for affinity group leaders of a combined 22 affinity groups from both the middle and upper school Sept. 10. “It...

teacher in class

Summer Programs: The Good, The Bad, The Origin

Amber Zhang and Summer Staff | July 12, 2022

By students in Intro to Print Journalism, edited by Amber Zhang ’25 (HW) During the year, Harvard-Westlake (HW) students are scurrying to their lockers to get their necessities for their next class,...

First Person: My Experience at Debate Nationals

Joanna Xia, Summer Staff | July 12, 2022

On one bright Saturday morning, a team of Luke Rascoff ’27, Margaux Schlumberger ’27, Julia Thomas ’27, and team Noah Koo ’27, Kaison Maruyama ’27 and I were preparing for the day ahead of us,...

Issue 4 of Corollary comes out this July!

Rose Q&A: English teacher, comic book writer extraordinaire

Everett Lakey, Writer | June 4, 2022

“In a galaxy filled with twin moons, twin suns and twin planets, everything comes in twos. Even the people. And if your twin dies … so do you. This is the way it’s always been.”  Four years...

Ninth-grader Sarah Parmet is the recipient  of both the Humanitas Award and the Tamkin Award

Community Service Awards Announced

Hannah Shahidi, Reporter | May 29, 2022

On May 23, recipients of the Humanitas award, Tamkin award, and the inaugural Julia Siegler Memorial award were recognized during an all-school assembly. All three awards are awarded to students who went...

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