Category: News

Coronavirus Outbreak

Recently, more and more reports have come through stating the new ports that China has banned from travel because of the recent Coronavirus outbreak. Most speculate that the latest bans spanned from the fact that it has spread to the United States, or more specifically Washington State. However, this virus started in Wuhan, and evidently

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Issue Three

Wolverines, We hope this issue of Spectrum finds you well – in body, mind and spirit. I am writing to explain a bit about this issue of Spectrum because, well, it looks a little different. Because of the school closures due to coronavirus concerns, students did not have time to complete the layouts with the

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2020 Olympics organizers in Tokyo face new challenges as games approach

Similar to games in years past, Tokyo’s 2020 Summer Olympics will feature sports such as swimming and gymnastics. Baseball, karate, skateboarding, sport climbing and surfing will also make their debut as Olympic events this summer. Though the decade-long planning process in Tokyo has gone more smoothly than in previous games, the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak

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LAHSO’s art day and local organizations feature Latinx artists

The Latin American Hispanic Student Organization (LAHSO), a Harvard-Westlake (HW) Middle School club, organized an art event where students were given drawing materials, and visual arts teacher Flavia Zuñiga-West discussed Latinx artists. “My favorite part of art day was seeing how many people from the community came to join us,” LAHSO member Sophia Rascoff ’23

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One Sharp Film

“Knives Out” is a thrilling mystery film filled with deception, compelling characters, and intriguing motives. The story centers around the Thromby family, a wealthy East Coast family that garnered its fortune through writing. Harlam Thromby, the head of the family, was a successful crime novelist and started his own publishing company. Although the family comes

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