Volume 31




Flavia Zuñiga-West 02 demonstrates how to use an artistic spatula to her students.

Opinion: A Story Not Told On Paper

Simren Bindra, Reporter | October 17, 2023

Visual Arts is a prime source of experimentation at HW. I believe it allows students to swim through emotions, encapsulate sadness, showcase the beauty of Mother Nature and so much more. My beat assignment...

Takeover of Technology

Camryn Banafsheha, Reporter | May 23, 2023

Opinion by Camryn Banafsheha ’27 Sitting in a restaurant, I began to look around - a room full of people, full of stories to share and conversations to be had - yet every single person’s head...

Worth it: Honors classes at the middle school

Worth it: Honors classes at the middle school

Kayla Graff, Reporter | February 13, 2023

Opinion by Kayla Graff ’26 Taking honors classes at the middle school can be intimidating. From math to science to language, honors classes are typically more fast-paced, have a larger workload...

Andrew Rindone plays 1st base as a runner attempts to steal a base.

Player Spotlight: Andrew Rindone

Jonah Greenfeld, Reporter | February 6, 2023

Opinion by Jonah Greenfeld ’27 Middle school Wolverine baseball player Andrew Rindone ’27  has been playing baseball for over eight years. He now plays for Legacy Baseball Group, a club baseball...

Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna on postage stamp

Kobe Bryant’s Legacy

Camryn Banafsheha, Reporter | January 27, 2023

Opinion By Camryn Banafsheha ’27 Kobe Bryant was more than a basketball player, for his intelligence went beyond the court. His wisdom continues to inspire people across the globe, three years...

The Heroes of 2022

The Heroes of 2022

Camryn Banafsheha, Reporter | January 12, 2023

Opinion by Camryn Banafsheha ’27 The Middle Eastern and North African Student Association hosted an all-school assembly to educate students about the protests on Jan. 9. Guest speakers comedian...

Recommended: Peer Mediation

Recommended: Peer Mediation

Ellika LeSage and Lyla Kavanagh | January 4, 2023

Opinion by Lyla Kavanagh ’26 & Ellika LeSage ’26 To solve problems arising between students, Harvard-Westlake created a peer mediation program to alleviate the stress of friendships. In May,...

Weighted vs. Unweighted GPA

Donna Enayati and Lyla Kavanagh | January 4, 2023

Opinion by Donna Enayati '27 and Lyla Kavanagh '26 With an increased focus on college admissions, the debate between weighted and unweighted grade point average (GPA) has become more heated than ever....

A Leaderless Movement

A Leaderless Movement

Opinion by Camryn Banafsheha '27, Donna Enayati '27, Darya Ghassemieh '27, and Ellika LeSage '26 A movement from the people for the people. Mahsa Amini, 22, died in the custody of the Iranian morality...

Check Your Watch: Midnights, The Loneliest Time

Check Your Watch: ‘Midnights’, ‘The Loneliest Time’

Camryn Banafsheha, Reporter | November 7, 2022

Opinion by Camryn Banafsheha '27 As we entered the month of October, many of our calendars were marked with launch dates for our (potentially) new favorite albums. We eagerly anticipated the instant...

We are sad to see Asher depart

Nathan Wang, Digital Editor | June 4, 2022

Zachary Green Asher left his English and Communications teaching positions after 10 cherished years at Harvard-Westlake. Asher taught English I, 7th grade English and a public speaking class at the...

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