The SPECTRUM

Volume 31

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Sports Roundtable Broadcast: NFL

Sports Roundtable Broadcast: NFL

Juliet Suess | January 18, 2017

[vimeo 200073880 w=640 h=360] Sports Roundtable 1 from HW Spectrum on Vimeo.

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (4) looks to pass in the third quarter as the Dallas Cowboys defeat the Cleveland Browns 35-10 on Sunday, Nov. 6, 2016 in FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio. (Rodger Mallison/Fort Worth Star-Telegram/TNS)

Sports Roundtable: Issue 2

Juliet Suess | January 13, 2017

By Luke Casola '20, Gideon Hyman '20, Will Mallory '20, Neema Mansori '20 and Gautam Natarajan '20 Super Teams Not So Super? - Hyman Over the summer, NBA superstar Kevin Durant was a free agent. Many...

MS Swim teams finish at the top

MS Swim teams finish at the top

Juliet Suess | January 13, 2017

By Caroline Sturgeon '20   The middle school swim season finished on Nov. 5. The boys’ team finished in second place to Viewpoint, and the girls’ team finished first, making this their third...

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Field Hockey teams happy with season

Juliet Suess | January 13, 2017

By Eugene Choi '21 The seasons of the three upper school field hockey teams have come to an end. The varsity field hockey team’s overall record was 15-3-3. The JV squad had an overall record of 6-1-5,...

Girls Volleyball end seasons proud

Girls Volleyball end seasons proud

Juliet Suess | January 13, 2017

By Giselle Dalili   The upper school volleyball teams completed their seasons and finished with strong records. Each team worked vigorously in both practices and games to achieve their results. They...

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Boys water polo fight until end

Juliet Suess | January 13, 2017

By Viswa Douglass '21 The upper school water polo season has ended for both the varsity and JV squads. The varsity squad finished the season first in their league with a league record of 3-1 and an overall...

Cross Country trained all season

Cross Country trained all season

Juliet Suess | January 13, 2017

By Joanna Im '20 After three months of the cross country season, the Wolverines continue to thrive, driven by determination from the downfalls of last season. The girls’ varsity cross country team lost...

Toy house in the library filled with donations Credit: Caitlin Chung 20/SPECTRUM

Food and Toy drives at the Middle School

Juliet Suess | January 13, 2017

By: Caitlin Chung '20 Members of the middle school community donated toys and nonperishable food items for the annual Food and Toy Drives in November and December. The drives were set up in order to provide...

Students work on their art Credit: Casey Kim 20/SPECTRUM

Aspiring artists showcase their art

Juliet Suess | January 10, 2017

By: Rachel Brown '20 and Casey Kim '20 Visual arts students in Joe Medina’s photography and Katie Palmer’s clay and glass classes are showcasing their work in the Arlene Schnitzer Gallery in Wang...

Salmon selection Credit: Caitlin Chung 20/SPECTRUM

A healthy selection of Sweetgreens

Juliet Suess | January 10, 2017

By: Caitlin Chung Located in one of Los Angeles’s walkable dining and shopping districts, Sweetgreen sits on the corner of West 3rd Street between La Cienega and Fairfax. As a healthy American restaurant...

Tree slab food mats Credit: Madison Huggins 20/SPECTRUM

Crafting Corner: Thanksgiving Edition

Juliet Suess | January 10, 2017

By: Madison Huggins '20 and Spencer Klink '20 It is hard to believe that the once sweltering heat has finally become a cool breeze, and the signs of fall’s arrival have begun to emerge. Upon us is the...

Trumps triumph: How the election results have affected the campus

Trump’s triumph: How the election results have affected the campus

Juliet Suess | January 9, 2017

By Jeanine Kim '20 On Nov 8, election night in the United States, the nation became both united and divided within the course of 12 hours. After months of campaigning on both sides, the presidential election...

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