By Mia Sakurada Staff Editor For some high school students, community service and extracurriculars are time consuming and a burden; however, many students enjoy being able to support causes they care about. It’s a constant struggle to juggle all these things at once. In the increasingly competitive world of college admissions, students have to not
By Shamilka Seneviratne Westridge Editor Over the past couple of years, social media has become a huge part of society. Today, with the presence of sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, the vast number of forums are not only used for sharing pictures or thoughts or even for getting in touch with old friends, but
The Spyglass Staff would like to wish you all a safe and peaceful holiday and a wonderful New Year! Spyglass has had great milestones this year including a 16-page paper and the introduction of a brand-new website and we could not have done it without you all. We look forward to bringing you all
In his final weeks at Westridge, drama teacher and director Tim Wright paused to share his vision for the direction of the most recent drama production, “Steel Magnolias”. Over the last several weeks across campus, students could be seen poring over scripts of the play “Steel Magnolias,” the second production of this year’s drama season.
Westridge students compete in everything from basketball, to water polo, to equestrian events. One athlete, however, has been flying under the radar as a Westridge figure skater. Carolyn Islam ’12, a competitive figure skater, has participated in the sport for the past six years. Figure skating is comprised of a series of divisions based on