By Ariel Langer If you visit Westridge’s campus on the weekends you will probably find a group of students in the STEAMwork design studio cutting cardboard tubes, working with power drills, and building creations in 3D printing software. These students are members of Westridge’s Rocketry Team and they are currently preparing for the Team America
By Sophia Chen I have to say – I went in with low expectations. I’ve had amazing sushi in Little Tokyo and Little Osaka (Sawtelle Avenue in Westwood), but never in Pasadena. Not until I went to Osawa, which was a revelation. I ordered the yellowtail, scallop, halibut, red snapper, and geoduck sushi, which were
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By Amari Gaiter Solange Knowles’s A Seat at the Table serves as a 51 minutes at 43 second long testament to being black in modern America. Through beautiful and rhythmic melodies, Knowles takes the listener on a journey, conveying the dynamics of black identity and culture through her lyrics and music as a whole. As
By Jessica Hansen Westridge School is leading in their technological use when it comes to their academic programs. Lower schoolers are given YOGA laptops, as well as middle schoolers, and next year high schoolers, taking part in a program in which they have computers at school but they cannot take them home. However, even though
By Siena Giljum Hurricane Matthew devastated the southeast region of the United States, hitting Florida the hardest. Although the hurricane destroyed houses and countless businesses, health coverage and potable water allowed for a relatively quick recovery. The Caribbean islands, however, were not so well equipped to deal with the spread of disease or lack of
By Quyen Mullin Everyone knows that the lunch line in The Commons has gotten much longer since last year, and no one likes it. Many of our fellow students have come up with tactics to get around waiting in the line, such as bringing their own lunch or shifting their habits and waiting until the
By Samantha Khalsa On the typical Thursday or Friday night, one may find Westridge girls at JPL, Carnegie Observatories, PCC, Griffith Observatories or Caltech, seated amongst science hobbyists and college students at a STEM lecture. Since Upper School Physics teacher Aaron Eichelberger began awarding extra credit for attending free lectures series like JPL’s von Karman