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Head French Editor Babel 2017

This year was my first year on Babel as the Head French Editor. Last year, I worked on HW’s foreign literary magazine as simply a French editor, but this year … Continue Reading →


Playwrights’ Festival 2017

This year was the second in which I submitted a one-act play to HW’s annual Playwrights’ Festival, open to all student writers, grades 10-12. Last year, my one-act “Amigos” was … Continue Reading →


Chinese Psupp

This year I’ve become a Peer Support trainee, a position I take very seriously and of which I am exceedingly proud. I help to lead the weekly Peer Support sessions … Continue Reading →


PoP HW Club Final Sum

This year, I am proud to announce that the Pencils of Promise Harvard-Westlake Club I founded at the start of this year has raised upwards of $600 for the cause. … Continue Reading →


Yearbook Campus Spotlight Feature

The annual yearbook just came out, and I saw that I was featured on an entire page! Quite the honor, of which I was extremely excited and proud. I was … Continue Reading →

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Célébré en Français

I was recently honored with two recognitions for my advancements in French, the first being my induction into the French Honor Society at Harvard-Westlake, and the second being my acception … Continue Reading →


CDB Seminar 2016

This year’s annual IEA-sponsored CDB seminar was, if anything, a social experience. It was more focused on inter-scholar relationships being formed than anything else, and maybe that is because the … Continue Reading →


Le Grand Concours

This past Thursday, I took a national French Exam my teacher recommended I take, called Le Grand Concours. It consisted half of listening comprehension and half of reading comprehension. I … Continue Reading →


Unconventional Leadership Conference 2016

This past Saturday, I attended a recently-founded conference hosted by Harvard-Westlake titled the “UnConvention: A Conference for Emerging Leaders.” There were approximately 50 students there from several different private schools in … Continue Reading →


Recognition is Always Humbling

Several weeks ago, I received an e-mail from an 8th grader at my school named Kaitlin, who was looking to see if she could conduct an interview with me for … Continue Reading →