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Metro tunnel boring machines unveiled

Metro tunnel boring machines unveiled

| May 31, 2018 | 0 Comments

Youth was well represented at Metro’s unveiling of artwork that disclosed the winning names for the two tunnel boring machines (TBMs) that will drill the Purple Line Extension through Greater Wilshire and Miracle Mile. Third grader Lauren Park, from La Cañada, designed winning poster art that will be placed on the twin TBMs that will […]

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Local high school graduates reveal their choices for college

Local high school graduates reveal their choices for college

| May 31, 2018 | 1 Comment

Community college offers local opportunities Fairfax High School senior Lily Larsen is a fifth-generation Angeleno with deep roots in the neighborhood. So when it came time to consider colleges, she decided to stay close to home. “Larchmont has been a part of my family for decades,” Larsen proudly explains. Since the 1940s, Lily’s family, the […]

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Marlborough science teacher needs your online votes!

Marlborough science teacher needs your online votes!

| November 30, 2017 | 0 Comments

Nicole Collier wants your help to compete in the Fjällräven Polar, a 300-kilometer amateur dog-sled race across the Arctic North, from Norway into Sweden. The earth science and biology teacher at Marlborough School is competing to win the most online votes by Thurs., Dec. 14, and anyone can vote. Collier also has worked as a […]

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Diane Hawley’s business expertise is put to good use

Diane Hawley’s business expertise is put to good use

| August 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

Diane Hawley’s business acumen is being put to good use, both through Las Madrinas in support of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, where the past president has worn many hats the past 10 years, and at Marlborough. At the school, she is a trustee in her first of two terms and a parent for 12 years. […]

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Class of 2017 graduations, key speakers

Class of 2017 graduations, key speakers

| June 1, 2017 | 1 Comment

This year’s commencement speakers, poised to address and inspire the next generation, include an assistant chief of police, an executive vice president, a social justice advocate and an LAUSD board member. Asst. Chief of Police Beatrice Girmala, 1981 alumna, will address Immaculate Heart’s 107 graduates Tues., June 6. She heads the Los Angeles Police Department’s (LAPD) […]

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Local graduates reveal their choices for college

Local graduates reveal their choices for college

| June 1, 2017 | 0 Comments

Student selects Ivy League school to study politics Immaculate Heart High School senior Oona Holahan describes herself as “a mid-Wilshire kid through and through.” But this fall, she’s moving to Connecticut to attend Yale University. Holahan first studied at St. Brendan’s for elementary and middle school and then transferred to Immaculate Heart High School (IH), […]

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