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Click Here for April/May Editor’s Note…

Jacqueline Y. April 10, 2021

  Alas, the end of the year is approaching us. It honestly feels like I was starting my senior year just yesterday. Online school has definitely flown by faster than in person—that’s for sure. As...

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Jacqueline Y. February 9, 2021

While some might think Thanksgiving or Christmas — the usual year-end holiday season — is over, I believe that the month of February is filled with celebrations. Black History Month, Lunar New Year,...

Best Quarantine Take Out Restaurants

Best Quarantine Take Out Restaurants

Sophia H., Managing Editor January 28, 2021
For anyone who is feeling tired of meal prepping and wants to support businesses around the Los Angeles area, here are a list of favorite take out places for each of your hankerings.

Click Here for January Editor’s Note…

Jacqueline Y. January 15, 2021

With 2021 officially here, I’d like to welcome everyone to a happy back to school! Winter Break felt like a blur. Personally, I spent my two weeks binge-watching The Queen’s Gambit on Netflix, baking...

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Jacqueline Y. December 16, 2020

As winter break approaches and the weather starts to get colder, Spyglass continues to report on current events. This year, the season looks a bit different. Many families — including mine —  will...

One of my favorite thrifting spots, Goodwill.

Opinion: A Guide to Covid-19 Thrifting

Eliza W. November 9, 2020

Do you ever have that I-wish-I-could-get-more-clothes-but-I-have-far-more-important-things-to-spend-my-money-on feeling? I mean, a black T-shirt for $59.99? Really, Urban Outfitters?  What if there...

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Jacqueline Y. November 6, 2020

It is the first quarter of the school year, and as everyone is preparing for the holidays, Spyglass is gearing up to publish more and more articles. This month is full of events, ranging from Thanksgiving...

Opinion: My Ten Favorite Quarantine Reads

Eliza W. November 3, 2020

Over the summer, in the repetitive boredom of quarantine, I reignited a passion for one of my favorite elementary school hobbies: reading. Like many students, as the school workload and extracurriculars...

Sarah Simon with Butter!

Westridge Welcomes Sarah Simon

Lauren C. October 12, 2020

When I first spoke with Sarah Simon, the new Human Development Coordinator, I was surprised by the amount of energy she expressed. She used excited gestures, and her eyes lit up whenever I asked a question....

Finding Connection Through the Mundane: My Covid Summer

Ilena M. October 12, 2020

Late in the afternoon on a sunny mid-August day, the temperature climbed over 90 degrees as my mom relaxed on a lounge chair in our grassy, stucco-walled backyard, enjoying an iced tea and a good book...

How to Not Gain Abs in Two Weeks

Eliza W. October 11, 2020

The craze began after having sat in my extremely cushioned chair wrapped in a blanket, despite the 90-degree weather. So far, quarantine had been an endless cycle of moving from TikTok, to Netflix, to...

History on the Walls: A Summer Quarantine Project

History on the Walls: A Summer Quarantine Project

Daria H., Staff Writer October 11, 2020

When my dad first came up with the idea to wallpaper our hallway with the front pages of the New York Times, I rolled my eyes. But then, the Summer of Covid came around. As much as I wish I could say I...

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