This weekend, the debate team will travel to Stanford University for the 30th annual Stanford Invitational Speech and Debate Tournament.
This year’s tournament challenge, FIRST STRONGHOLD, is medieval-themed and will require players to design and build a working robotic prototype.
During their fifth annual Hanukkah party, Tikkun Olam members spun their dreidels and recounted the age old story of the Maccabees.
The NOH8 club, an activism club promoting acceptance and education about gender inequality, eating disorders, LGBT rights, suicide prevention and anti-bullying, hosted a “bake and button sale” Tuesday, Dec. 2 along the canal to fundraise for the UNiTE to End Violence against Women campaign.
After over two years of planning, the Chess Club had its first session Tuesday, Nov. 10. The students were coached by Mr. Gildardo Garcia, who won the 1998 World Open chess tournament in Philadelphia and was awarded the title of Grandmaster by the World Chess Federation.