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Introducing the Claremont Village

Vivien Xi
Exploring five signature places in the Claremont Village!

On a beautiful Sunday morning, we traveled by car down to the Claremont Village. During our trip, we stopped by five places to show Webb students what is available just three miles away from campus.  

1st stop: Claremont Farmers & Artisans Market 

Every Sunday morning, the market takes place from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Harvard Avenue between First Street & Bonita Avenue. 

2nd stop: Crème Bakery 

Every morning, breads and pastries are made by hand and sold in the shop. Make sure to stop by early because they do sell out fast. 

3rd stop: Village Grille

Ever since 1949, the Village Grille has  served pancakes and burgers in a 50s themed diner. Enjoy sitting in the vintage booths while listening to music from a jukebox. 

4th stop: Some Crust Bakery 

Also known as Claremont’s Bakery, Some Crust sells a large variety of pastries, cookies, and cakes. In addition, they have a coffee shop attached to their bakery if you want to pick up a warm espresso or iced latte. 

5th stop: 42nd Street Bagel 

The walls of this cafe are covered with musical posters, giving off a vibe that you are in the middle of a playbook. The cafe has all sorts of bagels and coffee drinks.  

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Laura Haushalter
Laura Haushalter, Public Editor
Enthusiastic, positive, determined, and athletic, Laura Haushalter (‘21) uses her passionate attitude to take on many leadership roles: captain of the VWS cross-country and swimming teams; Student Government spirit commissioner; and the Public Editor for the WCC. As the Public Editor, Laura oversees all the social media accounts for the WCC. In addition to normal Editor-in-Chief  responsibilities, she helps the WCC gain more publicity, making sure Webbies stay informed and updated about the latest articles. Laura is extremely passionate about environmental justice and climate change, which is why her favorite class she has taken at Webb is Honors Global Society and Sustainability. In her free time, you can catch Laura watching Friends or Veep, listening to AJR, Beach House, and Cardi B, or running on Thompson Creek Trail. Her goals this year are to make the WCC’s social media accounts more active, and make the most of her last year at Webb.
Vivien Xi
Vivien Xi, Chief Copy Editor
Vivien Xi (‘21) is a positive and energetic soul from Shanghai, China. This year, she has taken on the role of Chief Copy Editor for the Webb Canyon Chronicle. She is perfect for the position because she is motivated, responsible, organized, and loves helping others. Over the summer, she interned at multiple financial firms and worked at a restaurant. Vivien’s spirit animal is a bee, because they are always working diligently and socializing with others. Vivien's busy bee work ethic will serve her well working on the WCC team and in her near future, especially since she wants to study economics and media. She enjoys playing tennis, eating sushi, and hanging out with friends and family. She wishes to make a positive impact in life, big or small. Vivien has gained a confident voice from working with the Webb Canyon Chronicle. This year, she plans to use her voice and platform on the WCC to speak out about healthcare systems around the world and how COVID-19 has impacted those systems.   

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