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With a powerful skip shot, Drew Holland stretches for the ball as it bounced into the net. Scored! The team was practicing 6 on 5 drills, a scenario in which the defense team is down a player from an ejection, after talking to the head coach, Dejan Udovicic, and assistant coach Gavin Arroyo.
USA men’s water polo team makes a splash at Webb
Kathy Duan, Jenny Tran, and Emily Li | January 26, 2024

 Swift strokes, coordinated passing, and aggressive defense — action filled the pool.  On Wednesday, January 10th, the USA men’s...

Jay Pang (25’) and Aaron Yang (25’) wear masks while working with Armen Xue (25’) on an assignment, modeling a new era in COVID-19 control at Webb. Webb no longer requires mandatory isolation for cases without severe symptoms due to a decrease in the severity of COVID-19 seen in LA County. “This is a welcome change, especially for international boarders since they don’t need to look for somewhere to stay if they get COVID” Armen said. Webb used to enforce a five-day mandatory isolation period off-campus for students who test positive, which required students to find a place to stay in case of infection.
BREAKING NEWS: Webb updates COVID-19 management protocols
Eric Luo, Yuki Layman, and Gianna Darden | January 24, 2024
Passengers waiting for their flights, played by Kathy Duan (‘25), Catherine Shen (‘25), and Jerry Hu (‘25) are in shock as the two flights crash and become engulfed by fire. “When people realized that their flight [were] canceled, they started to get really anxious,” Zona Zhou (‘26) said. The disorder inside the airport matched the scene outside.
Chaos erupts at Haneda Airport
Kathy Duan and Catherine Shen | January 9, 2024
Webbies take the now opened passageway to lunch without having to find an alternative strenuous route. “I was excited to see this when I returned to campus,” Jordan McCray (‘24) said. “I can finally use the walkway.” As more students noticed, this magical sight evoked many similar emotions all around.
Walkway to heaven shortens circuitous route
Sydney Mildon and Berklee Antecol | January 9, 2024
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Xi Jinping, pictured left, and Joe Biden, pictured right, engage in negotiation over educational issues in front of a school. This debate represents the tension between the United States and China, which has largely affected education. “As an international student here, I need to juggle between my identity as a Chinese person and also this questionable relationship between US and China,” Joy Li (‘24) said. The fight between the two superpowers has impacted the daily lives of students.
U.S.-China tensions create educational barriers
Kathy Duan | December 16, 2023